This 1916 Indian bicycle, owned by Marc Pfisterer is the most deluxe model that was offered by the company, and is in very good original condition for it’s age. Officially called the “Electrically Equipped” model No. 12, by Indian. Manufactured … Continue reading
1936 Indian balloon bicycle. This bicycles were made in Germany by A.G.A. under license of Indian Motocycle Co. and where sold in the US for a very short period of time. This is the one of the rarest balloon bicycles … Continue reading
Restored balloon tire Indian.Riding on NOS US Chain Tread white wall tires.Sach Torpedo rear hubs were used on these German built bikes. The chain has Germany on each link. Entry Submitted by Bill Triplett
1950 Indian bicycle made by Phillips in England with same year Cyclemaster Motor Wheel. Entry Submitted by Brian Kunzog
Close-up Photographs of a boy on a teens or early 1920′s Indian bicycle.
1915 Hendee Indian all original except for the seat. Even has the hard to find light and cyclometer. They are usually pictured in the literature. Headbadge was used on 1915 and 1916 Indians. Entry Submitted by Marc Pfisterer
“Electrically Equipped” Tank designed to hold large 1 1/2 volt dry cell battery, Front and Rear Lights, Wood Wheels. Entry Submitted by Brian Kunzog Unique to the Indian bicycles is the 11 spoke sprocket.
Deluxe Indian bicycle. Called a “motorbike” in reference to the similar look to a motorcycle.
Early Indian bicycle, when they were still manufactured by the Hendee Mfg. Co.
This is a Huffman built bike featuring the same 3-rib tank as the Dayton Streamliner, and the 3-rib chain guard used on the Firestone Twin-Flex and Firestone Fleetwood bicycles. This bicycle is a made-up bike, it was not originally built … Continue reading