2011 Sturgis Motorcycle Rally
Celebrating its 110th birthday, Indian Motorcycle’s entire 2012 lineup will be displayed in Sturgis for the 71st annual motorcycle rally this August.
Polaris Industries Inc. (NYSE: PII) has reported it will keep some of its engine manufacturing operations in Osceola, Wis.
This announcement comes in response to stronger than projected growth in recent months for Polaris, which recently acquired the Indian Motorcycle brand.
Indian In Canada
Indian Motorcycles presented the new 2011 Chief Blackhawk and Dark Horse colors to the public at the North America International Motorcycle Supershow at International Centre in Canada on Jan. 7, 2011. Inspired by the Art Deco era, the Blackhawk and Blackhawk Dark are new-for-2011 special edition Chief motorcycle models.
On Monday, November 9, 2009, ABC News will film a feature on Indian Motorcycle Company, highlighting the revival of this historic brand amid America’s struggling automotive and motorcycle manufacturing industry.
Good Morning America’s Bill Weir will ride a 2010 Indian Chief as he joins Indian Motorcycle on a trip through the North Carolina mountains to Deal’s Gap, the famed "Tail of the Dragon" hailed by many as the best motorcycling road in the USA.
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Rolling south toward Kings Mountain, N.C., the smooth, three-lane interstate gently twists and bends, slowly climbing ahead of me into the distance. Edged by a lush wall of trees shouting out their early summer colors, the moving picture is framed with a perfectly blue, cloudless sky.
Indian Motorcycle’s entire 2010 Indian Chief motorcycle lineup is on display in Sturgis for the 69th annual motorcycle rally. Indian Motorcycle will display the new 2010 Chief Bomber and Dark Horse to the public for the first time. Indian Motorcycle accessories will also be on display and apparel will be available for purchase. The show truck is on display at 4th and Lazelle Street in downtown Sturgis as well as the Buffalo Chip.
2010 Chief Bomber
Indian Motorcycle announced it summer sales event with a reduction in the price of the 2009 Chief Standard motorcycle. Effective immediately the MSRP of the Chief Standard motorcycle has been reduced to $25,999.
Short Fender Standard: $25,999
Long Fender Standard: $28,999