Indian Motorcycle Releases Third Episode of Scout Custom Series


The third episode of Indian Motorcycle’s Forged custom build series is officially live and I’m reaching out to see if you might be interested to share with your audience. Utilizing the all-new Indian Scout as the base, Indian Motorcycle has tapped three renowned builders to fabricate one-of-a-kind custom bikes – each pulling inspiration from legendary stories of iconic Indian Scout riders.

Born, raised, and based in Sweden, Ronna Noren was first introduced to the Swedish custom scene through his uncle. Inspired by the Swedish chopper clubs of the late 60s, he embraced their style, crafting bikes with long forks, stretched frames, and thick car tires. Norén started early, building his first chopper when he was just 14 years old. More than 40 years later, Norén still loves what he does. Known for stretched out forks and larger wheels, Ronna took inspiration from the 1950’s and 60’s style choppers and the original custom chopper builder, Stan Deshong, to create his Forged Custom Indian Scout.


Indian Motorcycle’s Forged custom build series highlights how customization and personalization was at the forefront when Indian Motorcycle designers and engineers began developing the next evolution of Indian Scout. The Scout’s new steel tube frame delivers an approachable platform for customization, as the tank, fenders and subframe can be easily removed and replaced.


Indian Motorcycle’s Forged custom build program is a six-part video series highlighting three unique interpretations of the all-new 2025 Indian Scout, inspired by the stories and personalities that have made the Scout such an icon for more than a century. Each design and development video will roll out in the coming weeks, while final reveals will take place later this summer.


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