The classic Indian motorcycle is making its west coast debut with the grand opening of of Indian Motorcycle Los Angeles in Harbor City April 17 & 18.
Five new 2010 models will be unveiled for the first time on the West Coast and available for free demo rides. The 2010 Chiefs - all aesthetic recreations of 1940s models with prices that start at $26,000 - are the Classic, Dark Horse, Bomber, Roadmaster, and Vintage.
Other festivities include free concerts by Lee Rocker of the Stray Cats and Wild Child, L.A.'s The Doors revival band, an antique Indian Motorcycle show, opportunity drawings, food fair, beer garden, and special guests.
Hours both days are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. All ages are welcome but only riders with an M1 motorcycle license will be allowed to take test rides. Fewer than 200 new Indian motorcycles will be available for sale in Los Angeles County in 2010.
Lee Rocker, the famed upright bassist of the Stray Cats, will take the stage Saturday at 2 p.m. Wild Child performs Sunday at 2 p.m. Indian Motorcycle Los Angeles shares space with California Harley-Davidson at 1521 Pacific Coast Highway in Harbor City. For more information call (310) 539-3366 or see www.IndianMotorcycleLA.com.
Posted by Holly Wagner