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Indian Roadmaster to make a comeback in 2015

Indian Roadmaster to make a comeback in 2015

Snapshot: The fourth bike in the Indian's portfolio will be powered by the same 1811cc engine that is present in all the three existing models of the brand

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Indian motorcycles is ready to bring back the Roadster from 1940s and 50s back. Indian Roadster is not a new name for the enthusiasts who belong to that era or have done enough research on the iconic brand. The bike will be propelled by the same 1811cc 'Thunder Stroke' engine that is present in all the three present models - Chief Classic, Chief Vintage and Chieftain. The brand which was relaunched last by the new owner - Polaris - rolled out its new series in August last year and has been riding high since then on the new found fan following.

Not much has been revealed about the features and the dynamics of the motorcycle though except the engine, but the possibility of Indian showcasing the bike or making an official announcement in some of the upcoming motorcycle events coming up in near future also cannot be ruled out. What still remains interesting, however, is the fact that how Indian will position this motorcycle as all the three motorcycles it offers as of now have covered most of the options available.

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