INDIAN SCOUT Roland Sands Designs – RSD

Roland decided to take the new Scout back to its roots in the early 1920s, when Indians dominated timber race tracks from coast to coast. An entirely new frame was fabricated from chromoly using a distinctive single downtube that loops under the engine, the stock twin shock absorber arrangement was discarded and a new chromoly swing arm was built and paired with an adjustable monoshock. The seat and fuel tank were both built bespoke for this bike, and it was decided to keep it as raw as possible as a hat tip to the original board track racers. The completed bike looks like an entirely new animal when compared with its factory stock siblings and I can only hope that the designers at Indian are working on something similarly influenced for production line.

Built In: U.S.A.Bike Style: Trackers

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 Indian Scout Bike Specifications – Roland Sands Designs – RSD

FEATURE SPECS
Class Styling Trackers
Featured Parts Open Primary
Frame Custom One Off Frame
Gastank Split GastankCustom One Off Gastank
Handlebars / Risers Clip Ons / Separates
Intake Cover Roland Sands
Motor Brand Indian
Motor Config V-twin
Paint Color(s) Bare Metal
Seat Solo Sprung
Suspension Front Inverted
Suspension Rear Custom One Off

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