Old Indians never ever die

November 30th, 2009 Jesper Bram 9 Comments » | View blog reactions

Check out this movie trailer for a movie about an Indian Motorcycle Meet in Scotland. Looks pretty cool. Those old Indians are damn nice. I’ll try and see if I can get my hand on a review copy and let you guys now if it’s any good.

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9 Responses to “Old Indians never ever die”

  1. roadsage  November 30th

    wow that looks really cool
    we want the full length

  2. Chuck Schoen  December 2nd

    Old Indians never die & are a beautiful piece of history to behold!!!

  3. Michael  December 7th

    Indian motorcycles will never die and disappear. This is a legend, a legend should live on forever.

  4. Carla  December 9th

    I personally haven’t seen this movie yet but heard it was a “don’t miss this one” Sounds like a Christmas Present to me!

  5. Miguel  December 15th

    Absolutely agree. The good things never dies.

  6. Michy Kant  December 19th

    Indian motorcycles are bautiful, I have always loved them, my dad always talked about this brand.

    I hope you can find a full copy of the movie. Let us know how it is.

    Indian 4ever!

    Michy

  7. Indianrider 48  December 30th

    Trailer was sent to me by the Pres of the “Laughing Indian Riders” club of B.C. I too am looking forward to it’s release on DVD. Old Indians may never die, but mine has left me stranded a couple of times.

  8. Tuggy  January 21st

    Al lost track of you and now I have a lead so if you are the same long hair red i know send me your phone # and than we can talk
    Tug trikes are for ever

  9. Travis Benway  March 8th

    Admiring the hard work you put into your blog and detailed information you present. It’s awesome to come across a blog every once in a while that isn’t the same unwanted rehashed information. Great read! I’ve bookmarked your site and I’m including your RSS feeds to my Google account.

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