On August 3 at the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum and Hall of Fame, Indian Motorcycle unveiled three new motorcycles as part of their 2014 line: the 2014 Indian Chief Classic, 2014 Indian Chief Vintage, and 2014 Indian Chieftain.
The first 1901 Indian Chiefs to roll off Indian’s assembly line in Spirit Lake, IA, will be identified with a limited-edition badge. Numbered between one and 1901, these rare bikes will reflect the year of Indian’s inception by Oscar Hedstrom and George Hendee in Springfield, MA. More information is available at Indian Motorcycle dealers across the country.
Indian Motorcycle is adding dealerships across the US and globally, and plans to have 125-140 North American and 70 international dealers by year end. The full line of 2014 Indian Chief models are available for order now and will arrive in dealerships in September, along with an extensive array of apparel, parts, and accessories. Indian Motorcycle demo rides will be available at dealer events across the country starting later in August. To learn more, visit www.indianmotorcycle.com.