2015 Indian Roadmaster Photo Gallery | Wallpaper

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2015 Indian Roadmaster Photo Gallery

Just ahead of the 74th Annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, Indian unveiled its newest model – the Roadmaster.

The name is nothing new; the first Roadmaster was built from 1947-1953, though that original model was far from the new one, which the Polaris-owned Indian calls a “luxury tourer.”

The Roadmaster takes the Chieftain, and builds upon it, adding many touring amenities. A few include the carpet-lined trunk that, with the hard sidebags, provides the Roadmaster with nearly 38 gallons of storage; enhanced leg room; heated grips; adjustable airflow lower fairing; and the “Horizon Windscreen” that features power adjustablility.

Besides these additions, and loads of chrome, the Roadmaster arrives with all premium features as standard equipment, such as ABS, tire-pressure monitoring system, keyless ignition, and an advanced infotainment system with GPS and Pandora integration.

The Roadmaster, powered by the same Thunder Stroke 111 that arrives in the entire Chief lineup, will be available in three colors – Thunder Black, Indian Motorcycle Red, and Two-Twone Indian Motorcycle Red/Ivory Cream. As for the price, it starts at $26,999.

Attached above is a photo gallery of the 2015 Indian Roadmaster. The bike is currently at Sturgis Motorcycle Rally (Aug. 2-9), along with the new Indian Scout, and is available for demo rides.

For a preview of Indian’s latest luxury tourer, visit 2015 Indian Roadmaster Unveiled.

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