Indian Motorcycle‪®‬ 4+

Powered by RIDE COMMAND‪.‬

Polaris Industries

    • 2.6 • 128 Ratings
    • Free

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Description

Own your adventure with greater confidence and peace of mind, putting you in the driver seat with access to vehicle and riding details at your fingertips. Information you need when you need it to more easily tackle powersports ownership. Download now and plan your first trip!



My Garage
View your vehicle service history
Stay on top of your maintenance schedules and receive reminders
Easily schedule your RideReady service appointments


Rides & Community
Plan your ultimate ride using snap to trail routing and on/offline maps
Navigate during your ride with Group Ride, waypoints, and tracking
Relive and share your ride with 3D flyover of your tracked ride


Shopping & Support
Find your gear & accessories to elevate your ride
Easily get your questions answered at the Help Center


Unleash the full power by connecting to your in-vehicle display powered by RIDE COMMAND, or upgrade to RIDE COMMAND+ for next level remote vehicle connectivity and control.


RIDE COMMAND® is a registered trademark of Polaris Industries Inc.


*Continued use of GPS running in the background can decrease battery life. Recommend running with power source.
**Group Ride functionality requires cellular connectivity. If cellular signal is lost, RIDE COMMAND will show the last known location of riders in your group until signal is established again.

What’s New

Version 7.3.01

Fixes to prevent the app from crashing in the background

Ratings and Reviews

2.6 out of 5
128 Ratings

128 Ratings

Tmwolfe ,

Really need some support/how-to videos!

The app is pretty interesting when you’re linking it to your motorcycle, however, there are a ton of features in the app that are not intuitive at all. For example, trying to plan a ride, group ride, or sharing things with the “community” leave me and others I shared them with, with more questions than answers.

engr_jack ,

Broke iPad version even worse

This version improved the iPhone a little by showing correct dashboard values instead of miles in the millions. The iPad version no longer shows anything.

Ride Command on the bike and the Ride Command app were a couple of the selling points that convinced me to get a Roadmaster, but both have been disappointing. Ride Command on the bike is terribly buggy and the app is nearly useless.

The developers need to understand that users want to use the app to support their riding by making and managing routes. There aren’t any users impressed by being able to check the odometer, fuel level or tire pressure by phone. I was terribly disappointed to find that the promises of the app with my premium motorcycle amounts to really nothing but a few values from my dashboard. I installed the app after buying the motorcycle—I didn’t get the app, then go get a motorcycle to match it.

Forget about retrieving values from the odometer, fuel gauge or TPMS; I won’t check those on the app while I’m riding the motorcycle, and I don’t need to check them while I’m not riding.

Instead, put in some decent features:
-route creation and management
-better waypoint creation
-import/export of .gpx
-allow landscape orientation on iPad

The only reason this app is still on my devices is that I’m hoping a future version will have value.

dadio6255 ,

Great App

Indian has done well upgrading this app! You can now log into Ride Command on your computer, and plot out a route. Then Bluetooth the route directly to the bike! This works very well. Make sure you update the latest firmware on the bike, and add the app to your phone. It works well syncing to your iPhone! Also, add many way points to take the roads you want to ride on, so the navigation software doesn’t vary from your route! I entered several planned routes with many way points and they all take the roads I entered. Thank you Indian for finally getting this right!

App Privacy

The developer, Polaris Industries, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Diagnostics

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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