The 2020 Indian Scout Sixty is a superb entry-level bike that provides an easy ride, which has actually been called easy-going and manageable. With a low seat and pulled back handlebar, it has a sleek yet aggressive frame, perfect for new riders looking to show off around town.
Other reviews have said that it provides a top-notch ride in a great-looking platform and that owners are overjoyed with the price. At less than $9,000, the Scout Sixty is a real steal.
The 2020 Kawasaki W800 makes the perfect wheels for those who live in the mountains or deal with other uneven terrains. This retro bike has roots that date back to the 1960s, and it’s still a big hit today.
The major difference between the classic and the café version would be the handlebar and seat, which hits fully upright on the former, while the latter has a two-tone, more sculpted saddle. With flawless fuel injection and stellar ergonomics, the W800 provides a smooth, steady ride, from the very first twist of the throttle.
MV Agusta Superveloce 800
It’s a big year for retro bikes, which is perhaps why MV Agusta chose to release their 2020, 148hp café style Superveloce 800. Although it may look like it’s designed to go around the dirt track, it is actually built for the roads.
It also costs more than any of the other bikes on the list so far – and, it’s not available everywhere. But, with a three-cylinder engine displacing 798 cc, those in the UK can get their hands on this sleek machine for around $22,000.
Triumph Street Twin
The Street Twin is hands down Triumph’s most successful product. Originally launched as the Bonneville in 1959, it still carries the spirit of the original make.
The 2020 model is a modern classic, giving off a retro feel while having all the power of today’s leading technology. One improvement that’s been made this year is the engine's durability. The best part? You can get one of these bestsellers for just $9,300.
Harley-Davidson Iron 883
The 2020 883 is a sporty bike that’s considered by Harley-Davidson as a beginner's Sportster. It’s simple, with a V-twin air-cooled engine and a signature sound that we’ve all come to expect.
Although it’s not quite as powerful as the Sportster, it’s perfect as an entry-level version, especially with a price tag of just $8,999. There have been several upgrades since the line’s launch in the late 1950s, but the quality remains the same. This bike is available at a number of different colors and packs a powerful punch that fits most budgets.