While on Northern Colorado Indian Motorcycle Rider Group (NoCo IMRG) journeys and events, we encounter some amazing places. These are some of our favorite establishments we’ve encountered. Follow their website links below and explore.
The Farmhouse Bistro & Bar
Members of the Northern Colorado IMRG took a trip to South Dakota. While in Spearfish, we had dinner at The Farmhouse Bistro & Bar. A blend between fine dining and a casual farmhouse feel. Food was very good, and the service was excellent.
Flying Saddle Resort
The Flying Saddle Resort was Northern Colorado IMRG’s home base for our Alpine trip. Accommodations were great (they have both cabins and hotel rooms). We ate at the Flying Saddle Resort Steakhouse & Restaurant for several nights. The food was very good, and the wait staff went out of their way to accommodate our large group.
Masa Hibachi Steakhouse
The Northern Colorado Indian Motorcycle Riders Group celebrated our Chapter anniversary at the MASA Steakhouse in Ft Collins. We couldn’t ride as a Chapter due to the heavy rain storm rolling through, but we were still able to celebrate our 3rd anniversary in style and have lots of fun. The Masa provided a fun environment to celebrate! The food and staff were great.
Bunkhouse Bar & Grill
The Northern Colorado Indian Motorcycle Riders Group stopped at the Bunkhouse in Cheyenne for lunch while doing the 2021 International Female Ride Day. The hospitality was awesome – very biker friendly. The food and service were equally terrific. The location of the restaurant and decor was great. We had lots of fun at the Bunkhouse.
Budweiser Biergarten (Fort Collins)
The NoCo IMRG got together for our 2019 ride and event planning at The Biergarten in Fort Collins. Very spacious indoor dining and patio areas with good pub fair.
Cacciatore at Heller's Kitchen
The Northern Colorado IMRG did a dinner motorcycle ride to Windsor to eat at Cacciatore. The food was very delicious. We had a great time while eating at this restaurant. The atmosphere was great with a combination of old and new styling. A true Italian restaurant.
Ever Open Cafe
The Northern Colorado Indian Motorcycle Riders Group stopped at Ever Open Café for breakfast before heading out on a ride. They had our reservation ready when we arrived, and the food and service was terrific. It was a warm inviting atmosphere with good old fashion home cooking. The wait staff were very friendly. The other patrons at the restaurant were also friendly.
Nordy's BBQ & Grill
The Northern Colorado IMRG has their board meetings every so often at Nordy’s, as well as Chapter dinner rides to Nordy. We thoroughly enjoy the delicious food and fantastic service. The staff is very friendly and the BBQ is excellent. Once you’ve eaten here, you will definitely want to come back!
The Northern Colorado Indian Motorcycle Riders Group had dinner here on our first night in Deadwood. This place was recommended to us by the Sturgis IMRG, and it did not disappoint. The food was awesome and the portions were large. The wait staff was very friendly.
The Lariat, Buena Vista
The NoCo IMRG stopped and had lunch at The Lariat in Buena Vista on our way to Cripple Creek. Our stop here was very enjoyable. The food, atmosphere, and service were excellent. This place looks like a great venue to listen to some live bands. It was definitely worth the stop for lunch.
Yankee Doodle's Cafe
While in Alpine, WY exploring surrounding areas for several days, the Northern Colorado IMRG enjoyed daily breakfast at Yankee Doodle’s. They were very accommodating and ready for our large group every morning. They did a great job of taking our orders and serving our food in a timely fashion so we could head out for the day’s ride. The decor was truly American and good to see. The local patrons of the restaurant were also very friendly and fun.
The Northern Colorado Indian Motorcycle Riders Group enjoyed a terrific lunch at the Pumphouse Brewery in Longmont after a motorcycle ride around Carter Lake. They accommodated our large group without any problem, and our reservation was waiting when we arrived. The food and service was excellent.
