Tuesday, October 6, 2009

At Indian, One More Try at a Comeback

The Chief Bomber is a new model designed to evoke World War II-era

The assembly plant in Kings Mountain, N.C.
By DANIEL McDERMON
Published: October 1, 2009
New York Times.

13 comments:

Wine in Thyme said...

Wow. Loving it!

Rob said...

I think this cycle cost more then my house but unfortunately my house does not look as nice.

Jarlin Paul said...

Its cool.

Danny said...

If I had the money I would have one. The bikes are beautiful. I hope they don't overprice themselves out of the market though.

Dr.John said...

Too big. Too heavy. But nice . I wish them luck.

Lance said...

The Indian motorcycles look great, but I think the timing is off - being essentially a new company, these are expensive bikes to offer in this economy.

Phivos Nicolaides said...

Best wishes and good of luck!

Conchscooter said...

I thought the return of the Idian was an odd choice at an odd time, but I remember Stephen Julius as a young lad when I was at school and he was intense and committed back then. I have no doubt he is as intense and determined in this as in so many other of his ventures. Selling Indians at $35,000 a piece is just a mark of how much money there is in a country where tent cities are increasing in numbers.

Canajun said...

Very nice, if a bit $$$$.

"Joker" said...

That's a beauty. If I had big bucks, I'd love to have it, but only as a second bike. I don't care if the sun shines out of an Indian's ass, my loyalty to Milwaukee iron is unflappable. I don't know if I could get used to brown leather either...but I guess I should be willing to at least give it a try!

Lance said...

Baron, I hope all is well...what do you think about the Indian? Next bike???

Webster World said...

It is awesome looking. I'm with Joker on the brown. I would like an Indian. And I'd ride it but the $$$$$$. Maybe when I win the Mega:) Or when pigs fly.

Michael said...

Just bought a new 2009 Chief Vintage #31, wonderful bike and very high quality fit & finish