Segment: Clasic
Production years: 1906, 1907

INDIAN Camelback 1906-1907 2 Photos
INDIAN Camelback (1906-1907)INDIAN Camelback (1906-1907)

The 1906 Indian Camelback is one of the first motorized bicycles produced by the American brand and had an air-cooled, four-stroke, single cylinder engine, mated to an one-speed transmission, and could produce 2.2 horsepower. In addition, it was lightweight, tipping the scale at only 52 kg (115 pounds), and had a sprung seat, pull-back handlebars and laced wheels.

INDIAN Camelback 1906-1907

INDIAN Camelback 311

engine specs
Type:air-cooled, four-stroke, single cylinder
Displacement:311 cm3
Bore X Stroke:-
Compression Ratio:-
Horsepower:2.25/- KW(hp)/RPM
Torque:0/- lb-ft/RPM OR 0 Nm/RPM
Fuel System:carburetor
transmission specs
Primary Drive:-
Final Drive:chain
chassis specs
Front Suspension:-
Rear Suspension:hardtail, sprung seat
Front Brake:-
Rear Brake:drum
dimension specs
Overall Length:-
Overall Width:-
Seat Height:-
Ground Clearance:-
Weight:115 lbs OR 52 kg
Fuel Capacity:-
tyres specs
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