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Cochera personalizada de Indian Motorcycle

The Indian Chief. Inspiration by design. The rest is up to you.

Motorcycle culture has always been about self-expression. From the bobbers of the ‘50s and '60s, straight through to the bare-bones choppers of the '70s. These bikes were the ultimate expressions of personal identity; handcrafted in steel with one-of-a-kind custom touches and eye-popping paint.

 

The reimagined Indian Chief models pay homage to that simpler time and individualism, providing the perfect canvas for self-expression. The flowing lines of its steel-tube frame and lean, mean aesthetic beg you to personalize it however the spirit moves you.

 

Inspiration by design. The rest is up to you. Make it your own.

For Perry Sands, his passion for customization began with the Indian Chief. Today, his son, Roland Sands, carries the torch in many ways. Now, the two work to bring back a very special piece of the family's history. With the help of Kiwi Mike, the Sands family works to bring a pivotal heirloom back to life; Perry's first custom build, based on a 1946 Indian Chief. Perry's story sets the stage for the new 2022 Indian Chief, as within its DNA is a bare-bones platform waiting for those with the will to do so, to tear it down and build it up again.

Carey Hart is a SX racer-turned FMX icon that inspired a generation of riders with his all-or-nothing style. Today, he brings the same fearless, boundary-breaking mentality that marked his motocross career, to the performance-inspired V-twin beasts he builds for the street. While the all-new Indian Chief takes inspiration from the past, Carey will look to push it even further into the future.

Paul Cox and Keino Sasaki played an instrumental role in defining Indian Larry’s signature East Coast chopper style, marked by a combination of ornate hand-craftsmanship and no-nonsense muscle. From mutated sheet metal, to handcrafted leather, to masterful pinstripes and paint, the two builders formed one of the most revered tandems in custom motorcycle history. Now after 15 years, Indian Motorcycle is reuniting them to bring their signature East Coast style to the all-new Indian Chief.

Go Takamine defined an entire style of customs and in doing so, created the unmistakable @bratstyle (go ahead, google Brat Style) aesthetic. Bratstyle is much more than reviving cherished vintage bikes or transforming modern machines into vintage-inspired nods to the past. It’s an attitude and a lifestyle of doing things the way they did in the glory days. Now Go will unleash Bratstyle on the all-new Indian Chief. 

Diseños recientes

Un reflejo verdadero de estilo y creatividad, prueba viva de que incluso las ideas más locas se pueden convertir en realidad.

Vista de perfil de una moto Chieftain Dark Horse personalizada por Carey Hart
Dorada
Moto Chieftain Dark Horse personalizada por Carey Hart
Vista de perfil de una moto Indian Scout personalizada por Brice Hennebert
Versión 2.0 de Appaloosa
Scout personalizada por Brice Hennebert
Vista de perfil de una Indian Scout Bobber personalizada por Luuc Muis
Búfalo con llamas ardientes a toda velocidad
Scout Bobber personalizada por Luuc Muis

Programas de diseño de personalización anteriores

Los diseñadores de todo el mundo han exhibido su mano de obra para competencias, eventos de caridad o solo para divertirse. Vea algunos de los programas de diseños personalizados que han transcurrido en el tiempo.

Vista de perfil de una Indian Scout blanca y negra personalizada
Proyecto Scout
Vista de perfil de una motocicleta Indian Chieftain personalizada
Proyecto Chieftain
Acercamiento de la parte delantera de una Indian Motorcycle personalizada
La llave de tuercas
Vista de perfil de una serie de artistas con una FTR 1200 personalizada
Serie de artistas

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