Indian Motorcycle, America’s first cruiser organization, today reported its amazing prize champ of The Wrench: Scout Bobber Build Off. Alfredo (Fred) Juarez, a NASA build from Las Cruces, NM, and his custom Indian Scout Bobber got the most fan votes and has been named stupendous prize victor of the national challenge.
As the fabulous prize champ, Juarez will be granted $10,000 and will get an element story in Hot Bike magazine on his custom Indian Scout Bobber.
Juarez’s stripped down chopper, including a totally custom hardtail outline, drew motivation by various distinctive mechanical centerpieces, both all through the cruiser business. Juarez locales the Indian Scout FTR1200 Custom, RSD Indian Scout custom forms and David Beckham’s carport organization, Knuckle, as motivation.
“I can’t express gratitude toward Indian Motorcycle enough for the chance. Not exclusively was this a unique ordeal, however the three-month assemble period made an extraordinary holding knowledge for me and my family,” said Juarez.
“What’s more, obviously, on account of the considerable number of fans who set aside the opportunity to make their choice. I know it was difficult to pick one in light of the fact that the other two bicycles are unbelievable. Caps off to PJ and Christian for their work. It’s been a fantastic ride and I can’t thank everybody enough for their help.”
The Wrench: Scout Bobber Build Off was a national custom bike challenge intended to spotlight non-proficient developers who torque for the energy and not the compensation. The program got in excess of 100 entries, which were limited to 12 by a making a decision about board of expert manufacturers and specialists, including Roland Sands, Satya Kraus, Jason Paul Michaels and Hot Bike Editor-in-Chief Jordan Mastagni.
Following a fourteen day fan vote, Juarez, alongside PJ Grakauskas (an OSHA wellbeing assessor from Avon, OH) and Christian Newman (a mechanical specialist from Buffalo, NY) were named the three finalists. Every one of the three forms were divulged on August 5 at the incredible Buffalo Chip amid the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.
“Since the start of this program, our objective was to feature the enthusiasm and the craftsmanship of carport manufacturers from around the nation,” said Reid Wilson, Senior Director for Indian Motorcycle. “Obviously, our desires were limitlessly surpassed. Fred, Christian and PJ embody what this program is about. What’s more, thus, we trust it rouses and empowers others from around the nation.”
Juarez’s great prize-winning custom Indian Scout Bobber can be found on IndianMotorcycle.com and on future pages of Hot Bike magazine. Every one of the three bicycles will visit an assortment of bike shows and occasions with Indian Motorcycle for the rest of the year and into 2019. At the finish of the visit, each bicycle will be come back to the developer.