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Glory Comes From Brave Beginnings.

Glory Comes From Brave Beginnings.

I’ve always identified with the biker culture, and its romantic, early 20th century predecessor, the biker subculture, because a motorcycle says a lot about who you are and the way you choose to live. It was, and still is, an expression of unconventionality, which is why I started this company more than 30 years ago.

Indian Motorcycle® continues to embrace that time in America when not everyone rode a bike on Sunday afternoon; a time when packing up and riding cross-country for work, exploration, or a new beginning, wasn’t so easy. It wasn’t just a hobby. It was a way of life.

When introduced in the 1920s, The Indian® Scout® was widely considered the best American bike on the road. When we learned that Indian Motorcycle was bringing it back, I wanted to be a part of it.

When you’re on the open road, the heat can pulsate off the asphalt, blurring what lies ahead. You don’t know what’s actually there unless you keep riding, exploding through the illusion, and into that unknown entity we call the future.

I have a suggestion on your mode of transportation.

Indian Scout (No. 5922). The new Indian Scout follows the same design principles that made the original an icon: 100-horsepower V-Twin powerhouse engine, cartridge fork front suspension, Pirelli® tires, lightweight, expertly balanced chassis that delivers an unmatched, agile ride. Genuine leather passenger seat and pegs. Seat height is 25.3” (lowest height in class). Blacked-out styling, electronic fuel injection, 6-speed transmission. Dry weight: 528 lbs. Fuel capacity: 3.3 gallons. Call for more specs and features.

Colors: Metallic Jade, Willow Green over Ivory Cream (ABS), Thunder Black over
Burgundy Metallic (ABS), Brilliant Blue over White (ABS).
Price: Starts at $11,499.

Indian Motorcycle®, Indian®, and Scout® are registered trademarks of Indian Motorcycle International, LLC.
Pirelli® is a registered trademark of PIRELLI & C.S.P.A.
Indian Motorcycle® is sold exclusively through authorized dealers.

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  1. So I lost a lot of weight. Good. To reinforce never gaining it back, I gave away a lot of fine clothing, much of it purchased from J. Peterman. Good, perhaps even nobly generous. Among the things irretrievably gone were 6 pairs of Moleskin trousers in four colors,none showing the least trace of wear, not even around the pockets as in J. Peterman’s own trousers. I’d really like to replace at least four of them, one in each color, but they’re not in the catalog any more.
    Will they be back? When?
    Or should I just go to Italy and hope to find your source?

    1. Hello Robert, you’re in luck. The moleskin trousers will be featured in the upcoming holiday catalogue, so no need to book that plane ticket to Venice.

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