Vintage Indian Motorcycle Store, in the early 1920's .Carriker & Crowl Motocycles, Orange, California, 1916 In 1916, J. Carriker and L. C. Crowl operated Carriker & Crowl Motocycles at 37 Plaza Square, in Orange, California. Like most early motorcycle dealers, Carriker & Crowl also sold bicycles. The entrance to the Plaza Flats Furnished Rooms, located at 35½ Plaza Square, is to the left of the motorcycle shop. There is a gasoline pump on large wheels in front of the doors.
Project Scout: Build a Legend -winners announced! Indian Motorcycle, America’s first motorcycle company, is proud to announce the winners of its inaugural ‘Project Scout: Build a Legend’ custom program. The program kicked off on November 30 and was open to Indian Motorcycle dealers around the world, giving their teams a global stage from which to
Pappy....David Uhl has recreated another iconic moment in the motorcycle history on his canvas, J.C. Pappy Hoel on this beloved Indian motorcycle in front of his Sturgis dealership. Pappy’s life passion was motorcycling. He was a motorcycle dealer and race promoter, and is considered to be the founder of the Black Hills Classic Rally held annually in Sturgis, South Dakota. On August 14, 1938, Pappy along with his wife Pearl, and other members of the Jackpine Gypsies Motorcycle Club