Indian Motorcycles is giving away WWII custom Scouts in Australia, United States, Germany and France in a competition to celebrate the brand being included in the new Call of Duty game.
The US Army had about 1000 Indian Scout 741B motorcycles during World War II.
They are included in the latest Activision for Call of Duty: WWII game released today, November 3, 2017.
To celebrate the launch, Indian Motorcycle and GameStop have produced four 741B Call of Duty edition bikes from the new Scout model.
They feature period-correct hand-painted Olive Drab, weathered leather panniers and sprung seat, and custom army components, such as a tool roll.
To win one of these custom Scouts, go to a JB Hifi store in Australia or click below on the relevant country below and fill out an entry form.
The Scout is the biggest-selling model in their range and is about to get bigger with the arrival of the new Bobber version.
The first two shipments of Scout Bobber sold out and more are on the way.
The media launch of the new Bobber will be held in the next two weeks.
Stay tuned for our ride review.