The music: American. The look: rural and aged. The product: edgy. A deadly combination for a recently resurgent motorcycle brand.
Founded in 1901, Indian is the oldest motorcycle brand in America. Once the dominant market choice, Indian lost its number one ranking after World War I to Harley-Davidson and eventually went under in 1953. One of the models created was the Indian Scout, produced from 1920 to 1949. A sleek and iconic design with revolutionary engineering, this bike was built to make a comeback in today’s hipster driven market. Continue reading