Custom motorcycle specialist Krazy Horse in Bury St Edmunds has continued to expand with the announcement of new franchise.
The Lamdin Road based business is to launch as an Indian Motorcycle UK dealership at the beginning of next month.
It will become one of only 70 Indian Motorcycle dealerships outside of the USA.
Indian Motorcycle, formed in the late 1800’s, is America’s first motorcycle company.
It began by dominating in racing before its vehicles were used in World War One and World War Two.
It has just launched a new range of Indian Chiefs motorcycles including the Chief Classic, Chief Vintage and Chieftan.
Krazy Horse will hold an Indian Summer night on October 3 to launch its new partnership.
It follows on from the launch of its smaller-engined Hard Knock Bobber motorcycles last week.
And Krazy Horse will be holding a performance bike night on November 7, from 5pm to 10pm. Admission is free.
Krazy Horse owner Paul Beamish said: “The new Krazy Horse is shaping up very nicely as the destination venue for Suffolk and the East of England.
“We’re not just about custom bikes and Morgan cars and three wheelers, we’re about the whole retro theme, with clothing, music, food and live acts too.
“The factwe are becoming an Indian Motorcycle internationsal dealershuip is huge news for us.
“We are priviledged to be selected to showcase this outstanding range of quality bikes and accessories when it is rolled out around the World in a few weeks time.
“Motorcycling fans around the World will be watchin g this launch with keen interest.
“October will be an incredible month for us.
“We had adventurous plans for the relaunch of Krazy Horse but this latest news exceeds all our expectations – we really have arrived.”