V-Twin
I've noticed several Indian trikes in the States.  Anyone interested in one of these? No doubt it could meet some people's needs.

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Someone also did a Spyder out of Indian Scout.

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Melbourne, Victoria
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BigTone
Not too sure about the Spyder but I would be interested in an Indian trike once I am over 70. [smile]
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Tony
St. Kilda  Victoria
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Current Ride: 2020 Dark Horse Challenger 
Previous Ride: 2015 Roadmaster
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Roady
me also once the legs wont  help me support the roadmaster, I have already been looking at the roadsmith trike. 
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Hunter
The trikes are pretty. Maybe about forty years from now I'd be interested. As for the scout... Not in a million years would I ride something that looked like that. Just not my flavor. 
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V-Twin
Hunter wrote:
As for the scout... Not in a million years would I ride something that looked like that. Just not my flavor. 
😳😜😁
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Robbo
Hunter wrote:
The trikes are pretty. Maybe about forty years from now I'd be interested. As for the scout... Not in a million years would I ride something that looked like that. Just not my flavor. 

I am with Hunter on the Scout definitely, the RM is not as bad but I have seen better looking trikes. Maybe a vintage or classic would look betterms. 
2017 Dark Horse  - Stage 2, Rush Pipes

Location - Perth, Western Australia
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Roady
a couple of roadmaster trikes Roadsmith%20Indian%20ICR%2011%20.jpg  Roadsmith%20Indian%20ICR%207.jpg  IMG_4161.jpg  IMG_4163.jpg 
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gazman
Yep the day I cant ride two wheels anymore is the day to ride the trike.
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crash
Sorry, not much of a trike fan - but then I like the movie "waterworld" so I guess my opinion doesn't count [biggrin]
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Mattyh22
Expensive set of  training wheels i reckon. 
2016 Dark horse owner Townsville
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V-Twin
crash wrote:
Sorry, not much of a trike fan - but then I like the movie "waterworld"...
So you prefer Indian v-twin jet ski?  ...actually, that could be cool.  😎
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V-Twin
Mattyh22 wrote:
Expensive set of  training wheels i reckon. 
😳🤣😜😀👍. That's funny Matty!
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OzOldie
HELL yes - just not the two front wheel design.

I'm in the market for either a Harley Freewheeler, a Chieftain converted to trike, or a custom built Ford engined trike.
But the negatives.... hmmm... Milwaukee 8 - sucks balls, Indian = clacking...)

A proper factory built trike with full factory warranty would be great (triking a new Chieftain voids the Chief's warranty)

And, no, it's not "training wheels" - I have so much metal in my legs from two wheel crashes (mostly dickhead cagers) that I need the extra stability of three.  Some us us just get old...
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Croc
I would go for one now.  Something different & with the Indian look & motor I reckon
it would be the ideal bike to convert!  (definitely have to make sure you had a decent reversing
system put in though!)
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OzOldie
Croc wrote:
I would go for one now.  Something different & with the Indian look & motor I reckon
it would be the ideal bike to convert!  (definitely have to make sure you had a decent reversing
system put in though!)


They're not road legal without some form on electrical or mechanical reverse gear.  Never get compliance, never get registered.

(I downloaded a copy of the law regarding trikes to use as 'ammunition' when dealign with the makers -
   "You can't charge me extra for the reverse gear, it's required by law... you HAVE to have it on the bike as much as you do brakes... or are you gonna charge me more for having brakes too?"
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