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On the weekend of November 14-16, 2014, Long Beach, California, will host the International Motorcycle Show, an annual event. Among those in attendance will be none other than America's first motorcycle company, Indian Motorcycle. Attendees of the IMS, which will take place at the Long Beach Convention Center, will be invited to try out the different models in their 2015 lineup. This includes everything from the Scout, a middle-weight cruiser, to the Chief, the Chieftain, and all the way to the high-end Roadmaster.

“With Scout reservations exceeding all expectations and inventory expected in dealerships by year end, we’re excited to give our fans in California a chance to be among the first in the country to take a demo ride on this beautiful new machine,” said Steve Menneto, vice president of motorcycles for Polaris Industries. “It’s a bike that delivers quickness, power, precise handling, balance and comfort, and at a starting price of $10,999 we think just about everyone who rides this bike will want to own one.”

In order to test drive any of the 2015 Indian Motorcycle lineup, riders will need to be 18 or older, with a valid motorcycle endorsement and proper riding attire. If you want to take advantage of this awesome experience, you'll have to be there on Saturday and Sunday between 9am and 5pm.

The Indian Motorcycle booth will be a separate experience. There, you will be able to grab a close-up view of the 2015 lineup, plus the Thunder Stroke 111 Engine Cutaway, Scout Engine Cutaway, and more. Bike lovers will drool over the set up, as there will be a restored 1935 Indian Chief, a Roland Sands Custom Indian Chieftain, and the infamous Indian Scout Custom 101 that graced our lives as the bike that defied gravity on the Wall of Death in Sturgis. This list does not include everything else that Indian has in store.

Featured at the Indian stand will be the company's 2015 apparel. If you spend more than $75 there, Indian will grant you one free wish, as long as that wish is for an Indian Motorcycle calendar. Stopping by the booth and taking a photo one of their motorcycles is all it takes to get a free gift, and Indian Motorcycle Rider's Group members who who their membership card can get an exclusive 2015 patch.

Make sure you stop by the booth, as it will be an unforgettable experience!

Source: Indian Motorcycle unveils Long Beach IMS plans | Powersports Business
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