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Join us for the Motormen Breeze-Out


Dick Scott Classic Motorcycles presents the

“Motormen Breeze-Out”
Join us Sunday, September 20, 2015, for a ride to benefit the
Wayne County Sheriff’s Office Motorcycle Unit
This Police Escorted Ride heads out, Rain or Shine,
with NO STOPS, Just Crusin!

Buy your tickets Online, By Mail or in person at Dick Scott’s Classic Motorcycles on the day of the event from 10:00 am until 11:15 am.


Tickets are $25.00 PER RIDER or $35.00 w/PASSENGER and include
the ride and the After-Party at Merriman Hollow in Hines Park.
Pre-Registration is Recommended, Ride-Ins are WELCOME!

Dick Scott Classic Motorcycles is at 36534 Plymouth Rd, Livonia, MI 48150,
1/2 mile east of Newburgh, west of Levan Road, Tel: 734-542-8000.

Email questions to or contact
Sgt. Lee Smith at 313-743-3650.


Join us for this years Ride to benefit the
Penrickton Center for Blind Children
Sunday, October 6th, 2013!

*Registration begins at 8:30am
*Ride will Depart from Dick Scott’s Classic Motorcycles
at 10am SHARP
*Arrive in Downtown Plymouth to enjoy the Great Lakes Regional Chili Cook-off and Bike Show around 11:15am!

We will have a Police Escort and
VIP Parking when we arrive at the event!

*$10.00 Per Rider
(Includes Police Escort and VIP Parking)

Meet at Dick Scott’s Classic Motorcycles
36534 Plymouth Rd, Livonia, MI 48150 before 10am
RSVP by calling 877-388-9508

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Polaris Factory Authorized Clearance Event!

Don’t miss the Polaris Factory Authorized Clearance Event going on NOW!! Whatever your passion, Polaris has the industry-leading products that will exceed all of your needs. There is no better time to get your hands on the machine of your dreams! Stop in Today or visit to see all that Polaris has to offer!

Stop by our Dealership to see the New 2014 Models as they arrive!
We have many 2014’s already here and the NEW 2014 Indian’s will be here early September so Watch our Facebook Page, Twitter and Blogs for their official arrival date!!


Announcing the New 2014 Indian Chief Classic, Chief Vintage & Chieftain

America’s first motorcycle company, Indian Motorcycles, came roaring back to life Saturday night at the annual motorcycle rally in Sturgis, S. Dakota, where the company unveiled not just one, but three new models to challenge market leader Harley Davidson.

The new bikes combine Indian’s iconic styling with modern technology features like a new Thunderstroke 111 engine, keyless ignition, electronic throttle, Bluetooth smartphone connectivity and a windshield that powers up or down.

The ambitious rollout by parent Polaris Industries, the $3.2 billion-a-year maker of snowmobiles and all-terrain vehicles, comes after a series of false starts by previous owners in the 60 years since Indian went bankrupt.

One big difference is the price: Polaris repositioned the brand to go head-to-head with Harley by cutting thousands of dollars off the sticker of each of its new models.

The new lineup includes the Indian Chief Classic, starting at $18,999; the Indian Chief Vintage, at $20,999, and the Indian Chieftain, at $22,999. Until now, Indian bikes were priced as high was $37,000 but suffered from marginal quality. They will arrive in dealerships in September.

The new Indian Chief Classic is a pure, powerful cruiser featuring iconic styling like valanced fenders, leather saddle, classic tank-mounted instrumentation, tear-drop fuel tank design, and sculpted and lighted front fender war bonnet, along with bells and whistles like keyless ignition, antilock brakes, cruise control, throttle-by-wire and dual exhaust.

The Indian Chief Vintage offers soft-sided leather bags, leather fringe, chrome fender tips, vintage chrome badging on the front fender and a quick-release windshield for easy installation or removal.

The Indian Chieftain is the first Indian to offer a molded front end, or fairing, with integrated driving lights, and a power windshield. Standard features include hard saddlebags featuring remote locks and quick-release anchors, a high-output audio system featuring integrated Bluetooth smartphone connectivity, and a tire pressure monitoring system.

“Indian always has been thought of as a classic cruiser,” said Steve Menneto, Polaris’ vice president of motorcycles. “What we’ve been saying from day one is we are going to be true to Indian’s roots. They were very innovative and progressive back in the day.” Referring to the Chieftain, he said, “This bike exemplifies how we are going to go in new directions. It shows where we’ve been and where we’re going.”

“It’s been a grueling, exciting and very expensive 27 months,” said Polaris chief executive Scott Wine. The company spent nearly $100 m to develop the bikes, he said.

“When we acquired Indian Motorcycle two and a half years ago we set out to capture the heart, soul and legendary heritage of this iconic American brand and then infuse it with unparalleled design, engineering and state-of-the-art technology,” said Wine. “On Saturday night we revealed three stunning new Indian Chief models that represent the results of our journey and the future of this brand. It was a triumphant day for all of us.

The Sturgis motorcycle rally was a fitting location for the unveiling since the event, which typically draws 400,000 bikers a year, was founded in 1938 by a local Indian dealer, Clarence “Pappy” Hoel. “We wanted to connect to our heritage,” said Menneto.

The company is quickly adding dealerships, and expects to have 125-140 North American and 70 international dealers by year end. Demo rides will be available starting later this month.

