Living within oil soaked mortar and rubber beaten bricks lives the heroic spirit of National Moto+Cycle Co.
NMCC is inspired by Indy's racing heritage and fueled by iconic pre-war US manufacturing. Join us in celebrating historical moments of moving humans through their community, around the track, and across the battlefield of life itself.
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National Moto+Cycle Co. brand is supported by the Nat'L Moto Gear Collection. A vintage mix of clothing and period accessories We invite you to engage the unique lifestyle of a by gone era full of heros and daredevils in the air or on the track.
National Moto+Cycle Co. is namely based from the National Motor & Vehicle Company in Indianapolis [1900-1924]. National was an elite group of engineers, draftsman, and racers. The National Motor and Vehicle Co. was incorporated in February1900 and soon became an industry leader producing the first US six cylinder engine. National produced electric vehicles initially, moving to full combustion production in 1905 and won the second Indianapolis 500 in 1912 proving their innovations through countless racing crowns and world records. The National Factory [Re-established in 2008 as the National Design Factory] located at 22nd St. and the Monon RR in Indianapolis.
National was a powerhouse both on and off the track in supporting the community. National Moto+Cycle Co. embraces this historical leadership and spirit of the National founders and workers
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