The Indian Motorcycle Demo Days at Indian Motorcycle of Fort Collins was a fun event. Indian trucked in their full line of motorcycles – FTRs, Scouts, Chieftains, and Roadmasters, and anyone who wanted to could demo one or all. The NoCo IMRG Chapter had a blast helping out on the event by leading and sweeping demo rides, answering demo rider questions, and just talking to prospective Indian motorcycle buyers about the splendor of Indian motorcycles.
The demo riders really liked the Indian motorcycles and chatting about them. We also got to talk to some demo riders about our NoCo IMRG Chapter. The dealership was generous to provide lunch on Saturday to demo riders. Hamburgers were served for lunch by the The Boot Grill, and were very good.
Patrick from Indian, who conducted the Demo Days, was certainly a man in charge and well organized, and was fun to work with and made sure everyone got to test ride the bikes they wanted. Mark Whaley was the hardest working man there and really made NoCo IMRG shine. Ron Rogers was the ultimate salesman for Indian Motorcycle. Based on the extra enthusiasm shown by some of the demo riders, I suspect we might see some new Indian motorcycle owners and NoCo IMRG members in the horizon.
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