Dimitri Coste is a Parisian photographer, filmmaker and motorcycle enthusiast. His has always been fascinated and inspired by the southern Californian lifestyle, one of his strongest attractions is flat-track racing.
This motivated him to modify a stock Indian Scout to a flat track hooligan bike which he races all around Europe at different events.
When Dimitri isn’t sliding sideways around the track, he is on the street by changing the front wheel, refitting the front brake and adding the headlight and license plate.
“My bike started as a stock Indian Scout and I fitted a Roland Sands Super Hooligan kit that’s custom made for the Scout,” says Dimitri. “All that remains from the original bike now is the frame, the engine and gas tank. The RSD kit is a custom fit job and only took me about two days of work to install.”