Engine production for Indian Motocycle was sub-contracted to the Aurora Automatic Machinery Company (who had been supplying Hendee with bicycle parts) between 1902 and 1907, while the frame and cycle parts were similarly outsourced to Thor (owned by Aurora) during the marque's early years. This interesting state of affairs resulted in the Indian single appearing in a number of different guises in the 1900s. America, Thor, Light Thor-Bred, Racycle, Reading-Standard Thoroughbred and Warwick offerings at this time were all essentially re-badged Indians.
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