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Scouting The Wall of Death
To honour the Indian Scout, which has always been the first choice for death-defying Silodrome riders, Indian Motorcycles is releasing a very limited run of custom-built Wall of Death Scouts. Created by Johnny Gee of Antique Motorcycles in Melbourne, these stunning and exclusive customs were something Johnny had always wanted to build.
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Date Published: 18 May 2017
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To honour the Indian Scout, which has always been the first choice for death-defying Silodrome riders, Indian Motorcycles is releasing a very limited run of custom-built Wall of Death Scouts. Created by Johnny Gee of Antique Motorcycles in Melbourne, these stunning and exclusive customs were something Johnny had always wanted to build.

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Shane Jacobson. The Indian and Victory brands were welcomed to Perth on Saturday 8th October with a legendary Grand Opening. Over 2,000 people braved the unseasonal wet weather to visit the new flagship store, located at 1429 Albany Highway, Cannington.

The Indian and Victory brands were welcomed to Perth on Saturday 8th October with a legendary Grand Opening. Over 2,000 people braved the unseasonal wet weather to visit the new flagship store, located at 1429 Albany Highway, Cannington.

Ian Moss - The Indian and Victory brands were welcomed to Perth on Saturday 8th October with a legendary Grand Opening. Over 2,000 people braved the unseasonal wet weather to visit the new flagship store, located at 1429 Albany Highway, Cannington.