New 2014 Indian Chief To Be Revealed In Sturgis. Price Starting At $18,999.

2014-Indian-Chief1Following on the heels of the reveal of the all-new Thunder Stroke 111™ engine on March 9 at Daytona Bike Week, Indian Motorcycle just announced this morning additional details as it accelerates toward the historic upcoming launch at the Sturgis Rally, the world’s largest motorcycle event

Staying true to its heritage, the revival of the Indian Motorcycle brand will debut with the introduction of the 2014 Indian Chief. First introduced in 1922, the legendary Indian Chief is historically the brand’s most popular selling model and is widely recognized by motorcycling enthusiasts around the world as one of the most iconic motorcycles ever produced. The Indian Chief is the flagship of the brand’s 112-year product lineup, and it has come to proudly represent the spirit of the Indian Motorcycle brand.

Highly anticipated reveals include the 2014 Indian Chief silhouette and a starting MSRP price of $18,999. With this, Indian Motorcycle wants to demonstrate that authentic, affordable choice is coming to American Motorcycles. Inventory is expected to be available at Indian Motorcycle dealerships throughout North America later in the year. Additional Indian Motorcycle dealerships will be opening across the country this summer to accommodate bike demand and service needs.

“We are honored to make today’s important announcements at this time, as it was roughly 112 years ago that the very first Indian Motorcycle prototype was demonstrated to the press on the streets in Springfield, Massachusetts,” said Vice President of Polaris Motorcycles Steve Menneto. “We’re especially proud to reveal that our inaugural model will be the iconic Indian Chief. Riders around the world will be thrilled to know their choice in American motorcycles will now come in the form of an all-new Indian Chief.”

“When Polaris Industries acquired this brand two years ago, our goal from the outset was to leverage our engineering, manufacturing and operational prowess as a market leader in powersports to design and build a truly exceptional motorcycle that represents the perfect balance of legendary heritage and brilliant, state-of-the-art engineering and technology,” continued Menneto. “All of us at Indian Motorcycle are very proud to offer the 2014 Indian Chief at a starting price of $18,999. We set out to make the power and heritage of this beautiful new bike available at a price point that is competitive and more accessible to people who are looking for authenticity and choice in American motorcycles.”

2014-Indian-Chief3The new Indian Chief will be revealed at the 73rd annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in Sturgis, South Dakota, which runs August 3-11, 2013. Specific details on the launch timing will be announced this summer. The Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, the world’s largest motorcycle rally, was started in 1936 by an Indian Motorcycle club, the famed Jackpine Gypsies  Indian Motorcycle intent is to reclaim that heritage and share the historic reveal of the 2014 Indian Chief with the rider community at the 2013 Sturgis Rally.

For more info in support of today’s announcement regarding the flagship 2014 Indian Chief, visit the Indian Motorcycle website or their Twitter Account or  at Indian Facebook.

80 Responses to “New 2014 Indian Chief To Be Revealed In Sturgis. Price Starting At $18,999.”

  1. 1 Moore Sensible May 13th, 2013 at 10:14 am

    Looks like they might just have themselves a winner.

  2. 2 CafeSportyTC May 13th, 2013 at 10:15 am

    the overall outline shape isn’t surprising… just please let there not be those lame skirted fenders….

  3. 3 1901-1953 May 13th, 2013 at 10:26 am

    93% USA Made parts versus HD 65% USA made parts.

  4. 4 Boomer May 13th, 2013 at 10:35 am

    Those “lame skirted fenders” go with Indian like peanut butter goes with jelly.

    The big question on everyone’s mind was the starting price. HD better step up its game and build a better motor. The Twin-Cam has far too many weak spots. Once this new Indian motor proves itself; I doubt Indian will be able to keep up with demand at this price. I am looking forward to seeing other models like maybe a Scout with the same power plant/trans package (and none of those “lame fenders”). 😀

    Pretty cool. Three solid American made mainstream bikes to choose from soon and the smaller shops building custom made bikes. Things are looking good in the motorcycle world. This is good for everyone. Competition forces everyone to put out a good product at a good price. I’d say this new Indian is proof of that.

  5. 5 Bud May 13th, 2013 at 10:38 am

    A 2014 Chief?! Brent? Greeko?

  6. 6 Johny Letgo. May 13th, 2013 at 10:40 am

    Excellent price. Good shape.

