Press Release from Kuryakyn: Kuryakyn and the world’s top builders are joining forces to develop high-quality custom parts to meet the demand for personalized styling on today’s hottest motorcycles. The all-new Signature Series showcases skillfully crafted designs from true masters of the trade, produced exclusively by Kuryakyn and primed for your personal touch.
This new collection combines Kuryakyn’s trusted quality and fitment with legendary style that crowned each featured iron artist king of the custom scene. First in the artist lineup is Dirty Bird Concepts founder and owner, John Shope, and the Sprint Signature Series for Indian Motorcycle Scout models. The Sprint Signature Series by John Shope will debut at the upcoming 76th Sturgis Motorcycle Rally where it will be featured on a custom Scout built by Kuryakyn. The Sprint Scout will be on display at Kuryakyn’s rally headquarters at Black Hills Harley-Davidson in Rapid City.
Shope will also be appearing for a series of meet-and-greets in Sturgis to promote the Sprint Signature Series:Saturday, August 6 from 11:00am – 3:00pm at the Kuryakyn display at Black Hills H-D; and Tuesday, August 9 from 10:00am – 2:00pm at Indian Motorcycle Sturgis located on Main Street in downtown Sturgis. Meet and rub elbows with the man behind Dirty Bird Concepts while checking out the all-new Sprint Signature Series for Indian Scouts.
Kuryakyn Sprint Signature Series by John Shope
Recognized as the risk taker, John Shope of Dirty Bird Concepts knows a thing or two about pushing the limits of style. The Kuryakyn Sprint Signature Series is no exception. The complete line is designed to transform ’15-’16 Indian Scout and Scout Sixty models into race-inspired customs that radiate boldness. Just like the Dirty Bird himself.
Sprint Café Fairing
The new Sprint Café Fairing provides a sexy, streamlined appearance to completely revamp the headlamp area. This sleek café-style quarter fairing features a scalloped design crafted from durable injection-molded high-impact ABS that comes fully prepped and ready to paint. Includes mounting bracket and all hardware needed for easy bolt-on installation.
• P/N 5671 Sprint Café Fairing $149.99
Sprint Chin Spoiler
The new Sprint Chin Spoiler delivers aggressive style and also improves engine cooling thanks to a contoured design that forces additional air into the radiator. This finely sculpted direct replacement for the flat-black factory spoiler mounts to existing holes and offers full coverage on the radiator’s outer perimeter. Constructed from durable high-impact injection-molded ABS that’s ready to paint-match any custom color theme out of the box.
• P/N 5672 Sprint Chin Spoiler $149.99
Sprint Front Fender
Using existing bodylines found on the factory fender, the Sprint Front Fender is a bolt-on direct replacement that’s cut shorter to hug the front tire for a racier look. The sleek, concave design is formed from durable fiberglass that also comes fully prepped and ready for custom finishes. Installation is hassle-free with the included mounting brackets, reusing existing factory bolts.
• P/N 5673 Sprint Front Fender $149.99 (ea)
Sprint Frame & Body Accents
Available separately, Sprint Signature Series accents are the easiest way to add rugged race styling to the Scout. Each is stamped from high-quality 6061 aluminum finished with black powder coat and visible stainless steel rivets for sharp contrast. The cohesive grilled mesh styling enhances areas on the exposed frame’s neck, side covers, radiator and swing arms, as well as the rear fender. All accents are easily applied via high-strength 3M VHB.
• P/N 5674 Sprint Radiator Side Accents, MSRP: $49.99
• P/N 5675 Sprint Swing Arm Frame Accents, MSRP: $34.99
• P/N 5676 Sprint Side Cover Frame Accents, MSRP: $29.99
• P/N 5677 Sprint Neck Frame Accents, MSRP: $29.99
• P/N 5678 Sprint Rear Fender Side Accents, MSRP: $59.99
For more information and to view the entire Kuryakyn Sprint Signature Series by John Shope, visit wkuryakyn.com.
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