Indian FTR1200 comes equipped with a v-twin, liquid-cooled engine putting out an impressive 1,203cc. If you chose the classic model and drove it away off the showroom floor, you would pay nearly $13,500.
For $5,730 more, you can add on the rally kit — one of their customizable kits, which adds on a super-retro feel and upgraded features, including an all-weather aviator saddle and new fenders, among other things.
Honda Super Cub C125 ABS
The Super Cub C125 ABS makes a great ride for novices and experienced riders alike. It has a semi-auto, four-speed transmission, and a step-through frame that makes it easy to climb on and off of.
Honda started producing Cubs in the 1950s, so it doesn’t get very much more retro. With super ergonomics, a comfortable seat, and great mileage, this bike makes an excellent daily drive in the city. Honda is selling the 2020 model off the showroom floor at $3,649, making it one of the more affordable options on our list.
A couple of months ago, motorcycle.com ran a review of the 2020 Yamaha XSR900, and, like most other publications, ended up giving it pretty high praise.
With its classic build, it’s nice and understated on the road. And, although it isn’t explicitly retro, its simple design makes it feel timeless in 2020. Yamaha’s Chip Controlled Throttle gives precise throttle control. The price of less than $9,500 makes it an ideal buy for those looking for quality rides at affordable rates.
The 2020 Yamaha SCR950 features an attractive, versatile design inspired by the scramblers of the 1960s. Now the retro aesthetic is combined with cutting-edge modern technology in this powerful and easy-to-handle machine.
The bike includes a V-twin, air-cooled engine, that pumps out 942cc, along with comfortable ergonomics like the wide handlebar. Whether you decide to hit the streets or the trails, you’ll find the SCR950 does it all.
Yamaha fans will be happy to know that the budget-friendly Bolt is back, and the 2020 model has proven to be pretty popular this summer. It has a 60-degree V-twin engine packed with electronic fuel injection, a retro compact feel. This bike is a great option for everyone from beginners to advanced riders.
First emerging on the market in 2014 as the Star Bolt, it’s now available in two separate models: The Bolt, and the Bolt R-Spec. The latter includes a few upgrades that the original doesn’t have, and is available for just a few hundred dollars more.