Indian® Motorcycle Company is one of Americas oldest and most iconic motorcycle brands. It first went out of business in the 1950s but was resurrected under new ownership in the 1990s. However, despite adventurous plans and some promising new product, that iteration of the company went under in 2004. But a historic marque never dies, and the Indian nameplate was dusted off with new ownership and a facility based in North Carolina. The company will be focused on product development and engineering in 2007. With the Chief as a platform, several distinct versions will be produced, all with the PowerPlus engine.
Motorcycle.com’s video review of the 2017 Indian Roadmaster Classic.
We’re only two weeks away from the official racing debut of Indian’s new FTR750
Indian’s Director of Marketing Reid Wilson says the company will venture into new motorcycle segments within the next two to three years.
If the Roadmaster was a Chieftain with a trunk, the Classic is a Roadmaster for fans of leather.
Polaris’ 2016 fiscal report offers a look at the struggles of Victory Motorcycles and how the company will push Indian and Slingshot going forward.
Following Polaris’ decision to shut down Victory Motorcycles, we speak to Steve Menneto, Polaris VP of motorcycles about where the company goes next.
The MO staff heads into the American Southwest in search of ghost towns.
Who better to help us test Indian’s new Scout FTR750 flat tracker than seven-time AMA Grand National Champion Chris Carr?
It’s not like Yamaha is simply cruising to an easy victory in the value category year after year – the FZ-07 really is a fantastic motorcycle at a spectacular price.
Best Cruiser of the Year Winner: Indian Scout Sixty
With the unveiling of the Indian Scout FTR750, American dirt-track racing will soon be blessed with a pair of 750cc V-Twin racers from a pair of American factories.
Peace, love and understanding is what we’re all about here at MO, man, and on this excellent junket to the great Midwest, we made some serious
Each of these urban sport cruisers is a winner if it’s the one sitting in your garage
What this country needs is a great $9,000 motorcycle made in America by Americans, a bike that will be great, trust me on this, a bike that’ll be huuge.