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I spent 100 days straight riding over 10,000 miles across the country on this luxury motorcycle. Every morning I awoke with a smile and a sense of adventure.

Taking the longest route to every destination I savored every moment. I thoroughly enjoyed the way this bike rides me with its fast performance and dominating look. It always proved to be a crowd stopper. This motorcycle is so comfortable I slept on it numerous times, even choosing it over a hotel room. The backrest is equivalent to lounging on the sofa. I was able to prop my feet up, lean back and just cruise. The heated seats and grips kept me riding in 27-degree weather. There is an abundance of space in the duel glove boxes, trunk, and side compartments. It is perfect for taking a lady on a vacation. It even has four separate charging stations for powering multiple devices on the go. It felt like and RV on two wheels.

I definitely recommend the 2015 Indian RoadMaster in the areas of speed, comfort, maneuverability, and style. A top choice for motorcycle enthusiasts of all walks of life.


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I love the top center pic. It looks like my rides on Hwy 50 going thru Utah and Nevada. Beautiful country. Dean E
 

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I spent 100 days straight riding over 10,000 miles across the country on this luxury motorcycle. Every morning I awoke with a smile and a sense of adventure.

Taking the longest route to every destination I savored every moment. I thoroughly enjoyed the way this bike rides me with its fast performance and dominating look. It always proved to be a crowd stopper. This motorcycle is so comfortable I slept on it numerous times, even choosing it over a hotel room. The backrest is equivalent to lounging on the sofa. I was able to prop my feet up, lean back and just cruise. The heated seats and grips kept me riding in 27-degree weather. There is an abundance of space in the duel glove boxes, trunk, and side compartments. It is perfect for taking a lady on a vacation. It even has four separate charging stations for powering multiple devices on the go. It felt like and RV on two wheels.

I definitely recommend the 2015 Indian RoadMaster in the areas of speed, comfort, maneuverability, and style. A top choice for motorcycle enthusiasts of all walks of life.


Summery By: Brandon Hochman


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Now I want to trade my Chieftain in..not really
 

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I love the top center pic. It looks like my rides on Hwy 50 going thru Utah and Nevada. Beautiful country. Dean E
Yeah that's Nevada close to Red Rock Cyn. Spent most of my downtime over there since the weather was decent.
 

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Sleeping on the bike, I got to admit I have never heard of that before. Dean E
I've seen guys napping on their choppers. However, this bike supplies so much cushion that a small sweater rolled up in the lower portion of the back rest, makes for a nice little lounge on two.
 

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Sounds like an awesome adventure Brandon. Thanks much for sharing it with us and for your support of pets everywhere.
 
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Thanks @NickJ the best tour across the country to date. The ROADMASTER is built for distance and getting lost. As soon as I settled into cruise mode on the road, I just had to crack a smile. A genuine indescribable smile that was there every time I thought about the miles ahead. I couldn't be more grateful to Indian for the use of one of their press bikes. It's like driving a world class yacht from channel to channel. #iconic

I believe Super Art Bike is gone and time to move forward. That bike was probably in pieces within hours. However, I've heard now several stories on how long it took to get friends bikes back out of the jungle and I may have to wait a couple years. I strongly believe that everything happens for a reason though :)

Full review to come next week. I'll be working on it all weekend, I really wanted to get something short and sweet out ASAP. -Brandon


I am super pumped to hear that you made the trip in luxury with a little help from Indian. Any news on your old bike? Is it gone forever?

For those that don't remember this story:
Indian Motorcycle Helps Out a Rider in Need | Indian Motorcycle Forum
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Glad that the trip was so exhilarating , awesome pic's. 11 states wow! Thanks Indian for building such a great motor cycle that some many of us around the world will enjoy to travel on for many yrs to come.
 
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