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ast month Indian Motorcycle dropped the news many had been waiting for: a production version of its immensely successful FTR750 flat-track racer, the FTR 1200. And while the standard-issue FTR 1200 looks quite sharp, Indian today at the EICMA show in Milan has shown it knows what riders in this segment want, and that’s customization options. Which is why we now get the first peek at four Tracker collections, each tailored to a specific look.

But before we outline the new options, here’s what Senior Director for Indian Motorcycle Reid Wilson had to say about the news in a company press release:

Indian FTR 1200 Rally kit
The Rally kit will have you tearing up trails in no time.Indian Motorcycle

"In its stock form, the FTR 1200 is a beautifully designed flat-track-inspired streetbike with immense opportunity for personalization and customization. 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."

Indian FTR 1200 Rally kit
With high-mount Akrapovic exhaust, aluminum spoke wheels, mudguards, rally seat, and more, the Rally configuration will be a great way to get your FTR 1200 off road.Indian Motorcycle

One of the options we expect to be a fan favorite is the Tracker. This one's based on the race-spec FTR750, which has dominated the American Flat Track series in recent years. It comes with a shallower seat than stock and a revised seat cowl, along with a high-mount slip-on Akrapovic exhaust system and side-mounted number plates.

low-slung Akrapovic exhaust
Carbon fiber everywhere and a low-slung Akrapovic exhaust are hallmarks of the Sport collection.Indian Motorcycle

The next is a Rally collection, which Indian claimed draws its inspiration from what it expects off-road adventurers might want. That includes aluminum spoke wheels and a high-mount Akrapovic exhaust. It also has a Rally seat, mudguards, windscreen, tank covers, a ProTaper Rally handlebar, and a high-mount license plate.

Indian FTR 1200 Sport collection
Don’t want to get your FTR 1200 dirty? Keep it in the corners with the Sport collection.Indian Motorcycle

If you want to keep from getting your pristine new bike from getting too dirty, the Sport collection might be a better choice. This collection also comes with an Akrapovic exhaust system, but it’s low mount. It also comes with carbon-fiber mudguard, tank cover, and seat cowl.

Tour collection for FTR 1200
With side-mount, roll-top bag and windscreen, you’ll have some storage and wind protection with the Tour collection.Indian Motorcycle

And, finally, if long hauls are more your speed, then the Tour collection will definitely be of interest. It’s packed with a water-resistant roll-top side messenger bag, a tank bag, and windshield.

Tour collection for FTR 1200
This one’s ready for a long weekend.Indian Motorcycle

These are nice, packaged suggestions, however Indian Motorcycle will offer more than 40 accessories for a much broader variety of customization. Which is part of the design brief of the FTR 1200 in the first place. Ben Lindeman, director of international product for Indian Motorcycle, explains:

Tracker collection for FTR 1200
If you want your FTR 1200 to look like the competition version, you want the Tracker collectionIndian Motorcycle

“When developing the FTR 1200, it was important for us to create a platform that offered dynamic, yet convenient, personalization and customization opportunities. We’re extremely proud of these accessories and collections, as they drastically change the design of the bike—ultimately creating more styling options to satisfy a wide range of rider preferences.”

Tracker collection for FTR 1200
You’ll be kicking the back end out in no time.Indian Motorcycle

If an FTR 1200 is on your list, you won’t have to wait long to deck it out in all sorts of accessory goodies, as Indian Motorcycle indicates the four collections along with the rest of its catalog will be available starting spring 2019.