Win This Bike!
Sleek and classic Indian Chief styling with 21st Century performance. Reflecting many great old Indians on display in the National Motorcycle Museum, we couldn't think of a sweeter new bike to win. A 2012 Indian Chief Classic is the new National Motorcycle Museum Fundraiser Bike, and you could win it!
It's accepted by most enthusiasts of motorcycle history that Indians were great motorcycles. Stylish, solid race track performers, and one of just three brands to survive the Depression in America. And the brand lives on to this day carrying on traditions of styling and performance.
But the winner of this 2012 Indian Chief Classic will enjoy some major upgrades over the great old skirted fender Chiefs of the 1940 and 1950's. In fact, the 2012 Indian Chief is all new!
The 105 cubic inch fuel injected, digital ignition PowerPlus engine delivers smooth dependable power through a slick shifting six-speed transmission. The paint is Indian red with gold script framed in gloss black. Beautiful chrome and stainless wheels gleam as they rotate, but are stopped by 12" four piston disk brakes. Suspension is what you have come to expect of premium motorcycles offering comfort and control. And, this is a specially badged, very limited production 110th Anniversary Edition celebrating 110 years since Indian went into full production in 1902. It's one of the first machines built in Spirit Lake, Iowa.
John Parham, President of the Board for the Museum offers, "I'm really proud of our fund-raiser bikes over the years, and the great support we've had, all the donations our friends have made to win the bike. This new Indian Chief Classic has got to be one of our best offerings and we thank Indian Motorcycles
very much for donating it to the National Motorcycle Museum. I hope you will enter to win, and support the Museum."
The drawing is December 31, 2012 and you need not be present to win. Donate for your chances here:
1. Order Online Click on the button below to order by an electronic check.
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2. Mail Order Click on the button below, print off the order form, and order by mail.
» Mail-In Order Form
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