It’s amazing to see how badly banged up these Indians are relative to the total lack of injuries displayed by the men holding them up, I assume they’re the riders but I can’t see so much as a scratch on them. If you look closely at the Indian board tracker second in from the left you’ll notice that the engine is actually bent along with the frame, it takes a very large off to achieve that.
The Carolina 8 Inch Work Boot is one of those things that’s so dyed-in-the-wool American that it probably smells like apple pie and fireworks. Each of the boots is made in America, by Americans, from American materials, they’re also electrical hazard rated, they have a full leather upper and a foot-friendly Vibram® outsole. At $144 USD, the Carolina…
The Garmin Rino 655t is a GPS/2-Way Radio/Camera unit that’s waterproof, drop-proof, mud-proof and child-proof. Although I’m a little doubtful about that last one.
This is one of the most action packed vintage racing photos we’ve seen for a while, from the looks on the faces of the 1950s spectators in the background to the just landing on his side to the look on the face of the one racers who’s still upright, it’s an excellent picture.