Indian Motorcycle is planning a power-packed weekend schedule for this week’s International Motorcycle Show in New York City taking place January 18-20 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. Executives from Indian Motorcycle and parent company Polaris Industries will be on-hand throughout the event to engage with motorcycling enthusiasts as the company showcases the entire lineup of 2013 Indian Motorcycle models, including the recently introduced Indian Chief Vintage Final Edition. The stunning new bike is a collectible, limited edition model commemorating the end of one era for the legendary brand and the beginning of the Spirit Lake Iowa era under the stewardship of Polaris Industries.
“We’ve got something for everyone this weekend at IMS-New York, and show attendees will definitely want to take part in the Indian Summit press conference and consumer event on Friday to learn more about what’s coming down the road as we prepare to re-launch the original American motorcycle brand,” said Polaris Vice President of Motorcycles Steve Menneto. “Our team is chartered with capturing the heart and soul of a legendary 112-year old motorcycle brand and then forging that essence into the industry’s most stunning new motorcycle line, and we are well on our way to achieving that goal. Everyone who loves motorcycles and respects the heritage of Indian Motorcycle should plan to participate in this event to learn more about our progress and plans. I’m confident they’ll walk away from that event knowing that choice in the heavyweight category is just over the horizon.”
For tickets and information on this or other upcoming IMS events visit www.motorcycleshows.com.