‘We still use 1920s machines’
We started off using Indian Scouts back in 1928 and we’re still using them today, says Ken Fox. My Wall of Death bike is a 1926 Scout. It sounds perfect, looks perfect and handles brilliantly. Plus the build is great. You can let go of the bars as you’re flying round the wall, they’re just perfect. Mine has no rear suspension and the front has been beefed up with an extra two leaf springs because of the G-force pressure, we don’t want it squeezing the springs. I’ve also added an extra oil pump to help force oil through the system.