Indian Motorcycle of Albuquerque to open this fall

Publish Date: 
Jul 2, 2014

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - The state’s first Indian Motorcycle dealership will open this fall in Northeast Albuquerque, reportedly creating about a dozen jobs.

Cousins and New Mexico natives Michael Gaillour, who has worked in banking for 30 years, and Louis Herrera, a lieutenant colonel and battalion commander in the New Mexico National Guard, have partnered to open Indian Motorcycle of Albuquerque.

They will operate from a 9,000 sq. ft. building that puts it just down the road from Thunderbird Harley-Davidson, according to the Albuquerque Business Journal. Site renovations will are expected to begin soon, as the principals announced on the dealership’s Facebook page that they have received zoning approval.

“The Indian Motorcycle Brand has returned in a genuine and exiting way in 2014. As part of the re-launch, we are honored to have the opportunity to steward this brand in Albuquerque and New Mexico,” Gaillour said. 


From the Dealernews wires