Some of the most interesting, groundbreaking, or just plain weird motorcycles that have appeared in the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum.
1970 Indian Velo 500
Sometimes it’s hard to say goodbye. And that was particularly true in the years after the original Indian Motocycle Company went out of business in 1953.
When the end came for the company, Indian’s fiercely loyal fans had a hard time accepting it.
One of those in a position to do something about that was former West Coast Indian distributor and motorcycle magazine publisher Floyd Clymer, who acquired the rights to the Indian name in 1967 and made a number of attempts to revive the marque.
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