Indian Motorcycle's website has a search feature to help customers find the nearest dealership. Indian Motorcycle showrooms are located around the world, and bikes can be purchased either in store or through the company's website.
Indian Motorcycle was founded in 1901 as America's first motorcycle company. Indian motorbikes won many international races in the 1910s and the company is responsible for introducing several innovations, such as the first electric starter, created in 1914, and the first four-cylinder motorbike, made in 1927, writes Popular Mechanics.
In 2011, sports and leisure vehicle manufacturer Polaris Industries acquired the struggling Indian Motorcycle brand and is leading the company on a resurgence. As of 2015, Indian has introduced three new motorcycles under its name since August 2013. The company is pushing to open more dealerships across the United States and in international locations, though all engines and motorcycles are assembled in the United States.
Indian Motorcycle is known for its classic, vintage look and technical performance. The Indian line up includes Scout, Cruiser, Bagger and Touring bikes, with names such as the Indian Chieftan, Roadmaster and Chief Classic. Harley Davidson has been one of Indian's top competitors since its inception in 1903, both in terms of looks and performance.