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Spotted At AIMExpo: National Moto & Cycle

If you’ve ever found yourself longing for a 1901 Indian but find yourself a little short on the funds to actually buy one, perhaps this moped (yes, you read that right) from National Moto & Cycle can help you scratch your vintage Indian itch. For about $5,400, you could own this cool-looking replica, and because the engine only displaces 49cc, you wouldn’t need a license to ride it – or you could just use the pedals to ease on down the road.

Motorcycle.com Staff

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