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Discussion in 'Indian Motorcycle General Discussion' started by RBinTEX, Feb 15, 2017.
Totally Agree with your comments.
I saw here most of the members from USA, was thinking its community of overworld members Indian, overall its fine with me to know Indian member from everywhere and making friends.
I had a small issue as per I am IMRG member recently, I try to contact with IMRG in Europe like in Italy, Germany and Austria, First, ask them by email to possibility if can meet members ( group if Indian) and get a short road trip with them or rent a bike from them.
Relly was surprised some of the Indian members (IMRG) not reply and others were replying informed not having rent bike and others they give overprice to rent the bike.
I'm disappointed by IMRG.
Hah! Welcome to the IMRG Club Buddy! I'm way down in Burtland ( New Zealand) and sadly the IMRG does little for us here. So it's only fitting I guess that they give Kiwis free membership,.....still I'm going to the Rally on Friday where I'll get another tee shirt and stuff in the bag of goodies,.......
Alpal ( from where the world's fastest Indian was born,.....)
This is the shame of them, we see another community does a lot of there members.
I do compliment to my dealer in Saudi Arabia, what got a reply from other IMRG.
As know IMRG have a discount or want to rent a motorcycle from Indian 50% or can give him demo bike for free if going ride with the group.
I can see where @Alpal may not understand the slang. But surely, @oldguymike, based on your age, and your location, you understand the reference . . .
Physically 49,Mentally somewhere around 22
Hah! A man with a mid life crisis!!!,........enjoy it,.....you only get one of them,......( but dont fear its ending,.....I'm 70 soon and still in mine!!!!)
And whats more welcome aboard Buddy! You are part of the team on the best little Indian Motorbike Forum in the world! This is the place to be when you are not wearing out your tyres,.....What are you riding anyway? Big sister?,....Or the better model,.....a red Scout,.,..........(ok Al,....sit back,.....put on the tin hat,......add another layer of sandbags and wait for the incoming!,...)
Riding a '14 Chief Vintage
41 this week. Been riding since I was 16 and have owned some sweet bikes. Owned the following Kawasaki EX500, SV 650, TL 1000s, Seca 2, Kawasaki Vulcan 900, Harley Davidson springer, Harley Davidson Heritage, Ducati Monster 800, Ducati Monster S2R 1000, Ducati Monster 900, Ducati 748 Superbike, Indian Scout( 2016) and Indian Scout 2018.
I’d label myself as a Ducati/ Indian guy!
No clue why I added all this now that I remember it’s a age thread!
I haven't owned a Ducati yet but I've ridden the Monster 821, Desert Sled, and XDiavel S and I absolutely plan on being a Indian/Ducati guy myself as soon as I can afford it. Seriously awesome bikes, absolutely love the Monster 821 and Desert Sled.
Well... to be honest... I plan on being an Indian/Ducati/Triumph/KTM/Husqvarna/H-D/Honda/Yamaha/Guzzi/Motus/Suzuki and just about everything else guy eventually...
You're gonna need a bigger shed,......
72 years young (in my mind) and I've been riding for 56 of those years. I'm still full of pep and vinegar as they say. My wife confirms this as she looks at me and says Yeah Right.
66 years old and still can’t get enough of riding my motorcycle! That’s why I can’t wipe the smile off my face!
I haven't gotten a feel in ages.
72 yrs. young. Cant wait till net spring
59 last July
59 is a good number cause it’s not in the 60’s yet ! Just curious as to what you ride and how long you have been riding. I have a 14 Chieftain and have always had a motorcycle since I was 16. When I was farming I was always looking for an excuse to take the bike to town to get parts for machinery or fit some groceries in the saddlebags or stuff them in my shirt!
'16 Chieftain with about 10% of your mileage! I've been riding since 4th grade but took a break for about 10 years in the '90s.
I grew up on a farm in PA. What type of farming did you do?
Sweet corn, field corn, sweet peas, soybeans, alfalfa, wheat, dairy cattle, hogs, chickens and one huge garden where I had a lot of potatoes that I dug and washed and sold them for 5 cents a pound to the local small town grocery store when I was in 4-H. ( A rural agricultural organization for youth)