Indian Motorcycle Named Presenting Sponsor of The MEET at America's Car Museum


| 4/28/2015 4:41:00 PM


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2015 Vintage Motorcycle Festival

America’s Car Museum (ACM) has announced that Indian Motorcycle, America’s first motorcycle company, will be a presenting sponsor at the fourth annual Vintage Motorcycle Festival: The MEET at ACM, in Tacoma, Washington, on August 22.

Indian Motorcycle has a history dating back to 1901 with current models such as the Chief and Scout, and the new Roadmaster. As the featured brand, guests can expect to see a wide cross section of Indian motorcycles from the early 1900s through the end of the Springfield era production in 1953. The latest generation of Indian motorcycles, backed by Polaris Industries in 2011, continues the tradition of quality, power and style that kept Indian Motorcycle a household name for over a century.

“Indian has a rich heritage of two-wheeled American freedom and respect both our history and the future of the brand,” said Julie Elepano, Indian Motorcycle Marketing Manager. “This event brings together fans of this brand and the long and stunning history of motorcycling so we are naturally proud to be part of the coming weekend.”

Visitors to the Vintage Motorcycle Festival can expect to see more than 325 vintage motorcycles from the early 1900s through to 1990. There will also be other motorcycle brands on ACM’s Haub Family Field along with vendors of riding gear, helmets and OEM accessories.

During the award ceremony at the Vintage Motorcycle Festival, ACM will raffle a Willow Green and Cream 2015 Indian Chief Vintage, which features a 111 cubic-inch “Thunder Stroke” v-twin motor and traditional Indian Motorcycle trimmings, including leather seats and saddlebags, laced wheels, valanced fenders, fringed leather saddle bags and the brand’s traditional War-Bonnet front fender light.




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