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Roland Sands Will Be Riding the #10 Indian Scout Sixty in the SuperHooligan Race


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Although the new Indian Scout FTR750 will make it’s racing debut in the Ramspur Winery Santa Rosa Mile AMA Pro Flat Track Pro GNC class on Sunday, September 25, the all-new motorcycle will run it’s demo laps on Saturday, September 24, during the Pro-Am night at the fairground’s short track circuit in the Chris Beck Arena. The Scout FTR750 will be piloted by Joe Kopp for both the demo laps and the racing on Sunday.

Joe Kopp will be piloting the Scout FTR750 this coming weekend in Santa Rosa

“We are excited that flat track fans will finally get the chance to see and hear the first Indian Factory Race bike since 1953,” says Gary Gray, Product Director for Indian Motorcycle. “Racing is a huge part of Indian’s legacy, and we are proud to bring this brand back to the professional AMA Flat Track circuit.”

Indian Motorcycle may only be turning some demonstration laps on Saturday in anticipation for the Sunday race, but there’ll also be a pack of Indian Motorcycles racing on Saturday as the Roland Sands Design crew will be competing atop a group of Indian Scout Sixty-based SuperHooligan bikes. SuperHooligan Racing is designed for any brand of street motorcycle that is suitably modified for the flat track circuit. The series has proven to be not only competitive, but a great show as well. Roland Sands is supplying five Indian Scout Sixty SuperHooligan racers and will be riding the #10 machine himself. Other SuperHooligan riders include vintage flat track racer Don Galloway, Jordan Graham who has been very competitive in the series, Gary Inman from Sideburn magazine, and Roland’s right hand man Cameron Brewer.

Roland Sands will also join Mark Kariya for the unique SuperHooligan Relay Race where the two riders will exchange the motorcycle mid-race.

Also on the card for the evening is a unique SuperHooligan Relay Race that will feature the Indian Scout Sixty SuperHooligan racers being joined by motorcycle magazine writers. Look for this unique event where two riders will exchange the motorcycle mid-race to earn ultimate team bragging rights. Roland Sands and Mark Kariya (Motorcyclist Magazine), Cameron Brewer and Scott Rousseau (, Don Galloway and Michael Lawless (Sportbike Inc), Jordan Graham and Ed Subias (Hot Bike Magazine), and Gary Inman (Sideburn Magazine) and Kyle Wyman (RoadRacing World and Motorcycle Technology) are the teams for that race.

Saturday’s action is brought to you by Rip City Riders, the California Flat Track Association and Indian Motorcycle. Spectator gates open at 5 p.m., racing begins at 6:30 p.m.