IN­DIAN IS THE OLDEST U.S. MO­TORCY­CLE BRAND THAT IS STILL BEING PRODUCED. HIS ORI­GIN DA­TES BACK TO 1901, IN SPRING­FIELD, MAS­SA­CHU­SETTS. SO, WHEN BE­CO­MING 115 YEARS OLD, THE BRAND’S NEW TOU­RING MO­DEL, WHICH SHOWS AN AUTHENTIC NORTH AME­RI­CAN DE­SIGN, WAS NA­ME

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The Spring­field mo­torcy­cle purely shows the ima­ge of U.S. mo­torcy­cles, with im­pec­ca­ble high re­fi­ne­ment and the key cha­rac­te­ris­tics of a tou­ring. It was launched at the North Turn Res­tau­rant of Flo­ri­da, a le­gen­dary mee­ting pla­ce for fast mo­torcy­clists that dream about win­ning the fa­mous Day­to­na 200 ra­ce.

The mo­del was de­sig­ned by Brian Klock and, alt­hough its re­tro look could get so­me people mi­xed up, Spring­field is a sta­te-of-the-art cus­tom, with top-of-the-li­ne equip­ment: ABS bra­kes, 00 mm dou­ble front discs, crui­se speed con­trol and air pres­su­re sen­sor in ti­res.

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