Indian Motorcycle

February 18, 2014

Daytona Bike Week 2014 Indian Motorcycle Rally & Show

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 from 1-3pm and awards to be given 3-4 pm.

The show is open to ALL Indian-badged motorcycles from 1901 to 2014, and trophies will be given to a wide variety of classes.  Indian-based custom bikes are also welcome, and there will be a special award for Best Indian-based Custom.

Awards will include trophies, plaques, and a variety of Indian gear, as well as gift certificates from Corbin Saddles.

The Cannonball Baker Long Rider Award Will be given to the Indian rider who rode his/her bike the farthest distance to the rally.

Filed under Events, Random Ideas by Staff Report

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January 26, 2014

Indian Motorcycle Takes to the Skies

Originally posted on Riding Vintage.

IndianAero05

The engine pictured above is one of two, 7 cylinder engines built by Hendee Manufacturing Company (the makers of Indian motorcycles) in 1911. They mark Indian’s brief entry into the field of aviation and were named the Indian Aero Motor. Indian’s design borrowed heavily from the French Gnome “Omega” engine, in particular using a fixed crankshaft around which the crankcase and cylinders rotate.  It was able to produce 50 hp at 1,100 rpm and with a displacement of 513 cubic inches, the Indian Aero Motor was not only powerful, but lightweight, weighing only 185 lbs.

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January 6, 2013

Very Cool Wall of Death Stripped Indian Motorcycle

I need a set of wheels like this for one of my old street bikes – perhaps a 1920s Harley JD.

I believe this is Lillian LaFrance on an early Wall of Death bike.

Filed under Motorcycles, Random Ideas by Buzz Kanter

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