Motorcycles Feast Your Eyes On This $32K Black Hills Silver Indian Chieftain Elite

01:17  20 march  2018
01:17  20 march  2018 Source:   cycleworld.com

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For a cool $ 32 K , upstream-swimming fans of the Indian Chieftain Elite can add a limited-edition bagger hand-painted in high-flake Black Hills Silver with marbled graphics to their stable of bikes, inspired by the mines in South Dakota.

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Upstream-swimming fans of the Indian Chieftain Elite will love this Black Hills Silver limited-edition bagger, if they have $ 32 K lying around.

2018 Indian Chieftain Elite in Black Hills Silver w/ Mable Accents for Sale Orange County, CA - Продолжительность: 1:37 Indian Motorcycle of Orange County 541 просмотр.

For a cool $32K, upstream-swimming fans of the IndianChieftain Elite can add a limited-edition bagger hand-painted in high-flake Black Hills Silver with marbled graphics to their stable of bikes, inspired by the mines in South Dakota.

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With a reported 25 hours of extra tender loving care applied by Indian’s finest painters at the company’s Spearfish, South Dakota, facility, no two Chieftain Elites will be the same, kind of like the snowflakes that combine to drop nearly 25 inches of snow in the month of March alone on the 11,000 or so souls who call Spearfish home.

“This bike was born to turn heads and provide an unmatched riding experience with all of the premium amenities included,” Indian’s senior director of marketing and product planning Reid Wilson said.

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A new entry in the high-end bagger cruiser market is the 2018 Indian Chieftain Elite , which comes in a limited edition paint scheme of high-flake Black Hills Silver . The new colours are inspired by the silver mines in the Black Hills of South Dakota, US

Indian ® Chieftain ® Elite . Black Hills Silver w/ Marble Accents. Only 350 bikes will be built and feature custom-inspired paint that takes nearly 25 hours to complete by hand.

Beyond the paint, what does your hard-earned $32K get?

In addition to the Thunder Stroke 111 V-twin engine with 119 pound-feet of torque, up front there’s a 19-inch, 10-spoke, contrast-cut front wheel. Blow their minds as well as their eyes with a 200-watt premium audio system, cut through the darkness with the Pathfinder LED headlight and driving lights, stay out of the wind with the push-button power flare windshield, and maintain solid footing on the billet aluminum driver and passenger floorboards. Your investment also includes ABS, cruise control, tire pressure monitoring, remote-locking saddlebags, and keyless ignition.

Not enough? How about Indian’s 7-inch, glove-compatible touchscreen Ride Command infotainment system with turn-by-turn navigation, customizable rider information screens and Bluetooth.

There are several upgrades, but with great up-spec comes greater investment, which you can find here.

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Indian’s limited-edition bobber honors Jack Daniel’s Fire Brigade .
Just 177 examples, each individually numbered, will be produced globally. © Indian MotorcycleThe limited-edition bike is based on the stripped-down 100-horsepower Indian Scout Bobber and its chopped front and rear fenders and knobby tires but adds several ultra-premium features. It gets a subtle two-tone black matte paint, a first for an Indian bike, with real 24-karat gold graphics on the fuel tank and fenders, including the Fire Brigade emblem on the tank and the slogan "Bottles and Throttles Don't Mix" embossed on the front fender.

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