  7. 7 Mdkuder May 13th, 2013 at 10:46 am

    Sweet the prices are almost reasonable.

  8. 8 tundra May 13th, 2013 at 10:49 am

    I’m pleasantly (really) surprised at the starting price point. This is a good thing for harley riders as well.

  9. 9 Mike Greenwald May 13th, 2013 at 10:50 am

    Price point was so important. Thank God, you pay attention to that.

  10. 10 Bryan May 13th, 2013 at 10:51 am

    I think I want one without seeing it! When, where can we place an order?

  11. 11 Shifter May 13th, 2013 at 10:52 am

    Harley no more orange and black, but green.

  12. 12 motomanjack112 May 13th, 2013 at 10:59 am

    WOW…Impressed beyond belief that Indian would offer their innagural model below $20K.

    At this price point…The Motor Company will have something to worry about.

    Knowing Polaris, they took their time to get this model right and once it’s revealed and evaluated by every motorcycle pub.under the planet, the word…good or bad…will spread like a wild fire throughout our community.

    If real world performance (not dyno specs) is at least, at the same level as H-D…LOOK OUT as this brand will catapult itself back into the game.

    Good luck Indian and Polaris…If any company can revive this iconic 112 year old brand, it’s you folks.

  13. 13 Peter Davenport May 13th, 2013 at 11:06 am

    Price is good news. Road testing it, Cyril?

  14. 14 Matt W. May 13th, 2013 at 11:07 am

    Was expecting a bike like that to run around $23k. Not bad at all.

  15. 15 mk May 13th, 2013 at 11:11 am

    Man those handlebars sure looks like the ones right off of Victory’s pullbacks. But then again I wouldn’t be surprised if it looks better in real life

  16. 16 Justin Sherman May 13th, 2013 at 11:15 am

    Until now it’s a no fault by Polaris. Congrats.

  17. 17 x-harley rider May 13th, 2013 at 11:17 am

    Victory riders are all ready seeing poor quality in the Victory now that there focusing on the Indian

  18. 18 TodT May 13th, 2013 at 11:23 am

    I’m really looking forward to seeing this bike, reasonable price point as well.

  19. 19 Vrodder May 13th, 2013 at 11:26 am

    Things just got vewy vewy intewesting…

    At $19K and 111ci, this bike is looking like it will have some very serious legs!

  20. 20 tree May 13th, 2013 at 11:39 am

    I REALLY want to like this bike- cannot wait to see how it looks, and what the dimensions are.

  21. 21 Drive The Wheels Off May 13th, 2013 at 11:49 am

    Truly exciting time. I often wondered what it was like when Indian & HD were in competition together.

    Is Indian taking an initial fleet to sell/auction at Sturgis? Those would be very collectible.

    :37 – :38 second part of the video is a nice touch by the marketing team.

    Is a re-do of a Panhead or Knucklehead in the future as a response by HD?

  22. 22 Doug May 13th, 2013 at 11:59 am

    @tree – likewise. The dimensions of the Kings Mtn Chief were out of proportion. It was tall and gangly compared to the HD Roadking, so I hope the new Chief’s proportions are much improved.

  23. 23 BC May 13th, 2013 at 12:30 pm

    When Harley reintroduced the springer front end, I thought typical Harley Davidson, marching backward into the future…what next a rigid frame?

  24. 24 Terence Tory May 13th, 2013 at 12:55 pm

    I don’t really think this is a serious Motorcycle manufacturing foray.The Indian marketing guys will licence-out the logo to sell containers of Pakistani and Chinese jeans,jackets and boots to hipsters.They will make more for shareholders than the bikes ever will.What’s that Metallica song that starts with: “Hey I’m your life” ? On a brighter note a 650cc Scout that goes around corners like a sportbike but still looks a little like a Scout would be good.Not everybody wants a six hundred pound horror that can’t get out of it’s own way.Pre WWII the Scout was THE American sportbike,the Chiefs were just clunky jokes.

  25. 25 Vrodder May 13th, 2013 at 1:01 pm

    Hmmm… Cruise control on the hand controls along with 1.25″ bars and long floorboards.

  26. 26 Gunner May 13th, 2013 at 1:24 pm

    have to call bs on this post if your talking on the 2014 models … highly unlikely 93% USA Made parts versus HD 65% USA made parts.

