Customize Your Indian FTR 1200 Moto With Steve Caballero’s Artwork

Jun 17, 2019

Category: Gear

It’s easy to see why people love the idea of customizing their motorcycle, as it adds a bit of individuality to the ride. Unfortunately, not everyone has the time and money for extensive, expensive work. Even a simple custom tank paint job could cost you thousands of dollars. If you’re an Indian FTR 1200 owner, however, things just got a whole lot easier thanks to the Artist Series Tank Covers

Unveiled at this year’s Wheels & Waves in Biarritz, France, this project called upon the expertise of five different world-renowned artists — including Adam Turman, D Face, Risk, ThankYouX, and Steve Caballero (yes, the legendary skateboarder). Each of them was given the task of creating special artwork to be applied to the tank of Indian’s revived flat track racer, and the results are simply stunning. What’s even better is that these works of art aren’t just one-offs — they’re going to be available to purchase at Indian dealerships around the world for $699 a piece. If you’re looking for a quick way to add a bit of personality to your favorite bike, this is it.

Purchase: $699

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