Indian Motorcycle makes comeback

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By Erin Kennedy By Erin Kennedy
By Erin Kennedy By Erin Kennedy
By Erin Kennedy By Erin Kennedy
By Erin Kennedy By Erin Kennedy
By Erin Kennedy By Erin Kennedy

PHOENIX -- Motorcycle enthusiasts will be happy to know that the Indian Motorcycle has made its return.

The company began in 1901 and went out of business in 1953. Several companies have tried to bring Indian Motorcycle back, but it wasn’t until Polaris recently bought the company that it made its return.

“What they’ve done is completely redesigned this from bottom to top,” said Barry Caraway, a motorcycle enthusiast from cycylerides.com. “It rides like an absolute dream.”

The Chieftain was featured on Good Morning Arizona Thursday and its price starts at about $22,000. The Chief Vintage is priced around $20,000.

To learn more, visit: http://www.indianmotorcycle.com/en-us.