Brookfield Indian Motorcycle held an extremely well attended grand opening event on September 24 and 25. The dealership welcomed motorcycle enthusiasts from around Connecticut and surrounding areas to the first Indian dealership in Connecticut and the newest Victory dealership.
Ethan Carey of 95.1 FM radio broadcast live from the dealership on Sunday and gave away concert tickets as well as Indian, Victory and his station’s goodies to lucky winners in the huge crowd. Building a sense of community is a primary focus of the dealership. It’s why they had on hand local establishments such as Brookfield Deli, The Bagel Man, Spektro Oil, Cruise News, Board Silly, privately owned Indian bikes from the 1940s, and an American Gold Mother who heads up a charity in honor of her Navy Seal son who was lost in action in service to our country.
Dealer Principal Robert V. Gaulin explained the excitement of the event saying, “We have launched a family owned and operated dealership that offers the best of American motorcycles to a passionate group of people who truly love riding. Those in attendance now know that they have a special place to see and acquire high quality products as well as make new friends and enjoy the motorcycle riding lifestyle.”
Gaulin continued, “We are overwhelmed by the support for the new dealership and are excited to talk with people who appreciate high quality motorcycles, service and accessories as much as we do. Our mission is to provide a unique premium experience.”
Brookfield Indian Motorcycle opened their doors for the first time on August 31st. The soft open brought in riders who were thrilled to see Indian and Victory motorcycles beautifully presented in Connecticut. Many bikes have already been sold.
Indian Motorcycle is America’s first motorcycle company. The current line of Indian bikes is more technologically advanced and more affordable than ever; and Victory Motorcycles undergo continual upgrading while delivering strong performance, comfortable and carefree riding, and colorful palettes. Riders interested in checking out the new dealership can visit at 20 Federal Road in Brookfield - just a stone’s throw from the Danbury line near Stew Leonards.