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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.

The pulse of the new Indian Chiefs is provided by a proprietary 45-degree air-cooled V-Twin with closed-loop fuel injection.
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.
We couldn't think of a more fitting motorcycle to visit the Crazy Horse Memorial on than one of the new Indians.
The chassis on the 2010 Indian Chief Roadmaster keeps it stable and on line in turns.
The handlebars on the 2010 Chief Roadmaster are slightly higher than its competitors while the riding position is easy-going and upright.
The die-cast console on the tank includes a speedo and multi-function displays like a low fuel light and neutral indicator.
The Chief Roadmaster we tested came with a nifty chrome luggage rack and a small passenger backrest.
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.
Nothing says Indian Motorcycles more than its signature deeply valanced front fenders.
South Dakota's Crazy Horse Memorial was a perfect backdrop for the impressive styling of the 2010 Indian Chief Roadmaster.
The Indian is comfortable at highway speeds until the rigid-mounted engine becomes real vibey at higher rpm.
It wouldn't be an Indian Motorcycle without the Chief cloissone decorating the front fender.
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.
The soft leather saddlebags of the '10 Chief Roadmaster not only provide generous storage but contribute to the bike's classic looks.
Since we were testing the 2010 Indian Chief Roadmaster in Sturgis, we had to pay a visit to the Crazy Horse Memorial.
We bellied up to the bar for a pint of sarsaparilla at Deadwood's infamous Saloon No. 10.
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.
A 45-degree pushrod engine with a 3.966 X 4.25 bore/stroke gets the wheels on the '10 Roadmaster rolling.