2014 Indian Chief Launch Program at Sturgis

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A secret better kept even than KTM's 1290 SupeR Duke, the 2014 Indian Chief is still a mystery, as nobody knows how does it actually look in detail and no spy photos are available.
However, it's now less than 10 days until the historic official unveiling of the bike. Indian Motorcycles has been kind enough to share the event schedules with us and here we go.

The 2014 Indian Chief will be publicly unveiled on Saturday, August 3, at 8 PM local time. The bike will be present at 999 Main Street at the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum and Hall of Fame. Add in live music, a guest appearance from Mike Wolfe, American Picker, interviews with Indian officials and an audio/video tribute to Indian history. Access to the even is free so you'd better cue up in time.

Here are more excerpts from the official press release:

"Indian Motorcycle Display, 2nd & Lazelle St., Saturday, August 3 – Saturday, August10 from 9am – 6pm

Visit the Indian Motorcycle display in Downtown Sturgis and find product demonstrations, display bikes, apparel sales and accessory displays. The exhibit will also feature an array of heritage Indian motorcycles including vintage Chief models and the recently unveiled tribute “Spirit of Munro” custom streamliner.

Mike Wolfe, American picker, will sign autographs at the Indian Motorcycle display on 2nd and Lazelle St. on Saturday, August 3rd from 2-4pm.

Indian Motorcycle Demo Experience, I-90 and Exit 30, Sunday, August 4 – Saturday, August 10 from 9am – 6pm

Be one of the first to ride the all-new 2014 Indian Chief at the Indian Motorcycle Demo Experience. Rides led daily, with the first ride leaving at 9:15am, last ride at 5:30pm. Riders must be 18 years of age, provide proof of endorsement along with a helmet and appropriate riding attire to demo.

Indian Motorcycle Night at the Sturgis Buffalo Chip, Sturgis Buffalo Chip Campgrounds, 20622 131st Avenue, Friday, August 9, 7pm."

Oh, and it looks like the rumors of Indian bringing the new Chief at Sturgis via an ultra-secret tunnel dug by aliens, so that no spies can take photos of the bike before the launch are a bit unfounded, as the aliens said they are also dying to see the new bike.
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