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Allsport Indian Motorcycle opens in Liberty Lake



Allsport Indian Motorcycle has opened for business at 19505 E. Broadway Ave. in Liberty Lake, offering legendary bikes from iconic Indian Motorcycle. The new dealership will celebrate its open house on Saturday, July 16 from 9am to 6pm featuring a bike show, raffle prizes, food and refreshments.

Founded in 1901, Indian Motorcycle is America's first motorcycle company and has earned distinction as one of America's most legendary and iconic brands through racing dominance, engineering prowess and innovations and industry firsts. Indian Motorcycle also has significant ties to the U.S. military. The company heavily supported World Wars I and II by supplying motorcycles to the Allied Forces, and has been known for its support of the military ever since. Under the new ownership and brand stewardship of Polaris Industries, the world's leading manufacturer of powersports equipment, Indian Motorcycle is back and stronger than ever.

Allsport Indian Motorcycle offers sales, service, parts and accessories for the entire lineup of Indian motorcycles, including the Indian Chief lineup, the Indian Roadmaster, the Indian Scout lineup, the Indian Chief Dark Horse, the Indian Chieftain and the Indian Springfield. The dealership also offers a full selection of Indian Motorcycle apparel.

Dealer hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 9am to 6pm. For more information, contact Allsport Indian Motorcycle at 800-359-4884 or visit www.allsportindianmotorcycles.com

Comments

7/12/2016 7:22:36 AM | Mike said:

It is great to see the Indian Motorcycle back, but I wonder how long it will take the federal government to force the company to change their name because it offends someone. Mike Nicholson

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