Martin Squires: Jake De Rosier at 90mph

Vintagent Contributor Martin Squires interprets a hair-raising 1911 interview about what it's like to ride the Board…

1910 Sex Scandal! Jake De Rosier’s Teen Lover

In 1910, Jake De Rosier was the most famous motorcycle racer in the world. While in Los Angeles for the opening of…

100 Years After the ‘Indian Summer’, Part 2: Jake De Rosier

Jake De Rosier was perhaps the first professional motorcycle racer, and Indian's star rider in the early 1900s. He was…

The Big X and the Big 3: the Excelsior-Henderson Story

The Excelsior-Henderson brand is coming up for sale in Las Vegas this month! Why does it matter?

100 Years After the ‘Indian Summer’, Part 4: Oliver Godfrey

Oliver Cyril Godfrey won the 1911 Isle of Man TT on an Indian, but World War 1 ended his career.

100 Years After the ‘Indian Summer’, Part 1: Billy Wells

Over 100 years ago, Indian swept the Isle of Man TT with a 1-2-3 win. It was known as the 'Indian Summer'

Book Review: ‘The Speed Kings’

Motorcycle historian (and Daytona 200 winner) Don Emde hits the mark with his latest book on board track racing…

The Remarkable Minneapolis

The Minneapolis Motorcycle Co. pioneered the use of a gearbox before any other American manufacturer.

1911: Indians Sweep Isle of Man TT

Oliver Godfrey rode the first non-English motorcycle to win the Isle of Man TT, and Indians took the top 3 spots - a…