Kiwi Indian Chief Takes 1st Place in SOCAL Baggers

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Indian Chief Touring


2010 Long CA

Kiwi Mike brought one of his customer’s bikes to enter the Ultimate Builder Custom Show in Long Beach, where he won the coveted Freestyle

Kiwi Indian Motorcycle has been specializing in old school for almost 30 years. Kiwi the man behind the company, has dedicated his to keeping old Indians alive. Out of passion he has designed and built Indian motorcycles that themselves to the look of the original appointments of current technology.

The Ultimate Builder bike embodies the 3 classes of Freestyle, MOD and Performance Custom. The Freestyle allows any motorcycle frame and any drivetrain combination. The imagination of the is the only restriction of the motorcycle

The structure for the show is based on the AMD Championship of Custom Bike rules.

As you might have guessed, the in Southern California is stiff, as world class builders in the SOCAL area. And the Ultimate show was no exception as Chris of LA Speedshop, the winner in the Mod Harley and Paul Cavallo of Spitfire, some outstanding motorcycles. In Bandit from along a few of his Bonneville racers to some real out-of-the-box

Freestyle Class Results

1 Kiwi Indian Chief by Mike Tomas

2 Chris of LA Speedshop

3 Paul Cavallo of

Indian Chief Touring

4 Spitfire Construction — JKC

5 Russ Brown’s Bagger Builder: MGS Customs

But in the end after the were counted, the builders the Kiwi Indian Chief as the to win the trophy. At the Ultimate Builder voting is conducted by fellow

Kiwi Mike started Indian parts back in New hence his name Kiwi, and moving to Riverside, California, up the pace and started making all of reproduction Indian parts. He complete reproduction motorbikes look exactly like an with newer parts and inside to improve on the old design.

The Indian Chief has an iconic The engine is an American-made Kiwi mill that features a 42 V-twin and sports 84 ci. The bore and is 3-1/4 x 5. The engine contains metallurgy updates and is designed for and reliability.

The rolling chassis components Kiwi spring frame, spring forks and 16 Kiwi The leaf spring fork fit either Indian or Harley-Davidson

The Chief’s fabrication was outstanding and the was flawless. Additional custom include external seat vintage solo seat internal control handlebars and Kiwi 30’s fenders.

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