  27. 27 Larry R May 13th, 2013 at 1:32 pm

    I like it alot! The price is in the ballpark and I think it will give Harley some real competition. As far as 93% USA Made parts versus HD 65% USA make parts. I highly suspect HD USA made parts is significantly less than that. What I gather is that most parts are foreign made and assembled in the USA. Harley’s greed has killed them as far as I am concerned.

  28. 28 Bigalyts May 13th, 2013 at 1:38 pm

    Now we are talking…….Looks like the New Indians have SOUL. The definitely put Heart into the mix as well…………They priced the Bike with their Heart so now, a Ride and if all is good then I’m an Owner. I was little apprehensible because I was afraid there would be some Excelsior Henderson in the mix. Remember that Dog……..Rrruuufffff.

  29. 29 BobS May 13th, 2013 at 1:54 pm

    Nice job by Polaris on the details of the bike so far. You can lay off the 112 years repetitions though. We get it, 112 is more than 110. Whatever. We care about the bike.

  30. 30 BobS May 13th, 2013 at 1:57 pm

    And the only people who really know parts content percentages don’t release that.

  31. 31 tundra May 13th, 2013 at 2:03 pm

    I agree BobS – “112-year product lineup”…must be using new math.

  32. 32 Lauence Zankowski May 13th, 2013 at 2:23 pm


    Tax, destination and dealer prep charges well over $ 21,000. Add windscreen and hard bags ( leather or ABS composite) well over $25,000. Add desire to own first, cost $30,000 plus. Remember the Mazda Miata dealer over charge when they first came out? Well, unless Polaris makes an announcement saying dealer over charge will not be tolerated you will not get near a first run Polaris Chief for under $25,000 if that low.


  33. 33 Lauence Zankowski May 13th, 2013 at 2:29 pm


    Oh and btw, $25,000 thats how much my road king was going for out the door in 2000. The dealer mark up was Insane. I got my RK for less because it was end of model year. $21,000 total out the door.

    Yes I was probably taken to the cleaners, I learned. Never again. Its either Victory, BMW GSA, or scooters for me.


  34. 34 Terence Tory May 13th, 2013 at 2:45 pm

    Gas bagging about a new Indian is just fine.But I can’t see any need for this “made in the U.S of A.” nonsense here.Seeing as though the loudest voices will be watching a Japanese TV,using a Taiwanese laptop,holding a Chinese iPhone while gorging down on Indian,Chinese or Greek peanuts.Like Elvis said in the Roustabout movie in 64′ while riding a Honda 305 superhawk:” Get with it baby,it’s globalization!”.

  35. 35 CafeSportyTC May 13th, 2013 at 3:00 pm

    Boomer… nevermind the video wasn’t up when I commented… it is now and in shadows i see skirts…. for something that was Iconic of a then FAILING Indian to be latched onto as iconic ….to me is stupid…. how about latch on the the racing heritage…. how about not the same basic outline with a different motor… is that too much to ask?

    on a seperate note… for under 20K…. i can see the bike really taking off and being sold the crap out of…. I really really hope Indian takes hold this time and gives us plenty of the bikes that Harley is afraid to give us…. or gives us 5 years of and kills them due to there lack of advertising and pushing (XR1200X) … give me a scout true to its heritage…. give me high revving Indian 4 or a goldwing killing indian 4…anyways… i’ve preached enough

  36. 36 Boots May 13th, 2013 at 3:13 pm

    Laurence brings up a great point. By the time that a rider orders everything needed to be a good touring bike it will be over $25,000 dollars easy. I purchased my RoadKing for less than $17,000 and it was ready to go. I have not had a single problem with it since I drove it off the show room floor.
    Just wait until the new Indian owners start doing long rides and start having problems. The closest dealership will probably be several states away.
    I don’t really understand all of the Harley negativity. Haven’t they been around for 110 years? Compare that to Polaris/Indian

  37. 37 Robert Pandya May 13th, 2013 at 4:33 pm

    Thanks to all for the support. We’re almost bloody from biting our tongues these past few months. A re-badged Victory – No. A Freedom 106 with new covers – No. An engine that ignores the past – No. Priced out of reach from the competition – No.

