Gary Glass

The new Indian Roadmaster offers a rich history in a new motorcycle and is an excellent reflection of American luxury. Indian first used the Roadmaster name in the 1940 and the new Roadmaster represents a new take on Indian Motorcycle luxury and performance.

Original Indian Roadmaster History

The original Indian Roadmaster was produced between 1947 and 1953. It is universally viewed as being reliable and comfortable along with having a wide range of features. The 2015 Roadmaster was designed to take up that legacy and comes with a wide array of features to make riding comfortable and convenient. These features include the motorcycle’s extensive storage along with its unsurpassed performance and power.

Reintroduction to the Indian Roadmaster

About the reintroduction of the new Roadmaster, Indian Motorcycle VP said that he considered it a privilege and honor for his team “to be a part of motorcycling history.” He went to point out that the Roadmaster’s heritage, quality and craftsmanship” along with its performance and standard features are “simply unmatched” among luxury touring bikes.
New Indian Roadmaster features include:

  • Convenience and Comfort
    The Roadmaster for designed to provide two-passenger touring comfort and its features include hard saddlebags and a removable trunk.
  • Extensive Chrome Plating
    The Roadmaster offers lots of standard chrome. Indian Roadmaster chrome plating extends to the forks, trim and fender tips. To provide additional chrome plating services, we can chrome components, including the chrome windshield trim and chrome driving light bezels.
  • Luxury Features
    The new Roadmaster has a power windshield along with heated grips and heated seats for both the rider and passenger.