The Wild Animal Sanctuary
The Wild Animal Sanctuary is a 789-acre animal sanctuary in Keenesburg, Colorado. The sanctuary specializes in rescuing and caring for large predators. It is a nonprofit organization and a state and federally licensed zoological facility. Members of the NoCo IMRG had the pleasure of visiting and viewing the animals at the sanctuary.
While on a long weekend excursion, the Northern Colorado Indian Motorcycle Riders Group stopped at the Teton House in Menan, ID for lunch. We had made a reservation prior to arriving and our tables were waiting when we arrived. The decor and atmosphere had an old fashion western bar feel. The wait staff was friendly and the food was good. Only down side is it took a very long time to get served – luckily we weren’t in any big hurry.
Sanfords Grub & Pub
The NoCo IMRG stopped at Sanfords in Cheyenne for lunch. This place is pretty cool with nostalgic automobile memorabilia (and other oddities) from floor to ceiling. It was a fun place to eat and to take pictures of all the unique stuff they had on display. Food portions were enormous.
Vern’s Place has had the same goal since 1946 – dish up the best homestyle food in a family-friendly atmosphere with a commitment to great service. This place has a very rustic feel to it, and the best comfort food with ample portions. The staff is very fast and friendly. The cinnamon rolls are wonderful.
Spomer Bison Ranch
The NoCo IMRG had lots of fun visiting the Spomer Bison Ranch and getting to see and pet “Trouble,” the ranch mascot. The folks at Spomer Bison Ranch are wonderful and down-to-earth good people. The bison meat purchased was very good.
Terry Bison Ranch
Our motorcycle ride to the Terry Bison Ranch in Cheyenne Wyoming was a little windy, but worth it when we got to the ranch to look at the animals along with riding the train out to the Bison. We ended the adventure by having lunch at the Ranch with friends. A great day for all.
The Northern Colorado Indian Motorcycle Riders Group made Fiona’s Delicatessen our destination stop for lunch. The decor of this delicatessen is awesome with very unique menu items. This is certainly not your run-of-the-mill deli. The food was very good, and the staff were very friendly.
Georgia Boys BBQ - Frederick, CO
Taking advantage of some excellent March weather, the NoCo IMRG went on an ad-hoc motorcycle ride with a stop at the Georgia Boys BBQ restaurant in Frederick, CO. Georgia Boys was a terrific choice for lunch. The wait staff was outstanding and the food was very good, and served with a smile. We had a large group and they were very accommodating and had our reservation ready when we arrived.
Ruby House Restaurant
While on our Black Hills ride, the Northern Colorado Indian Motorcycle Riders Group stopped at the Ruby House in Keystone, SD for lunch. The atmosphere and decor of this restaurant is very unique, very western. The food was very good and at a reasonable price. Spent lots of time looking at all the decor spread throughout the restaurant.
Buck's Sports Grill
This is a very cool place to eat. The NoCo IMRG stopped here for lunch on our way to Alpine, WY. The first thing you notice is the awesome decor. Then you’re handed the largest size menu you will ever see (no need for glasses to read no matter how blind you might be). The food and wait staff was great.
Antlers Inn River Rock Cafe
The NoCo IMRG Walden Loop Ride took us to the Red River Rock Cafe at Antlers Inn located in Walden for lunch. It’s a great place with outstanding hospitality. The decor has an old west Rocky Mountain vibe. Excellent service, friendly staff, and good food.
The Northern Colorado Indian Motorcycle Riders Group has stopped at the Outpost Cafe for lunch on a couple of occasions while riding to the Black Hills. While it may take a little while to get your food served, the food is great, and the menu prices were low.
Lydia does patch and custom leather sewing. She is equipped to sew on pockets without sewing them shut, replace zippers in boots and coats, alterations, mending general and leather sewing, and snap replacement. We had the pleasure of her coming to the Indian Motorcycle of Fort Collins dealership while the NoCo IMRG was having a potluck get together. She did an incredible job sewing patches on our jackets and vests.
Crumbl Cookies - Johnstown
To change things up a bit, the Northern Colorado Indian Motorcycle Riders Group rode to the Crumbl Cookies in Johnstown as our destination. The fresh gourmet cookies were delicious (and large). Service was quick and friendly.
