Raise the Bar
Motorcyclepedia’s row of 1930s & 40s Indian Scouts & Chiefs
As you can see, some companies still use the same architecture and design.
Better Left Untouched
Motorcyclepedia’s 1927 Indian Factory Racer
This unrestored race bike was found in 1973 in its current condition. It was originally used for flat track racing in the 1920s and was built specifically for the Indian Race Team.
Motorcyclepedia’s 1911 Indian Model C
One of the first Indian’s to have a headlamp, an actual lamp with a burning wick inside. Oh yeah, and a suspension…leaf springs that double as a fender!
Motorcyclepedia’s 1918 Indian 8-Valve Racer
Motorcyclepedia’s 1908 Indian Twin Racer
Restored original, frame #T666
Notice the second chain.. Manual pedaling system so technically it’s a hybrid.