Indian Motorcycle of Corpus Christi will be hosting a grand opening event on Saturday, May 9th from 12 p.m. – 4 p.m. at the dealership, which is located at 2937 S.P.I.D., Corpus Christi, Texas.
The event will offer area motorcycling enthusiasts the opportunity to see and experience firsthand the award-winning bikes from Indian Motorcycle, including the Indian Chief lineup, Indian Roadmaster, the Indian Scout and the all-new 2016 Indian Chief Dark Horse. Under the new ownership and brand stewardship of Polaris Industries, the world’s leading manufacturer of powersports equipment, the Indian Motorcycle brand is back and more powerful than ever, with praise and accolades for these stunning new bikes pouring in from new owners, press and motorcycling fans from around the world.
Grand Opening Event
Indian Motorcycle of Corpus Christi is kicking things off with a grand opening event. Join them on May 9th from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. to see the new Indian Motorcycle models. The new lineup will be on display and available for test-drives during the event.
About Indian Motorcycle of Corpus Christi
Indian Motorcycle of Corpus Christi offers sales, service, parts and accessories for the entire lineup of Indian motorcycles, including the Indian Motorcycle Cruisers – the Chief Classic and Dark Horse, Indian Motorcycle Baggers – the Chief Vintage and Chieftain, the Indian Motorcycle Touring model – the Roadmaster, plus, our first mid-size bike, the Indian Scout.
The dealership also offers a full selection of genuine Indian Motorcycle parts, accessories and apparel.
“We are very proud to be the newest Indian Dealer in South Texas,” says Matt Werkhoven, General Sales Manager of Indian Motorcycle of Corpus Christi. “Although you might know us as Corpus Christi Cycle Plaza, we’ve taken on the Indian brand and we’re excited to showcase the design, engineering, comfort and exceptional craftsmanship that epitomize the rebirth of this legendary machine. Anyone who rides owes it to themselves to come down and see these bikes first hand. Indian always has been, and always will be, the classic American motorcycle.”
According to Werkhoven, Corpus Christi Cycle Plaza has added an additional 3,000 + square foot custom showroom to accommodate Indian Motorcycle of Corpus Christi and the motorcycles, accessories and garments that are all part of Indian’s legacy.
“We want to make sure that the general public and members of the media know that they are all welcome to join us in our celebration on May 9th,” adds Werkhoven.