What do you get once you cross a Freestyle Motocross star rider with a V-twin cruiser motorbike? You get the Indian Scout Rogue by Hardnine Choppers, constructed by Danny Schneider from Switzerland.
Schneider is an award-winning classic customized builder with a repute for thrilling, efficiency oriented customs together with what he says is his greatest ever construct, a 1931 Indian Scout. That is mirrored within the Scout Rogue by Hardnine which incorporates efficiency suspension and upgraded braking together with wheels from Roland Sands Design.
The efficiency tracker wheels from Roland Sands permits the usage of twin brake discs grabbed by Behringer callipers on the entrance wheel and activated by a Beringer grasp cylinder. Schneider created bespoke adapters and mounts for the wheels and the braking system to make the whole lot match.
Chopping down the first drive case, Schneider put in a Dynojet quickshifter to expedite begins and equipment modifications. Schneider additionally added wider footpegs to go well with his driving model together with Ohlins entrance telescopic forks and Ohlins rear shock absorbers.
After modifying the entrance triple tree to simply accept the Ohlins forks, Schneider changed the handlebar with a 22 mm taller ProTaper unit fitted with ProTaper smooth grips. The Scout Rogue’s headlamps cowl is customized to work with the brand new handlebar place.
The stripped again, racing really feel of the Scout Rogue by Hardnine can also be enhanced by miniature flip alerts and the elimination of the entrance fender for that flat tracker model. Finishing the look, Schneider’s Scout Rogue will get a bobbed rear fender and minimalist flip alerts.