These are "ATTACHMENTS" that were available for the 1905 Indian MOTOCYCLE.  A Very Limited number of EXTREMELY RARE NEW Re-Prints of this Sales Brochure will being given away to NEW OBRC Members FREE during the OBRC Meetings in Florida.

Spring 2023 Daytona Beach Bike Week is March 3rd to the 12th.

Here are two links to websites that hopefully will tell you everything you need to know about the 82nd Annual Daytona Beach Spring Bike Week. There are even links to find the answers to whatever other questions you may have!

We are also proud to announce that;

Our National President, Vice President and other Officers/Members of the Older Bikers Riding Club (OBRC), plan on coming to Florida during the first of March during Bike Week.

Their goal is to meet with Older Bikers, in multiple areas around the state, that are not currently members of a MC or RC and see if there is enough interest to set up a series of NEW OBRC Chapters.

If you live or are staying within riding range of one of the following cities, and would be willing to meet with them to discuss joining an existing or NEW chapter of OBRC while they are traveling around please contact us through our Forum at: or through our Facebook Page at

The top FOUR areas where they plan on meeting up with other Older Bikers are:

  • Daytona

  • Ocala

  • Orlando

  • Tampa

Also, they will be camping “close” to Sanford and while they will be traveling to multiple towns for “short” meetings, during the daylight hours, if you are considering becoming an OFFICER in one of our NEW or Existing Chapters, we would encourage you to make arrangements to meet them at their campsite at night, for a more in depth and personal conversation.

We need a minimum of 6 members per city. That includes any wives that ride behind their husbands.

We have no membership fees or dues and we require that you are over the age of 40.

We also require that you do not ride with us in a group formation if you are under the influence of illegal drugs or alcohol.

Free Gifts

Due to certain items we received from American Legacies, (Our Parent Organization), we are happy to announce that the FIRST FIVE Older Bikers to JOIN any Chapter of OBRC while in Florida during Spring Bike Week, will get to choose a FREE GIFT from a variety of objects.

So here are the rules.

You MUST meet with at least ONE of our National Officers while they are the following Florida Towns.

• Daytona
• Ocala
• Orlando
• Tampa

You Must accomplish the following steps:
• Fill out an OBRC Membership Application either on line or in person.
• Read and agree to abide by our Bylaws
• Pick a NEW or EXISTING Chapter that you want to belong to and ride with.
• Obtain your BACKPATCH

For a complete list of the FREE GIFTS we will be offering, Check out the list below.

• HD Oil:

• HD: 51196-94 FLHR Grab Strap: (1 Only)

• Bulldog #500245 Caster Assembly Trailer Wheel: (1 Only)

• 1904 Indian Motocycle Sales Booklet: Very Rare Reproduction

• 1905 Indian Motocycle Sales Booklet: Rare Reproduction

• Undated Indian Motocycle & ParcleCar Sales Booklet: Extremely Rare Reproduction

• 1911 Harley Davidson Motorcycle Sales Booklet: Rare Reproduction

• 1916 Indian Motocycle Sales Booklet: Rare Reproduction

In order to view additional images of the FREE GIFTS, Please check out our FORUM POST at: and be sure to scroll down the page to see the entire list.

VERY RARE 1905 Indian MOTOCYCLE Brochure made by Hendee Mfg. Motorcycles

This is a MUST HAVE professional reproduction/reprint of a VERY RARE Hendee Mfg. Co. 1905 Indian Motorcycle Sales Brochure. It measures 8-3/4” x 6” and is packed with 16 pages of priceless historical information.

This brochure starts out announcing it is their “FOURTH annual greeting” for the “Indian MOTOCYCLE.” (Note the spelling they use of MOTOCYCLE instead of MotoRcycle.)

They also proudly state their Motocycle was acknowleged as the winner of the great “Endurance Contests of 1902, 1903 and 1904” as well as winning the “highest honors at the 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair.”

There is also a section about “Scalps of the Trail” describing contest and trophies won, including the statement, “It has won every endurance run held in America.”

