Hooligan Racers and Moto Stampede Bike Giveaways

Following a trend they created, Sturgis Buffalo Chip, Roland Sands and Carey Hart are building a pair of custom ‘hooligan race bikes’.

Creative motorcycle madmen Roland Sands and Carey Hart are molding identical 2017 Indian Scout Sixty motorcycles into what’s being described as ‘wicked racing machines’ for the Sturgis Buffalo Chip’s Moto Stampede Bike Giveaway. Last year saw this style of racing celebrated by the Buffalo Chip at the famous Sturgis Rally.

Last year the races were sponsored by Indian Motorcycle and Roland Sands Design and brought back the excitement and surprises of traditional heritage racing with the added punch of music and drag racing. The newly built dirt flat track at the Buffalo Chip circles the infield between the Wolfman Jack Stage and the Top Shelf Bar bringing the racing action to center stage with prime VIP viewing.

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"The Scout Sixty is already a force to be reckoned with, and now Roland and Carey’s modifications will truly add to the fun that can be had on these bikes,” said Reid Wilson, marketing director for Indian Motorcycle. “We can’t wait to give away these bikes on the Buffalo Chip’s main stage and pass on the good times after the Moto Stampede races.”

Before being given to two fans on the Chip’s Wolfman Jack Main Stage these two hooligan race bikes, known as the ‘Evil Twins’, will face off during the RSD Super Hooligan races presented by Indian Motorcycle at the Buffalo Chip Moto Stampede on Wednesday August 9th.

As yes, that last does read ‘given away’. Fans may enter to win the bikes online and even throw up a comment on why they want to win one of the custom bikes!

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“The stories these Evil Twins will tell will be unlike any others out there,” said Rod Woodruff, President of the Sturgis Buffalo Chip. “Designed, built and raced by the biggest names in motorcycling and racing, these Indian motorcycles will sport real battle scars from having been run in Super Hooligan races. You just can’t buy a bike with history like that, but you could win one.”

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