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
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.