One rung above the Roadmaster Classic on Indian’s touring ladder, the more simply named Roadmaster adds a small array of highly useful features, beginning with fairing lowers to ward off wind and rain, cold and grime, and a wraparound backrest with integrated armrests that further coddle the passenger. An upgraded 200-watt audio system and hard side bags (instead of leather saddlebags) further distinguish the Roadmaster from the base Roadmaster Classic. n all, the Roadmaster is a more contemporary version of Indian’s “retro-modernistic” design language. But enough of that stuff, let’s talk machine parts! The big, loping 111ci (1,811cc) V-twin produces maximum torque at just 3,000 rpm, which means you can annihilate the Appalachians or conquer the Continental Divide with barely a downshift of the six-speed transmission. The exhaust is by Rinehart, The look, and the sound, WOW!!! Electronic fuel injection means quick starts, max power, and economy at any altitude or temperature. A racing-derived cartridge fork and air-adjustable shock smooth out the ride, while a toothed drive belt means no chain oiling—ever. This one is clean with only 5,261 Miles.