Indian Motorcycles Cruiser Models Photo Gallery
Models like this 1946 Chief helped Indian claim its share of the American-made heavyweight cruiser crown. The marque is putting the pieces together for its much-anticipated return to the ring in late Fall, 2007.
The iconic American motorcycle company prepares to make a comeback in 2009.
It usually takes just one look to recognize an Indian.
Indian Motorcycles opened two years prior to Harley-Davidson and enjoyed great success early on with quality engineering like this Oscar Hedstrom-designed 1000cc 1911 8-valve V-Twin Indian.
Indian Motorcycle fans still bring their bikes to Bonneville for a crack at the famous Salt Flats.
Stellican Ltd. has a history of rescuing iconic heritage American brands. Look at what they've accomplished with Chris-Craft. Can Stelllican's magic touch return Indian Motorcycles to glory?
In 1940, all models were fitted with the large skirted fenders that became an Indian trademark, and the Chief gained a new sprung frame at a time when Harley-Davidson's still had an unsprung rear end.
Indian Motorcycles will be powered by a revamped Powerplus 100 mill. Previously the Powerplus was a 45-degree V-Twin 100 cubic-inch 1638cc engine.
Since Godfrey, Franklin and Moorehouse swept 1st, 2nd, and 3rd aboard Indian motorcycles in the 1911 Isle of Man TT, racing and Indian have gone hand-in-hand.
The 1909 Indian that Erwin 'Cannonball' Baker rode to victory in one of the first races at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway had no brakes, no front fender, a tiny rear fender and double chain drive.
We ran across quite a few classically-styled Indians during our recent visit to the 2007 Laughlin River Run.
Coming soon to highways across the nation - the return of an American original, Indian Motorcycles.
It will be interesting to see how Indian combines styling cues from the past and blends them with contemporary styling cues that are relevant to today's consumer.
Indian motorcycles, like this 1911 Indian TT Racer, continue to garner a lot of attention among classic motorcycle collectors. A 1912 Indian 7-hp Twin recently sold at the Legends of the Motorcycle event for $46,800.
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