This Stunning Board Tracker Won Indian’s ‘Project Scout Bobber’ Contest

Nov 18, 2019

Category: Rides

Earlier this year, Indian Motorcycles issued a challenge to both professional and amateur custom bike builders: design a Scout Bobber and, after a Facebook vote, you could have your vision built in real life. After being narrowed down to just three finalists, a winner was chosen. And this 2019 Indian Scout Bobber ‘Hasty Flaming Buffalo’ by LM Creations is it.

Envisioned by Dutch designer and one-man-show Luuc Muis, this absolute stunner of a custom motorcycle took a whopping 54% of the vote to be crowned champion. And a quick glance at the modern bike draped in retro style makes it clear as to why. Based on an Indian board-track racer from 1910, this up-to-date take boasts a custom exhaust, full carbon forks with diamond-cut ceramic tubes, one-off wheels, Moto-Master brakes with Brembo calipers, and loads of other upgrades. All told, this beautiful piece of functional art is a masterpiece on two wheels. We can’t wait to see what LM Creations comes up with next.

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