“July 4, 5, 1902 was held the first Motocycle Endurance Run in this country, the course Boston to New York, a distance of two hundred and 45 miles.” Three Indian Motocycles were in that race and all three won Gold Medals.

“In a ride from Los Angeles to San Francisco, a distance of 470 miles, the Indian made it in 3 days; one day shorter than the automobile record. The route lay over two mountain ranges with exceedingly steep grades.”

Other interesting and valuable information details their “range of speed from six to forty miles an hour” using a Hedstrom 1-1/2 horse power engine, an imported English Brooks Saddle and that it was available in Royal Blue as a “regular” finish but “Black, bright Vermilion, or handsome dark Green will be furnished on order.”

They also state their gas tank holds “a shade less then one gallon” of gas and “will drive the machine from 75 to 85 miles.

If you enjoy historical information about the early days of motorcycles and motorcycle related events in this country, this brochure will be an extremely valuable asset.


We’ll once again be riding to the children’s hospice at Little Bridge House.

All bikes, trikes and quads are welcome, and the ride is fully L plate friendly. Don’t worry if you’ve not attended a group ride before, you’ll be made very welcome.

Main Ride - to Little Bridge House Hospice

Taunton to Little Bridge House Hospice

Asda, Taunton, TA1 2AN

Leave at 09:15

McDonalds and toilets available. We will then head to the following pickup points.

0915hrs Taunton – Asda TA1 2AN

0940hrs approx Wellington – McDonalds TA21 9FH

1025hrs approx A361 - The Log Cabin Diner EX36 4RZ

We will not be stopping at any of these locations, just riding through and picking up, I will be asking a rider to go ahead to ensure everyone is ready to leave at each location.

We will be stopping in South Molton town centre at approx 1040hrs where employees of Alun Griffith (Contractors) Ltd will be collecting for CHSW, the company is also donating £1000 to the charity, there will also be refreshments here, we will stay for approx 30 minutes before continuing on our way.

All being well we will arrive at the usual stopping off point, Seven Brethren Bank at near enough the usual time and will leave for Little Bridge House no later 1300hrs to arrive at approx 1330hrs.

Keep a look out for further updates.

Looking forward to seeing everyone getting their Santa on.

Check out their main website at or their facebook page at

(Disclaimer: The Older Bikers Riding Club (OBRC) is NOT affiliated with Santa's on a bike.

This posting is simply a public service notice to our friends, members and other bikers throughout the UK.)


Midlands Area Santa's on a Bike

December 17, 2022

Main Ride - Cornmill Yard to Acorns Childrens Hospice

Cornmill Yard, Evesham, WR11 2LL

Meet from 11:00

Arrive at Acorns Hospice around 14:30

Meeting from 11am, bacon rolls and hot drinks available.

Ride leaves Evesham at 12.45pm prompt for a ride around cotswold villages then on to Acorns in Worcester for 2.30pm.

Check out their main website at or their facebook page at

(Disclaimer: The Older Bikers Riding Club (OBRC) is NOT affiliated with Santa's on a bike.

This posting is simply a public service notice to our friends, members and other bikers throughout the UK.)

(NOTE: This ride was originally scheduled for Dec 10, however due to a snow storm, it has been rescheduled to Dec 17th.)


The Owensboro Kentucky Chapter of the second oldest chapter of the Older Bikers Riding Club has been with us since 2011.

If you would like to meet some of our local members or join them on a ride or at a rally, please use the Contact Us link at the bottom of our Forum Home Page or check us out at


The Rockport, Indiana Chapter of the Older Bikers Riding Club is our Mother chapter and has been with us since 2010.

If you would like to meet some of our local members or join them on a ride or at a rally, please use the Contact Us link at the bottom of our Forum Home Page

Title: Evansville IN

The Evansville Indiana area of the Older Bikers Riding Club has been with us since 2012.

If you would like to meet some of our local members or join them on a ride or at a rally, please use the Contact Us link at the bottom of our Forum Home Page


The Fort Worth Texas chapter of the Older Bikers Riding Club was sanctioned in November of 2022.

