Jay Leno has had plenty of cool cars roll through his garage lately (including the 2015 Ford Mustang and the Porsche 911 Reimagined by Singer), but every once in a while, he checks out vehicles of the two-wheeled variety. Such is the case with this episode of Jay Leno's Garage, where the funnyman gives us a quick history of Indian Motorcycles before taking a spin on the company's newest cruiser.

Now owned by Polaris, Indian is making another comeback in the motorcycle business, and a company exec and designer help Leno show off the reborn company's new line. Although these are modern bikes designed from the ground up, they still share styling cues with iconic Indian bikes from years past and feature air-cooled engines designed by Polaris.

In addition to the new bikes, this episode of JLG features a handful of classic Indians from the '40s, but there's also a replica of Burt Munro's land speed record 1920 Indian Scout, which was the basis for the 2005 film The World's Fastest Indian. Scroll down to check out the whole episode, and head over to Jay's Garage for some great pictures of all the bikes.

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      The new Indian motorcycles are off the charts beautiful.
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      Too heavy, no good handling, ton of lead.
        Lev Tolstoi
        • 1 Year Ago
        STFU, you smug ****! Drive your bicycle to work and shut up! That's a piece of art, ****!
      • 1 Year Ago
      If the good Lord has blessed you to where you can buy man toy's, than buy what you like and be grateful. There is one thing for sure, YOU CANT TAKE THEM WITH YOU! I pray he (if he does not) and all to know JESUS. D Broussard
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      Charles B. Franklin, the original Indian designer, would be proud.
      Bill Smith
      • 1 Year Ago
      These look nice but do not do anything for me. The Indian name has been tarnished so many times from the Floyd Clymer re-brands to the several failed restarts that the brand has lost some of its luster. I hope they make it just to give Harley some form of competition and to keep Harley on their game. Lets admit that Harley has been resting on their Laurels lately. Competition always sharpens edge of people and a company that is too successful. But do not expect me to get all googled eyed over the canadian bred Indian.....
      Deanne Rose Upson
      • 1 Year Ago
      https://www.facebook.com/events/824471790911807/?ref_dashboard_filter=calendar&source=1 Please help another custom motorcycle and custom car business recover from a tragedy near Grand Rapids, Michigan: heavy snow, ice, and freezing rain have collapsed and condemned their shop and they need donations to help find a new building and home to re-start their business. This happened just as they were planning their upcoming wedding. They really need your help and are great people who very much deserve your help. They do a lot of volunteer work in the community for veterans and for schools, and now deserve your help to get them back on their feet. Thank you! If you can donate -- large or small -- go to gofundme.com/Custom-Biker-Needs-Help, but if you can only offer words of support that means a lot too!
      • 11 Months Ago
      This is one of the many reasons it's good to be Jay! Thanks for the many nights of The Tonight Show!
      • 1 Year Ago
      The new Indians look really nice, but I was really hoping to see him take one of those vintage bikes out - especially that Indian Four. You never see those out and about.
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