Everyone knew Indian would go big at Sturgis, but I sure didn't expect a fairing-equipped hard bagger to hit the stage. At the top of the range is the 2014 Indian Chieftain ($22,999), a full touring model, and the brand's first with a fork-mounted fairing and integrated driving lights. The fairing features a power windshield, which has 4 inches of up and down travel. Like its Chief siblings, the Chieftain features a keyless fob ignition system, antilock brakes, and cruise control, but adds lockable, removable, hard saddlebags, tire-pressure monitoring, and a 100-watt stereo with Bluetooth connectivity. The Chieftain's fairing-mounted instrument cluster dash is also more sophisticated and feature-rich, with multiple menus and adjustability. Unlike its brothers, the Chieftain gets cast wheels and blackwall tires.