Indian Roadmaster in action

America’s First Motorcycle Company, Indian Motorcycle, has announced its 2021 model-year lineup. The new range, which includes updated model iterations, next-level technology upgrades, and a robust offering of genuine Indian Motorcycle accessories, is made available following the brand’s strongest sales quarter ever.

The 2021 Indian Roadmaster line-up has been made better than ever before. The company has made Apple CarPlay connectivity as a standard feature across the entire range. Apple CarPlay delivers an easier, more customised level of control for music, navigation preferences, and mobile device information.

Indian Roadmaster Limited Crimson Metallic

Also, the Roadmaster Limited and Roadmaster Dark Horse models feature Indian Motorcycle’s all-new ClimaCommand Rogue heated and cooled seat with Ride Command integration. The 2021 ClimaCommand seat now allows riders to adjust heating and cooling directly through the Ride Command infotainment system offering riders a new, and easy way to manage comfort while on the road. The non-perforated seat is 100% water-resistant and highly durable.

Joining the Roadmaster line-up is the Roadmaster Limited, which features gloss paint, chrome finishes, a modern fairing design, open front fender and slammed saddlebags. Meanwhile, the restyled Roadmaster Dark Horse includes fully blacked-out finishes for mean and modern attitude.


Each model is powered by Indian Motorcycle’s air-cooled Thunderstroke 116 engine. Other premium features include Metzeler Cruisetec tyres, lower fairings with adjustable airflow vents, heated grips and a push-button adjustable windshield.

Standard amenities across the entire Roadmaster line-up include remote-locking saddlebags and trunk with over 140 litres of combined storage, adjustable passenger floorboards, ABS, cruise control, keyless ignition, tyre pressure monitoring and full LED lighting.

Furthermore, the power buttons in the 2021 Indian Roadmaster models have been relocated to the switch cube on the handlebars to accommodate a new 12-volt charge port on the dash. The charge port conveniently provides riders with an opportunity to plug in and connect to a wider range of electronics.