Greg’s Garage 2014 Indian Chieftain Motorcycle ReviewIn Episode 2 of Greg’s Garage, host Greg White rides the 2014 Indian Chieftain, one of three Chiefs offered under the now-Polaris owned Indian Motorcycle.
The Chieftain – Indian’s first motorcycle to feature a fairing – arrives with the 111 Thunder Stroke V-twin, which produces an asphalt-tearing 119 ft/lbs of torque, and an surprisingly agile chassis for such a big machine.This arrives due to a slightly different chassis setup from the Chief Classic and Chief Vintage. The Chieftain actually has a shorter wheelbase than its brothers, thanks to a 25-degree rake reduced from 29. This offers a nimble machine in tighter corners and urban situations.Attached above is a video of Greg’s review of the 2014 Indian Chieftain. For more, check out Greg’s Garage. For a review of the 2014 Indian Chieftain bagger, click here.
Aprilia Tuono 660 Factory + Steve ’Stavros’ Parrish
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Hello everyone and welcome once again to Ultimate Motorcycling’s weekly podcast—Motos and Friends. My name is Arthur Coldwells.
Our first segment features the new Aprilia Tuono 660 Factory. Senior Editor Nic de Sena brings us his report on the flagship version of Aprilia’s upright middleweight machine. He gives us insight into whether it’s worth spending the extra money on the Factory version, and also of course, whether this sporting Aprilia is really the motorcycle for you.
The next guest segment of Motos and Friends is brought to you by the faster and most technologically advanced, 2023 Suzuki Hayabusa—one of the most iconic sportbikes ever. Check it out in person at your local Suzuki dealer now, or visit suzukicycles.com to learn more.
In this segment, Associate Editor Teejay Adams chats with (arguably) one of the most interesting Suzuki race riders of all time. the iconic RG500 alongside teammate double World Champion Barry Sheene. The two were almost as famous for their exploits off-track, as for their success on it. Those were the days! Steve also raced the Isle of Man TT for about ten years where he won 13 Silver Replicas, and got a podium finish. His insight into that particular brand of mayhem are fascinating.
But there’s waaay more to Steve Parrish than his motorcycle racing. He is also the most successful Semi-Truck racer ever, and, little known piece of useless trivia—he’s my birthday twin: 24th February. He is a natural entertainer and you can’t miss his recounting of the world’s most entertaining—and arguably terrifying—double-decker bus ride ever. If any of you were actually on that hell-ride then we’d love to hear from you!