Indian Motorcycle debut Chief at European Bike Week®
European motorcyclists can catch their first glimpse of the all new Indian Chief at the world famous biker festival - held annually in the stunning surroundings of Faaker See, Carinthia, Southern Austria - between August 31st and September 8th 2013
Indian Motorcycles have announced a bold unveiling of the new Chief at Europe’s largest festival of American motorcycles, just weeks after the first bikes are seen by the American public at the 73rd annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, in Sturgis, South Dakota. Faaker See attracts around 70,000 riders from all corners of continental Europe and beyond, and what better venue to highlight the triumphant return of the Original American Motorcycle.
Visitors to the Indian Motorcycle display, situated in the Biker’s Power Village, can look forward to a chance to inspect the all new Thunderstroke 111 engine up-close, be the among the first to take a seat on a 2014 Chief, and to register for the very first bikes on-sale in Europe. The latest range of Indian Motorcycle accessories and apparel will also be available on sale.
In addition, Sala Motor-Drom’s Wall of Death team will perform throughout the festival. Originally created as a publicity stunt to showcase Indian’s early “oil-tight” engines in the 1900’s, the awesome Sala motordrome was built in Sweden in 1937 and still features two 600cc Indian Scouts from 1923 and 1925. The death-defying shows will take place throughout the day between 11am and 10pm and are not to be missed. To find out more visit www.sala-motordrome.nl
The Indian Motorcycle display will be open to visitors from Saturday 31st August between 1pm - 9pm, then between 11am - 9pm daily thoughout the event.