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The all-new 2015 Indian Scout revives and honors a legendary Indian model name.
Hear from Industrial Design Director, Greg Brew and lead designer on the Scout, Rich Christoph.
The all-new 2015 Indian Scout has clean lines, genuine leather solo saddle and effortless power.
Each bike in the 2015 Indian Motorcycle lineup was designed with a careful nod to the past, yet focused on the open road ahead.
The all-new 2015 Indian Roadmaster has arrived and there’s a reason this bike has earned its name.
Watch this product overview video to learn more about this new touring motorcycle to join the Indian motorcycle line-up.
New 2015 Indian Motorcycle models feature two-tone paint. Look for more information, including features, pricing, and more during the full-line up reveal on August 2.
Bringing history live on the roads of India, Polaris India Pvt. Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of Polaris Industries Inc., the world leader in Off-Road and All-Terrain Vehicles has inaugurated the country’s first Indian Motorcycle® showroom in Gurgaon, Haryana.
Indian Motorcycle Gurgaon Now appointed as the 1st Indian Motorcycle Dealership
Hear why Mike Wolfe is excited about the future of Indian Motorcycle® and why Polaris® is the right home for the brand as it rides into the future.
The Chief® Story
American picker Mike Wolfe shows Greg Brew, Director of Indian Motorcycle® Industrial Design, some of his favorite Indian Motorcycle® picks from over the years, as the two discuss the brand’s significance in American motorcycle history.
Legendary. That defines Indian Motorcycle®. America’s first motorcycle company, Indian Motorcycle® has the richest heritage on two wheels. From global racing dominance, to leading the charge in the fight for freedom, to innovative engineering and visionary thinking that changed motorcycling forever, Indian Motorcycle® has set the pace for over a century. Enjoy browsing through this photo album featuring highlights of our storied past.
Style meets swagger: That’s the new Indian® Chief® Vintage.
The new Indian® Chieftain™ offers a new look but boasts the same soul of Indian® motorcycles of the past.
Take a closer look at the 2014 Indian® Chief® Classic.
Heritage Ride Video
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.
Photos from the Heritage Ride,