    As get closer to Sturgis the rest of our plans fully engage. Just as our engineering team surpassed the sub $20K goal for a premium motorcycle that competes with the World’s best – so will the rest of the teams when it comes to apparel, accessories, customer service, marketing, dealer development and ultimately sales and events. The Indian Motorcycle team is proud to deliver the promise of this great brand and believe me, we still have lots more to show you in the months, and years to come. If you are a potential dealer sitting on the fence, it’s time to get off because the biggest thing to happen in the American motorcycle industry is happening now. Some people see that – other choose not to.

    Thank you Cyril for your hard work in reporting the news we love to read about. All the best to you riders out there – we will see you in Sturgis! This is going to be a GREAT year!

    Robert Pandya
    External Relations Manager
    Indian Motorcycle

  38. 38 666 May 13th, 2013 at 4:38 pm

    Gee another big fender indian. Another claim of we will do it right. At least for now the price is not 35G
    This is still going to be a long shot at best for anyone spending tons of cash to open a dealership. As they say a fool and his money …….

  39. 39 morpion May 13th, 2013 at 4:56 pm

    big marketing,,big advertising,,,but nobody can say if that new engine is powerful and reliable,,,

  40. 40 Vrodder May 13th, 2013 at 5:12 pm

    I find it humorous when people state “another big fender Indian”. The same can easily be said for “another batwing Harley” or “another red Ducati”.

    I do agree that an Indian only dealership will be very tough. Getting enough product and enough varied product to sell to keep the doors open will be a huge challenge. As an additional line, Indian would be a great compliment though.

    As for this launch of the Indian line versus the other two times, you can’t even compare them. Never did the brand have a billion dollar plus company behind it. If the new motor wasn’t enough to tell you the commitment that Polaris has to this venture, then nothing will.

    Three real and viable American Motorcycle choices… Who’d a thunk it.

  41. 41 Chris Johnston May 13th, 2013 at 5:38 pm

    It can’t be the motorcycle of all Harley bikers, but it will be the bike of a lot of them. So far, I like everything Ican see and read.

  42. 42 Dustin May 13th, 2013 at 5:59 pm

    If smaller and lighter than the former Chiefs (Gilroy & Kings Mountain generations) it’s going to be a beautiful bike. Can’t wait to see it in Sturgis.

  43. 43 Dave Blevins May 13th, 2013 at 6:05 pm

    This is getting fun!

  44. 44 Blackmax May 13th, 2013 at 6:29 pm

    Oh Yeah !!!!!
    Right in the pocket on price
    there is going to be a new rush to the Black Hills to see (& buy) this one
    Wise words from Robert P. if you have the $$ to invest
    But most of all, I still want a test ride

  45. 45 Sheridan May 13th, 2013 at 8:16 pm

    The bike looks magnificent in the silhouette, and the pricing is right where it needs to be, being on par with the HD Softail range. Well done Indian, I can’t wait to see the full reveal and look at all the finer details.

  46. 46 Smittydog May 13th, 2013 at 8:25 pm

    Looks like a big battle is going be brewing. MC vs. INDIAN

  47. 47 Bruce May 13th, 2013 at 8:30 pm

    Getting excited by this Indian re-launch. The big rivalry between HD and Indian will benefit all bikers. Better bikes, better service, better gear. At a lower price than right now. Are you watching HD? Yes, you are. Your Softail line is going to suffer. Time for you to create something new and exciting to compete with the new Chief.

  48. 48 Travis Gerr May 13th, 2013 at 8:34 pm

    We only see the Chief silhouette. It can look better or worse when unveiled. But looks good for now. Price is right for a 111″ with a good design.

  49. 49 Rodent May 13th, 2013 at 8:36 pm

    Let the bullshit and speculation stop already. The day it’s on sale the magazines, investors, riders, and all interested parties will autopsy it from top to bottom, side to side, inside out. Comparisons will be made. Options will be formed. Lets hope the hype isn’t better than the product.
    If its acceptable people will buy it and if it ain’t it will fail. Time will tell. Lets hope the lines for indian are not as long as the ones with fools waiting on line for Apple’s latest electronic package. Also remember the Edsel and the Yugo! And the speculation on what Harley Davidson will do!

  50. 50 Iron Horse May 13th, 2013 at 9:32 pm

    Great starting price point…sign me up! Gotta clear out a spot in the stable now.

