If it comes to customizing of the new Indian models there is little doubt which model dominates the current "Indian Customizing" scene: The powerful and lightweight Scout models, available in three base versions that all can use the parts presented here, certainly have inspired builders and owners to individualize their rides. Rhönmotor's bold "Café Cruiser" has three components that immediately catch the eye when the "Rhön Racer" is flashing by: the perfectly integrated exhaust system by Dr.Jekill & Mr. Hyde, Burly Brand's "Café Sport" fairing and the Café Racer tailend, hand-hammered into shape by Blechfee Jochen Lehman. The clean style of the bike is achieved with the well-planned combination of CCE-distributed parts that get rid of many "oversized" stock parts – check them out in this brochure! Looking into the Indian Scout model range, all parts used in this project – except for the Kuryakyn "Tresher" footpegs that would not fit the "Bobber" which uses floorboards – could be applied to any of the Indian models: Scout, Scout Sixty and Bobber. Rolling chassis and bodyparts don't differ that much, even ground clearance (Bobber: 123 mm / Scout 135 mm) and lean angle (Bobber: 29° / Scout 31°) are not as different. With its clean look and the excellent craftsmanship of the "Rhön Racer" this Custom-Scout is destined to be a great addition to the 2019 "Bolt On And Ride" fleet and a inspiration to all Scout-owners.
|TIME||6 weeks (2019)|
|BIKE NAME||Rhön Racer|