Indian Motorcycle Riders Group Organises Breakfast ride in Ahmedabad
The IMRG Ahmedabad rode close to 200 kilometres until the end of the ride.
Indian Motorcycle Riders Group. (Photo: Indian Motorcycles)
Indian Motorcycle, America’s First Motorcycle Company organised the Indian Motorcycle Riders Group (IMRG) Breakfast ride in Ahmedabad. A large group of proud and enthusiastic Indian Motorcycle owners had gathered at Gurudwara Gobind Dham at SG Highway from where the IMRG rolled out to Himmatnagar and shared their passion for motorcycling. The IMRG halted at Aalloha Hills Resort & Golf Course where they enjoyed some delicious breakfast and their beautiful Sunday. The IMRG Ahmedabad rode close to 200 kilometres until the end of the ride.
Indian Motorcycle, a wholly-owned division of Polaris Industries Inc. is America’s first motorcycle company. Polaris India brought the entire Indian Motorcycle’s Chief range – Indian Chief Classic, Indian Chief Vintage, Indian Chieftain, and Indian Chief Dark Horse to India. The Indian Scout Sixty, Indian Scout, Indian Springfield, Indian Chieftain Dark Horse and Indian Roadmaster are also available in India.
The entire Indian Motorcycle range is available across showrooms in India at Gurgaon, Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Chandigarh, Kolkata and Jaipur/Cochin (Coming Soon).
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