  51. 51 Garlik May 13th, 2013 at 9:54 pm

    Sorry Boots..
    Don’t forget the AMF Years…. (American Machinery And Foundry); 1969 – 1981
    It hasn’t been a pure 110 years…

  52. 52 Gerald May 14th, 2013 at 5:33 am

    You must respect a company investing so much money & effort in trying to re-launch the iconic Indian brand. I have the feeling that this time it will work. This Chief will sell enough for Polaris to have the resources to produce other new models. I hope that soon (2014?) we will have more Indian models to choose from.

  53. 53 Gladiator May 14th, 2013 at 5:35 am

    Cyril, road test before Sturgis?

  54. 54 James Guerini May 14th, 2013 at 5:40 am

    The new Chief looks to me as a cruiser conceived and priced to steal from Harley potential buyers ranging from the Fat Boy to the Road King. Well done.

  55. 55 Jose May 14th, 2013 at 5:42 am


  56. 56 Gary Setco May 14th, 2013 at 5:53 am

    The important point is. Does it look like what Springfield would have produced in 2013? The answer is an outstanding yes. So, I am on the side of those thinking it will sell very well. Engine is a beauty. Bodywork looks nice. Price is correct. What do you want more if you are in the market for a 20K cruiser?

  57. 57 Rick Lossner May 14th, 2013 at 7:36 am

    Skirted Fenders make the Chief. Sort of like those lame fenders on the HD FLT’s make that bike.

    What will really be interesting to me, is when they announce ( assuming well after Sturgis ) the other models ( one below and one above?) the Chief…. what it’ll look like

  58. 58 Tooj May 14th, 2013 at 9:09 am

    I love it! “My bike was ready right from the dealership and I never did anything to it.”

    Yup, figures. The statement alone is the stereotype of the reactions of “the only game in town” being bested by not one, but two motor companies. (So, you didn’t open up those lame ass EPA certified pipes? On any bike ever?)

    I do appreciate the earlier reference to H-D being a 1981 startup reacquired from AMF. Used to be, you’d look at a shovel with disdain and now all the n00bz want one. H-D isn’t doing bad for a 32 year old company with a 73 year history of troubled financials.

  59. 59 Vinnie May 14th, 2013 at 9:12 am

    93% parts made in USA???? Where the hell did that number come up from? LOL, ya right.

  60. 60 Bo Duke May 14th, 2013 at 9:46 am

    $19K puts it right in the Road King wheelhouse. Should be a great competition moving forward. Back to back solid double’s into the gap for Indian, come the big reveal in Sturgis, here is to them putting one in the bleachers!

  61. 61 Jeff Nicklus May 14th, 2013 at 10:24 am

    Say what you will …. I would be willing to bet that Indian will take as much as 3%-5% market share from HD ….. which is huge. Just my 2 cents worth.

    Over & Out,


  62. 62 Gary May 14th, 2013 at 11:32 am

    Taking 3% of the US Harley market in less than 2 years would be a huge victory for Polaris. In my opinion, probability it will happen is quite high.

  63. 63 spaz May 14th, 2013 at 11:40 am

    Everyone is ignoring another HUGE point: Rumor has it Harley is not building a Road King or a Road King Classic for 2014, (for that matter, they’re not offering a Road Glide or Road Glide Ultra either) If this is true, either HD is handing customers over to Indian, or Indian is going to step in and take them. Competition is awesome. The Industry is coming back stronger and more interesting than ever! Combine all this with a new Motorcycle TV show coming out of the Ness Family in August and we’re all looking good!

  64. 64 Brett May 14th, 2013 at 11:46 am

    Spaz. Harley discontnuing 6 models is not a rumor. It was published 2 weeks ago by Cyril. He doesn’t publish rumors.

  65. 65 Rob May 14th, 2013 at 3:49 pm

    A lot of folks are fed up with having clunky transmissions,bad compensators,Crappy flywheels and bearings………..Do i need to add to the list. If you want a current model H-D to run properly and reliably yo must sink another $4,000. The only downside for the new Indian will be lack of aftermarket/ custom parts for those who want something easy to customize right now .This may be good a thing for talented and industrious Indy’s….

  66. 66 Shini May 14th, 2013 at 4:06 pm

    sweet the prices are almost reasonable

  67. 67 morpion May 14th, 2013 at 4:50 pm

    marzzochi front end and brembo brake system made in italy

  68. 68 Woody's May 14th, 2013 at 7:02 pm

    Who cares if H-D had ownership changes? I guess Chrysler is only a few years old?

