As we embraced in our family Indian Motorcycle let’s get teased whit a glimpse of history.
We are going to jump into this new world, a world dominated by the first American motorcycle company born.
From, the number one motorcycle created in the just began 1900 to its flagship models, the Scout and the Chief, Indian can claim to be the oldest brand.
George Hendee and Carl Oscar Hedstrom, the founders, presented the first V-Twin in 1907 and continued to collect successes.
Its crew was made up of legendary racers and quite a lot of records have been reached, like the land speed one in the Bonneville Salt Lake by Munro.
It seems like a long time ago, but pictures and history transport us there and make us wish to have been part of it.
After the Great Depression, it has returned; in 2011 Indian reached a peak and started to increase.
In 2013, during the night of August 3rd, three models were presented: The Chief classic, the Chief Vintage and the Chieftain.
During Daytona Bike Week 2014, Indian was in the spotlight with its Chief, the right combo between history and technology.
But some rumours started moving about the brand-new Indian Scout. The riders of the Wall of Death in Sturgis made everyone shake speeding with this new stylish liquid cooled.
The last two models unveiled are the FTR1200 and the FTR750.
Its expression of freedom and the high technical way in, which Indian motorcycles are produced today, brought us to this choice.
We are now developing parts for this well-thought-out and developed bike.
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