The Indian Scout is one of the most iconic, recognizable and influential motorcycles ever produced. Originally born with the 1920 model year, the Indian Scout is celebrating a 100th Anniversary this year with two new special models and a whole host of upgrades to the normal scout. All 2020 Scouts are now equipped with floating rotors, new calipers and master cylinders for improved braking performance, along with being available in a slew of new colors and with optional accessories. But it’s the more limited models that were inspired by the original scout from 1919 that are really special. The Scout 100th Anniversary model is limited to just 750 units painted in Indian Motorcycle Red with Anniversary Gold trim and colour-matched Scout 100th Anniversary badge. It’s finished with a Desert Tan Genuine Leather Solo Saddle Seat, Black Wire Wheels, Beach Bars, Luggage Rack and chrome pieces to complete the look. The other special bike is the new Scout Bobber Twenty that also pays homage to the original with unique features like wire wheels, a floating saddle and that old school mean styling. All of the new Scouts are set to hit dealerships this year starting at around $9,000 for the normal version and $16,000 for the anniversary editions.