Yup great music, but being Gen-X and in Vegas at the turn of the millennium, my fav was the late '90s and the early '00s... swing revival was one of the coolest scenes I'd ever been a part of. It was like old Vegas came out to play for a few years. People just don't dress up like the used to, nor do they dance as well. Miss lindy-hop, the neo-swing sound, and the classic rides! The economy was in full 'swing', and man, just good times. Consider myself extremely luck to play with some of these cats, and dance with some of the kittens that were around... miss it somethin' fierce!80s was a great time! Even though the Eagles didn't put out any music.
Happens every single day. I can guarantee every gas stop will take a half an hour. Everybody loves my girl Willow and my dog picture taken many times every dayHi all! So after buying my first Indian motorcycle, I’ve noticed that almost everywhere I stop, while out for a ride, people make it a point to talk to me. It might just be a passing compliment or a full blown conversation. I’ve never encountered anything like it, but I suspect that it’s because I rarely see other Indians amongst the sea of Harley’s. I was just curious if this happens to everyone as well?
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As someone who just ordered an Indian, the main reason behind my decision to join the tribe was because I really do think that Indians are much more aesthetically pleasing... in other words, much sexier bikes! My father owned a Harley, my friends own Harleys etc. Now I'll admit, I can't afford a vintage, if I could I would, and I'd get that light teal/green with the cream color. There's just something about Indian whereby they've been able to capture the true "vintage" look and made it jaw dropping, something about their design aesthetics make these bikes a rolling piece of artwork. For some reason Harley's designs don't do it for me...
Happens every single day. I can guarantee every gas stop will take a half an hour. Everybody loves my girl Willow and my dog picture taken many times every day
That sir... is both my favorite color scheme and bike that Indian makes/made.