You Could Win This Badass Call of Duty Indian Scout Custom WWII Motorcycle
The winners will be declared in mid-February.
Indian Motorcycles has teamed up with video game studio Activision and game retailer GameStop to give away five limited edition Indian Scout custom WWII motorcycles. These bikes are replicas of the classic 1940s military-issue Indian Scout 741B that appears in the new Activision video game Call of Duty: WWII.
The Indian Scout Custom WWII bike achieves an authentic old-school military aesthetic while retaining its safety and performance standards. Mechanically, it’s the same as a stock Scout, but it’s gone through many aesthetic mods to make it stand out and promote the new CoD game.
The frame, tank, and bodywork are all hand painted in an Olive Drab green with the Indian headdress logo on the tank. The exhaust has a special Cerakote coating giving it a matte black finish and hand weathered leather saddle bags and solo seat advance the throwback, fatigued look. This Scout also has 1920 beach bars and bobber grips, engine crash bars, a solo luggage rack, and laced wheels.
“Activision has built Call of Duty into arguably one of the most successful video game franchises because of its authenticity,” said Indian marketing director Reid Wilson in an email. “While developing Call of Duty: WWII, it was appropriate for Indian Motorcycle to collaborate with Activision in using the period-correct motorcycle, an Indian Scout 741B. We’re excited about the authentic in-game integration and that consumers have the chance to win a real-life replica through GameStop.”
You can enter to win an Indian Scout custom WWII bike here. Five will be given away and the winners will be declared in mid-February.
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