Since it is such a new chapter, we do not have any "public" photographs that we can display of the members YET, however we are hoping that we will receive some within the next 30 days.

In the meantime, if you are interested in having someone from the Forth Worth chapter contact you OR if you would like to follow them on one of their scheduled rides, please contact us on Facebook HERE or use the Contact Us link on the bottom of the FORUM HOMEPAGE or check out:


30th Annual Valdosta Georgia Toy Run

Police Escorted

Saturday, December 17, 2022

Blessing of the Bikes @1:15

Leaving out at 1:30 Rain or Shine

Starting Location: Roger Budd's Exit 5 Outlet Mall

All Motorcycles Welcome

Door Prizes & 50/50 Drawing

Hosted by the Outback Riders

For More Information, call the numbers on the attached poster.

(Disclaimer: The Older Bikers Riding Club (OBRC) is NOT affiliated with the Outback Riders. This posting is simply a public service notice to our friends, members and other bikers throughout Georgia.)


35th Annual Bartlesville Oklahoma Motorcycle Toy Run

Saturday December 3rd. 2022

35 years of giving! Come be a part.

  • Meet in the parking lot at 3005 S.E. Frank Phillips Blvd. Bartlesville, Oklahoma
  • All Street Legal motorcycles and riders are welcome.
  • Riders are to bring a new unwrapped toys for all ages.
  • The parade leaves at 2:00 pm and follows the route shown below.
  • A free hot meal will be served to the riders at the end of the parade.
  • Santa will be there on his sled. Bring your kids and camera.

If you don’t ride a motorcycle, but would like to help the kids, please bring new unwrapped toys to put in the Toy Run Truck and see the bikes.

For more information or to order T-shirts call or text Amber. T-shirts are $15.00 each, cash or check.

Proceeds from shirt sales go to purchase more toys!!!!


Rain, snow, or shine, the kids depend on us!



Just wanted to touch base with everyone and let you know that ALL of our National Officers made it home safe from our Texas National Meeting.

We got quite a bit accomplished during that National meeting.


We sanctioned our first TEXAS OBRC Chapter on Tuesday, November 1, 2022. It is located in Fort Worth and as it grows, it will eventually separate into TWO chapters and designate one chapter for Dallas and keep the original chapter in Fort Worth.

We are also still working on building additional chapters in Texarkana, Houston and San Antonio, Texas


The National Officers decided that for early 2023, we will be ordering a variety of NEW club merchandise, such as shirts, sweat shirts, light jackets, head coverings, etc with our club logo as well as various motorcycle images and phrases, that we can offer to our OBRC Patched Members.

This is a example of one of our OLD sweatshirts from a New Years Day ride we had in 2011.


We will also be re-ordering chapter supplies such as support vehicle magnets, and the large vinyl banners we use at rallies, as soon as we find a new company to replace our old supplier that closed down.

Example of a Rally Banner we used in 2013.


Due to the growth in our social media presence, we are trying a brand new idea.

The National Officers also decided to design and order some support shirts and gear that can be sold to Facebook users, that are not patched or chapter members.

This will give others a chance to announce their support of the Older Bikers Riding Club members.

Example of an OBRC shirts worn by a club members. We would add the appropriate words to indicate it is being worn by a supporter instead of a member.


On a different, note, we are proud to announce that we now have a new “Recruiter” that plans on traveling and spending time in all of the contiguous 48 USA states, with his RV and Bike.

This will give him a chance to spend time with existing chapter officers as well as prospective new chapter leaders.

He will also get to meet individual potential members in various states, that do not have existing chapters close to them yet.

This will be a great boost to our National Public Relations and Recruiting.


Our next National meeting will be held in Daytona Beach, FL during Bike Week on March 3-12, 2023.

Some of our National Officers will also be available for a meeting on May 18-21, 2023 at Loretta Lynn’s Ranch during the Tennessee Motorcycles Music Revival at Hurricane Mills, TN.

So, keep watching this group for more breaking news and updates on OBRC progress here in the USA as well as other countries.

We would also encourage you to join our Facebook Group at: or ask us about the special Facebook groups we have, just for older riders from your particular state or country.