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wonder if we see anything like this here in australia
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Croc
Probably not. The only time I mentioned IMRG to my dealer (for some sort of discount) they looked at me mstified & stated it had nothing to do with them.
Mind you, this was in Perth & I was a walk/ride in (first time I got one of my Indians serviced).  I figured that IMRG was about as useful as as tits on a bull!
It hasn't done much for me at all except for a nice T-shirt & something to make the HOG people peeved! ðŸ˜
I'm Not Completely Useless . .
I Can Be Used As A Bad Example!

Kwinana W.A.

Ulysses   #48275
IMRG      #100932
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CHF007
I literally joined the I.M.R.G. on day one . I have attended many I.M.R.G. rides and events at a local level . From breakfast rides to new model releases . I have also attended events in NSW and Victoria , flying interstate if I didn't have time to ride .  I  was dissapointed that N.Z. have now had their 3rd National Rally , an no Rally for Australia in sight . No sooner had I posted a comment along these lines ,  Indian Motorcycles announced the COOLY ROCKS ON  event . I have heard a few wispers about what is coming at this multiple day I.M.R.G. event , and I cant wait . You can now go online and buy more I.M.R.G. goodies . So things are certainly on a steep incline and I will continue attending as many I.M.R.G. as I can . An honestly who cares just how many HOG people it annoys . H.D. has more to worry about the the I.M.R.G.
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Kappy
CHF007 wrote:
  Indian Motorcycles announced the COOLY ROCKS ON  event . I have heard a few wispers about what is coming at this multiple day I.M.R.G. event , and I cant wait . You can now go online and buy more I.M.R.G. goodies . So things are certainly on a steep incline and I will continue attending as many I.M.R.G. as I can . An honestly who cares just how many HOG people it annoys . H.D. has more to worry about the the I.M.R.G.

Think you'll find it not actually a sole IMRG event, they just have a Marque, not even close to an IMRG rally .

I just got a new extended membership card, 3rd year, still haven't experienced any benefits.

The next bit is not a grizzle, just fact .
when I had my Road King which I bought privately, Perth Harley would always give 15% VIP discount, nothing to do with HOG membership.

Really feel Polaris are really gonna have to pull out all the stops to resurrect IMRG, I have heard, there are changes afoot, that was 18 months ago????

The writing will be on the wall when we actually have to pay for membership.

Hope it become a success.
Kappy

Growing Older is inevitable, Growing up is Optional.

BK AUS 1 68223
IMRG AU 101125

Current ride/s
2017 Indian Roadmaster-Willow Green/Ivory--Wicked Willow
Stage 3 BB 116
Freedom Racing slip on and Indian Fishtails.
Lots of Leather.
2000 ST1100 - AnaSTasia
Past rides irrelevant. except Suzuki RG500
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Dr.Shifty
Kappy wrote:

The writing will be on the wall when we actually have to pay for membership.


I think the 'writing on the wall' days are long gone. When I bought my Scout in 2016 it cost $70 to join. I only joined a month or two ago because they were no longer charging for membership.
Cheers, Kim.

From Woodrising (no, nobody else has heard of it either)
Rides a Springfield Dark Horse
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damienpearse
they have added new products to the online store, and now stock Arlen Ness gear as well!
They are advertising the BBK on TV too!

They launched globally at the same time,  but with Australia being such a small market, it would have been hard to devote so much attention to us.
The bikes sell themselves, the rest is icing on the cake.
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Kappy
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Kappy

Growing Older is inevitable, Growing up is Optional.

BK AUS 1 68223
IMRG AU 101125

Current ride/s
2017 Indian Roadmaster-Willow Green/Ivory--Wicked Willow
Stage 3 BB 116
Freedom Racing slip on and Indian Fishtails.
Lots of Leather.
2000 ST1100 - AnaSTasia
Past rides irrelevant. except Suzuki RG500
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