1946 Indian Chief on 2040-motos
Batesville, Indiana, United States
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Classic Indian Chief non-matching numbers, but a beautiful show or go classic. Rode her in several poker runs last season. Always the hit of the run. Starts easy, runs and shifts great. Have had the bike a couple of years, but don't know any history.
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Polaris Acquires French Quadricycle-maker Aixam MegaThu, 11 Apr 2013
Polaris has added another brand to its growing list of acquisitions, buying out Aixam Mega S.A.S., a French manufacturer of light-duty commercial vehicles and quadricycles – small four-wheeled enclosed vehicles that can be driven, in some markets, without an automobile driver’s license. Aixam Mega joins Polaris’ portfolio which already includes Victory Motorcycles, Indian Motorcycles, electric vehicle makers Global Electric Motorcars and Groupil. Like GEM and Groupil, Axiam Mega produces small vehicles, though its products include both electric and diesel-powered vehicles.
The Indian Motorcycle Company has registered new motorcycle namesTue, 02 Jun 2020
The Guardian and Pursuit names will apparently be the versions based on the new Indian Challenger. Introduced at the end of last year, the Indian Challenger immediately attracted some attention thanks to very interesting "stuffing". It is equipped with a liquid-cooled overhead engine with a displacement of 1769cc PowerPlus - the most powerful V-twin in Indian history, it develops 122 hp at 5500 rpm and 178 Nm at 3800 rpm.
Help Metzeler Design A Bike, Then Ride ItMon, 10 Mar 2014
Metzeler is partnering with custom bike shop Indian Larry Motorcycles to build a priceless custom motorcycle, uniquely built with input from motorcycle fans via the Metzeler USA Facebook page. The entire event will be documented on Facebook in a web series starting March 17 and ending with a lucky fan taking off on a “Follow Your Dream” ride vacation on the custom bike. Fans get the chance to win by sharing why they deserve the “Dream Ride” at facebook.com/metzelerUSA from March 10 through June 6, 2014.
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