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Indian Motorcycle Heading For NYC IMS This Weekend

Indian Motorcycle, also known as America’s First Motorcycle Company, is rolling in for the Progressive International Motorcycle Show (IMS) in New York City between 9 and 11 December, bringing all of its 2017 bikes for fans and future customers to admire from up close.
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Along with that, people will also be able to see and test out the all-new Ride Command infotainment system, which offers the industry’s largest, fastest and most customizable display. Then, there’s the new Indian Scout FTR750 flat track racing bike, which is part of the company’s historic return to the segment.

Among the stock bikes, Brian Klock of Klock Werks Kustom Cycles will showcase his Red Wing Scout that was built to commemorate Indian Motorcycle’s partnership with Red Wing Shoes. Using inspiration from the Indian Motorcycle boot collection by Red Wing Shoes, the custom bike embodies qualities that make the true brands stand out - American craftsmanship, style, and durability.

“Even if it’s cold outside, motorcycle fans always come to the big show in New York,” said Reid Wilson, Director of Marketing for Indian Motorcycle. “Indian Motorcycle has the most complete line-up of motorcycles in its history, and we look forward to meeting with existing and new fans of the brand in our display.”

If you attend the show and also own an Indian Motorcycle, you can show your key fob or a photo of you with your bike to the crew and receive a special gift. And if you are part of the Indian Motorcycle Riders Group, there’s a group photo happening at the Indian display on December 10th at 12:30 pm.

The International Motorcycle Show starts Friday 9th December at 2 pm at the Javits Center which is located on Eleventh Avenue, between 34th and 40th streets, in Hell’s Kitchen, Manhattan. A standard ticket is $20 while children aged 11 and under can enter freely as long as they’re accompanied by an adult.

If you miss the event, Indian Motorcycle will be present at future IMS series in Washington D.C., Dallas, Cleveland, Minneapolis, and Chicago.


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