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Winter is traditionally the time to get in the garage and tinker away on a project, so Indian is encouraging owners to take the tools to their Scout and give it the flat track look.
With the rise of the Super Hooligan scene and the American Flat Track championship, Indian says it is starting to see an increase in riders in Europe who want to create a bike they can ride every day in comfort, but one that looks ready to tear up the dirt.
“We’ve certainly seen interest grow in flat track styling since we unveiled the FTR1200 #custom at EICMA last year,” enthuses Indian’s general manager in Europe, Grant Bester. “The beauty of the Scout is that you don’t need to cut or weld parts to transform the look. You can buy many of the parts you need off the shelf and fit them yourself at home, in the garage, with little more than an impact wrench and a good set of sockets.”
Transforming the look of a stock Scout Sixty, Scout or Scout Bobber, is now easy, especially if you use official Indian accessories or buy one of the many special kits that bike builders and parts manufacturers are now selling.
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