I don't belong to that forum pr FB and once these new Indians are out I would imagine this free forum will pick up. I have read all reviews but would rather here from owners. Thanks for the responses. I am considering a Chieftain for next year. So far the only thing I dont like is the small hard bags. I have a Kawasaki Nomad 1700 and the bags are huge and I can overstuff them. I take several weekend trips each year two up so I need more stoage not less. I am leaning to a Cross Country Tour. I love the HDs but just can not feel comfortable with the reliability. I am riding up to Rome NY next weekend from Long Island (about 4 hrs) to test ride the Indians. Will post on here when I get home.
HHHEEEEELLLLLLLLOOOO!!!! hello? So I guess no one saw any Indians this weekend.
Oh well. Going to Victory demo ride tomorrow. After some more research I figure I am sticking with my 1700 Vulcan one more season and in about a year get a Cross Country Tour. Still doing Indian demo next weekend.
Here's a link to a very informative and interesting ride review of the new Indian Challenger by Cycle World. Sounds like it deffinitely warrants consideration if one has a case of 'NBF'. Cylcle World Review
About what I expected. The Challenger wins, but not by much. Proper tune should give it a much better power advantage.
The Scout and Octane's big twin liquid-cooled brother.
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