If you were at the 2017 National Jamboree, you probably saw Chief Scout Executive Mike Surbaugh drive a motorcycle across the show stage, but did you see the fully customized Indian “Scout” motorcycle up close?!
The Eagle Scout-themed design, customized by the Music City Nashville Indian dealership was a showstopper, so we’re giving you a better look at the motorcycle, along with some behind-the-scene footage. Check it out below!
Donated by Polaris, the bike was designed to rev up the excitement of vehicle safety and fun and will be auctioned at the Mecum Auction on September 8 in Dallas, Texas. Proceeds are going to the National Eagle Scout Association (NESA) scholarship fund. Look for Lot F117 to bid on the Indian. To learn more about registering to bid on this NESA-themed Indian motorcycle in person, by telephone or online please click here.
“The National Eagle Scout Association would like to express our appreciation for our partnership with Polaris,” said Dustin Farris, National Eagle Scout Association Director. “We are excited about this opportunity to auction off such an iconic machine. As exciting, the funds will go to support sending Eagle Scouts to World Explorer opportunities.”
To learn more about this partnership and how Polaris is providing a safe off-road vehicle experience with the new Polaris OHV Center for Excellence, read the full press release on Scouting Newsroom.
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