Some antique motorcycles like Indiana (Indian) in-line four-cylinder engine for over a decade remain very attractive and the price they are often just rolls over. This probably was the main problem for Mads, Danish architect, which pushed him to create a bike with his hands.
After 10 years away by Nimba (Nimbus), he decided to put together your own Indian or something similar to it using original parts that he was lucky to get it, including the original four cylinder engine. In the process, Madsen had much work to fit not originaotnye details that he had to recreate itself and probably many who are not familiar with the old Indian motorcycles consider his work for the original model.
Frame – a symbiosis of Indiana and Nimba with modifications workshop. Engine – Honorary NSU inline four-cylinder, air-cooled volume of 996 cubes consisting of aluminum and cast iron cylinder block. Transmission – Nimbus 4-speed. Front brake of Indian and got back from Nimbus. Carter of the engine and the clutch and gearbox adapter were molded and refined by hand Mads. The fuel tank was as cast aluminum. In the restoration and creation of a new Indiana had spent about eight years.
As a result of the garage Danish architect left a classic, good old Indian , looking at who would not think that he was going to one person. Mads has set a goal to build Indian motorcycle with his hands, which he could not afford to buy, but now it will be able to argue with Indy and original in price and design.