Austin, TX is definitely the place to be April 8th-10th. With the The Handbuilt Motorcycle Show, MotoGP &AMA Pro Flat Track1/2 mile racing already going down, RSD decided to up the ante even more and throw in a dirt oval short track race on Friday April 8th, right across the street from the Handbuilt Show. We will be featuring 4 classes including: Super Hooligan (stock-framed street bikes over 750cc), GNC Pro Twins with a $5k purse (presented byIndian Motorcycle) & Dash for Cash (presented by K&N), Air-cooled Vintage and Costume Run What Cha Brung. Classes are open to anybody that wants to enter, except Pro Twins class which is reserved strictly for professional racers.
For more information, the full racing schedule and online rider registration, please visit Super Hooligan Heads to Austin. Rider Pre-entry will be open until 5PM PST, Wednesday 4/6/16. Post entry also available at the races.
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You might know the Guy Martin name from one of the craziest things that happens on two wheels: The Isle of Man TT, or he may have worked on your lorry. Either way, the man is iconic and ballsy.
From this set of photos, and this little video, it appears that he is out to join the very small group of folks that count themselves as part of the fraternity that has actually ridden the wall. I witnessed the WoD last year at the Handbuilt Motorcycle Show in Austin, and let me tell you that it is nothing short of amazing.
On March 28th, Guy will ride a radically big Wall of Death and try to reach 100mph on the wall, which, should, by all accounts, put his brain in his boots.
If you are in the UK, chick it out on Channel 4 at 7:15pm on March 28th. I will patiently wait and catch it on the Youtube like a proper American.
Eight days of festivities including the on-site introduction of the Indian Springfield, vintage & custom displays, demo rides, racing, organized tours & special events[/I]
MINNEAPOLIS (March 22, 2016) — Seventy-five years after Ed Kretz dominated the first motorcycle race on the sands of Daytona Beach, FL.,Indian Motorcycle®, America’s first motorcycle company, again left a historic mark on Bike Week.
Among Indian Motorcycle’s highlights during the 75th Anniversary of Daytona Bike Week, held March 5-12, were the introduction of a new motorcycle model, vintage & custom bike displays and unveilings, racing, demo rides, organized owner rides and more.
The week started with the launch of the new Indian Springfield, a motorcycle offering classic styling blended with thoroughly modern technology for a purist’s take on both touring comfort and urban versatility. At the same time, Indian Motorcycle and Jack Daniel’s announced the availability of Limited Edition Jack Daniel’s® Indian® Springfield™ and Indian® Chief® Vintage motorcycle models. This special production run of 150 motorcycles was designed in conjunction with Brian Klock and his inspired team at Klock Werks Kustom Cycles in Mitchell, S.D., and sold out in just eight hours. Unit #001 of the limited edition series, an Indian Chief Vintage, was held back to be auctioned at Barrett-Jackson Las Vegas on October 13-15 at the Mandalay Bay resort, with all monies from the auction benefitting Jack Daniel’s Operation Ride Home. Unit #150, an Indian Springfield, was gifted to Klock by...
Indian Motorcycle, America’s first motorcycle company, is proud to announce the winners of its inaugural ‘Project Scout: Build a Legend’ custom program.
The program kicked off on November 30 and was open to Indian Motorcycle dealers around the world, giving their teams a global stage from which to showcase their design and customisation talent.
With minimal rules, dealers were free to customise a 2016 Indian Scout using any theme, style or budget they chose as long as it incorporated at least three genuine Indian Scout accessories from the current catalogue of more than 200 items.
In all 35 dealers participated in the contest worldwide, and on January 8 each of them submitted final photos of their custom creations.
The final submissions were published and shared on Indian Motorcycle’s website and social media profiles on January 18 and fans cast votes for their favourites up until February 19.
On February 20 the top three finalists were announced and each finalist was given an all-expense-paid trip to the 75th annual Daytona Bike Week for themselves plus a guest.
The three finalists based on fan voting were:
Bike name: ‘The Rebel’
Dealership: Indian Motorcycle Winnipeg, Headingley, Manitoba