COMING SOON

JUST COMPLETED

From

The Baer Family Library 

                           

THE MOTORCYCLE NEWS

VOLUME I & II

17 TRUE COPIES OF VARIOUS EDITIONS

FROM

1907 to 1912

PUBLISHED BY THE

INDIAN MOTORCYCLE COMPANY

REPRODUCED FROM

THE BAER FAMILY LIBRARY

    Take a trip back in time and relive the stories of a hundred years ago, read about the Indian factory's accomplishments and the racer and rider adventures of the day.  Also included are all of the advertisements of the day showing the latest in motorcycle accessories and innovations.  Assembled into a beautiful 372 glossy page, hardbound, two volume book set.

 

AND ALSO

FINISHED IN RECORD TIME

VINTAGE RACING

ON A

1926 INDIAN SCOUT

BY BUTCH BAER

        

    How would you like to race a motorcycle that is as old as you are?  Butch Baer did. When Butch retired in 1982 he restored an old Indian, went racing and had a ball for the next 15 years.  He traveled the country participating in vintage races on many famous race tracks, met up and raced with old competitors, some of them very famous in their day.  People like Ed Kretz, Al Knapp, Ben Campanale, Bill Truman and the legendary Jim Davis.  He has blown motors and trannys, crashed, been black flagged, raced in the rain and some times he came home a winner.                                                                                          Imaging a 1926 Indian Scout, originally designed to top out about 50 mph, screaming down the Bonneville Salt Flats at 99.44 mph. He just couldn't hit the 100 mph mark.   


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