well said. though who knows how much money he has left now hah.And they just had their demo truck at TWoS in Suches, Georgia a couple of weeks ago. A buddy told me he enjoyed ripping on the naked version. Eric has had a decent run. There aren't many people that can say they chased their dream for 30 years while still managing to put food on the table every night. I see him as a lucky man.
Actually Indian is seeing a lot of profit and interest. Getting a lot of positive media attention also.Honestly, Triumph is the only brand that was brought back to life in the last 30 years and is thriving. They did it by making a bunch of mainstream, modular bikes, and some damn good marketing strategy with Mission Impossible. Every boutique maker that's tried to make a limited run, extremely expensive product had failed.
In its 3rd or 4th iteration with no relationship other than the name between the different iterations.Actually Indian is seeing a lot of profit and interest. Getting a lot of positive media attention also.
Well actually, The Worm did score two points in the opening round at Aragon. Canepa also scored a point.Had a shot at what? Last place finishes? Larry Pegram had ZERO chance of scoring a single point in any WSB race. They couldn't even get on the podium in an AMA race.
He should have had these 2 bikes and an ebr scooter. No one listened to meWhat do Yamaha, Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Victory, Indian, and BMW all have in common? Motorcycles aren't their sole source of revenue. You heard it here first...there is no money in making motorcycles, let alone sport bikes. I sincerely hope Erik lands on his feet. He's motivated, to say the least.