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Biggest Indian Motorcycles Group in Europe Riding To Faak Am See

As a celebration of 115 years of existence, Indian Motorcycle is inviting all European owners to ride together to Faak Am See next week, to encourage community and camaraderie among them. The ride is open to non-Indian owners as well.
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All Indian Motorcycle Riders Group (IMRG) have probably already received their invitation to the biggest Indian ride-out in Europe that is set to take place on Friday 9th in September.

“The ride-out will give all our IMRG members one more unforgettable experience in this exciting community,” EMEA Marketing Manager for Indian Motorcycle Marion Chouanneau says. “It’s a great opportunity to celebrate 115 years of Indian Motorcycle. We can’t wait to see all our members ride and have fun together.”

The ride-out will depart from the Indian booth in Area 1 at Faak Am See in Austria and bikers are noticed to be there at around 2:30 pm. The route will take them up on a two-hour-long trip, finishing up at the Burg Landskron, which is located just a few minutes away from Lake Faak.

A dinner for all IMRG members will be held there after which the party moves back to the Indian booth so everyone can enjoy a legendary Wall-of-Death Show to end the day.

Anyone can attend the ride-out, but the dinner at Burg Landskron is reserved only for IMRG members that have registered their interest to take part. So don’t forget to check your inbox for that as on-site registrations will be limited.

Indian Motorcycle will also preview the 2017 Roadmaster and Chieftain models in Area 1, that come with the new Ride Command infotainment system. The new tech will be officially launched later in October at the Intermot Show in Cologne.

People can also sign up on site to test ride one of the many models Indian will bring at Faak Am See, including the Chief Classic, Chief Vintage, Chieftain, Chief Dark Horse and Springfield.

 
 
 
 
 

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