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Win: Indian x Wheels & Waves

Indian Motorcycle have launched a custom competition they want you to vote in*, and if you do vote, you have a chance to win the finished custom bike. Pretty neat, if you ask us. They have asked four French custom builders to create custom design concepts for their Indian Chief. The winning design will be made in time for the 2021 Wheels and Waves event.

There is a public vote, and a 'super vote' made by a panel to decide the winning design. The panel includes Indian design big cheese, Ola Stenegärd, Roland Sands, plus internationals journalists and photographers.

* The voters eligible to win the customised Indian Chief must be residents of:

• Austria

• France • Germany • Portugal • Spain • Switzerland • United Kingdom


Tank Machine

From Indian's press release, 'The Concept Tank Machine is a Workshop in the Paris region founded in 2015 by Clément Molina specialising in Motorcycle Design, customisation and the development of Plug & Play Kits.'

Mystic Mechanic

'François Crèche, a graduate of the Brassart school and a tenant at the Beaux-Arts in Tours and then in Paris, founded his own Design Workshop in 2001 to specialise in merchandising, publishing, and packaging. At the same time François also discovered the world of American motorcycles, including Indian Motorcycle. After falling in love with the scene he founded Mystic Mechanic in 2018 in the south of France, exclusively dedicated to his two passions: design and motorcycles.'

Lucky Cat Garage

Again, from the press release: 'Lucky Cat Garage is, above all, the love story of Laurence & Sébastien who share the same passion for motorcycles, crafts and decorative arts. Always creative, they never hesitate to come up with innovative projects with a touch of humour and great attention to detail. Competitors at heart, they are happy to take to the circuits to do battle on their sprint bikes as part of the Sultans of Sprint challenge that they organise.'

Seb has had an XS650 featured in Sideburn, and was one of the riders on the cover of Sideburn 8.


'After having been an optician, Rémi focused on his passion in 2012 and became a trendsetter by creating BAAK Motocyclettes. Self-taught, he directs BAAK and each personalisation project. Today, the company offers parts for cars and motorcycles, a bespoke service, adventures as well as a collection of clothing. Rémi Réguin is now leading his company towards a complete brand that combines beauty, utility and functionality.'


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