Indian Motorcycle to Celebrate 110th Anniversary at Los Angeles Dealership on Saturday, May 14

America's Oldest Motorcycle Was Founded in 1901

Harbor City, Calif., May 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Indian Motorcycle, America's oldest motorcycle founded in 1901, will celebrate its 110th Anniversary on Saturday, May 14, at the company's exclusive Southern California Dealership, Indian Motorcycle Los Angeles in Harbor City.

Festivities will include a concert, an antique Indian Motorcycle show, food trucks, surprise guests, and displays of the full line of 2011 Indian Motorcycles, including the Classic, Dark Horse, Bomber, Roadmaster, and Vintage. Hours are from 10am to 5pm. Admission is free and all ages are welcome.

Indian was a major competitor of Harley-Davidson during its 52-year production run from 1901 to 1953. After a brief return from 1999-2003, the Indian brand returned in 2006 and was recently acquired by Polaris Industries Inc.

Indian Motorcycle Los Angeles is located under the same roof as California Harley-Davidson at 1521 Pacific Coast Highway in Harbor City, one mile west of the 110 Freeway and 5 miles from Redondo Beach. For more information, call 310-539-3366 or go online to www.IndianMotorcycleLA.com.

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