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Indian Motorcycle takes bagger style to another level with new Chieftain Limited and Chieftain Elite

Minneapolis, Minn., April 4— The new standard in bagger design and style is here.  That’s what Indian Motorcycle accomplished with the new custom-inspired Chieftain Limited and Chieftain Elite. For these bold new 2017 Chieftains, Indian Motorcycle’s designers added tons of style with a variety of features that provide a more sleek, meaner look than ever before. The new offerings represent a ...

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Indian Motorcycle introduces limited edition Jack Daniel’s Indian Chieftain

Minneapolis, March 13—Indian Motorcycle, America’s first motorcycle company, and the Jack Daniel Distillery, America’s first registered distillery, today announced the availability of a Limited Edition Jack Daniel’s Indian Chieftain. The new custom-inspired Chieftain marks the second year the two iconic American trailblazers have joined forces to build a unique V-twin-powered celebration of American craftsmanship. The motorcycle brings together two brands ...

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Indian Motorcycle to sponsor six American Flat Track races

Daytona Beach, Fla., March 9—Indian Motorcycle—making its return to major competition after a 64-year hiatus—will sponsor six American Flat Track events in addition to partnering with the NBCSN television and FansChoice.tv broadcasts of all 18 races on the expanded 2017 schedule. The Minnesota-based manufacturer will be the presenting sponsor of the Atlanta Short Track at Dixie Speedway in Woodstock, Georgia, on ...

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New Harley-Davidson Street Rod is tuned for dynamic urban performance

Milwaukee, March 9—The new Harley-Davidson Street Rod motorcycle is a muscular middle-weight built to blitz the city streets. An addition to the Harley-Davidson Street model family, the Street Rod is agile, powerful and tuned for maneuvering through traffic and congestion. Steeped in tough Harley-Davidson Dark Custom styling, bearing a stance that’s poised and aggressive, the Street Rod always looks ready ...

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Indian Motorcycle Introduces the Roadmaster Classic

Wayne, N.J., Feb. 25—Indian Motorcycle has released a new model for 2017—the Roadmaster Classic. And on February 25, Indian Motorcycle dealerships across the country unveiled the mid-year model to the public. That same day, I stopped by Indian Motorcycle Wayne to check out the stylish new ride, resplendent in leather and chrome. Our sister publication, Rider magazine, had an opportunity ...

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Indian Motorcycle debuts newly crafted Roadmaster Classic

Minneapolis, Feb., 21— Welcome back, Americana. Indian Motorcycle, America’s First Motorcycle Company, is proud to present the newly crafted Roadmaster Classic, a bike that reimagines what a heritage-inspired American touring motorcycle can be by blending iconic styling with the ultimate in modern touring amenities. Paying homage to the iconic styling cues of past Indian motorcycles, the Indian Roadmaster Classic features ...

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Harley-Davidson Milwaukee-Eight 107 Engine Part 2: A whole new game

Let’s take up here, where we left off last issue. Last time, we covered the most obvious and important “features” of The Motor Company’s latest power plant. This time around, the focus is on the many not inconsiderable improvements and innovations applied to the “supporting players” which collectively make the new Milwaukee-Eight the best Harley Big Twin ever made. To ...

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Harley-Davidson Model Year 2017 overview: Shaking the pack

For 2017 The Motor Company’s introduction of the stunning new Milwaukee-Eight engines on the Touring and Trike models has grabbed the headlines and essentially sucked all the air out of the room for the other five OE model platforms in the line-up. That’s to be expected, naturally, since realizing the full impact of that new clean-sheet Big Twin mill, and ...

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The Early History of Indian: Part 3: Indian Motocycle is born

The story that George Hendee first met Oscar Hedstrom in December 1899 during the races at Madison Square Garden is possible, but not likely, and it certainly wasn’t at the New York Cycle and Auto Show the following month. It remains pure speculation as to when and where they first met, but since both men were bicycle builders and racing ...

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