Custom Indian Scout Bobber by NASA Engineer Wins Indian Motorcycle’s Contest


indian motorcycle, america’s first motorcycle company, has found a clever way to keep itself and its designs updated by hosting competitions for bike builders. is latest event dubbed ‘the wrench: scout bobber build off’ has come to an end, and the winner has been announced: NASA engineer alfredo ‘fred’ juarez. the prize? $10.000USD and a feature story in hot bike magazine.

alfredo juarez’s custom indian scout bobber features a completely custom hardtail frame that references a number of different mechanical works of art, both in an out of the motorcycle industry. the exposed frame allows for a closer look of the engine that features an impressive 100 barely-tamed horsepower of its 69-cubic-inch v-twin.

‘I cannot thank indian motorcycle enough for the opportunity. not only was this a once-in-a-lifetime experience, but the three-month build period created an incredible bonding experience for me and my family,’ said juarez. ‘and of course, thanks to all the fans who took the time to cast their vote. I know it wasn’t easy to pick one because the other two bikes are incredible. hats off to PJ and christian for their work. it’s been an incredible ride and I cannot thank everyone enough for their support.’