Congratulations to one of our very own riders and VP of Indian Motorcycle, Steve Menneto.
In honor of Memorial Day, we asked our fans to share their military Indian Motorcycle stories and photos with us.
Gus from Florida was our first two-wheel salute winner!
Ride safe with the following tips.
Indian Motorcycle is joining The Cannon Ball Project on a specially modified Indian® Chief® Vintage.
Larry Barnes Shares his 3 Generation Story about his Indian 101 Scout
Kevin Kuhner shares his satisfying ownership experience thus far
Dave Schubel shares his story about restoring his Indian 4
Join your fellow riders in making history with the Indian Motorcycle Riders Group™.
Robert Martin shares memories of restoring his Indian Sport Scout
Powerful, stylish, and aerodynamic. That describes the Super Chief train – and the motorcycle it inspired, the Indian Chieftain.
Randall Love tells the story of his limited edition 2014 Chieftain
See why riders everywhere are making the choice to join the Indian Motorcycle® family.
See all the Indian Motorcycle® fun from an action packed Daytona Bike Week 2014
Mike Wolfe, American picker and owner of a 2014 Indian® Chieftain™, invites riders from all eras to join the new Indian Motorcycle Riders Group™.
Lonnie Hannah’s father built an Indian® Warrior from parts he got while working in a shop. Years later, Lonnie was part of the Polaris team that built the all-new 2014 Indian® Chief® from the ground up. Watch this lifelong rider and Harley Davidson owner make the choice to commemorate his passion with an Indian® Motorcycle® tattoo.
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.
HISTORY® looks back at the rich history of America’s first motorcycle company, Indian Motorcycle®. Shortly after taking to the open road in the early 1900s, Indian Motorcycle® began dominating on the racetrack, and its motorcycles provided invaluable support for allied forces in WW I and WW II. Celebrate Indian Motorcycle’s storied past in this short vignette.
Join HISTORY® for a fascinating look at the passionate people and impressive innovation behind America’s First motorcycle company, Indian Motorcycle®. America fell in love with the freedom, adventure and excitement Indian Motorcycle provided.