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This is some of the stuff planned for Indian owners at Daytona, and owners of ANY year Indian are welcome.
just show them your Indian key, and in you go.

This year, your Indian key is your ticket to all kinds of backstage stuff.


Indian Motorcycle Daytona Beach Kick-start Party; Saturday March 8 – 7:30 p.m. Owner Registration; 7:30 p.m. – 9:00p.m. at Full Moon Saloon on Main Street
Indian Motorcycle invites all owners – past, current and future – to be the first to hear an exclusive announcement from Mike Wolfe, star of “American Pickers”, at the Indian Motorcycle Daytona Beach Kick-Start Party. The party will be hosted by the Full Moon Saloon. Owners of any Indian Motorcycle will receive VIP treatment at this event by simply showing their key between 7:30-9:00p.m. at the registration area. Stay to celebrate with Mike Wolfe as Indian Motorcycle gives away tons of swag and the opportunity for one lucky person in the crowd – owners and bar patrons - to enjoy an “Epic One-Year Demo Ride,” giving them the keys to an Indian Chief for a year-long lease.

Indian Motorcycle Owner Exclusive Meet & Greet with Mike Wolfe, star of “American Pickers”; Sunday March 9 – 9 – 10 a.m. at the Indian Motorcycle Main Street Store, 506 Main Street
Join Indian Motorcycle for the filming of a special owner video with Mike Wolfe from American Pickers. Be a part of this exciting event that will later be shared with riders across the globe. Owners simply come to the front of the store at 9 a.m. and be prepared to show your key for VIP “before-hours” access to the store and scene!

Indian Motorcycle “Panel of Firsts”; Thursday, March 13 – 2 - 3 p.m. at the Daytona International Speedway – Indian Motorcycle Midway Display
Indian Motorcycle owners past and present are encouraged to take part in a special interview recording session at the Indian Midway Display at the Speedway. Owners’ stories are important; they add to Indian’s rich and unique history. Participation is open to all Indian Motorcycle owners who own bikes from 1901 to 2014.
(And, of course, don't forget the Indian bike show at Corbin on Friday, from 10 to 3!)

Enjoy ~ Joe :cool:
 

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This was Indian's introduction year and they pulled out all the stops to make a splash. I'm sure Biketoberfest and next years Bike Week they will continue to pour on the coal in an effort to market Indian.
 
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