French seller Indian Motorcycle Metz have revealed two new custom manifestations dependent on the Indian Scout. The Hundred is roused by the drag portions of America with a riding position to suit the run race design.
Reversed bars from Biltwell and a Winderkind raised seat mean a leant forward position for the rider and the presentation look is finished with Avon Cobra Chrome tires and Galfer petal circles.
At long last, an oddball paintjob was made by AR Performance with Orange Lamborghini subtleties and no less than seven layers of stain.
In the mean time, the Red Wings has a stripped back, old school style including a Monza fuel cap, skimming single seat and splendid chrome wire haggles tremendous 200-area back tire.
The most attractive detail of the bicycle is the springer support front end made by Blechfee particularly for this venture, which supports a lenticular fog light. The look is finished by bended twofold exhaust pipes.
“We bend over backward to show a fun, youthful and dynamic picture and there could be no more excellent approach to communicate that than with the traditions we make dependent on the Indian Scout,” said Thomas Castany of Indian Motorcycle Metz.
“Indian Motorcycle is an unbelievable brand, and we are pleased to address it in Lorraine.”