Arlen Ness Indian ChieftainThey say the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. Max Ness, youngest of the Ness clan of bike builders, demonstrated his own design chops with this rippin’ Indian Chieftain. Arlen Ness Modular Ape Hangers set the tone on the aggressively updated front end, the tone furthered by the fork gaiters, Ness Pro Short Front Fender and brawny 18” ProCross wheel. An Arlen Ness 90-degree Monster Sucker Air Cleaner ensures the monstrous Thunder Stroke 111 spits fire when its throttle is cracked. Max dressed up the jet-black powertrain with Ness Finned Covers custom powdercoated in gloss black and kept styling clean and current with Ness Black MX Floorboards and a Saddlemen Step-Up Seat. Not sure if an eye for design is inherent, but in the Ness family, it undoubtedly is.