New York, NY — December 9, 2013 — Indian Motorcycle®, America’s first motorcycle company, today announced a series of compelling reasons members of the U.S. Armed Forces should make plans to visit the International Motorcycle Show this Saturday, December 14 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.
On Saturday only, Indian Motorcycle is sponsoring free admission to the show as one small token of its appreciation to the dedicated men and women of the U.S. military. All personnel with a valid military ID will be admitted to the day’s festivities courtesy of Indian Motorcycle by presenting their credentials at the VIP Service Center.
Here are just a few of the many reasons military personnel won’t want to miss the day’s events:
Experience Indian Motorcycles – Past and Present
Stop by the all-new exhibit to check out the entire line of 2014 Indian Chief models including the Indian Chief Classic, theIndian Chief Vintage and the Indian Chieftain. Indian Motorcycle will feature a host of historically significant motorcycles including the ‘Spirit of Munro’ Streamliner, a one-of-a-kind custom vehicle built by Indian to pay homage to Burt Munro who famously rode into the history books on an Indian in 1962 at the Bonneville Salt Flats. Attendees will also enjoy “Springfield Row,” a line of fully restored pre-1953 era Indian bikes including a 1935 Indian Chief originally featured on HISTORY® Channel’s ‘American Pickers’ series, a 1948 Vintage Indian Chief, and more.
Check Out the ‘Jack Daniel’s Operation Ride Home’ Custom Bike to Benefit the U.S. Military
On Saturday, Indian Motorcycle will display a one-of-a-kind custom bike it has created to benefit U.S. Armed Forces personnel and their families. In support of Jack Daniel’s ‘Operation Ride Home’ program, the company pulled the ‘No. 7’ serial number Indian Chief Vintage out of the first 1901 numbered motorcycles from its assembly line and partnered with Klock Werks in Mitchell, SD to create a special motorcycle. After this weekend, the bike heads to the Scottsdale, AZ Barrett-Jackson auction in January in support of Operation Ride Home and U.S. military families. Show attendees who wish to contribute to Operation Ride Home may donate in a special Jack Daniel’s whiskey barrel inside the Indian Motorcycle display.
Experience the Patriotism and Pure Power of Trumpet Virtuoso Dr. Jesse McGuire
Throughout the day on Saturday, trumpet player Dr. Jesse McGuire will play rousing renditions of patriotic-inspired music in the Indian Motorcycle display. Dr. McGuire has performed for three U.S. presidents, and his amazing rendition of the National Anthem has been heard across the country at dozens of major professional sporting events.
Take Advantage of a $1,000 Military Incentive on the all-new 2014 Indian Chief Lineup
Indian Motorcycle is proud to offer members of the U.S. Military a $1,000 incentive on the purchase of any of the three exciting new 2014 Indian Chief models. Stop by the Indian Motorcycle exhibit this weekend to learn more, or to take advantage of this special program in honor of the proud and dedicated members of the U.S. Armed Forces.
Hear the Roar of the Thunder Stroke 111 Engine
Throughout the event, Indian Motorcycle will highlight the inspiring design and power of the new Thunder Stroke 111 engine, the heartbeat of the 2014 Indian Chiefs. The exhibit will feature a cut-away version of the new engine to demonstrate the engineering prowess behind the new power plant, and attendees will hear the roar of the new engine through the accessory Stage 1 exhaust available for all 2014 Indian Chiefs.
See the Brand-New Custom Indian Chief Classic
Attendees at the New York IMS show will be treated to a special new bike: A custom 2014 Chief Classic designed by the Indian Motorcycle Industrial Design team led by Greg Brew. Incorporating a number of accessories currently available for the Chiefs as well as a custom paint scheme and several unique features, this bike is sure to inspire the custom builder in everyone.
Explore the 2014 Lineup of Indian Motorcycle Apparel and Accessories
Selections from the new 2014 Indian Motorcycle apparel line will be available for purchase, including casual wear, hats and holiday gifts. Fully accessorized bikes will also be on display highlighting the array of accessories for the 2014 Chiefs.