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Indian Project Scout | Vote For Your Favorite Now

Indian Project Scout – Enthusiasts Vote for Top 3 to Face off in Daytona

Indian Project Scout | Vote For Your Favorite Now
Indian Scout

The Project Scout competition, which was launched this past November, has given dealers from around the world a high-profile forum to showcase their passion for Indian Motorcycles and their team’s skill by building a custom Indian Scout.

There are no restrictions of theme, guidelines, and style – just whatever is spurned from the minds of Indian dealer technicians. The only requirements were to use a custom Indian Scout or the newly introduced Scout Sixty and utilize a minimum of three authentic Indian Scout accessory items from the current catalogue.

From now until Friday, February 19, Indian fans can vote for their favorite Project Scout bike by visiting http://www.indianmotorcycle.com/en-us/project-scout.

On Saturday, February 20, the top three Project Scout finalists, as voted by Indian Motorcycle fans across the globe, will be announced. The dealers behind these three machines will receive an all-expenses-paid weekend trip to the 75th annual Daytona Bike Week.

To mark the occasion, Indian Motorcycle is hosting a special award ceremony in Daytona Beach on Friday, March 11th. A panel of celebrity judges will preside and select the ultimate winner of the ‘Project Scout: Build a Legend” program. Party goers will also be included in the running by voting for the Fan Favorite Award.

Reid Wilson, Marketing Manager for Indian Motorcycle commented: “The response from our dealers to the Scout Custom Series and now this Project Scout program has been incredible. Watching these builds come together from around the world has been amazing. It’s clear that the passion and talent for customizing Indian Motorcycle models is built into our dealer base, and we know that people will be fired up when they see the final Project Scout builds.”

Want to participate? Head on over to the Indian Motorcycle Website to place your vote. For more updates regarding the event, as well as anything else in the Indian world, be sure to follow the brands social media on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Indian Motorcycle is also inviting all Daytona Bike Week attendees to visit the brand’s display that will feature the full 2016 line-up, as well as custom and vintage bikes. In addition to that, demo rides will be available for all licensed riders – that includes the new Indian Scout and Indian Scout Sixty.

Stay tuned to Ultimate MotorCycling and Indian Motorcycle for more announcements including owners’ activities, parties and other features during Daytona Bike Week.

 

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