On April 20, 2019, IARGMN, along with The Polaris Foundation and the 2019 Spring Flood Run will be drawing a winner for the Spring Flood Run Raffle.
This spring we are privileged to give away a 2019 Black Indian Scout with a MSRP of $11,999!
All of the proceeds from this raffle will be donated to the Minnesota 501c3 charity Operation: 23-0. We are very proud to be able to partner up with Operation: 23-0 for this spring’s raffle. Operation:23-0 is an effort to curb the massive rates of veteran and military suicides through awareness and providing a network of fellow military members to connect with for help and support. Your purchase of these raffle tickets will help in providing opportunities for people to come together in comfortable settings and meet other similarly minded individuals ranging from Vietnam era vets all the way up to OIF/OEF vets.
The raffle drawing will take place at 7pm on April 20, 2019 at:
The Beach Bar
2030 St Croix Trail S
Lake St Croix Beach, MN 55043.
Only 2,000 raffle tickets will be sold and they are only $20 each. You can purchase these raffle tickets at the following locations:
Bison Thunder Motorcycle
5358 Quam Cir NE
St. Michael, MN 55376
Bison Thunder Motorcycle (St. Paul)
2967 Hudson Rd
Oakdale, MN 55128
Simply Street Bikes
7550 Washington Ave S
Eden Prairie, MN 55344
430 1st Ave E
Cambridge, MN 55008
The Beach Bar
2030 St Croix Tr S
Lake St Croix Beach, MN 55043
Bob’s Cycle Supply
65 W Viking Drive
St. Paul, MN 55117
Tickets will also be available at IARGMN’s monthly member meeting on Saturday, March 9, 2019, 1030am, being held at Simply Street Bikes.
We will be adding more places of where you can purchase the raffle tickets soon.
Need not be present to win. Winner will be notified via phone call if not present. Winner is responsible for any and all taxes and/or fees.
Congratulations to IARGMN member Ernie Owens for taking 1st place in Custom Retro Class at this years International Motorcycle Show!
Ernie won with his meticulously restored 1940 Indian 4 Cylinder!
IARGMN is proud to announce that we will be running the raffle for a Thunder Black Indian Scout at the 2019 Spring Flood Run!
This raffle is going to support the Minnesota based 501(c)3 charity Operation: 23-0
For more information, check out our raffle page on this website, or click here.
As we close down 2018 and start to look forward to next year, we wanted to take this time to reflect on this last riding year.
We started this year out with a bang! We had a booth set up at the Donnie Smith Motorcycle Show in March. It was a real fun event and meeting so many new faces was a real pleasure! With the added help of Ernie’s awesome classic bike to help draw people in, our outreach to the riding community was outstanding.
In April, we teamed up with the Polaris Foundation to help with the running of the Spring Flood Run. Was a brisk day and turnout was a little light since we had that snowstorm about 5 days before the run, but the roads were clear and the ride went off without a hitch!
This is when we started up our riding season with organized rides each Sunday. Our rides took us all over Minnesota and Wisconsin and on routes that were both fun and beautiful. Each week was something different and our members enjoyed them!
In late June, IARGMN partnered with The Angel Foundation of Minnesota and organized the 1st Annual Angel Run. This was a ride where 100% of the proceeds went directly to The Angel Foundation of Minnesota. The ride started in St. Paul and took us up to Franconia Sculpture Park. 87 bikes took part in this inaugural ride with consistent feedback about how well it was ran and how they are looking forward to making this an annual tradition.
In July the group did an overnight trip to Duluth. I heard some shenanigans were afoot and good times were had. Everyone who took part raved about how enjoyable the trip was and are looking forward to going again next year!
The Fall Flood Run was in September and once again IARGMN partnered with the Polaris Foundation to help run it. Also, IARG ran a dollar raffle with 100% of the proceeds going directly to Soldier’s-6 to help them with their mission of providing service dogs to law enforcement and veterans who are in need of that service!
All in all, it was a great year and we can not wait for 2019’s riding season to start at the Spring Flood Run.
For more information on joining this charity supporting rider’s group, send us a message in the contact page!