Indian Re-introduces The Roadmaster

Indian Motorcycle has announced that it will introduce the all-new 2015 Indian Roadmaster to the public on August 2nd at the 74th annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. The new Roadmaster might just be the ultimate in luxury motorcycle touring. This newest addition to the Indian Motorcycle family, along with the rest of the 2015 Indian Motorcycle lineup including the Chief Classic, Chief Vintage and Chieftain, will be available for demo rides throughout the Sturgis Rally. Additional announcements regarding the 2015 Indian bikes will be made the evening of August 2nd.

Indian originally produced the Roadmaster from 1947-1953 and they were widely recognized as one of America’s most reliable, feature-laden and comfortable touring bikes. The all-new 2015 Roadmaster continues that tradition with premium features for comfort, convenience and luxury, including expansive storage capacity and unmatched power and performance.

“It is truly a privilege and an honor for our team to be a part of motorcycling history in designing and reintroducing the Roadmaster, which has such a legendary reputation as the king of luxury touring bikes,” said Steve Menneto, VP of Indian Motorcycle. “The heritage, quality, craftsmanship, performance and standard features on this bike are simply unmatched in the luxury touring segment, and we look forward to sharing the 2015 Roadmaster and other exciting announcements with the global motorcycling community starting on August 2nd in Sturgis.”

The new Roadmaster is designed for luxury and comfort with an extensive list of standard premium features for all-day, two-passenger touring that includes;
*Nearly 38 gallons of integrated and weatherproof storage
*Standard dual hard saddlebags featuring quick-release capability,
*A roomy and removable carpet-lined trunk
*Keyless ignition with remote saddlebag and trunk locks for security and convenience
*Enhanced driver leg room with new adjustable passenger floorboards
*The new Horizon Windscreen featuring power-adjust
*Genuine Desert Tan Leather heated seats with individual controls and high/low settings
*Heated grips featuring 10 temperature settings
*Adjustable airflow lower fairings that also feature additional easy-access storage
*High-resolution Anti-Lock Brakes
*Chrome front and rear highway bars
*Tire pressure monitoring system
*Triple power ports
*Full LED lighting featuring the Pathfinder LED Headlight
*Electronic cruise control
*Advanced infotainment system offering AM/FM/WB, optional XM and featuring communication, navigation, media device, telephone and Pandora integration
*Bluetooth capability for hands-free multi-device connectivity
*In-Dash travel features such as dual trip meters, distance to empty, average and instant MPG, Oil change interval countdown, adjustable brightness, and media player read-out.

The 2015 Roadmaster starts at $26,999. You can learn more at:

Source and images: Indian Motorcycle
Posted by Sam Kanish