2015 Indian Roadmaster First Ride

Posted at 7/30/2014 3:17:14 PM

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2015 Indian Roadmaster First Ride

The 2015 Indian Roadmaster revives one of the company's most luxurious model monikers from the 1940s, and does it one better, becoming the most comfortable and touring-capable Indian motorcycle yet. Read the full review: 2015 Indian Roadmaster First Ride


Posted at 8/1/2014 9:51:42 AM

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The one question that never seems to get answered, is it a crotch cooker?

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Posted at 8/2/2014 9:50:09 AM

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At 900 lb dry it's a biggie, loafing along with the big vee twin would be ok, but certainly not going to keep pace with a Goldwing. Still the muggliest other of the touring bike world.

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Posted at 9/3/2014 7:43:43 AM

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I am not a fan of the passenger seat nor the lowers on the bike. The art Deco in me says no no no no no.....LOL

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Posted at 9/22/2014 3:40:02 PM

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It's a bit too vintage for me as well... sayeth the guy who rides a space ship!

But there are a lot of folks who really like that look. I still love that engine. By far the best part of the package.

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Posted at 9/23/2014 1:18:44 PM

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RaptorFA said:It's a bit too vintage for me as well... sayeth the guy who rides a space ship!

But there are a lot of folks who really like that look. I still love that engine. By far the best part of the package.


the rest of the bike is hell a cool to me. its just the back seat and the lowers that make it look hideous to me. that back seat screams grand ma's plastic covered couch to me.

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Posted at 10/2/2014 12:12:48 PM

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I agree, it's looking a little outdated somehow....not my style.

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