Indian Motorcycle of Shreveport, Louisiana is open for business at 2529 E. 70th Shreveport, LA offering 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.
Indian Motorcycle of Shreveport is kicking things off with a demo truck event. Join them on April 10-11. The demo tour features all models of the 2015 Indian Motorcycle line-up, as well as the all-new 2016 Indian Chief Dark Horse. All riders and passengers must be 18 years or older and wear proper riding attire, including DOT approved helmet, closed-toe shoes, long-sleeve shirt, and eye protection. All riders must also present a valid motorcycle endorsement.
Indian Motorcycle of Shreveport is the only Indian dealer in NE Louisiana, and offers sales, service, parts and accessories for the entire lineup of Indian Motorcycles, including a full lineup of cruisers, baggers and touring bikes, 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 proud to join the prestigious Indian Motorcycle family of dealerships and bring these stunning new bikes to Louisiana motorcycling fans,” Dean Jones, general sales manager, Indian Motorcycle of Shreveport. “The design, engineering and craftsmanship that has gone into the rebirth of this legendary brand is simply exceptional, and every member of the local motorcycling community owes it to themselves to come down and experience these bikes firsthand.”