On September 15, 2012, Motorcyclepedia Museum held a ribbon cutting ceremony to open a new exhibit dedicated to the legacy of Indian Larry. Indian Larry was an original New Windsor, NY resident. His tribute display features one of his first Knuckleheads (all chrome – including the frame!), circa 1971. Art, photos, and paintings by Timothy White and Joe Coleman are also exhibited, along with personal artifacts from Larry’s forty year career as an artist and motorcycle builder.
He has been added to the list of American icons, whose clarity on life and the dedication to knowledge affected countless people. There are currently two books written on Indian Larry, one of which “Chopper Shaman” compares him to a mythical creature not of this world and another. The second “Indian Larry” is a photo history featuring some of his work while illuminating his unique character.