The all-new 2015 Indian Roadmaster has arrived and there’s a reason this bike has earned its name.
Indian Motorcycle is excited to announce that for the month of July Indian Motorcycle is customizing its Classic. For this month only, customers that purchase a new 2014 Indian Chief Classic will receive an accessory package.
Indian Motorcycle is delighted to announce that we are presenting partners for an all-new TV Show called ManSpace. Manspace is now on weekly on Go!
Check out the details from the historic Indian Motorcycle Launch in New Zealand. Landing in the home of the World’s Fastest Indian, Burt Munro the new Indian Motorcycle was unveiled in style!
Indian Motorcycle has partnered with Shannon's Insurance to offer a truly amazing opportunity to not only visit some famous American cities and events, but also take home a true American icon by way of an all- new 2014 Indian Chief Classic valued at $28,995 ride away.
Indian Motorcycle is joining The Cannon Ball Project on a specially modified Indian® Chief® Vintage.
Take a Quikspin on the Indian Chieftain with AMCN journalist Oscar Kornyei.
Indian Chief review by ARR, Mick Matheson.
Indian Motorcycle review by Heavy Duty’s Neale Brumby.
Indian Chief review by Live to Ride’s LOAF. “All the bikes harken back to the past with their styling yet they are chock full of modern technology.”
Check out Video of the Indian Motorcycle Launch in Sydney.
Powerful, stylish, and aerodynamic. That describes the Super Chief train – and the motorcycle it inspired, the Indian Chieftain.
Indian Motorcycle Australia is thrilled to announce the appointment of two new dealerships, Brisan Motorcycles in Newcastle and Motorcycle Territory in Darwin.
Indian Motorcycle Australia is thrilled to announce the imminent opening of its newest dealership, Indian Motorcycle Brisbane in late November.
You chose the right bike, now make it truly your own.
Premium materials, quality construction - and iconic Indian Motorcycle® branding.
Check out photos of the Indian Motorcycle Launch in Sydney.
Photos from the Heritage Ride,
Burt Munro of Invercargill, New Zealand, set the world's land speed record on this heavily modified 1920 Indian® Scout® in 1967 at the legendary Bonneville Salt Flats. Burt began modifying his Indian® Scout® in 1926, and by the time he made it to the salt, it was such a unique amalgam of custom-made components it needed to be torn down and rebuilt after every 10 minutes of run time. Built strictly for speed, the Munro Special was virtually void of any safety equipment. Burt was in pursuit of world-record speed, not safe travels.
Heritage Ride Video