Indian, Moto Guzzi Models At Greenwich Concours d’Elegance

GREENWICH, CT – Vintage motorcycle models from Indian and Moto Guzzi were featured Sunday at the three-day Greenwich Concours d’Elegance car and motorcycle show held on the waterfront at Roger Sherman Baldwin Park.

Indian began in Springfield, MA in 1901 and this year marks 120 years since its founding. Moto Guzzi of Italy started in 1921, so its 100th anniversary is the reason the Concours focused on that brand.

RIDE-CT & RIDE-New England’s Bob Rosen spent Sunday morning photographing the entries and has assembled some of his favorites:

1913 Indian twin owned by Buzz Kanter
1937 Indian Sport 4 owned by Roland Houde
1938 Moto Guzzi 500 owned by Todd Trumbore
1948 Indian Chief owned by Peter Downs
1952 Moto Guzzi Falcone Sport owned by Wicker Franic
1973 Moto Guzzi Eldorado 850GT owned by David Geisinger
2021 Moto Guzzi V85 TT Centenario Edition

Rosen has posted more pictures from the Greenwich Concours d’Elegance on SmugMug.

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About Bob Rosen

A longtime motorcycle enthusiast who has ridden more than 200,000 miles on a variety of motorcycles, Bob Rosen spent seven years as general manager of a BMW-Ducati-Indian motorcycle dealership after an extended career in manufacturing and business management.

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