Heart of Red

Tokyo Indians Stickers will be on sale soon…
Limited for HRCS2013.


Indian Red

Official Announcement!!!
Tokyo Indians Official T-shirt will be on sale soon!!!

Limited production for HRCS 2013. 
Further details will be sent announced later!!!


Dirt Tracker

The Indian Sport Scout was one of the Wigwam's greatest motorcycles.
As a road machine, it appeared in 1934 with beautifully flared and valanced fenders,
which were included on all models in 1935.
The timing of the Sport Scout was especially good since it became a
potent and successful competition motorcycle under the AMA's new Class C rules.


1951 Warrior

In an attempt to enter the fray of AMA championship racing,
in 1950 Indian produced a 500-cc model called the Warrior,
and a higher-performance version called the Warrior TT.
The introduction of this model was also a disaster.
Twelve Warrior TT prototypes were entered at the Laconia road race in 1949,
and all 12 failed to finish. Although the Warrior TT that came into production
got high praise in the motorcycle press, it was too little and too late.
The reputation of the new product was damaged beyond repair,
and the company had no money for further development, advertising,
or public relations damage control.
In January 1950, the company came under the control of British investor and
motorcycle importer John Brockhouse, who showed more interest in
importing British motorcycles than in manufacturing Indians.
It has appeared previously in the Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum.



1946 80ci Indian Chief. Still Work in Progress...


Indian's military proposal was underway before the war began.
The 841 was a sound set of ideas and a radical departure from convention at the same time.
Visible here are the cross-mounted 90-degree v-twin and shaft drive, along with the sprung rear
hub and girder forks derived from the Chief and Scout.