LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – Nitro Circus and Indian Motorcycle, America’s first motorcycle company, announced today that Travis Pastrana will be jumping an Indian Scout FTR750 when he looks to pay tribute to Evel Knievel, the founding father of motorcycle stunts, and surpass America’s most iconic daredevil. Continue reading Travis Pastrana to jump an Indian Scout FTR750 in HISTORY’s “EVEL LIVE” premiering Sunday 8 July at 8pm ET/5pm PT
When Jason Mook left South Carolina to relocate in the Black Hills of South Dakota a few years ago, he arrived as co-owner of Black Hills Cycles in Spearfish. Now he’s going out on his own, opening Continue reading A New Motorcycle Shop in Deadwood, South Dakota
Indian Motorcycles recently announced the hiring of motorcycle industry design veteran Ola Stenegard as their Director of Product Design. With two decades of product design experience and a life long passion for motorcycles that began in his native Sweden, Stenegard has a proven track record of success in designing motorcycles that resonate with global styling cues and influence.
Continue reading Game Changer: Ola Stenegard joins Indian Motorcycles
Jeff Decker is a sculptor and historian who is known for his bronze sculptures, the most notable of which is titled “By the Horns” (also known as The Hill Climber), a 16-foot-tall, 5,000-pound bronze located on the grounds of the Harley-Davidson Museum. His bronze-cast sculptures depicting the synergy of man and modern machines, particularly historic motorcycles, is known in both the motorcycling community and the world of fine art.
Working full-time at a bronze casting foundry, Decker’s first idea was to capture Man’s quest for speed in all vehicles. He and his work exemplify the spirit and passion of motorcycling.
Continue reading The Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame and Strider Bikes present the Hall of Fame Class of 2018