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Indian Motorcycle’S “Veterans Charity Ride To Sturgis”


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Wounded and Severely Injured Veterans ride cross-country to Bike Rally’s 75th Anniversary

Los Angeles, CA. – June 11, 2015 – Full Vision Productions and Indian Motorcycle, America’s first motorcycle company, have created The Next Great Tradition: “Veterans Charity Ride to Sturgis”. The Ride and Campaign will raise awareness and support for wounded and severely injured veterans across the nation.

In addition to their recent partnership with the USO and to honor veterans for their courageous service, Indian Motorcycle is stepping up their commitment to Veterans and Active Service members by providing wounded veterans with Indian motorcycles to ride cross-country to the 75th anniversary of the Sturgis Bike Rally in South Dakota. Several of the Indian Chief models have been outfitted with sidecars specially built and provided by Champion Sidecars to accommodate severely injured veterans.

“I know I speak not only for myself, but for the entire Indian Motorcycle Company, that we are proud and honored to be part of The Next Great Tradition: Veterans Charity Ride to Sturgis this year,” said Robert Pandya, External Relations Manager for Indian Motorcycle.

More than a dozen veterans, on Indian Motorcycles, will start their week long journey to Sturgis SD from Los Angeles with a surprise celebrity guest on July 27th. Their first stop is Las Vegas, NV. While in Las Vegas the veterans will be special guests at the unveiling of Indian Motorcycle and Polaris’ new 2016 model year rollout and Dealer convention.

 

For the full press release go here:

http://www.abnewswire.com/pressreleases/indian-motorcycles-veterans-charity-ride-to-sturgis_30302.html

 

Website: www.veteranscharityride.org

 

For more details on our route and activities please go to our Facebook page at:

www.facebook.com/pages/Veterans-Charity-Ride-to-Sturgis-2015/397690040439633?ref=bookmarks

 

Hope to see you out on the road!

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