2014 Indian Chief motorcycles, release date, price, and specs


Indian Motorcycle, America’s first motorcycle company, today continued its trip toward the historic unwrapping of the completely new 2014 Indian Motorcycle.

Indian Motorcycle is a wholly-owned division of Polaris Industries Inc. and is America’s original motorcycle company. Founded in 1901, This Company has won the hearts of motorcyclists around the world and earned excellence as one of America’s most fabled and iconic brands through unchallenged racing ascendancy and engineering ability. Today that heritage and passion is reignited under new brand stewardship.

The Company released much expected details as it hastens toward the upcoming launch. Ensuing on the heels of the reveal of the all-new Thunder Stroke 111™ engine on March 9 at Daytona Bike Week, Indian Motorcycle, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Polaris Industries,

The revival of the Indian Motorcycle brand will debut with the introduction of the 2014 Indian Chief by Staying true to its heritage. The Company was first introduced in 1922. The legendary Indian Chief is the brand’s most popular selling model and is widely recognized by motorcycling enthusiasts around the world as one of the most iconic motorcycles ever produced.

After publicizing the first model to come out of the Spirit Lake, Iowa production plant, the all-new 2014 Indian Chief will be available at an MSRP starting at $18,999. Inventory is expected to be available at Indian Motorcycle dealerships throughout North America later this year.

The new Indian Chief is expected to be unveiled at the 73rd annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in Sturgis, South Dakota, which runs August 3-11, 2013

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