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New Indian Streamliner

Burt Munro made history by setting a land speed record on the world’s fastest Indian®, a 1920 Indian® Scout®. To salute his passion for performance, Indian Motorcycle created The Spirit of Munro, a tribute streamliner powered by the new Thunder Stroke™ 111.
 
 
Watch The Spirit of Munro turn back the clock and speed into the future of Indian Motorcycle with high-speed runs across a California dry lake bed. 
 
New Indian Streamliner
Red and Black Ronin jacket gets a ride on the new Indian streamliner.
 
Now, take a look at the inspired handcrafting and dedicated teamwork that went into bringing the streamliner to life.
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Freddie says:
7/9/2013 12:25:22 PM
 
Sorry, but what the f... is that?
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Cosmo says:
7/9/2013 3:27:21 PM
 
I'm a Kiwi (New Zealander) and Burt is a bit of a national treasure (we're a small country, we don't have too many!) Have you considered releasing a special edition Ronin jacket with something a little "kiwi" on it in honour of Burt?
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rolandadmin says:
7/10/2013 8:26:31 AM
 
We have not but, that's a cool idea. Burt is a true legend.
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Justin says:
7/11/2013 10:45:03 PM
 
I am from New Zealand also and I love all your bikes. You truly have a tremendous talent, but I really love your Burt tribute bike, just wondering how long it took to make and how fast you got it to go. Oh and if you are ever in Invercargill New Zealand call into E Hayes and sons hardware there's a few of Burt's bikes there.
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rolandadmin says:
9/6/2013 12:14:32 PM
 
Thanks for the comments but we did not build this Spirit of Munro Indian streamliner. We will make sure to check out this collection if we make t to New Zealand.
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James B. says:
7/15/2013 12:53:18 AM
 
Great photo's and beautiful ride. I know Jeb from Alaska. You guys did a great job!
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Kiwi_Reub says:
7/17/2013 8:34:22 PM
 
A Special Burt Munroe Edition Ronin with a Kiwi would be epic. Please bring it up at your next staff meeting.
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