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Discussion in 'Indian Motorcycle Sidecars' started by NickJ, Mar 1, 2017.
Yeah, they are a Fantastic Sidecar. They are fairly lightweight and they are well made.
i am a bit surprised at that combo, thinking the spyder would be a little lite for that injun, prolly suited more to a scout. let us know how it works!!!
It's not mine, and i don't know the owner. Imho, lighter is better. It does take more skill and attention to ride with a lighter hack though.
before buying my preowned spyder i checked with FreedomSidecars a real pro + only 45 minutes away in middleburg PA. Claude the owner seen it all, they build from scratch or install what you got. an honest place for advice or purchases
I like the look & would probably look good on my DH. Unfortunately I depleted my Indian Fund & bought a new 4X4 pickup 2 days ago. Now I'm stuck in Montana.
I spied this rig on my way home from work last week on the southern state parkway.
that looks good! at one time HD sold "rigs" complete, seen what looked to be an OE setup but like HD the hookup + suspension looked cheap!!! they are a rare sighting for sure + love when i see a dog as the passenger!!
Do you recognize anyone?
2019 Texas Vacation
Another trip to Sidecar Coffee.
The boys love this place cause the staff will bring them out water and doggy biscuits
Toshie knows where we are going.
Waiting on their treats
About to get a treat
Coburn looks pretty comfy.
I love your life.
Me too, just wish I could do this year around....
all three on the bike but who's the dude on the right?,........
lots of nice rigs + you gotta love the dogs!!
Think the guy standing is John Sturgis. This picture was taken during the filming of, “The Great Excape”
Here’s another one taken at the same time, just with Charles Bronson