Sturgis Buffalo Chip to Give Away Indian Scout Sixties Customized by Roland Sands and Carey Hart

Moto Stampede giveaway bikes come complete with hooligan race battle scars and wild stories

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Exhaust side of one of the Scout hooligan racersSturgis Buffalo Chip

Creative motorcycle madmen Roland Sands and Carey Hart are molding identical 2017 Indian Scout Sixty motorcycles into wicked racing machines for the Sturgis Buffalo Chip's Moto Stampede Bike Giveaway. Before being given to two fans on the Chip's Wolfman Jack Main Stage these two hooligan race bikes, known as the "Evil Twins," will face off during the RSD Super Hooligan races presented by Indian Motorcycle at the Buffalo Chip Moto Stampede on Wed., Aug. 9. Fans may enter to win the bikes online now at www.BuffaloChip.com/EvilTwins.

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Upgraded suspension, belt tensioner and more on the custom Indian Scout hooligan racerSturgis Buffalo Chip

“The stories these Evil Twins will tell will be unlike any others out there,” said Rod Woodruff, President of the Sturgis Buffalo Chip. “Designed, built and raced by the biggest names in motorcycling and racing, these Indian motorcycles will sport real battle scars from having been run in Super Hooligan races. You just can’t buy a bike with history like that, but you could win one.”

"The Scout Sixty is already a force to be reckoned with, and now Roland and Carey’s modifications will truly add to the fun that can be had on these bikes,” said Reid Wilson, marketing director for Indian Motorcycle. “We can’t wait to give away these bikes on the Buffalo Chip’s main stage and pass on the good times after the Moto Stampede races.”

For a look at the completed Moto Stampede Indian Scouts be sure to pick up the June issue of Hot Bike Magazine in which Roland Sands' and Carey Hart's "Evil Twins" will be featured.