Limited Edition of 1901 Pieces. This stunning Baume et Mercier Clifton Club Indian watch pays tribute to the Indian Motorcycle Company, founded in 1901 in Springfield, Massachusetts. In particular, this limited edition watch of 1901 pieces celebrates the birthday of the creators of Burt Munro’s record-setting motorbike, the Indian Scout. Burt Munro set the under 1,000cc world speed record of 184.087mph at the Bonneville Salt Flats in 1967. The record was set on a 1920 Indian Scout motorcycle that Burt Munro famously spent 20 years modifying himself. It’s impossible to miss the many design features that have been included in the aesthetic of this Baume et Mercier Clifton Club Indian Limited Edition watch to honour the motorcycle company. The anthracite dial stands out immediately against the two black chronograph sub dials for 30 minutes and 12 hours while the stylised rose gold chronograph seconds hand is a tribute to the Indian Motorcycle logo. The vintage brown leather strap continues the sporty aesthetic and contrasts the polished finish of the 44mm stainless steel case and the masculine look of the large tachymeter scale bezel. On the case back of this Baume et Mercier Clifton Club Indian Limited Edition watch is a stunning detailed engraving of the Indian Motorcycle logo and the year 1901 for when the company was founded. Hidden within is the impressive Valjoux 7750 self winding movement which boasts a power reserve of 48 hours and provides incredible chronograph function.