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2021 Indian Roadmaster Limited [Model Overview]

2021 Indian Roadmaster Limited

Unlimited Touring: The 2021 Indian Roadmaster Limited

The Roadmaster Limited is a welcome addition to the 2021 Indian line-up. Based on the legendary Roadmaster platform, the Roadmaster Limited takes everything that riders already love about the classic touring cruiser, but with a whole host of extra premium features thrown into the mix.

Like many other models in the Indian Motorcycles range, the Roadmaster Limited uses the company’s powerful, American-made Thunderstroke 116 engine. This 1,890 cc liquid-cooled V-twin produces a potent 92 horsepower and 126 lb-ft of peak torque. Three selectable ride modes (Tour, Standard, Sport) customize your ride experience and riding aids such as cruise control, ABS, and a rear cylinder deactivation system ensure that you’re getting the power you need, when and where you want it.

Indian’s RideCommand infotainment system offers unparalleled levels of customizable comfort for long-distance touring. It has Apple CarPlay integration, turn-by-turn navigation, Bluetooth connectivity, and ClimaCommand heating control. And of course, it also features a 200-Watt audio system too. Other premium features include keyless ignition, remote-locking hard saddlebags and trunk, a power windshield, and passenger armrests.

For 2021, the Roadmaster Limited is available in two distinct color options: Crimson Metallic or Thunder Black Azure Crystal.

The 2021 Indian Roadmaster Limited starts at $30,749 USD / $37,249 CAD.

On this page: we’ve curated specs, features, news, photos/videos, etc. so you can read up on the new 2021 Indian Roadmaster Limited in one place.

2021 Indian Roadmaster Limited

Motorcycle Overview

General Info

  • Price: $30,749 USD / $37,249 CAD
  • Key Features:
    • Powerful Thunderstroke 116 V-twin engine
    • ClimaCommand Rogue heated/cooled seat
    • 36+ gallons of cargo space
    • 200 watt audio system

Main Specs

  • Engine type: 1,890 cc liquid-cooled Thunderstroke 116 V-twin
  • Horsepower: 92 HP
  • Torque: 126 lb-ft
  • Wet Weight: 890 lb (403 kg)
  • Seat Height: 26.5 in (673 mm)

2021 Indian Roadmaster Limited

2021 Indian Roadmaster Limited Specifications

From Indian


Engine 1,890 cc, Thunderstroke® 116
Engine Power 92 HP
Bore x Stroke 4.063″ x 4.449″ (103.2mm x 113mm)
Compression Ratio 11.0:1
Fuel System Closed loop fuel injection / 54 mm bore
Starter Electric
Exhaust Split Dual Exhaust w/ Cross-over


Clutch Wet, Multi-Plate, Assist
Transmission 6 Speed
Final Drive Gear Drive Wet Clutch


Suspension Front Telescopic Fork
Suspension Rear Single Shock w/ Air adjust
Brakes Front Dual / 300 mm Floating Rotor / 4 Piston Caliper
Brakes Rear Single / 300 mm Floating Rotor / 2 Piston Caliper
Tires Front Metzeler Cruisetec 130/60B19 66H
Tires Rear Metzeler Cruisetec 180/60R16 80H
Fuel Tank Capacity 5.5 gal (20.8 L)
Color / Graphics ThunderBlack Azure Crystal, Crimson Metallic


Spark Plugs
Headlight Pathfinder LED Headlamp
Tail Light LED Taillight


Overall Length 102.1 in (2,593.3 mm)
Overall Width 39.4 in (1,000 mm)
Overall Height 58.7 in (1,491 mm)
Wheelbase 65.7 in (1668 mm)
Ground Clearance 5.1 in (130 mm)
Seat Height 26.5 in (673 mm)
Weight (Empty Tank / Full of Fuel) 858 lb (389 kg) / 890 lb (403 kg)


Warranty 2 Years, Unlimited Miles

2021 Indian Roadmaster Limited

2021 Indian Roadmaster Limited Features


The Thunderstroke 116 engine produces 126 ft-lb of torque for exceptional power at low RPM and a smooth ride at any speed.


Protect your cargo from the elements in weatherproof storage with remote-locking saddlebags, trunk, and easy access storage in the lowers.


ClimaCommand Rogue heated/cooled seat comes standard, adding even more rider and passenger comfort.


No matter how far you ride, the Roadmaster Limited is equipped to get you there in comfort and style with fender-to-fender brilliant paint and premium chrome finishes.


A push-button power windshield allows you to easily change the height. Lower fairing vents manage airflow for optimal rider and passenger comfort.


Top-of-the-line riding amenities include LED lighting, keyless ignition, cruise-control, power-locking saddlebags, tire pressure monitoring, and heated grips.


Now you can choose between three ride modes, Tour, Standard, and Sport, for an experience that’s customized to your riding style. Rear Cylinder Deactivation automatically shuts off the rear cylinder when the bike is stopped for enhanced comfort in slow-moving traffic.


High-output speakers in the fairing and trunk deliver 200-Watts of crystal-clear audio. It also sports a dynamic equalizer that automatically adjusts for road, wind and engine noise.


A 7 in screen, featuring Apple CarPlay® integration, Turn-by-turn navigation, Bluetooth® connectivity, traffic and weather connectivity, and controls for the ClimaCommand Rogue heated/cooled seat, adding even more rider and passenger comfort whatever the weather conditions.

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  1. Is it me or am I a bit out of touch? Am I the only guy who thinks that 30K starting price
    for a bike is pushing the limits of what most people can afford for a recreational toy, no matter how good or great it might be?……… 37 K for the “high End model” ? Jeeze !
    Look around, there are boatloads of used heavy touring bikes for at minimum half the price.
    I will keep my 2005 Ducati ST4S with its crazy 7K service schedule and still have tons of
    money left over to buy another sport bike and a used Harley or BMW to boot.

    1. You aren’t out of touch. The industry struggles to understand why it doesn’t sell more bikes or see droves of new riders entering the sport… well, $30k cruisers are a good example of why.

      I’m hanging on to my ’07 FZ6 for this exact reason.

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