Following on from the launch of its hotly anticipated FTR1200 and FTR1200S at Intermot last month, Indian Motorcycle has just revealed a range of new accessories, which allows riders to customise the FTR and make it their own.

Perfect for customisation, the FTR 1200 collections comprise more than 40 different parts and accessories. Here’s the breakdown of the styling packs.



The Tracker collection for the FTR 1200 is the closest to the bike’s flat-track racing roots. Essentially, it’s as close as riders will come to a street-legal FTR750 race bike. It features a shallow seat with a unique seat cowl, high-mount slip-on exhaust by Akrapovič, and side-mounted number plates.



The Rally collection draws inspiration from lonely camp sites traversed on forgotten forest roads. It comes with sturdy aluminium spoked wheels and a high-mount Akrapovič exhaust, in addition to a unique seat, mudguards, tank covers, windscreen, Rally Handlebars by ProTaper, and a high-mount license plate holder. The configuration allows the FTR 1200 to take full advantage of the bike’s 150 mm of suspension travel.



The Sport collection is a no-nonsense assembly of carbon fibre parts visually underscore the FTR 1200’s performance potential. The Sport collection kits the FTR 1200 out with a low mount slip-on exhaust by Akrapovič, a unique carbon fibre front mudguard, tank cover and seat cowl.


The Tour collection provides a heavy dose of utility, turning the FTR 1200 into a highway weapon for smashing miles on longer journeys. It comes with a water-resistant, roll-top side messenger bag, a tank bag, and a windshield.

Reid Wilson, Sr. Director for Indian Motorcycle said: “In its stock form, the FTR 1200 is a beautifully-designed flat track-inspired street bike with immense opportunity for personalisation and customisation. The new accessory lineup significantly elevates the FTR 1200 platform. Riders can completely restyle the look and feel of the bike to better represent their riding style through one of our four collections or by mixing and matching parts to create something truly one-of-a-kind.”


Of course, the kits are just Indian’s own ideas about how to create the coolest FTR1200 on the road. But there’s a range of 40 different parts and accessories to allow you to do your own thing. The complete accessory line-up and four collections will be available in dealers in spring 2019. For more information and to find your nearest dealer, visit



Ross Mowbray

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