They Are Lining Up

For A Majestic Welcome

To Celebrate The Love Of Indian Motorcycles!!!





May 30th Unwind – Unpack – Unload… Relax…


May 31st Let’s start with FOOD and then a tour of Branson and the surrounding area

We leave at 9:30a.m. for the largest Golden Corral in the nation. (Approximately $10 a person) After breakfast we will roll out for a leisurely introductory ride through the city of Branson and then onto Eureka Springs. This will be informative for those that have never been here. We will continue through some of the surrounding communities for general sight – seeing and return to the resort at our leisure. In the evening we party out with Diamonds in the Rough DJ Karaoke.


June 1st Visiting an Ozark’s Legend

If you have never heard of Lambert’s Cafe you are in for a real treat. There is no set price as you order from the menu but the meals are VERY affordable and LARGE. The Travel Channel named it the #1 place to eat in America 2007. From there we leave for the granddaddy of all outdoor sporting goods. The oldest and original Bass Pro of Springfield, MO. We roll out at 10:30 a.m. Individual group rides after that.


June 2nd Roaring River State Park

We roll out for Roaring River State Park at 10 a.m. for a day at one of Missouri’s best kept secrets. Riders who want to try their hand at trout fishing are encouraged to bring their gear. A simple day pass to fish can be purchased on site and allow the angler a limit of 6 trout. Hunter’s Friend will serve lunch at 1 p.m. until 3:00 p.m. Due to the darkness and guests unfamiliarity with the area we will leave RRSP at 4:30 p.m. sharp. 7 p.m. we kick off a karaoke and dance party with Diamonds in the Rough with Byron and Cendy Efird. Your registration covers this meal, but bring your own drinks. (There is a nearby convenience store that sells drinks as well)


June 3rd Swap Meet in the Convention Center – Shriner’s Auction Convention Center

Have something you no longer need or want? Looking for the obscure part? Our swap meet may be just the ticket. From leather jackets to rear wheels to saddlebags, we have seen it all go through our swap meet. The trading kicks off at 9 a.m. and ends at 12 p.m. This is the only time we have set aside for open sell for guests and vendors and we ask that everyone in attendance respect this. After the swap meet riders are free to take off and explore on their own or with small groups.

The highlight of IRIP 10 was a spontaneous gesture on the behalf of Danny Flucke from California. Looking for a charitable organization we could support, Danny suggested we get behind the Children’s Hospital of St. Louis with the Shriner’s. Over the last 2 years this auction has brought in OVER $16,000 and was a major hit that we look forward to repeating. We are asking EVERYONE to consider donating something to the auction. The laughs were the best of the event and still talked about a year later. Please help to support this incredible event and be prepared for neverending laughter. A fish fry prepared and served for you by the Shriners will begin at 6 p.m. before the auction. The auction starts at 7 p.m.


June 4th Ride To Heritage Indian Rogers, AR

We roll out for Heritage Indian in Rogers, AR. at 10 a.m. for a day at one of Indian’s newest dealers. Once in Rogers the dealership has lunch waiting for you and a tour of their new dealership. Riders return to Indian Point leaving Rogers, AR at 4 p.m. There is no charge for the meal. Just show up and have fun.

At 8 p.m. hijinx returns with Flucke’s Jammin’ Jeopardy. Teams will be announced the night of the game. 


June 5th Breakfast – Free Day – Dinner

Guests will start the day with a hearty home cooked breakfast from Hunter’s Friend featuring EVERYTHING. We serve from 8 to 10 a.m. and the meal is included in the price of your registration. If it is a breakfast item, we will have it. 

Following breakfast there will be a free financial planning class from Chris Lee a CFP. This class is open to everyone who is interested to hear from an expert on increasing your own personal wealth.

Starting at 12 p.m. we will have the Dr. Mark Stanley bike show with group photos to follow. We will also have bonus awards for the Top 10 provided by Charles Kelly. Friday evening, you need to rally back here at the resort for a free evening meal provided by the Cottage Resort.


June 6th – Broken Heart Day

We wrap up IRIP 12 and say goodbye to all of our lifelong friends as well as the new ones we made. We thank you and appreciate the effort you have made to come here and vacation with us and will miss you all.

 

 

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