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RIDING DAPPER FOR A CAUSE: WHERE WE’VE COME FROM AND WHERE WE’RE HEADED. Our first two DGR San Jose Team raised over $$60000 with only 300 Silicon Valley Dappers. Join us in 2019 and make a difference. WIN DISTINGUISHED PRIZES Above all, the greatest prize is raising funds and awareness to men’s health… - Prostate cancer affects 1 in 9 men in the United States and is the 2nd leading cause of cancer death. - 3 out of every 4 suicides are men. Worldwide, every minute a man dies by suicide. Your commitment will benefit our fathers, sons, brothers and friends and we are truly grateful for all of your participation. That being said, we are introducing a bit of competition amongst the gentlefolk in the San Jose ride. For those who are registered and have embraced the spirit of the cause and theme, a selection of exquisite prizes will be bestowed to the: - Most Dapper Gentleman - Most Dapper Lady - Most Distinguished Facial Hair - Most Distinguished Motorcycle - Most Dapper Rider & Pillion Top 3 Highest fundraisers - 1st place - 2nd place - 3rd place Winners will be announced at the end of the ride at 456 Meridian Ave - Triumph San Jose where food, fun and fellowship will flourish. On Sunday, September 29th, 2019, tens of thousands of distinguished gentlefolk in hundreds of cities worldwide will don their cravats, tweak their mustaches, press their tweed and sit astride their classic and vintage styled motorcycles to raise funds and awareness for men’s health, specifically prostate cancer and men's mental health. The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride was founded in Sydney, Australia by Mark Hawwa. It was inspired by a photo of Mad Men’s Don Draper astride a classic bike and wearing his finest suit. Mark decided a themed ride would be a great way to combat the often-negative stereotype of men on motorcycles, whilst connecting niche motorcycle communities together. That first ride in 2012 brought together over 2,500 riders across 64 cities. The success of the event encouraged the founder to consider how it could be used to support a worthy cause.
Welcome all Indian Motorcycle Owners and Enthusiasts! IMRG Chapter 1927 embodies a fellowship of Indian Motorcycle enthusiasts who love to ride together while promoting goodwill among ALL riders and always welcoming new members. Come and join our monthly membership meetings and rides. When: First THURSDAY every month Time: 7 pm (arrive by 6:30 pm to order food) Where: Sam’s Bar-B-Que - 1110 S Bascom Ave Campbell, CA 95128 Monthly Rides: On the second SATURDAY each month All rides start and end at Spirit Motorcycles, 460 Meridian Avenue, San Jose, CA. Visit http://www.sanjoseimrg.com for more information on how to join and where to ride with us. Questions? Email us at [masked]. Let’s discover new roads to ride!
This is an open ride hosted by Indian Motorcycle Riders Group of San Jose. This is also a weekend ride departing San Jose on Friday, October 4th and returning Sunday, October 6th. Our destination is Susanville, California, an old lumber and mining town. We'll be lodging at the Diamond Mountain Casino in Susanville and with discounted rooms available for the group. Discounted rooms are limited so reserve yours soon. See below for details. Susanville is home to two state prisons so for some of you, this might be an opportunity to visit some old friends (zing!). As with most rides, the treasure is found in the journey, not the destination, and the trek to and from Susanville will be classic motorcycling along some terrific NorCal roads chock full of "Instagrammable" moments. We'll wind our way through mountain meadows along the Sierras, next to rivers and railroad trestles, with gorgeous sweeping vistas filling our views. More adventure awaits on Saturday with an optional ride that will take riders to the Lassen Volcanic National Park. It's rich in hydrothermal sites like Bumpass Hell, with its acres of bubbling mud pots. The summit of Lassen Peak Volcano offers views over the surrounding wilderness. Nearby, the "Devastated Area" is littered with lava rocks from its last eruption. We may stop for a flashlight tour of the lava caves so bring your own light or they have some available to rent. Saturday night will feature a dinner hosted by Spirit Motorcycles and the San Jose Indian Motorcycle Riders Group. Dinner will be held at the hotel in a private room with an outdoor patio. Hope you can join us! Difficulty: ★★★☆☆ Important Notes: Diamond Mountain Hotel & Casino - Reservations (530)[masked] - 900 Skyline Rd, Susanville, CA 96130 - You must reserve your room by Sep 27. - Discounted room rate for San Jose IMRG ($90 per night). - Tell the reservationist you are with San Jose Indian Motorcycle Riders. - Double Queen and single King rooms are available. Schedule: Day 1 Oct 4th (DAY 1) 308 Miles Min Mileage 125 mi per tank or carry extra gas Check-in 700am KSU - 730am Route Info: Hwy 280 to Hwy 680 North Hwy 680 to Hwy 80 North Hwy 80 to CA-113 North CA-113 North to Hwy-99 North 99 North to CA-20 East CA-20 east to CA-70 North CA-70 North to CA-89 North toward 89 Lake Almanor CA-89 to CA-147 North CA-147 STOP Info: 1St Stop: (80.6 Miles) 1Hr 26 min toll 9:00am - 9:15am Arrive in Fairfield, CA for fuel (15 min break) Chevron @ 2990 Travis Blvd Fairfield, CA 2nd Stop: (73 Miles) 1 Hr 28 min Yuba City, CA Breakfast = IHOP (1310 Franklin Rd, Yuba City, CA 95993) Fuel = Chevron (1273 Bridge St, Yuba City, CA 95991) 3rd Stop: (109 Miles) 2 Hrs 16 min, Fuel = 114 Crescent St, Greenville, CA 108 miles. Too Susanville, CA 45 miles Plus stops on the Feather River for pics etc.. Day 2 (236 Miles) 4 hrs 25 min of riding 2 hours for lunch and stops Check-in 8:00am KSU 8:30am Ca-36 West to CA-89 North CA-89 to Bumpass Trailhead Parking 71 Miles (1h 25 min) Stop at Bumpass Trailhead Parking for pictures and rest 15 minutes. CA-89 to CA-44 East 38 Miles (45 min) Stop @ Subway Cave Lava Tubes (free) Flash Light rentals at 44/89 Center (1 hour) CA-89 to CA-299 East. Stop for gas and Lunch (38 miles) Lunch at Ol'Merc 44247 CA-299 McArthur, CA Gas at Chevron in McArthur After Lunch: CA-299 to Susanville Rd (A2) Susanville Rd to CA-139 South CA-139 South to Susanville, Ca 91 miles Stops on the way for rest and pictures
Meet motorcycle enthusiasts and gear heads as we gather on the second Wednesday of every month in the parking lot at the Golden State Brewery in Santa Clara. Make friends, plan rides, and show off your bike. The tap room will be open. Note: Golden State Brewery is located behind the building, you cannot see it from the street. We meet in the large parking space behind the building near the brewery's entrance.