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Indian Motorcycle makes a comeback in Fall 2007

After a long absence, Indian motorcycle is about to hit the road again. One of the original American manufacturers of classic motorcycycles, Indian is making a comeback in Fall 2007.

What does Indian have in store for its comeback? Will Indian make it this time or fade into the past again?

MotorcycleUSA.com interviews Stephen Julius, the Chairman of Indian Motorcycles, for what bikers can expect.

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8 Responses

  1. Indians were great looking bikes but their time is done. Just like the dinosaures they went extinct. Their extinction brought about by natural selection of the motorcycle buying public. No over capitalized private equity firm can change that. Wouldn’t you a$$holes be happier buying out a donut company of somthing along that line?

  2. Indian is not done.I have a 01 scout and it is put togeather with some of the finest parts available.It is one of the best looking bikes on the road and always oggeled at wherever I go. every bike yuppie in the states owns a harley.and I can say thay are puting some real crap parts on some of the newer bikes in order to keep costs down.I know cause I work on them.going to be trouble later. Harley has been in the toilet several times financially before themselves .so u know what you can do with your rolling donut. INDIAN TERRY

  3. “I have a 01 scout and it is put togeather with some of the finest parts available.” From one who is in a position to know, all I can say is that if you believe that, I’ve got a bridge I’d like to sell you. Get real! I’m glad you think so highly of your Scout, but you’re way off base with your comment. If you only knew….

  4. Been riding “Harleys” since 1967, Why would I change now? Aint gettin rid of “Wife”, Darn sure keepin whats between my legs “Harley-Davidson” for the last 40 year. Stubborn? no SMART!
    MtrcycleboB

  5. Change is always good.
    I have also been riding my Harley for some years. I bought a Big Dog PITBULL and oh boy!!!what a machine this bike is…I LOVE it, and don’t even miss the Harley.
    Life’s too short to limit our choices.

  6. I read your blog when I was in Quebec. I bookmarked your site and read your post again when I reached CA after I purchased my new ed online computer. The site is excellent and looks the best in new!

  7. I read your blog when I was in Quebec. I bookmarked your site and read your post again when I reached CA after I purchased my new ed online computer. The site is excellent and looks the best in new!

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