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Indian Motorcycles unveils three custom bikes at Brooklyn Invitational

By Press release

As the title sponsor of the ninth annual Brooklyn Invitational Custom Motorcycle Show, Indian Motorcycle unveiled three custom versions of the all-new Scout Bobber crafted by Keino Cycles, Kraus Motor Co. and skateboarding icon Steve Caballero, in conjunction with Roland Sands Design.

Indian Motorcycle specifically partnered with these three highly-regarded customizers, as each brings a uniquely distinct vision and signature style. The end result being three totally unique custom interpretations of the Scout Bobber, which helps showcase how easily customizable the bike is and the versatility of the platform. While Keino Sasaki and Satya Kraus carry long-standing reputations forged through years within the customization and aftermarket industry, skateboard icon Steve Caballero has seen his profile increase steadily within the last several yearsthanks to his love for vintage American v-twins and his participation in festivals such as Wheels & Waves.

Released mid-July during X Games weekend in Indian’s hometown of Minneapolis, the Scout Bobber represents a core passion of motorcyclists – connection to the road without a need for anything unnecessary. “Strip it down” was the mantra and inspiration Indian Motorcycle used when developing the latest model in its iconic Scout lineup. A low-slung, blacked-out, 100 horsepower, minimalist motorcycle that proves less is definitely more. 

Customizer:  Keino Sasaki

Build time: 6 Weeks

Inspiration:     

Harkening back to the 1950s, ’60s and ’70s, Keino’s custom Scout Bobber was inspired by streamliner trains, airplanes and automobiles.

Modifications:

  • Aluminum fuel tank
  • Front/rear fender
  • Front fairing
  • Exhaust pipes
  • Beringer inboard brake system
  • Custom spoke wheels
  • Stock Modified rear set foot control

Builder statement:

“It was a great opportunity for me to work with the new Indian Scout Bobber with freedom of creativity and ideas. When I stripped the bike down to its main chassis, I knew it could go beyond its styling originally intended.  I hope this bike showcases the possibilities of the Scout Bobber with little imagination and creativity.” – Keino

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