If you can't afford the bike, at least get the shirt
Indian Motorcycle Lamp
Parramatta Road has always been the car yard strip leading to and from Sydney, full of dealerships ranging from cheap to high class. It's also the new home to Indian Motorcycles, and on our recent trip to Sydney we couldn't resist stopping off at the dealership to kick a few tyres and dream of the open road and throbbing hum of an Indian Engine.
From the moment you walk into this dealership, which is also the Victory Motorcycles Dealership, you know that you are somewhere special. These bikes are more than just a mode of transport, they are a 'way of life', something to be admired, treasured, a quality machine.
This dealership showcases quality and prestige. With bikes on revolving pedestals lit with coloured lights and clothing and accessories lining the walls in an unobtrusive fashion you can't help but be impressed by the display.
I love the distressed tan heritage leather accessories.
Unfortunately for those people looking to buy a new bike, the bikes in showroom are display only and there is about a six month waiting time on your order, which is of course customised to your own individual style and taste.
Although I'm not a rider, I do appreciate the quality of these bikes and their beauty. The thing that appeals to me the most is the 'Heritage Leather' accessories available in 'distressed tan'. I think it sets these bikes apart from other bikes with the basic black seats, saddlebags etc.
Unfortunately, on this occasion we didn't order our new Indian Motorcycle, but we did come away with a long sleeved Indian T-shirt for my partner. They have a great range of clothing and accessories for men, women and children which are well priced. Even if you can't afford to buy the bike, this is a great place to get a gift for your favourite Indian or Victory enthusiast.