Indian Motorcycle dealer creates pair of custom Scouts
French dealer Indian Motorcycle Metz have unveiled two new custom creations based on the Indian Scout. The Hundred is inspired by the drag strips of America with a riding position to suit the sprint race format.
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Inverted bars from Biltwell and a Winderkind raised saddle mean a leant forward stance for the rider and the performance look is completed with Avon Cobra Chrome tyres and Galfer petal discs.
Finally, a one-off paintjob was created by AR Performance with Orange Lamborghini details and no fewer than seven coats of varnish.
Meanwhile, the Red Wings has a stripped back, old school style including a Monza fuel cap, floating single seat and bright chrome wire wheels and an enormous 200-section rear wheel.
The most eye catching detail of the bike is the springer girder front end created by Blechfee especially for this project, which cradles a lenticular headlight. The look is completed by curved double exhaust pipes.
"We make every effort to show a fun, young and dynamic image and there is no better way to express that than with the customs we create based on the Indian Scout," said Thomas Castany of Indian Motorcycle Metz.
"Indian Motorcycle is a legendary brand, and we are proud to represent it in Lorraine."