1921 marked the debut of the Indian Motorcycle Chief. Designed by the legendary Charles Franklin, the dirt track racer and engineer who also dreamed up the Scout, the Chief had a 61-cubic-inch V-twin, dual cams, a low seat, and graceful lines. It quickly gained fans around the world, helping fuel the post-war era of bike racing and customization in America.
100 years later, one of America's most iconic bikes has been completely reimagined by America's first motorcycle company. The new Chief is the perfect blend of old and new - a timeless design supplemented with modern technology and performance, with zero compromises. The only people it will disappoint are the ones who hoped to keep it in their rearview.