Bikernet takes a quick look at Indian Motorcycle's historical timeline for iconic moments from 1901 through the present. Today we give you 1930 – 1939
1930 — The Art Deco era hits the Indians adorned in a full range of Duco colors, two-tone designs, pinstriping, and decals.
1932 — Two new lightweight models debut – the Motoplane and the Pony Scout.
1937 — “Iron Man” Ed Kretz, aboard a Sport Scout, laps the entire field in his win at the 1937 Inaugural Daytona 200. Indian introduces first motorcycles with dual carburetors.
1939 — With the onset of World War II, focus again shifts to providing the War Department with motorcycles. The government of France orders 5,000 Chiefs with sidecars.