Indian Motorcycles Market 3D Printed Bikes

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Nov. 13 (Bloomberg) -- Polaris CEO Scott Wine discusses the return of Indian motorcycles with Cory Johnson on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)

The technology that goes into making these bikes.

In 1901, when these bikes came out, it was leading-edge technology.

We had to bring that out.

When we ought about what to do with this bike, we relied on our experience with a victory.

We have tire pressure monitoring, we have 111 cubic inch engine?

I don't know if that's for safety.

That's just for going fast.

We brought the bikes to market and that's obviously -- we did leverage some of the best technology.

3-d printing is a big thing.

We have several machines and we rely on suppliers for that as well.

What kinds of things were you able to do with those technologies?

We built an entire bike using 3-d printing.

I would argue we have the best as i nurse in the world.

We went from there clay designed to bikes consumers could see with the fit and finish you would expect in three months.

Compared to would it -- compared to what it would have been 10 years ago?

Probably more.

We are probably looking at a 15 month process.

How do you differentiate price wise and everything else?

The iconic brand stands up for so much great the victory is a bike mentor ride.

A great performing bike that's an alternative to the japanese bikes.

But indian as at the heart of the market and we are excited to be part of it.

Bigger than victory?

Victory does not compete with the classic cruisers and indian does.

That's why we are bringing it back.

I have a lot of experience doing this.

This thing is awesome.

That was worried johnson

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