2014 Indian Chieftain and Chief Vintage Test As we meander our way through life, we[...]
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When he was growing up in the late 1970s, riding a Kawasaki KZ650, Scott Carey from Pecatonica, Ill., considered the 903cc Kawasaki Z1 the quintessential superbike of its day.
Friday night is burnout night at the Chip and you won’t want to miss this one. The Legendary Buffalo Chip is holding its Second Annual Baker Burnout Drags Competition, followed by an audience participation group burnout on Friday, August 7 during the Sturgis Rally. The competition is a raw execution of power, precision and skill is guaranteed to get your motor running.
The high octane, tournament-style Baker Burnout Drags Competition brought to you by Baker Drivetrain and the Legendary Buffalo Chip will come to a head during Friday night’s entertainment line-up.
Motorcyclist enthusiasts around the country are applauding the re-launch of Indian Motorcycle Company. With a brand new factory located in Kings Mountain, NC, a management team that has spent the past two years studying the trends in the American motorcycle market and shareholders who know exactly how to engineer the re-launch of an icon like Indian, because they did the same for Chris-Craft boats, Indian is on a successful track to make it all work.
The all-new, reengineered Indian Chief is a powerful work of art.