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Indian Motorcycle Set to Reveal 2014 Indian Chief at Sturgis


Rider Magazine Staff
June 24, 2013

Indian Motorcycle released the schedule and additional details of the reveal of the all-new 2014 Indian Chief. Two and a half years in the making, the reveal party will be an inauguration to both the 73rd Annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally and this new motorcycle. Today’s news follows the company’s... Read more »

2014 Indian Chief to be Unveiled at Sturgis, Pricing Released


Press Release
May 14, 2013

Following the reveal of the all-new Thunder Stroke 111 engine at Daytona Bike Week, Indian Motorcycle has announced that the revival of the Indian Motorcycle brand will debut with the introduction of the 2014 Indian Chief. First introduced in 1922, the legendary Indian Chief is historically the brand’s... Read more »

Retrospective: Indian / Royal Enfield Chief 700cc: 1959-1961

1959 Indian Chief

Clement Salvadori
April 4, 2013

The history of the Indian motorcycle name gets a bit convoluted after the demise of the old company in 1953. Its last genuine model was the 80-inch (1,300cc) Chief. An English outfit called Brockhouse Engineering bought the name, and proceeded to sell English motorcycles through the Indian dealership... Read more »

Indian Motorcycle Unveils the Thunder Stroke 111 Engine

Indian Thunder Stroke 111 V-twin

Greg Drevenstedt
March 11, 2013

The reborn-yet-again Indian Motorcycle, this time under the auspices of Polaris Industries, which acquired the legendary company in 2011, reached a significant milestone over the weekend. At Daytona Beach Bike Week, where Indian was a powerhouse in motorcycle racing in the first half of the 20th century,... Read more »

New Indian Motorcycle Engine on Display March 9 in Florida


Rider Magazine Staff
February 19, 2013

The new Indian Motorcycle engine will be revealed during Daytona Beach Bike Week next month. The public is invited to see and hear the actual engine on Saturday, March 9, 2013, at 9 p.m. (EST) at Dirty Harry’s Pub on Main Street in Daytona Beach, Florida. This will be the first place that the public... Read more »

Indian Motorcycle has Updated the Free ‘Indian Rides’ Mobile App


Rider Magazine Staff
February 11, 2013

Indian Motorcycle just announced the availability of its enhanced “Indian Rides” mobile app, featuring new interactive functionality that allows fans of the brand to actively engage with the Indian Motorcycle Company. The must-have, rich media app made its public debut in January at the International... Read more »

When are we going to see the new Indian?


Rider Magazine Staff
February 8, 2013

Indian Motorcycle has posted the Indian Motorcycle Summit group interview on the Indian website. The “Indian Motorcycle Summit” press conference featured celebrity panelist Mike Wolfe and top executives from Indian Motorcycle including Steve Menneto, Gary Gray and designer Michael Song. The... Read more »

Indian Motorcycle Unveils the 2013 Indian Chief Vintage Final Edition

2013 Indian Chief Vintage Final Edition

Press Release
December 10, 2012

Indian Motorcycle unveiled the 2013 Indian Chief Vintage Final Edition, the final version of the Kings Mountain era of Indian Motorcycle, at the International Motorcycle Show in Long Beach, California last weekend. With a paint scheme emulating the iconic Indian Chief on display at the 1939 World’s... Read more »

Indian Motorcycle Introduces 2013 Chief Vintage Limited Edition

Credit Jim Gallop

Press Release
July 31, 2012

Indian Motorcycle is proud to debut for 2013 the elegant and powerful Chief Vintage Limited Edition. Featuring a pearl white and thunder black two-tone paint scheme, this bike is sure to turn heads on the open road. The LE also features stylish chrome accents, including chrome highway pegs and a chrome... Read more »

Indian Sport Scout 750cc: 1934-1942

Year/Model: 1942 Indian Sport Scout. Owner: David Anderson, Chicago, Illinois.

Clement Salvadori
May 2, 2012

Undoubtedly the most famous Indian Scout is the motorcycle belonging to New Zealander Burt Munro, of the movie, The World’s Fastest Indian. He bought it in 1920, one of the original Scouts – which were said to have a top speed of around 55 mph – and fiddled with it for the next 40-plus years, making... Read more »

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