Product Launch, Experiential, Branded Entertainment, Sampling
About Indian Motorcycle
To return Indian Motorcycle to its rightful place as the most iconic bike in history, we showed riders that with the revival of the Indian Chief model, a welcome alternative was finally returning — a new freedom to stand apart from the stereotypes that muddied modern bike culture.
The launch electrified a staunch base of loyalists, generating anticipation among credible and culturally relevant influencers, and began to educate the next generation of riders.
We garnered earned media attention by picking a fight with Harley (with a little help from Willie Nelson).
American Pickers host and Indian die-hard fan Mike Wolfe became the host of Bike Week, adding his personal enthusiasm and credibility to the brand.
Riders could talk to product engineers and rev the new Indian Chief engine.
At the launch of the new Indian Chief lineup at Sturgis, we invited a few of our closest friends and streamed the event live across the world.
Teaser ads announced the return of choice to the category and championed the idea of proudly standing apart from the pack.
A heritage museum popped up at bike rallies. The mobile museum toured the nation, telling the brand's storied past and celebrating its future.
In-depth looks at bikes and accessories provided a tactile way for riders to obsess over their next bike at a dealer level.
More than 18 million people tuned into programming on the History Channel, beating out Discovery Channel’s Shark Week in multiple slots.
Total Chieftain sales increased 600%.