Bike Hire Indian Chieftain Rental
The Indian Motorcycles Chieftain is a bagger with attitude. Like the other Indian Motorcycles, it features crisp handling, a thunderously torquey 111 c.i. motor, and superb brakes. But the Chieftain also sports a large, fork mounted fairing with an electrically height adjustable windscreen, and a bluetooth audio system. The amenities don’t stop there: cruise control, dash mounted power port, and remote locking panniers are included. It’s a large motorcycle, but riding the Indian Chieftain, you are constantly surprised at how well this bike does everything – the experience in the saddle is sublime. If you’re a rider who demands more from a motorcycle than the typical cruiser provides, this bike will scratch that itch.
Compared to a Harley bagger, the Chieftain’s suspension is more taut; you’ll feel the bumps more, but you’ll also have a lot more confidence when cornering, or accelerating through a sweeper. It feels physically bigger than most Harleys, but surprisingly, it’s less of a stretch for the legs to the ground than with most Harleys, so this bike is a good choice for riders with shorter inseams.
With the Indians, the overall package makes you feel more involved than you’d expect from a typical cruiser – therefore, we consider the Indians to be “performance cruisers”. Make no mistake – the Indian Chieftain is very comfortable, and one of the most confidence-inspiring large cruisers we’ve ever ridden. But if you need that extra bit of performance, the Indians can deliver it, easily.
Rental pricing for the Indian Motorcycles is similar to Harley Big Twin pricing. Indians are currently available by request at the following locations:
Boston and Foxboro, Massachusetts
Las Vegas, Nevada
Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, and Newport Beach, California
Manchester, New Hampshire
Salt Lake City, Utah