One motorcycle legacy works with another as Indian looks to the latest Munro to pay tribute to a land speed record immortalized by an equally famous feature film.

One of the latest models from Indian Motorcycle is so popular, an expanded range of paint color options is being made available for the new Chieftain Limited.

As the calendar continues its ride into 2017, there are signs motorcycles may not be as popular as everyone seems to think they are.

American motorcycle manufacturer, Indian, have scored a new first and its nothing to do with their bikes. Making a debut in Indian’s apparel choices, its own line of performance eyewear.

Polaris, the parent company and manufacturer of Indian and Victory motorcycle brands as well as the Slingshot, disclosed how well the companies did during the first three months of 2017.

Fans of Indian motorcycles who want to ride the best of the best have two new choices from the historic brand, new custom-inspired Chieftain Limited and Chieftain Elite.

Out of all the incredible motorcycles found at Daytona Bike Week, at least three ride away with a prize. Indian Motorcycle announced the three winners of its Project Chieftain custom motorcycle contest.

Forget a third time, Indian Motorcycles and Jack Daniels have found the second is definitely a charm as the latest limited edition offering sells out in ten minutes.

Following a trend they created, Sturgis Buffalo Chip, Roland Sands and Carey Hart are building a pair of custom ‘hooligan race bikes’.

Two historic brands had such a good time when they came together last year they’re doing it again. Indian Motorcycle and Jack Daniels are creating another limited edition model.

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