||Click blue links for
||Wrote this great letter.
Art's father, George, finished 6th in the Boardtrack Novice class in this
year's Davenport races
-at age 73!
||Regular VI columnist
and contributor to the AMCA
magazine. Rides a 101 Scout (and just bought another!). Lives in New Jersey.
||Regular VI columnist,
editor of the All American Indian Motorcycle Club Newsletter and the AAIMC
Lives in Michigan.
||Regular contributor of tech stories and
reports. Owns Liberty Motorcycle
Specialties, a restoration shop dealing exclusively with antique motorcycles,
in Lacon, Illinois.
||Part of Indian Team NZ, Craig is on part
two (in this issue) of the story on his own 741 racer project, combined
with an investigation into just why those NZ Scouts are so fast.
Craig is webmaster of the Indian
||Dave Clements heads the VI Blueprint
Team and is into 'Sport Scouts and Antique Electronics' as he signs his
email. Lives in New Mexico.
||Doug restored his 1946
Chief against the odds. Rode a Chief chopper in the 1960s. Lives in
||Maker of the immensely successful King
clutch together with Rob Olsen. Duff also makes the Moto
Valve (extra case breather) and other neat parts. Always ready to share
his vast knowledge of all things Indian tech
on the mailing list. Lives in Ohio.
||Designer of the affordable all-purpose
frame for Chief powerplants (and there may be a Scout version + other
neat things coming). Lives in Washington.
||Just finished his first ground-up Indian
restoration (and not looking for any more projects, oh no...) with the
magnificent 1940 Sport Scout we have been following
in the VI. Jim also coordinated the VI
T-shirt fund raiser, and is a regular contributor of event
reports. Lives in Maryland.
||Regular contributor of Indian race
tech articles. Jim is heavily into racing Sport Scouts but races other
Indians too. Jim won the Boardtrack class at Davenport
two years in a row! Lives in Colorado.
||Father of the Warpath,
the VI casting guru, a man of an extraorinary number of talents. He also
has a cool Chief bobber and did the drawings for this month's Blueprint
page. Lives in Minnesota
||Produces an amazing range of, mainly cast,
parts and tools. Michael is also very knowledgeable about sidecars
and Indian parts, tech and history in general
and shares his knowledge freely on the VI mailing list.
Lives in New Mexico.
||Owner of Kiwi
Indian Parts in Riverside, California. Travels extensively with the
Kiwi parts truck all over the USA, and occasionally finds the time to write
about his trips - also his trips by Indian!
and coordinator. Owns a small bike repair and parts business and does web
design for various businesses and organisations, including the Indian
Klub Danmark website. Lives in Denmark, Europe.
||Part of the VI Blueprint
Team, wrote the two-part wheel lacing article
in this issue and has some pretty unorthodox Indian projects going (hopefully
we'll hear more soon).
||Top Scout racer and tuner, part of Indian
Team New Zealand, coordinator of the international race meet at Pukekohe
in February 2001. NZ distributor of King
clutch kits. Paul has a question about
oil pumps in this issue.
||Maker of repro Koslo OHV
top ends for Scouts and Chiefs. Has been involved with a number of very
fast bikes over the years and now runs
Iron Wigwam, specializing in speed parts for Indian and HD. Lives in
||Wrote this great letter.
Lives in Oregon.
||One of the most prolific writers for the
VI magazine and on the mailing list. Stan cranks out a steady stream of
high-class restorations and great articles.
Stan has a website selling
King clutch kits, neon signs and oil filter kits. Lives in Oregon.
||Parts manager at Kiwi
Indian Parts in Riverside, California. Steve organizes the Century
Ride Home charity road run from California to the Wigwam in 2001. Editor
of the Indian Motorcycle Club International newsletter and website (which
will be online with a major facelift soon).
||Regular VI columnist. Has created
"the thinking man's guide to Indian choppers" with his Choppers
Corner columns in the VI over the last year. Likes Ariels too and lives