1901-1953 INDIANS

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Indian Scout

An Illustrated History

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The Indian motorycle company was in 1901 in Springfield Massachusetts by bicycle racer George and Swedish immigrant Oscar Some people wonder why it was the Indian Motocycle Company of Indian Motorcycle Company. In all motorcycles have names with moto e.g.

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Moto-Guzzi, Moto-Ducati, Moto-Laverda, so Hedstrom was familiar with The earliest Indian models like mopeds (bicycles small single cylinder and only 3 were made in Indian made 143 motorcycles in Interestingly, Triumph began in 1902 and Harley-Davidson the year (1903). So the order was Indian, Harley.

This Big Three are still a century later, while other brands which later died off years

A note on internal combustion terminology: Flatheads are also as L heads, side-valve or for cars and valve-in-block. (Overhead valves or OHV is a best term is valve-in-head.)

The Ten Years or So

Site reader Ault kindly submitted photo of his grandfather E. D. Snodgrass on looks like an Indian (gasoline tank over fender) doing some off Buddy does not know the photo was taken. I think model of Indian came out in and it looks new here, and Buddy know the shot was taken no than 1910.

The Trev Deeley museum in BC Canada kindly emailed me and they also thought it was a as they have one on display. The was advanced in that the engine served as the seat post of a frame tube there, to weight) and because it was an F head over exhaust valving). of ironic that their mass produced model was advanced in that regard their last Chiefs were just L (flat)

Those very early only produced a bit over two (2)

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