You didn’t choose just any old bike; you chose an Indian Motorcycle.
Perhaps you found the legacy that comes with this brand irresistible; or maybe you were just looking for a ride you could really make your own.
Either way, you chose to stand out from the crowd.
We’ve collected your stories – complete with all their spontaneity, sincerity, enthusiasm, and heartfelt feelings. We received far more than we’ve got room for; here’s a choice selection.
ROB - NEWQUAY - UK
Riding in the South West of the UK I ride an Indian Scout Bobber Twenty. I have spent the last two years riding with Thor Riders here in Cornwall. There is hardly an evening or weekend when one of us is getting a ride out together. Ranging from two to loads of us we travel all over Cornwall and Devon only stopping for fuel and refreshments. I am so proud to ride with these people and call them my brothers. Truly an honour to ride with such good people. Thanks. Rob
ROB - CHATHAM - UK
Hi. I’ve been riding for about 7 years now and since seeing my first Scout at the NEC Motorcycle Live show, I knew it was the only bike for me. We've been on many great rides and every time I walk away from my bike I look back and smile. A sure sign of the perfect fit. Frank from Robinsons Foundry, Canterbury UK hooked me up and the team there have looked after me every since. Here's to many more memories.
LAWSON - SPAIN
Not the biggest bike for 2 up with a teenage boy on the back, but what a weekend.
Denia, in the Costa Calida with biker friends and family, even if they are not all Indian Motorcycle riders, yet. Great memories and a big step towards a future Indian rider.
I love my boy, I love my Indian Scout.
STEVE - BROADSTAIRS - UK
Taking your dog along for the ride
MONEER - SAUDI ARABIA
Greetings from Saudi Arabia
ANINE - NORWAY
Hi. This is my FTR1200S 2022 model. I really love this bike, it gives me a big smile and many "woow's" when I ride it. It is so much fun, playfull and happy, and the throttle feels neverending. As a come back rider, after several years without a bike, this is by far the coolest motorcycle I have ridden. My husband rides a Scout Bobber, so it is all about Indian Motorcycles in our family.
MIRYANA - IMRG BULGARIA
Hi guys, thank you for this opportunity! I am sending you a few photos from the Balkan Ride which took place in September in Bulgaria. 45 participants on 32 Indian Motorcycle bikes gathered in Pamporovo, Bulgaria from nearly 20 different cities in Bulgaria, Romania, Czech Republic and France for the First Indian Motorcycle Balkan Ride, organized by IMRG BG. We shared precious moments riding in the beautiful mountains and along Vacha Lake. We had some rain which made the experience even richer and more fun. We're looking forward to the next Balkan Ride in September 2023. All the best, Miryana, on behalf of IMRG BG Team
MARCIN - POLAND
INDIAN MOTORCYCLE FAN
Hello. I fell in love with Indian Motorcycles recently, I fell in love with Scout Bobber while browsing COPART ads. This is how my adventure with the Indian Motorcycle brand began. I am currently working on my second bike, it is an Indian Springfield Dark Horse, also purchased on COPART from the USA. I love working on the bike, that's how I get to know it, adding a bit of individuality as I work on the Scout, I replaced the exhaust, brakes, and mirrors, installed DynoJet PowerVision3, and replaced the turn signals with accessory ones. On the Springfield, I am going further with modifications, of course, the direction indicators will be changed, currently, work is underway to cover the motorcycle's elements with carbon fiber, and I document the progress of work on my Youtube channel. I immediately fell in love with the Indian Motorcycle brand after receiving my Scout. I have recently become a member of IMR and I cannot imagine myself on any other motorcycle. Unfortunately, I have no photo of the Springfield as it is a work in progress, I attach photos from delivery of the motorcycle only. With regards. Marcin
ROB & ANNE-MARIE - NETHERLANDS
Hi, here some photos of our 2022 trip to the Indian Riders Fest in Budweis and our trip through France. The trip to Budweis was made with an extra luggage box to make the trip a bit faster. The summer trip to France was made with our trailer and tent. The gremlin bell shows that sharp cornering is still possible with a Roadmaster. The second line of text is gone due to the French Alps corners. Even the exhaust pipes have touched the pavement…
STEWART - HONITON - UK
CHIEF BOBBER DARK HORSE
Hi, Please find the following in regards to the great people
I have met this year at Indian Motorcycle events & the different IMRG’s here & in the USA. “2022 has been a busy year, I have managed around 15K here in the UK & over 3K in the USA. Along the way I have met some old friends & made quite a few new ones. That is the reason I chose an Indian Motorcycle, long distance riding & meeting like minded people.
I have put a few pictures together of some of the IMRG riders I have ridden with or met this year here or in America. The one that stands out for me as special is a meeting I had with some of my local Thor Riders, we were at an event in Cornwall & a guy was checking out my Dark Horse. I got talking to him & I noticed an accent. He told me he was from New Zealand and used to have a 1940’s Indian. The most amazing thing was when he said as a lad his dad used to come home & talk about this madman who was trying to ride his bike at 200mph!
He said his name was Burt!! Getting the chance to ride in America was a dream come true. It was what we expected & more. The people we meet were all so friendly and welcoming. Rented our bike from Milwaukee Indian Motorcycle who were just the best and then spent the next 10 days riding with other Indian Motorcycle riders across some great scenery around Wisconsin. With one of the high lights riding down to Lake Superior which took over 3 hours each way. It has truly been a great year & I am looking forward to another one next year.”
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