Faithfully replicating a minimalist racebike while meeting countless production requirements, including emissions, is no mean feat. But that is exactly what Indian Motorcycle has attempted to do with the 2019 FTR1200, FTR1200S, and FTR1200S Race Replica. This is not, repeat not, an FTR750, the $45,000, competition-only machine that, in Jared Mees' hands, has won back-to-back American Flat Track Twins-class titles. "Our focus," Indian Senior Industrial Designer Rich Christoph explained, "was to capture the style of the FTR750." Which is why the street-legal FTR1200 has a steel-tube trellis chassis and a hot-rodded, Scout-based V-twin scaled down in overall size and weight—40 pounds less than the feet-forward cruiser's powerplant—and displacing 1,203cc to produce a claimed 120 hp and 85 pound-feet of torque.