2022 Indian FTR Rally
FRESH TRADE-IN - LIKE NEW - ONLY 933 MILES!!!
From Top Speed on-line review:
Folks, what we have here in the FTR Rally is a bona fide rally-style bike — just like it claims in its name — and it’s meant for a particular type of rider, the kind that thinks nothing of diving off the asphalt to find their very own path less traveled. Gnarly street-knobbies make the connection to terra firma on wire wheels that have long been favored by off-road riders.
Unsprung weight is kept low up front by the heavily-whacked front fender that doubles as a spoiler for the front forks for low-drag penetration and to protect the fork seals from grit and grime.
The fuel tank cover bears a classic teardrop shape in profile though the actual 3.4-gallon vessel is under the aviator-style seat, so the cover itself is simply cosmetic. The tapered faux tank meets a narrow waist and sculpted seat that rides at 32.1 inches off the deck and it comes with a lofted pillion pad and fold-up footpegs to accommodate a passenger.
The lighting is LED all around with multiple projectors in the round cyclops headlight housing, and up top, a rally-type flyscreen finishes off the visage. This model carries its ProTaper handlebar two-inches higher to make for a more relaxed seated rider’s triangle and make it easier to operate the bike from a standing position for technical off-road work.
A dark-soul Blackout treatment dominates the overall finish, and since there’s nothing in the way of useless bling or superfluous body structures to weigh the thing down it enjoys a curb weight of 529 pounds that should be easy to manage. A tubular Trellis frame on the FTR Rally provides the main structure, so naturally the engine has to pick up the slack as a stressed member to complete the assembly and help it meet it’s final rigidity requirements. This eliminates a large chunk of frame right along with its weight and bulk to simplify the skeleton in the downtube/cradle area.
Up front, the steering head sets a fairly sharp 26.3-degree rake angle that pairs with the 5.1 inches of trail to lift the Rally a little off the bottom of the scale, but not so much as to lose the eagerness in the corners and nimble nature. It just provides just a modicum of stability to keep the thing from being squirrely.
A set of 43 mm, cartridge-type inverted forks floats the front end on fixed variables and 5.9 inches of travel, the same stroke as out back, and the rear IFP shock comes with the obligatory spring-preload adjustment as the only tweak in the stems. The wire wheels come wrapped in Pirelli’s Scorpion Rally STR rubber in a 120/70-19 ahead of a 150/70-18. Those are larger wheels than the straight-up street version FTR, but that increase in diameter brings with it an increase in offroad-ability as the larger wheels are better for use on rough terrain.
The Rally rocks dual front brakes from Brembo with dual 320 mm discs and four-piston calipers to handle the bulk of the work opposite a 260 mm disc and two-pot anchor out back. ABS comes with the standard equipment package.
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