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1951 Indian Brockhouse Brave on 2040-motos

$2,000
YearYear:0 MileageMileage:0
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San Diego, California

San Diego, CA

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Very rare 250cc Flathead engine; kicks over; 95% complete; needs restoration or garage art like I pre-owned it for. 1st $2000.00 takes it. Call. No texting.

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2014 Indian Motorcycle Demo Tour

Fri, 07 Feb 2014

If you’re considering purchasing a new Indian Chief or Chieftain, or are just curious about the bike’s performance, here’s your chance to take one for a spin. The Indian Motorcycle Demo Tour has 40 dates and cities on its calendar beginning this month with more events to be added. Check out the list below for a Demo Tour stop near you or go to the Tour’s website for updated information: www.indianmotorcycle.com.

Mahindra teaser video revealed

Tue, 14 Sep 2010

WE GAVE you the heads up last month on Mahindra Motorcycles' plans to enter the lucrative Indian motorcycle market - and here's a teaser video showing one of the company's machines on track in Italy. The Indian company will offer a variety of motorcycles, ranging from low-cost entry models to premium two-wheelers, said Anoop Mathur, the head of Mahindra’s motorcycle wing. The company is already an established scooter, 4x4 and tractor manufacturer.Despite their optimism, Mahindra is aware the company is moving into a competitve market, dominated primarily by Honda.

Indian Motorcycles Marque Of The Year For 2014 Vintage Motorcycle Days

Mon, 24 Feb 2014

Riding the wave of momentum from Indian’s long-awaited revival, for 2014, Indian Motorcycles will be the marque of the year at this year’s Vintage Motorcycle Days (VMD), held at the historic Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio, July 11-13. As this year’s celebrated marque, VMD will include special recognition, displays and race classes for historic Indian-brand motorcycles (including Indian “Motocycles” from the early days), as well as participation from the new Indian Motorcycle. VMD is open to all riders, regardless of what bike they ride.