Indian Larry Motorcycles’ most remarkable Sweet Marissa & Moving On

Indian LarryIndian Larry is one of the legend builders, stunt rides and bikers. He became known as Inian Larry because he was usually riding the streets of New York with a chopped Indian motorcycle. Moreover, Indian Larry is responsible for re-popularizing the tall handlebar, small gas tank, no front brake or fender choppers that had their glory back in the 60s.

Indian Larry was a true artist in the word of bikes, choppers and all kind of two-wheel machines as he had a way of seeing the building as an art. Unfortunately, he passed in 2014 due to injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident. However, hi legacy continues at the Indian Larry Motorcycles in Brooklyn, New York. Elisa and Bobby Seeger continue Larry’s dream of custom motorcycle shop. The folks at ILM haven’t stop creating rideable works of art  with Indian Larry metaphorically stamped all over them. The same style and high quality is still present, just as Indian Larry would have liked it.

Indian Larry Motorcycles’ most remarkable Sweet Marissa & Moving On

Indian LarryToday, we’re checking out the magnificent Sweet Marissa and Moving on custom chopper by Indian Larry motorcycles. The Sweet Marissa is one of the special-made pieces of art. Straight from the house in New York, it features handmade and unique parts. The Sweet Marissa has Brembo brakes, Motor S & S Super Stock and transmission band discovery. In addition, it “walks” on Metzeler tires, has drains craft as well as the legendary handmade tank. Of course, you could recognize the famous twisted frame heat everywhere you see it.

It’s just the Sweet Marissa that few were fortunate enough to drive it.
On the other hand, we have the Indian Larry Moving On that was made on the basis of the  Moving On 1200 Sportster Nightster 2008. At first glance, it appears simple but, this bike hides some characteristic features of Larry’s taste.
This one has a frame that contrasts with the dark green of the fender and the tank. The pedal brake discs, handlebars, open exhaust and the symbol carved seat speak all for themselves. It’s an Indian Larry piece and nobody can argue with that.

You can see more about Indian Larry and his bikes in the video below


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