1951 Whizzer Pacemaker
No doubt about it, the motorcycle industry has a rich and interesting history. Sometimes we come across an item of importance for motorcycling history that isn’t actually a motorcycle as we think of it by today’s definition. Our subject is just such a machine: the Whizzer Pacemaker.
2018 Indian Springfield Dark Horse
“Evil” is a complex thing. Sometimes evil is justified, and this is one of those times where Evil is all you want to be riding on a personified saga on a veil.
Indian Motorcycles is lifting itself to the pinnacle for 2018 and for its second instalment (the first being the Roadmaster Elite), the Polaris owned manufacturer has launched the 2018 Indian Springfield Dark Horse. It a solo saddle amalgamation of the mechanicals and stature of an Indian Springfield and the blacked out theme carried from the Indian Chief Darkhorse. This will be the third model in the American line-up to get the Dark Horse treatment.
It gets updated with subtle yet dark cosmetic changes to give it a stealth outlook while blacking out just about everything apart from the exhaust. It carried around the same panache and poise of the epoch Springfield, a motorcycle that leaves no question of having a prominent place in the lineup of this historic brand that knows retro indulgence.
Available in a collection of classic colors, trimmed with hand-painted pinstripes, featuring a 5-speed transmission, seven inch double leading shoe front brake and a dual seat. The Classic’s striking, one-color appearance sets it apart from any other motorcycle in the market.
Available as either a 500cc with limited 350cc availability for vintage racers.
0Unique Features:0 Striking, one-color appearance Five-speed transmission Electric start and a kick starter standard (...)