The Anvil Motociclette Indian Shrimp Mille – A Custom Indian Scout Sixty

Custom Indian Scout Sixty 4

The Indian Shrimp Mille is a new custom build from the talented Italian team at Anvil Motociclette dedicated to one of the biggest superstars of the early years of American board track racing – Albert Burns. Albert “Shrimp” Burns – Hall of Fame Racing Legend Albert “Shrimp” Burns started his racing career at just 15…

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Dimitri Coste – Heroes of the Indian FTR1200

Indian FTR1200

Editor’s Note: The new FTR 1200 has now been released. You can click to see the Silodrome Cheat Sheet for the new Indian FTR 1200 and the FTR 1200 S. The Indian FTR1200 is a perfect fit for Paris-born Dimitri Coste, a photographer, motorcycle racer, and film director famous for his larger than life personality,…

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All-Original – 1940 Indian Sport Scout Model 640

The Indian Sport Scout was designed and built to regain the crown that had been lost when the Springfield, Massachusetts-based company discontinued their ever-popular Scout 101 in 1931. The Indian Scout 101 The story of the Indian Scout 101 is a two-wheeled example of the old adage if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. The…

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1912 Indian Twin Board Track Racer

Indian Motocycle Back in the early part of the 20th century, Indian Motocycle were one of the most successful and prolific builders of both racing and road motorcycles in the world. Most people don’t typically associate Indian with racing, but the Indian factory team took the first three places in the 1911 Isle of Man…

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1941 Indian Four

The Iconic Indian Four The Indian Four is fitted with one of the most handsome American motorcycle engines ever designed, and for its time it was also one of the most capable – able to achieve more than 100 mph and powering famous motorcycle racers like Erwin “Cannonball” Baker to new coast-to-coast records. The Indian’s inline…

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Lee Munro’s Indian Scout

Lee Munro is the great nephew of motorcycle land speed legend Burt Munro, and in August this year he’s going to return to the Bonneville Salt Flats – 50 years after his great uncle was last there piloting his own Indian Streamliner. Burt Munro is a man who needs no introduction, he was made even more…

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