For their Scout Bobber ‘Hundred’ Indian Motorcycle Metz drew inspiration straight from American drag strips where the smell of burnt rubber and gasoline reigns. Putting all their know-how into the transformation of the Scout, the team at Indian Motorcycle Metz put in long days. They worked late into the evening.
For ergonomics suited to the drag racing, they swapped in inverted Biltwell handlebars and a saddle kit from Wunderkind. The intake is completely open. The Scout breathes through a Trask Performance filter with a Freedom performance exhaust. A Samco Performance reinforced water hoses handles the coolant. The custom bike rides on Arnott pneumatic shock absorbers and rims from Revtech. It’s also fitted with Avon Cobra Chrome tires and braking is taken care of with Galfer petal discs.
And the stunning livery was also applied by AR Performance in Orange Lamborghini with 7 coats of varnish including a final ceramic varnish. See more of their custom bike work here.
Photo Credit: Rico Photographie