Sunday, July 28, 2019 | 9 am-3 pm
PRESENTED IN MEMORY OF ANDREW DONALD
For 35 years, Indian Day was held in Springfield at the former Indian Motocycle Museum on Hendee Street. First held at that location in 1970, Indian Day provided an opportunity for Indian riders, collectors, and motorcycle enthusiasts to display their bikes, talk shop, swap parts, and compete for various awards. After a brief hiatus, Indian Day is once again an annual tradition in Springfield, held since 2010 on the grounds of the Springfield Museums where a collection of Indian motorcycles and memorabilia gifted by Esta K. Manthos is now displayed in the Lyman and Merrie Wood Museum of Springfield History.
Motorcycle Show & Rally
View a variety of classic and vintage motorcycles, browse vendor displays, a Dj spins classic rock tunes and more.
- 9 am Welcome and Announcements
- 10:30 am Tribute to Andrew Donald
- 11 am-3 pm Concessions
- 2 pm Awards Ceremony
Indian Motocycle Collection
View the collection in the air-conditioned Wood Museum of Springfield History, including Andy Donald’s 1948 Indian Chief, the Charles Manthos Indian Prototype, and much more.
- 11 am & 1 pm Guided tour of the collection and special exhibit with George Hendee (portrayed by docent Bobby Girard)
$10 adults, $5 ages 3-17; free for Museum members or with paid museum admission.