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On premium custom bikes, every detail is covered, and these Backrest Plugs fit into the open tubes of the Quick Release Passenger Sissy Bar (sold separately) to give the backrest – and the entire Indian Motorcycle – a clean, finished custom look. These molded plastic plugs press easily into the open tubes when no luggage rack is installed. They keep rain and dirt out of the tubes, and enhance the bike’s style. These plugs are from the collection of black Indian Motorcycle Accessories that can be combined to give an Indian Motorcycle a powerful and distinctive blacked-out custom style. This Accessory is Designed to Fit the Following2020 Chieftain , 2020 Chieftain Classic , 2020 Chieftain Dark Horse , 2020 Chieftain Elite , 2020 Chieftain Limited , 2020 Indian Chief Dark Horse , 2020 Indian Vintage , 2020 Roadmaster , 2020 Roadmaster Dark Horse , 2020 Springfield , 2020 Springfield Dark Horse , 2019 Chief Dark Horse, 2019 Chief Vintage , 2019 Chieftain , 2019 Chieftain Classic , 2019 Chieftain Dark Horse , 2019 Chieftain Limited , 2019 Roadmaster , 2019 Roadmaster Elite , 2019 Springfield , 2019 Springfield Dark Horse , 2018 Chief --, 2018 Chief Classic, 2018 Chief Dark Horse, 2018 Chief Vintage, 2018 Chieftain --, 2018 Chieftain Classic, 2018 Chieftain Dark Horse, 2018 Chieftain Elite , 2018 Chieftain Limited, 2018 Roadmaster --, 2018 Roadmaster Classic, 2018 Roadmaster Elite , 2018 Springfield --, 2018 Springfield Dark Horse, 2017 Chief Classic, 2017 Chief Dark Horse, 2017 Chief Vintage, 2017 Chieftain --, 2017 Chieftain Dark Horse, 2017 Chieftain Elite, 2017 Chieftain Limited, 2017 Roadmaster --, 2017 Roadmaster Classic, 2017 Springfield --, 2016 Chief Classic, 2016 Chief Dark Horse, 2016 Chief Vintage, 2016 Chieftain --, 2016 Chieftain --, 2016 Springfield --, 2015 Chief Classic, 2015 Chief Vintage, 2015 Chieftain --, 2014 Chief Classic, 2014 Chief Vintage, 2014 Chieftain --, 2020 Challenger , 2020 Challenger Dark Horse , 2020 Challenger Limited


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How we got our start?
In 1901, bicycle manufacturer, racing promoter and former racing champion George Hendee hired Oscar Hedstrom to build gasoline engine-powered bikes to pace bicycle races. The machine he created proved to be powerful and reliable, establishing the company's reputation for outstanding performance.
What makes our product unique?
Around the world , Indian Motorcycle is a premium brand built on a storied history, fine craftmanship and a pioneering spirit. Indian Motorcycle is a brand for riders who refuse to be categorized, and are empowered to rise above the norm.
Why we love what we do?
Indian Motorcycle has won the hearts of motorcyclists around the world and earned distinction as one of America’s most legendary and iconic brands through unrivaled racing dominance, engineering prowess and countless innovations and industry firsts.

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