The 1920s were filled with jazz and economic prosperity. During that time, the Indian motorcycle was picking up popularity after winning the Isle of Mann race in 1911. The two men behind the production of the Indian motorcycle were originally bike makers, and once they tinkered with adding an engine to a bike, they were off and running.
This is an Indian bicycle with a motor rather than an early Indian, although the bikes were make to look like the motorcycles during this time. I was remiss in getting the year on this beautiful bike, so I apologize, but my best guess is in the 1920s or maybe a little earlier. No matter what the year, it is a wonderful piece of American history that is sure to delight anyone with a love of early motorcycles.
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