What to do if you Indian ends up like this

The first thing is worry about yourself not your bike and if they need or want to cart you off to hospital then do it. After that generally the police will have attended if someone is hurt so a accident report will be done and the person in the wrong will be charged. The next issue is the other person that generally thinks all motorcycles are Harley-Davidson and the riders are bikies, the worst is that they think motorcycles are cheaper than cars and they all cost under $5k. So after your insurance company or assessor has quoted the machine the next thing is he/she were insured and so were you if not you have to take civil action with a lawyer and claim for the bike and all your damaged clothing and m/cycle gear. Problem arises if you personally hav’nt got the money for repairs and there was no insurance it can take months and months for such claims and that can get worse if the person was broke and with zero assets you may get paid $20 a week over years! So unless you are capable of repairing your own bike I suggest Shannon’s who are in our advertisers area, the beauty is that they will fix your machine through a qualified repairer and if the other person is uninsured they will pursue them.

Were back in buisness

As from today your committee has organised a Association run next month to Mansfield on the 15th, also hopefully a meeting at the Pascoe Vale Hotel on 24th and the Crazy Horse Rally Yackandah 27/29 November and finally the Christmas Party at Llannely 13th December, so after all of the lockdowns and your Indian now in perfect condition its time to give the old girl a good kicking and also start your Indian. Keep your eyes peeled on the calendar and get your accomodation organised with Pete Kime.

Is that a real one?

Vulcan Drifter

Guido discusses the meaning of life, or something I have been raving about for years and the very existence of the Iron Indian Riders


While we are kicking you as your down

That’s how it’s done Harley

When Harley were leading the world

Chris is emptying the shed

Kiwi 1200 Chief bobber

Chris Horner is selling all his motorcycles due to health issues, the Bobber is pictured but there are also a 2016 Indian Scout, 1950 as new Triumph Thunderbird, 1969 as new Triumph Trophy, 1000cc, a Vincati (Vincent into Ducati frame) 1000cc, 1961 BSA Goldstar 500cc with electric start.

contact Chris for prices etc 0418374624

Guido”s confused

Our illustrious editor Guy Allan always writes a good article, but basically after telling how he sold nearly all his Indians he decides on a Rootes Group Triumph TR7 pommie badge engineered rag top 4 wheeler, just straightening the lad out on what a real TR7 Triumph looked like which would be a much better buy.


New CPS rules from Vic Roads

Nice Sidecar for Scout’s

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