Meet the Indian Motorcycle Vixens!
Introducing Kelly Roux who will be representing the Indian Motorcycle brand at the upcoming South Africa Bike Festival on 25-27 May. Being one of five Vixens, Kelly will be on hand for meet-and-greets, photo opportunities and to give info on the motorcycles and brand.
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Full name: Kelly Tayla Roux
Music of choice: EDM and anything chilled
Style of choice: Um… does Active-wear count?
Indian Motorcycle of choice: The 2018 Jack Daniel’s Limited Edition Indian Scout Bobber
Give us a quick introduction to Kelly Roux?
I am a fun-loving, energetic, always-on-the-go lady, who will Always stop and rescue a lost doggie on the side of the road.
What are you passionate about?
I love animals and really enjoy being around others. I also love keeping active and busy.
What does being an Indian Motorcycle Vixen mean to you?
It means being elite, classy with a lot of opportunity for fun and adventure. I’m honored to be one of the Vixens and I can’t wait to be a part of this brand’s future.
What do you like most about the Indian Motorcycle brand?
I love that it’s a mix of vintage mixed with modern, badass and classy all in one. The bikes look and sound great, and who doesn’t feel cool driving one?!
What sense of emotion do you feel when walking into the Indian Motorcycle store?
I think the first thing I said when I walked into the store was “wow”, so the best word would have to be awe. They’ve managed to make their store look and feel as cool as their bikes!
Why should motorcycle fans visit the Indian Motorcycle stand at this year’s South Africa Bike Festival?
We most definitely have the coolest, most badass bikes this year with some elite models (bikes and ladies!) on the stand.
What can fans expect from the Indian Motorcycle Vixens at this year’s South Africa Bike Festival?
A great time! We’re all fun, bubbly ladies so come ask us questions, take pictures with us and the bikes, and be a part of the Indian Motorcycle revolution.
Which was your favorite scene in our shoot for this feature?
It would have to be the scene where I was “getting tattooed”. I have no tattoos so it was quite exciting pretending to get one.
If you could have an Indian Motorcycle named after you, what would it be called and why?
The Wild One. It’s pretty self explanatory.
Tell us something most people don’t know about you?
I used to be the biggest tomboy when I was younger. I would wear boy clothes and I hated pink. Now, I love pink (standard) and the only boy clothes I wear are my man’s hoodies (also standard).