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Red Bull Releases Roczen/Dungey Can And A Chance To Ride

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Both longtime Red Bull-supported riders have become legends of the sport over the past 15 years.
Both longtime Red Bull-supported riders have become legends of the sport over the past 15 years. (Photo courtesy of The Medium Group/)

AMA Motocross champion Ken Roczen and multi-time motocross and Supercross champion Ryan Dungey will be featured on a limited-edition Red Bull Energy Drink Motocross can that is being distributed in California, Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, and Washington.

Red Bull’s choice to release the commemorative can coincide with a promotion associated with the unveiling of the new Mad Skills Motocross 2 racing game mobile app. Players who download the app will earn entries into a drawing while playing Mad Skills Motocross 2, for the opportunity to participate in a ride day with their choice of either Ryan Dungey or Ken Roczen. The drawing will conclude at the end of September 2019 so grab a can, download the game, and start earning your chances to win.

The grand prize winner will get an all-expenses-paid trip to meet and ride with either Dungey or Roczen, while 600 additional winners will get a Dungey/Roczen backpack and another 1,000 lucky folks will win a Dungey/Roczen hat.

Four-time supercross and three-time motocross champion Ryan Dungey retired after his 2017 supercross championship win but he is still an ambassador to the sport he loves.
Four-time supercross and three-time motocross champion Ryan Dungey retired after his 2017 supercross championship win but he is still an ambassador to the sport he loves. (Photo courtesy of The Medium Group/)Ken Roczen and Dungey are being featured on the new limited-edition <a href="https://www.motorcyclistonline.com/tags/red-bull-0/">Red Bull Energy Drink</a> Motocross can which is available now in single 8.4-ounce cans and four-packs while supplies last.
Ken Roczen and Dungey are being featured on the new limited-edition Red Bull Energy Drink Motocross can which is available now in single 8.4-ounce cans and four-packs while supplies last. (Photo courtesy of The Medium Group/)Ken Roczen has two 450 motocross championships, a MX2 championship, a Motocross des Nations win, plus a 250 West Coast Supercross championship on his résumé.
Ken Roczen has two 450 motocross championships, a MX2 championship, a Motocross des Nations win, plus a 250 West Coast Supercross championship on his résumé. (Photo courtesy of The Medium Group/)The high-flying Roczen is still competing in the AMA MX and SX championships, so if you haven’t seen him in person, you still have time!Read more

2020 Indian Scout Bobber Twenty And Scout 100th Anniversary

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Indian Motorcycle looks back to the introduction of its original 1920 Scout for the inspiration for two new models. The Scout 100th Anniversary is on the left. The Scout Bobber Twenty seen here on the right is fitted with Indian’s new 2-into-1 accessory exhaust.
Indian Motorcycle looks back to the introduction of its original 1920 Scout for the inspiration for two new models. The Scout 100th Anniversary is on the left. The Scout Bobber Twenty seen here on the right is fitted with Indian’s new 2-into-1 accessory exhaust. (Indian Motorcycle/)

The Scout platform has been a sales success for Indian Motorcycle, so it should be no surprise that Indian would leverage the centenary of the first Scout with an homage (or two) to that landmark original.

Headed to dealers now are the Scout Bobber Twenty and the limited-edition Scout 100th Anniversary models, both of which lean on styling inspirations from Scouts of yore. Indian announced the original Scout in autumn of 1919 and began production for the 2020 model year.

Related: 2018 Indian Scout Bobber First Ride Review

“The Indian Scout has stood the test of time as one of the most influential, iconic, and recognizable motorcycles in the world,” said Reid Wilson, vice president for Indian Motorcycle. “One hundred years is an incredibly special milestone, and it made perfect sense to honor Scout’s history and legacy with these two heritage-inspired 2020 models.”

Scout 100th Anniversary: $15,999

The Scout’s 100th anniversary is marked by a commemorative model cleverly called the Scout 100th Anniversary. Production is limited to 750 units worldwide.
The Scout’s 100th anniversary is marked by a commemorative model cleverly called the Scout 100th Anniversary. Production is limited to 750 units worldwide. (Indian Motorcycle/)

The Scout 100th Anniversary model harkens back to the original with its Indian Motorcycle Red color accented by gold trim, as well as with its black wire wheels and beach-style handlebar, a floating tan leather seat, and a luggage rack. It’s finished off by a color-matched Scout 100th-anniversary badge and various chrome finishes. Indian is limiting global production to 750 units.

Scout Bobber Twenty: $11,999–12,899

The Scout Bobber in the foreground is fitted with several accessories, including the new 2-into-1 exhaust system that promises a 10 percent increase in horsepower.
The Scout Bobber in the foreground is fitted with several accessories, including the new 2-into-1 exhaust system that promises a 10 percent increase in horsepower. (Indian Motorcycle/)

The second model variant to capitalize on the original 1920 Scout is the Scout Bobber Twenty, which also uses wire wheels and nifty floating saddle to stand apart from other Scouts. It features a mix of chrome and blacked-out finishes and an apehanger handlebar that delivers, according to Indian, “old-school bobber style with relaxed ergonomics.”

The Scout Bobber Twenty features a mid-ape handlebar, wire-spoke wheels, and a floating saddle.Read more
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