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Demo Ride and NEW Product Announcements!

We had a fantastic Event Last Friday & Saturday!!
A HUGE Thanks to the Wolverine State Victory Riders for all your help!
We met a lot of new people and had an all around great time. We can’t wait
until our next event! We look for just about any reason to throw a good party.
The even was completed by Ken Mack and the Blackjack Band on Saturday
everyone enjoyed some great food, fun and great Classic Rock LIVE!

We had 140 riders come out and take a new 2012 Victory for a test ride and we
were busy selling tons of bikes over the weekend!! Our Showroom is looking a little empty
but the good news is more 2012 Models are rolling in AND we are excited to announce that
Coming VERY SOON we will also be selling Polaris ATV’s and Side x Sides!!

Click Here to see all the great Pictures from our Demo Ride Event!
And watch here and on our Facebook Page for more announcements on
our new additions!!

THIS Friday and Saturday the Victory Demo Truck is HERE!

Indian Motorcycles Celebrates 110 at Sturgis

Indian Motorcycle’s entire 2012 lineup will be displayed in Sturgis for the 71st annual motorcycle rally. Indian Motorcycle accessories will also be on display with apparel for purchase. The show truck is located on the corner of 4th and Lazelle Streets in downtown Sturgis

In addition to the events display, Indian Motorcycle is inviting all 1901- 2011 Indian owners to park their motorcycles by the Indian Motorcycle Display to celebrate the 110 years of the company and enjoy the camaraderie of fellow Indian motorcycle owners. Indian Motorcycle Company is proud to sponsor a breakfast and self-guided ride to the Sturgis half-mile flat track races for all Indian Motorcycle Owners. The ride will start with breakfast at the First Presbyterian Church, located at 1319 Junction Ave, Sturgis, South Dakota 57785 between 9:30 a.m.- 10:30 a.m. The ride will leave from downtown Sturgis wind through scenic Spearfish Canyon, ending at the 1/2-mile Flat Track Races in Sturgis. Please join us for a fun day of riding and racing. For more information the flat track races visit

Indian motorcycle is the featured brand at the Knuckle Saloon, located at 931 1st Street in Sturgis, on Friday, August 12th, starting at 6 p.m. is an Indian gathering. This is open to the public, and we invite Indian Motorcycle owners to show off rides and share some stories.

For more information on the Indian Motorcycle event schedule, dealership locations and openings, the motorcycles, accessories, apparel and gifts visit

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The Victory Motorcycle Demo Truck will be Here 8/26 & 8/27!

The Victory Demo Truck is coming to Dick Scott’s Classic MotorcycleDetroit on Friday, August 26, and Saturday, August 27. Demo Rides will be available on Friday from 11am until 6pm and Saturday from 11am until 4pm.

If you are planning to Take a Ride, you will need to meet certain guidelines, some of which include:

1. Have a valid motorcycle operator’s license
2. Have appropriate riding gear (i.e., helmet, jacket or long sleeved shirt, long pants, etc.)
When you arrive, look for the sign-up area and then “Get Ready to Ride!”

It’s going to be a fun day. In addition to the bikes, we will have food, refreshments and live music!

5th Annual All-Victory Iron Butt Takes Riders from Minnesota to St. Louis and Back

 Twelve Victory Riders completed the fifth annual All-Victory Iron Butt with a ride from Minnesota to St. Louis and back – in under 24 hours.

One day, 13,116 miles.

That’s the mileage a dozen Victory riders rolled up on June 25-26 on the 5th Annual All-Victory Iron Butt Ride. The group, led by Iron Butt veterans Greg Moe and Connie Gabrick, completed a Saddle Sore 1,000 by riding over 1,000 miles in under 24 hours.

The Victory Riders started in Lakeville, Minnesota, before sun-up on Saturday, June 25, and followed the Avenue of the Saints, a set of highways that connect St. Paul, Minnesota, with St. Louis. They rode to St. Louis, fought through heavy Saturday afternoon traffic to reach the Gateway Arch, then made the return trip to Minnesota.

The group got hammered by rain once while southbound in Iowa, and once more while headed north near the Missouri-Iowa state line. But they endured the rain, the sweltering humidity of St. Lou, fatigue and darkness to complete the 1,093-mile ride. Every Victory motorcycle on the ride delivered the outstanding performance riders have come to expect from a Victory.

The bikes on the ride included a Touring Cruiser, a few Vegases, a Vegas Jackpot, four Cross Countrys, a Victory Vision, a 10th Anniversary Victory Vision, and a Kingpin.

Here is one Cross Country rider’s ride data:

• Miles ridden: 1,093 miles
• Time: 21 hours, 27 minutes
• Average fuel economy: 48.4 mpg
• Average speed: 65.1 mph

That’s an impressive average speed considering the group spent considerable time crawling through heavy traffic in the heart of St. Louis near the Arch. On the open road, the group made, ahem, excellent time on their Victorys.

On a Victory, riding an Iron Butt is easy. The hard part is compiling and submitting all the data required for the Iron Butt Association to certify the feat.

To learn about next year’s All-Victory Iron Butt Ride, watch the forums on the Twin Cities Victory Riders website.

Don’t miss our Customer Appreciation Cook-Out TOMORROW in our New Location in Livonia!!

July 16th, 2011 Customer Appreciation Cook-Out 11am-5pm @ Dick Scott's Classic Motorcycles!