INDIAN Motorcycle and the Wheels and Waves festival have teamed up for this year, as America’s oldest motorcycle manufacturer launching its latest custom build-off competition.
This time it’s the public and a team of A-list judges that have the final say, and one public voter will get to walk away as the owner of the winning machine.
The bikes will be awarded points based on the results of the public vote and the Super Voters (listed below). The winning design will be the one with the highest total when the public vote points are added to the Super Votes.
Online voting for the public’s favourite design will take place between December 17th and February 18th with everyone who votes put into a prize draw for a chance to win the Indian Motorcycle Chief in the top-ranked design.
The panel of judges features Ola Stenegärd, the designer of the new Chief and custom motorcycle builder, Roland Sands, one of the most famous custom builders on the planet, Paul d’Orleans, founder of the Vintagent social media channels, Michael Lichter, professional motorcycle photographer, Tadashi Kono, freelance motorcycle writer, and Katherina Weber, custom motorcycle critic and journalist.
This article previously stated that the competition winner couldn’t be from the UK, Indian has confirmed that was an error and updated the press release accordingly.
The voters eligible to win the customised Indian Chief must be residents of:
• United Kingdom
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