MEDINA, MN -- (Marketwired) -- 06/24/13 -- Indian Motorcycle®, America's first motorcycle company, today released the schedule and additional details of one of the most highly anticipated and historic motorcycling events in decades -- the reveal of the all-new 2014 Indian® Chief®. Two and a half years in the making, the reveal party will be a thrilling inauguration to both the 73rd Annual Sturgis® Motorcycle Rally and this brilliant new bike. Today's news follows the company's May milestone announcement that the completely redesigned 2014 Indian Chief, powered by the new Thunder Stroke 111 engine, will start at $18,999. A short, sneak peek video of the new 2014 Indian Chief is available on the Indian Motorcycle website.
History-in-the-Making: Indian Chief Reveal Party - Saturday, August 3, 8 p.m., 999 Main Street, Sturgis Motorcycle Museum and Hall of Fame
Indian Motorcycle invites all motorcycle riders and enthusiasts to experience a new era in American motorcycling with the public unveiling of the 2014 Indian Chief. The historic reveal will take place at the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum, located at the corner of Junction and Main Street. The event is free of charge and features live music, celebrity appearances including Mike Wolfe of HISTORY's wildly popular television series, American Pickers, interviews with Indian Motorcycle team members, a multimedia tribute to Indian Motorcycle's history and more.
"The Sturgis Rally was started in 1936 by the local Indian Motorcycle club, the Jackpine Gypsies, and has grown to become the world's largest motorcycle rally, drawing riders from across the globe. We found it fitting to unveil the new Indian Motorcycle at Sturgis given its heritage at this signature motorcycle event," said Vice President of Polaris Motorcycles Steve Menneto. "Our team has put their hearts and souls into the design and development of the 2014 Indian Chief. Sturgis is the perfect place to unveil the next generation of Indian motorcycles and share the message that choice in American motorcycling is finally here in the form of the stunning new Indian Chief."
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