Indian Motorcycles recently announced the special edition FTR x RSD Super Hooligan, limited to just 300 bikes globally. With 150 to remain in the USA, this will be a rare future collectable outside of the States. The $28,995 AUD weapon is decked out, and there is extra interest for us Aussie’s with Troy Herfoss racing in the AMA.

The all-new limited-edition FTR features Black Metallic bodywork with authentic Super Hooligan race graphics, a classic Indian Motorcycle Red frame with matching wheels featuring gold accents, and Indian Motorcycle Racing’s No. 1 championship logo on the front and side number plates. For an extra layer of authenticity, the FTR x RSD Super Hooligan features race team sponsors’ logos on its rear seat cowl. Additional graphics for the radiator shroud, front fender, and front forks will be supplied to owners for optional application. Don’t lose those!

Tyler O’Hara ripping a burnout on the racebike inspired Indian FTR Super Hooligan limited edition model…

“The term ‘hooligan’ has taken on an entirely new meaning in the world of motorcycles, characterised by a rebellious, fearless attitude that places having fun on a motorcycle above all else, and that’s what this new FTR is all about,” said Aaron Jax, vice president, Indian Motorcycle.

Read our special feature and test on the exact Indian FTR Super Hooligan Factory Racer that Troy Herfoss is leading the 2024 Series on right here

“Roland Sands has blazed this trail and built the RSD brand around the hooligan lifestyle. From spinning laps on dirt ovals on mid-size cruisers to today’s competitive racing within the MotoAmerica series, the ethos of hooligan riding has not changed.”

“Super Hooligan has always been about more than just racing. It’s about pushing boundaries and having a blast riding motorcycles with your friends,” said Roland Sands, Founder of RSD. “Far from the full fairing machines you normally see on the racetrack, a Super Hooligan bike has an effortless attitude and a custom aesthetic with an exposed powertrain. When Indian Motorcycle approached us to codesign an Indian FTR for consumers, it was a natural fit and something we were very excited to be a part of”.

Aussie Troy Herfoss is making inroads already, winning on Debut on his Super Hooligan Indian FTR at Daytona!

Built upon the FTR R Carbon model, the FTR x RSD Super Hooligan offers performance-branded parts and premium ride-enhancing technology. Fully adjustable Öhlins® inverted front forks and rear piggyback shock deliver exceptional ride and handling, while dual-disc Brembo® brakes provide ultimate stopping power. The bike’s 101 mm round touchscreen display powered by RIDE COMMAND offers vital bike and ride information, selectable ride modes for a customisable ride experience, along with Bluetooth and USB connectivity.

Just 150 from the total of 300 will be available outside of North America, and international shipping will start immediately.

In addition, an Akrapovič® muffler and heat shield add style and improve sound, while Gilles Tooling parts, including adjustable rear-sets, oil cap, radiator cap, and bar-end weights, add to the bike’s premium finish – delivering authentic RSD Hooligan race style for the rider. Interested riders should contact their authorised Indian Motorcycle dealer to reserve their individually numbered FTR x RSD Super Hooligan bike as soon as possible. Just 150 from the total of 300 will be available outside of North America, and international shipping will start immediately.

Roland Sands with the Indian, ““I like the idea of racing things that were never meant to be raced,” says Roland, 49.”

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