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Then, in 1971, he had the chance to buy back the Scout that had taken him on his pre-war tour. Yarocki reassembled he bike and rode it, but eventually parted it out.He paid 0 for the bike that he had sold two decades earlier for 0. But reacquiring the bike helped turn up the pilot light on his interest in Indians.TORRINGTON, CT – Like almost anyone who has ever ridden, George Yarocki never forgot his first motorcycle – a 1928 Indian 101 Scout.The year was 1941 and he was a 14-year-old sophomore at Torrington High School.
“I had to my name at that point,” said the then-80-year-old Yarocki.
“I rode my bicycle by the Indian dealer every day going to and from school,” he recalled during a 2008 interview, noting that the roar of the motorcycles and the scent of exhaust fumes beckoned him from his late grammar school years into high school.