Sol De Jalisco - Wellington, CO
The NoCo IMRG took a short motorcycle ride to Wellington for dinner at Sol De Jalisco. The food was muy bueno with large proportions. Our reservation was ready when we got there and the staff were friendly. The restaurant is somewhat small, but the atmosphere is great with Mexican style decor.
Goldbelt Bar & Grill
A family friendly restaurant with great burgers, sandwiches, and pizza located in beautiful Ouray, Colorado in the heart of the San Juan Mountains. Members of the NoCo IMRG enjoyed lunch in the outdoor patio while taking a day ride while at the Durango Rendezvous.
Timberline Church in Fort Collins is very gracious to allow the NoCo IMRG to conduct our skills training in their parking lot. We learn valuable techniques during our motorcycle skills training that will help us toward becoming better and safer riders out on the road. A special thank you to Timberline Church for allowing the NoCo IMRG to use their parking lot so we can learn these important road skills in a safe and non-intrusive environment.
Indian Motorcycle of Fort Collins
The Northern Colorado Indian Motorcycle Riders Group (NoCo IMRG) is proud to be sponsored by the Indian Motorcycle of Fort Collins dealership. Their strong support and commitment not only to the Indian Motorcycle brand, but to the NoCo IMRG is instrumental in building a long lasting future together. Consider Indian Motorcycle of Fort Collins for your next Indian Motorcycle or for your Indian Motorcycle accessories.
Indian Motor Works
While attending the Durango Rendezvous in Durango, the NoCo IMRG had the pleasure of visiting Indian Motor Works who have passionately restored and refurbished Indian motorcycles for over four decades. The folks at Indian Motor Works love to ride, restore, revive and enhance the performance of Indian motorcycles, and are dedicated to the preservation and restoration of the Indian motorcycle.
2 Doors Down
2 Doors Down was referred to NoCo IMRG by a local when we rode into Cheyenne for lunch. It turned out to be a perfect place for our group. They got us seating right away without having a reservation, and made us feel very welcome. The staff was super friendly, and greeted and conversed with everyone coming through the door. They took the time to explain the menu to us since it was our first time there. Service and food were excellent.
Genesee Pub and BBQ
NoCo IMRG took a ride to Lookout Mountain in Golden and stopped at the Genesee Pub and Grill for lunch. We hadn’t heard of this establishment before, but thought we’d give it a try. Turned out to be a great decision. This place is tucked away, and not readily visible from the road, but has a fun atmosphere. The food is excellent and the staff is very friendly.
The Boot Grill
NoCo IMRG’s first dinner ride took us to The Boot Grill in Loveland. Our reservation was ready when we arrived. It was quite spacious and had a cool ambiance inside. The friendly service and good food helped to make our evening fun filled.
Glen Haven General Store
The Glen Haven General Store serves amazing homemade cinnamon rolls made from scratch daily. The cinnamon rolls are so delicious that NoCo IMRG scheduled two rides to this destination within one year.
Palomino Mexican Restaurant
A motorcycle dinner ride took us to Palomino Mexican Food in Loveland. We got a little rain, but turned out to be a nice relaxing ride as we were heading to Palomino’s with friends. Lots of fun riding and hanging out with good friends, and Palomino Mexican Food was an excellent choice for dinner. Great food and excellent service.
El Rancho Brewing Co.
Members of the Northern Colorado Indian Motorcycle Riders Group stopped at El Rancho Brewing for lunch on our return ride from Mt Evans. Our reservation was ready when we arrived, and were greeted by friendly staff. The restaurant had good ambiance, good food, and quick service.
Gunther Toody's Diner
A spur-of-the-moment breakfast ride took the NoCo IMRG to Gunther Toody’s in Thornton. We had an awesome breakfast at the 50s style diner, and they had our reservation ready when we arrived. The food was very good, and the service was great. Enjoyed the old Triumph Bonneville motorcycle they had on display.