  69. 69 courtney May 15th, 2013 at 12:43 am

    All I can say is I am pretty much orgasmed out about now.

    Oh, don’t get me wrong, It was sooo good in the late 90’s. But multiple marriages and divorces since have taken their toll….

    Yawn. I just wanna sleep… on the couch.

  70. 70 courtney May 15th, 2013 at 1:01 am

    Oh, and while I’m on it, has anyone come up with a good, rational explanation as to why Victory did not turn out to be the Great White Hope that Polaris spent 15 years attempting to groom?

    Why is it suddenly perceived that the Brand New Polaris version of Indian will instantaneously achieve what their in-house, proprietary creation, i.e., the Victory brand, could not?

    Why not just re-invent Pope instead?

  71. 71 BobS May 15th, 2013 at 5:11 am

    courtney, what you’re missing is that Victory did become the “Great White Hope” as you say. They are better bikes. The reason it’s perceived that Indian will instantly achieve success is because of what we have already seen. Polaris has proven they can build a faster bike, that is more comfortable, handles better, brakes better, blah blah blah. But as it turns out the only thing most purchasers care about is the name on the tank. There you go.

  72. 72 fuji May 15th, 2013 at 6:55 am

    Bob S . Spot on response

    courtney. states.

    Oh, and while I’m on it, has anyone come up with a good, rational explanation .


    Try ” getting off of whatever you are on ” you will feel better and be more rational less miserable. bike, pills etc. something’s rubbing you the wrong way and in the wrong place.

    A family doctor or proctologist may help. Your employer may give you a raise.

  73. 73 Seymour May 15th, 2013 at 7:40 am

    I think it’s going to be a winner.

  74. 74 Vrat May 15th, 2013 at 9:02 am

    I’ll hold my judgment until the actual bike is released and a proper test drive. But I must say, I like what I’m seeing so far. It will be great for the buyer to have three solid choices when it comes time to purchase an American motorcycle. And a little competition will help the industry.

  75. 75 Matt W. May 15th, 2013 at 9:06 am

    Agreed with Bob S. Victory has evolved very quickly in the last 15 years and now make some of the best engineered mass production bikes that America has to offer.

    What Indian will evolve into only time will tell. I am hoping that it will parallel closer to Triumph’s business model rather than Harley’s. But what ever it is I hope that Polaris will focus just as much on the bikes as they do the brand.

  76. 76 Steve The Producer Johann May 15th, 2013 at 12:58 pm

    Brand is king and as a Brand Indian has been going strong long after they died a half century ago.

    American’s in general love to keep legends alive and Indian is a very big legend. So I suspect in the long run at these intro prices the new fleet of Indians will do quite well.

    From a business stand point – It took 100 years for H-D to sell 4 million bikes and achive it’s greatness. How many millions of Honda’s have sold in half that time? Now look at what Honda has achieved: from Jets to Robots they dominate the market in more ways then one.

    Polaris has much more in common with Honda than with H-D thanks to their miulti-line thinking, something H-D has attempted but has been unable to maintain for very long.

    Bottom line as Bob S. stated, people buy H-D because it’s a Brand they can buy into and now we have a second Iconic Brand people can buy into.

    Great job Polaris.

  77. 77 kt May 16th, 2013 at 1:02 am

    Sounds promising. I hope Polaris will do what’s right, and not only what’s right for their bottom line.

  78. 78 Terence Tory May 16th, 2013 at 2:09 am

    Steve the producer Johann :I’m well aware that virtually the entire internet has only a slender link with any kind of reality at all and bikers brains roll around on big fluffy cushions of dreams,But.legend brand Indian has been as dead as a dust bowl horse in two different centuries.H-D is not a “legend” they are producers and a reality.H-D is not a legend.If Americans “in general love to keep legends alive”,well they didn’t love “general” motors enough to keep Detroit alive….I rode a Chief once years ago and it made a Honda CX500 seem awesome in comparison if anyone is interested.The “good old days”never existed and legends are embellished half-truths mouthed by old sad men.

  79. 79 Bo Duke May 17th, 2013 at 12:42 pm

    Terrence, go grab some cotton candy, sit on a park bench by the ocean and take a couple deep breaths 🙂

  80. 80 Mario from the Barrio Jun 16th, 2013 at 4:49 pm

    Its about time somebody paid attention to the over inflated price of these bikes. I will now consider buying a new one.

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