Indian Racers Bill Tuman, Bobby Hill Grand Marshals at AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days

In the early 1950s, three underdog riders were winning AMA Grand Nationals against their better-funded factory rivals out of Europe and Milwaukee, Wis. Whether it was the Springfield Mile, the Charity Newsies or Daytona, Bill Tuman, Bobby Hill and Ernie Beckman put their Indian motorcycles on the top step of the podium.

Known as the Indian Wrecking Crew, Tuman, Hill and Beckman made an indelible mark on the history books and solidified Indian Motocycles’ reputation as one of the 20th Century’s greatest marques.

Laconia Rally News: Team American Iron To Race Classic Handshift Indian Motorcycle

Buzz Kanter, of Team American Iron, kickstarting his 1937 Indian Sport Scout racer.

If you are planning on attending the Laconia Rally in June you might consider swinging by the New Hampshire Motor Speedway to check out the classic motorcycle racing Saturday June 14 and Sunday June 15, 2014.

Indian Motorcycles Celebrated at AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days July 11-13

The American Motorcyclist Association is pleased to announce that Indian Motorcycle will be celebrated as the 2014 AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days Marque of the Year, July 11-13, at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio. AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days featuring Indian Motorcycle as Marque of the Year will include special recognition, displays and race classes […]

Daytona Bike Week 2014 Indian Motorcycle Rally

Friday, March 14th 2014 Official All-Indian Motorcycle Show. Open to all Indian and Indian-based motorcycles, from 1901 to 2014. Sponsored by Indian Motorcycles Host Location: Corbin Saddles 1433 N. HWY 1 Ormond Beach, FL 32174 Time: 10 am to 4 pm. Admission is free. Registration is free. Open from 10 am to 1pm with judging […]

Three New 2014 Indian Motorcycles Revealed In Sturgis Video

Here’s a quick video of Indian’s big night in Sturgis, SD. Three all new motorcycles were revealed for the first time, the Chieftain, the Classic Chief, and the Vintage Chief. Was fitting to have AIM’s Editor-In-Chief cover this one. Blog this! Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Buzz it up Share on […]

New Indian Chieftain Motorcycle Video

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The three all-new Indian motorcycles were revealed last night in Sturgis, SD. The Classic Chief. the Vintage Chief and the Chieftain. You can read all about them in the next issue of American Iron Magazine. In the meantime, here is a video on the had bagged Chieftain. Indian Chieftain Motorcycle Blog this! Bookmark on Delicious […]

American Iron News: Sturgis Motorcycle Rally

In addition to all the usual fun and adventure at the Sturgis rally we look forward to seeing our readers and your motorcycles, some of which we want to photograph and feature in our magazines. Also Indian is planning on unveiling the all new Indian Chief. And I would not be surprised if other manufacturers unveil new bikes too.

Dale Walksler’s What’s In The Barn Classic Motorcycle TV Show June 18

Finally, some TV worth watching. Our friend and classic motorcycle guru Dale Walksler of Wheels Through Time museum has a new TV show on Velocity Channel called What’s In The Barn. The show focuses on Dales searching out old and rare motorcycles in barns, basements and garages and getting them back in running condition.

INDIAN MOTORCYCLE REVEALS PRICES & UNVEILING OF ALL-NEW 2014 INDIAN CHIEF AT STURGIS RALLY

In addition to announcing the first model to come out of the Spirit Lake, Iowa production plant, pricing for the all-new 2014 Indian Chief will start at an MSRP of $18,999. Inventory is expected to be available at Indian Motorcycle dealerships throughout North America later in the year. Additional Indian Motorcycle dealerships will be opening across the country this summer to accommodate bike demand and service needs.

Indian Motorcycle Rally In May

In 10 years, the annual “Indian Rally on Indian Point” (IRIP), has become the largest Indian Motorcycle centered, motorcycle rally in the nation. Indians lead the way at this rally but all makes and models of bikes are welcome. As usual, the 10th edition will be situated in the Ozark hills on Indian Point Branson, Missouri.