2019 Indian Roadmaster Thunder Black is rated out of 5 by 1131.
Rated 4 out of 5 by R Hoyt from True icon I bought this beauty late 2016. In diamond blue. I wasn’t keen on owning the color but it was my wife’s choice. What an amazing color though. I have had people follow me in cars as well as bikes just to ask me what the color is. As far as the ride goes, the goldwing might be smoother, MAYBE. As far as speed goes, I think the Harley is a little faster to respond, but Indian is far better in comfort and handling at any speed. Nothing against Harley guys(I will possibly get a street glide next), but the Indian is the first and proves you don’t have to buy a Harley cause everyone else has one. But what you like, not what everyone else likes.
Date published: 2018-01-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by DANROCMAC from Amazing bike, but needs work. Bike is great. Love the styling and power and features that come with the bike. Hate the paint job. HATE is a strong word but after having my fenders replaced on my second Road Master, the new replacement fenders are rusting even sooner than the original set. Polaris needs to do something about the quality of their paint jobs because rust is not something I should be fighting back within a few months of ownership. Quality Assurance checks would probably fix this, but what do I know. This will not deter me from Riding this bike, I just have to be very adamant about keeping up with the constant paint issues. Dealership has been very helpful with replacing all parts under warranty.
Date published: 2018-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by Spanky1965 from LOVE MY INDIAN ROADMASTER I bought my bike in july 2015....have 8000 km on it now and it just had its 2nd service. My dealership in Calgary , Alberta , Canada has been top notch , amazing service and would recommend them anytime. i have had no problems with the bike whatsoever. i had taken numerous bikes out last year ( Harleys , Honda , Kawasaki ) and then Indians....OMG was solk and hooked immediately . have added some thins like the stage 1 and 2. added Vance and Hines turndown pipes. the performance is awesome and actually getting even better gasmilage on the highway ( at 100 kmph am getting around 4.7 / 100 and at 120 kmph am getting 5.6 / 100 ) . the sound is deep and thundering..would recommend this bike to anyone...handles like a dream...
Date published: 2016-06-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by Al C from Great Ride I bought my 2017 Roadmaster new at the Indian Dealer in Pensacola, Florida. This was my third Indian, as I started with a 2014 Chieftain. The handling and the ride of the Roadmaster is just amazing. I recently took a 2000+ mile ride with a friend, and I can tell you that this bike handled great in the teaming rain that we road in, and was very easy to control. It is so well balanced that most I speak with are convinced that the Indian is the bike for them as soon as they take one off the kickstand. So with all that if you just take one off it's kickstand and take a test ride, you also will be convinced that Indian is the bike for you.
Date published: 2018-01-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by MOG5417 from Very Easy to Ride At first I was skeptical about buying such a large bike for my first ride. I AM SO HAPPY I DID! 5'10" 245 lbs worth of "GLAD". The Roadmaster instantly helped me gain the confidence that I needed and after one month of riding and 1200 miles under my belt, I AM EXTREMELY PLEASED! I tested every bike out there and have nothing negative to say about any other brand, but I truly felt instantly comfortable at intersections and made several U turns the first week, I must admit I did spend hours in the BRC parking lot course on the Norfolk Naval Base in my off time. Anyway, "GEAUX INDIAN"! Looking forward to many miles of pleasure!
Date published: 2018-05-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by Friends call me D from Too new to tell This bike is awesome, it is my dream bike.. I am headed to the dealer in a week or two for the 500 mile check up . I will give them a chance to fix an issue that is causing me to lose sleep at night, before I pass judgement .The alignment is screwed up.it pulls to the left and the handle bars of course are not straight and the gauges are tipped as a result. How can a 30,000 bike leave the factory like this.Come on Indian you are better than this. Look at the Forum.net and see all the alignment problems out there and the problems some are having getting dealerships to fix it.. I have faith that my dealer will do the right thing and all will end well.
Date published: 2016-03-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by Chief Furball from Returned from a Long Ride to Alaska I have owned my 2017 Roadmaster since November of 2016. For the first six months I enjoyed riding the bike locally, but this summer I rode from Los Angeles, CA to Fairbanks, AK. The trip took 32 days and I traveled on my Roadmaster just under 9,000 miles. The ALCAN highway (especially near the Canadian - Alaskan border) is an unforgiving road with long patches of construction, gravel and potholes. This would be a perfect testing ground for any of the motorcycle manufacturers. The bike performed without a single problem or issue, exceeding all my expectations. Traveled with a couple of Harley's and they required multiple visits to dealerships along the way to address a bad rear wheel bearing, failed TPMS device, broken front windshield and loose exhausts.
Date published: 2017-08-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bertha from Expensive, but you get what you pay for. I like this motorcycle a lot. This is my third motorcycle in my life and probably going to be the last one for a while. From the power features to the insanely powerful motor, it has everything my Road Star didn't and more. It runs very hot hot which is my only real complaint ESPECIALLY for the ride side passenger leg/foot area, but with an 1811cc air cooled & oil cooled engine, it almost comes with the territory. Other than that the bike seems very solid and full of features that I will never get tired of. I bought this motorcycle primarily for riding 2 up since I don't own a car, I want my motorcycle to do EVERYTHING, and this comes close.
Date published: 2016-10-05