Indian Motorcycle Signature Edition

Not for everyone, but if you are a new Indian Motorcycle fan and wish a unique machine, just know that there are only 2 of these one-of-a-kind signature Indian Chiefs. They are available for immediate delivery only from the Indian Motorcycle flagship store in Charlotte NC. But I understand that you can also order your very own custom-spec Signature Edition built following your wish list. For sure, owning one will make you and your bike stand out from the crowd. Indian Motorcycle Charlotte in Lowell, NC

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21 Responses to “Indian Motorcycle Signature Edition”


  1. 1 Sheridan Jun 6th, 2010 at 9:54 am

    Not for everyone? If you’re an ex member of, or huge fan of the Villiage People I think this would be right up your alley with all those tassles…

  2. 2 bigalyts Jun 6th, 2010 at 11:22 am

    That is toooooooooo Funny ! Village Peope ! That is the perfect thought that would describe that Bike. The next thought is it was built for Chief Billy from the Seminole’s. and Jay Leno should ride this Bike in the LOVE Ride or Run, whatever!

  3. 3 TodT Jun 6th, 2010 at 12:41 pm

    A tad bit too much fringe for me but a fine looking machine none the less…….

  4. 4 JimC Jun 6th, 2010 at 2:41 pm

    I have to agree. If it did not have all the tassles on it,I like the look of the bike,including the leather-just not all the tassles.

  5. 5 busfreak Jun 7th, 2010 at 6:35 am

    How much is this Villiage People edition?

  6. 6 willie Jun 7th, 2010 at 8:23 am

    Indian should build a bobber style bike .I hope they make a go this time but some time basics are where its at my friends.

  7. 7 geno Jun 7th, 2010 at 8:29 am

    you also get a pair of crothless chaps and a cassette tape of
    YMCA with the deal

    Doesnt anyone with any taste look at these monstosities before
    they leave the factory-its hideous

  8. 8 Rick Lossner Jun 7th, 2010 at 8:39 am

    Bought one last year… get stares and stoopped everywhere I go…… and didn’t have to go buy black HD shirts at every dealer, to look like all the other Posers… LMAO

  9. 9 just my opinion Jun 7th, 2010 at 11:31 am

    Funny how some of you guys have to bash everything. If you had been around before the 70’s you would know that Indian produced many bikes with all the fringe and they were very popular. The fringe was put on their bikes because back in the cowboy days indians wore fringe on their cloths and on their horsesand arrow quil’s as decorative pieces. Buffalo Bill wore fringe on his jacket and on his rifle case and his saddles. Are you guys telling us Buffalo Bill and all Indians were Gay? This is kind of like bikes with tye dye paint jobs. Some of you Johny come Lately biker wanna be’s don’t understand that back in the 60’s many bikes had the hippie influance paint jobs like a tye dye shirt . Some of you younger people want to call those bikes Gay but that is just your own ignorance showing. Those that put down someone’s bike as being Gay because it has fringe or a tye dye paint scheme are just showing the rest of us that you have not been in the bike world all that long. And just for the record Gay people don’t own the Rainbow. If you read the bible the rainbow is God’s promise not to flood the earth again. It is not a gay pride thing unless YOU are gay. And fringe on a bike is not a gay thing either. It is not the style I personally like but I understand where it started and why people like it. I bet many older guys would like to have that bike and be damn proud to ride it, and I personally would never disrespect a fellow rider for his choice of horse/motorcycle. Remember people grow old and styles change faster than you think and some day some smartass kid is likely to say something you like or ride is gay even thou it is NOT.

  10. 10 cwglide Jun 7th, 2010 at 12:04 pm

    I like the brown leather look. It has a rich Vintage look to it, Not much of a fringe fan, but it works with the Chief.

  11. 11 Jeff Nicklus Jun 7th, 2010 at 12:16 pm

    JMO,

    Sorry man …. I am one of those “older guys” who believes this bike is massively butt ugly! Don’t think it looks “gay” (after all, can an inanimate, sexless, object actually be homosexual????), just butt ugly …. but there again, as I am told, beauty is in the eyes of the beholder!

    Over & Out,

    Jeff

  12. 12 Lyle Jun 7th, 2010 at 12:38 pm

    Indian quit building a good looking bike in 1939, some would argue 1953. But none of them had much fringe, if any. But to fringe or not is an individual’s decision. Personally, that bike would look a lot better stripped down.

  13. 13 just my opinion Jun 7th, 2010 at 1:09 pm

    Jeff; As I stated I don’t really care for that style either but I don’t see a need to bash someone elses taste by calling it gay. Being an older man like myself you understand what I was saying.

  14. 14 RUB Jun 7th, 2010 at 4:25 pm

    wow , $39,995.00* I don’t like it THAT much .

  15. 15 m switzer Jun 7th, 2010 at 4:56 pm

    The early Harley Heritage Springer had as much fringe and many people added more,check out the HSOA site (heritage springer owners association). I have a 1997 Springer and get more people saying what a great restoration and how old is the bike.

  16. 16 Fausto Simoes Jun 8th, 2010 at 5:46 am

    I think fringes were originally used as way to speed up the drying process when your (horseback) riding gear got soaked.

    I am guessing it worked pretty well for the trend to go from utilitarian to fashionable.

    It’s even possible that the native north americans were the first to discover this method.

    I personally prefer a bike without fringes but it is a great looking bike for people that are into this type of motorcycle.

  17. 17 Looks Like a Harley Jun 8th, 2010 at 12:56 pm

    I really like the motorcycle but I could do with out all the leather. Looks to much like a Harley with all the fringe.

  18. 18 Doc Robinson Jun 9th, 2010 at 6:40 am

    Fact: The Indians and the cowboys back in the day wore fringed jackets and pants not for decorative purposes but for a very practical one – the fringes or tassels or whatever you want to call them acted to wick water from sodden clothing much faster than without them.

  19. 19 Skipper Jun 12th, 2010 at 4:31 pm

    Looks like a typical Harley.

  20. 20 papamike69 Jun 14th, 2010 at 4:32 pm

    I agree that is seems like everybody has to look on the negative side of things. Hey its a nice lookin bike. But then again I wouldn’t buy it. I personally like the full front finder. the fringe is ok but not really my style. As far as gay, well most likely not. but if it were for a gay rider, her would probably be a bad ass gay rider and wouldn’t you look silly gettin your ass kicked by a bad ass gay Indian rider with fringe. Also nothing wrong with a Harley with fringe. My wife rides a Spotster with fringe on it.. It suits her. I wish they would bring the Indian Scout back. I had a 2002 Scout and it was a decent ride. Who knows, maybe if Indian brought back a smaller bike they would get a bigger portion of women buyers. What a hoot getting your ass kicked by a gay Indian rider. Yuck yuck!

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