Kuryakyn’s New Sprint Scout Collection Designed By John Shope

1scoutseriesThe very successful Indian Scout and Scout Sixty are powerful middleweight cruisers offering platforms begging to be customized for an even more aggressive stance. John Shope of Dirty Bird Concepts designed a “” line of custom parts produced by Kuryakyn and featured on a custom Indian Scout introduced during the last Sturgis rally.

2scoutseries3scoutseriesAmong these parts, a rear fender chopped and sculpted for a racier look that feeds off the tight lines created by the bolt-on Sprint Front Fender, Café Fairing, and Chin Spoiler. Factory belt and countershaft sprocket covers were cut and modified for a rugged semi-exposed appearance. Satin black Kuryakyn Heavy Industry footpegs and mirror, along with a custom engraved derby cover, powder coated factory covers, dirt track-style bars and wrapped head pipes with Crusher Maverick Slip-Ons all contribute to the Sprint Scout’s aggressively styled demeanor. Kuryakyn also incorporated a few prototype parts for the Scout that will soon be in production and available in early 2017. All parts and info at .

5 Responses to “Kuryakyn’s New Sprint Scout Collection Designed By John Shope”

  1. 1 BobS Sep 16th, 2016 at 10:01 am

    Applaud the effort but this is a Victory Octane with an ugly engine. Why wouldn’t the consumer stick with the cool engine and put the dollars into custom paint?

  2. 2 Freddy Manson Sep 16th, 2016 at 3:14 pm

    These parts will sell.

  3. 3 James just another crazy kiwi Sep 17th, 2016 at 12:52 am

    I like a MotorCycle Engine with cooling fins.
    Why I dont know ?? !!
    Thats what I llike,even if there is some liquid cooling why not make use of the air flow. Or is that a much more expensive way to go about it ??

  4. 4 Roberto Sep 17th, 2016 at 12:23 pm

    Good luck…..build a bike that will fit taller folk.

  5. 5 Jerrman Sep 17th, 2016 at 5:54 pm

    some very well designed accessories there. Hmmm…

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