The 2010’s have been a decade full of exciting development and growth for Indian Motorcycle. Revitalized by the
company’s acquisition by Polaris Industries in 2011, Indian Motorcycle has since rejoined the trail blazed by
the company’s early pioneers in the first half of the 20th century. The present-day Indian Motorcycle Company
combines high-performing technological innovation, rewarding partnerships, and an ever-expanding lineup of
authentic, iconic bikes.
Resuming the company’s legacy as a firm supporter of the military, Indian Motorcycle launched a multi-year
partnership with Veteran’s Charity Ride (VCR) to Sturgis in 2015. The VCR is a non-profit organization that
dedicates itself to providing healing experiences for wounded, severely injured, and amputee veterans from all
branches of service.
Ushering in the return of the Indian Motorcycle Wrecking Crew along with his teammates Briar and
Bronson Bauman, Jared “Jammer” Mees has truly established himself as a leader on the flat track. The
young racer is 5-time Flat Track Grand National Champion, including back-to-back championships in
2017 and 2018.
Later in 1915, Hendee resigned as general manager, but decided to stay on as president,
until he fully retired from the Hendee Manufacturing Company in 1916. In his retirement, he
bred Guernsey cattle and white leghorn chickens on his farm in Suffield, Connecticut.
Ever since she stepped onto the motocross scene, Vicki Golden has been changing the perception of
women on dirtbikes. Growing up in San Diego, California, she started riding and racing motorcycles
at a young age. She was the first female team member of the infamous Metal Mulisha and has won three
consecutive gold medals for Women's Moto X Racing at the X Games. In 2014, she was nominated for the
Best Female Action Sports Athlete ESPY award. Now Vicki has added the firewall world record to her
In 2018, renowned stuntman Travis Pastrana recreated three of Evel Knievel's most famous jump stunts
over a single, three hour period. See Travis' amazing jumps below:
Industry-leading performance drawing on the legacies of Indian Motorcycle's historic bikes
Indian Motorcycle launches their first bike since Polaris acquisition: the modern high-performing
Chief, inspired by the success of its namesake almost a century earlier
First, all-new Indian Scout in over 70 years, adding to an expansive five-model lineup.
After a triumphant return to Flat Track racing with the public debut of the purpose-built FTR 750,
Indian Motorcycle unveiled the FTR 1200. Born on the track, built for the street.
Indian Motorcycle pushes American V-twins forward with the arrival of the all-new 2020 Challenger,
powered by the new PowerPlus motor
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1897 - 1952
1953 - 2010