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2010 Indian Chief Roadmaster Photo Gallery

See pictures of the eye-catching styling of the 2010 Indian Chief Roadmaster then read Bryan Harley's First Ride article for one of the first reviews on the recently resurrected iconic American motorcycle.

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The pulse of the new Indian Chiefs is provided by a proprietary 45-degree air-cooled V-Twin with closed-loop fuel injection.
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The soft, distressed brown leather saddlebags and seat tie in to the vintage styling of the 2010 Indian Chief Roadmaster. The seat is ultra-plush and comfy.
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We couldn't think of a more fitting motorcycle to visit the Crazy Horse Memorial on than one of the new Indians.
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The chassis on the 2010 Indian Chief Roadmaster keeps it stable and on line in turns.
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The handlebars on the 2010 Chief Roadmaster are slightly higher than its competitors while the riding position is easy-going and upright.
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The die-cast console on the tank includes a speedo and multi-function displays like a low fuel light and neutral indicator.
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The Chief Roadmaster we tested came with a nifty chrome luggage rack and a small passenger backrest.
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Motorcycle USA's Cruiser Editor gives the 2010 Indian Chief Roadmaster a big thumbs up for its chassis and transmission but a thumbs down for its brakes.
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Nothing says Indian Motorcycles more than its signature deeply valanced front fenders.
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South Dakota's Crazy Horse Memorial was a perfect backdrop for the impressive styling of the 2010 Indian Chief Roadmaster.
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The Indian is comfortable at highway speeds until the rigid-mounted engine becomes real vibey at higher rpm.
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It wouldn't be an Indian Motorcycle without the Chief cloissone decorating the front fender.
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The Roadmaster's front end features a tear drop-shaped Halogen headlamp and auxiliary lighting. The windscreen is detachable, and the stock mirrors deserve props for offering a great field of view.
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The soft leather saddlebags of the '10 Chief Roadmaster not only provide generous storage but contribute to the bike's classic looks.
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Since we were testing the 2010 Indian Chief Roadmaster in Sturgis, we had to pay a visit to the Crazy Horse Memorial.
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We bellied up to the bar for a pint of sarsaparilla at Deadwood's infamous Saloon No. 10.
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The new Chief's powertrain is comprised of a 1702cc engine mated to a six-speed transmission teamed with two-into-one stainless steel exhaust.
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A 45-degree pushrod engine with a 3.966 X 4.25 bore/stroke gets the wheels on the '10 Roadmaster rolling.