Indian Motorcycle, Air Cleaner Chrome Cover decal, Brookfield, CT

Chrome Indian Motorcycle cover

Who founded Indian Motorcycle?

 In 1897, George M. Hendee founded a bicycle production company called the Hendee Manufacturing Company. The bicycles carried brand names such as Silver King, Silver Queen, and American Indian, which was shortened to simply “Indian” and became Hendee’s primary brand name.

The first Indian Motorcycle was sold to a retail customer in 1902, and later that year an Indian Motorcycle won an endurance race from Boston to New York City in its public racing debut. Racers went on to win events and establish records riding Indian motorcycles:

 What is so great about the Indian Motorcycle?

 Becoming America’s First Motorcycle Company

In 1901, bicycle manufacturer, racing promoter, and former bicycle racing champion George Hendee hired Oscar Hedstrom to build gasoline engine-powered bikes to pace bicycle races. The machine he created proved to be powerful and reliable, establishing the company’s reputation for outstanding performance. Later that year the company’s first factory was established in downtown Springfield.

 The first Indian Motorcycle was sold to a retail customer in 1902, and later that year an Indian Motorcycle won an endurance race from Boston to New York City in its public racing debut. Racers went on to win events and establish records riding Indian motorcycles:

 The early 1920s were important years in the rise of Indian Motorcycle as several iconic motorcycles were introduced to the public. Unfortunately, Indian Motorcycle Manufacturing Company ceased operations and discontinued production of all models in 1953. 2010 Indian Motorcycle is coming back with a bright future upon our legendary past through technological innovations, rewarding partnerships, and an ever expanding lineup of authentic, iconic bikes. For more history about Indian Motorcycle goto https://www.indianmotorcycle.com/en-us/history/

 When you have a motorcycle, you want to show it offYou want to stand out from the crowd. Our customer had an idea to decal the chrome air cleaner cover. He wanted a symbol of his accomplishment.

To do this we used vinyl material and cut and weeded the numbers and letters. The customer loved it.

For more information regarding decals of letters and numbers check out, Unlimited Signs and Designs website at unltdsigns.com.