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Indian Book Reviews

Although the National Motorcycle Museum has always had over 25 Indian motorcycles on display, as we mentioned in the June newsletter, recently a more formal expanded exhibit was created that traces Indian’s history. The exhibit traces the brand’s leadership and various shenanigans that took place over brand ownership. It also offers information on Indian’s Read …

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Father and Son Show Support for Ted Boody

Ted Boody was on the AMA Grand National Championship trail for about 12 years, 1976 to 1988. He was at times a Harley-Davidson factory rider and team mate of Jay Springsteen. In the 1980′s he helped Honda develop their RS750 dirt track racer, a time when he began his “come back;” in 1985 he scored …

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1936 BSA Y-13 V-Twin

Produced for only three years, the handsome BSA Y13 is today one of the rarest and most highly sought after of all 1930′s BSAs. The company built only about 1,600 Y13s from 1936 to 1938. An upscale bike, somewhat a competitor to HRD/Vincent and Brough, it even has a two-speed range transmission for solo or sidecar …

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