Interview: Indian VP Gary Gray explains why Indian Races Baggers – Roadracing World Magazine

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Some companies consider road racing only suitable for promoting sports motorcycle sales, and some complain if a motorcycle they define as intended for road use is even taken to a racetrack.

So why does Indian run a serious factory racing team in the MotoAmerica King Of The Baggers series? We spoke to Gary Gray, Indian Vice President of Race, Technology and Service to find out…

—Why the Indian Races Baggers, by David Swarts

That was a long time ago, but it’s important to remember that the founders of Indian met at a racetrack! Since its founding in 1901, Indian has won on the Isle of Man and was at one time the dominant force in flat track racing. The MotoAmerica King Of The Baggers class was therefore a natural choice for a company that wanted to get back into racing. Read all about the company’s reason for racing in the latest issue of Road racing world!

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