Roger Bourget Drifting On The Bagger Side.

Anticipation, adaptation and diversification are necessary in any free market economy. Even more so when motorcycle demographics are changing radically in a context of a country in state of financial stress. So, very aware of the aging of the population, Roger Bourget created the Bagger Group Inc. dedicated to fill the need for more comfortable custom motorcycles to be ridden by baby boomers. Since 3/4 years one-off and production baggers fill up more space on the custom motorcycle scene and the Bagger Group is trying to find its own place. Hence a new model called the Drifter Bagger shown here and that bikers in Arizona will be able to test ride during 2 demo days held June 19/20 in Phoenix (Bourget headquarter). This new Bagger uses an S&S X-Wedge engine mixed with a 6-speed transmission. The bike is 50-state legal and is currently undergoing testing to assure it is also legal in Canada. Those attending the event will be able to ride it and see the prototype of a new Bagger model called Entourage. Factory tours and the opportunity to meet Roger Bourget will also be available. Make your reservation by emailing to:

8 Responses to “Roger Bourget Drifting On The Bagger Side.”

  1. 1 Donnie Jun 10th, 2008 at 5:28 pm

    It’s the new bagger shown without the bags. A naked Dresser.

  2. 2 DJ CHOPPER GOD Jun 11th, 2008 at 4:01 am

    Buy a Volvo!!! p.s. just joking

  3. 3 Fausto Simoes Jun 11th, 2008 at 7:06 am

    I was thinking that instead of baggers and trailers it would be really cool to have a self-propelled robotic drone vehicle that followed you around and carried all of your stuff. This way you could enjoy riding around without having to carry anything on your bike and without having anything actually attached to your bike. You could even have the refrigerated version so your beverages (like beer for example) would remain cold.

    Maybe some of the people reading this might have some other ideas how this drone type vehicle would be useful….

  4. 4 burnout Jun 11th, 2008 at 10:15 am

    robotic drone……………I like the idea. As long as it would be cheaper than having a non-rider following in a “support vehicle” peace

  5. 5 Icy Jun 11th, 2008 at 7:29 pm

    Bourget Bike Works needs to take care of all his bikes that are broke down before he attempts to expand with a bagger. Isn’t his true broke down BBW’S riders ?

  6. 6 Genodeluxe Jun 16th, 2008 at 10:08 am

    snore snore zzzzzzzzzzz

  7. 7 Biker Bob Jun 24th, 2008 at 8:10 am

    looks something like an old Victory-Ultra mix.


  8. 8 BigNorm Dec 10th, 2008 at 1:56 pm

    Looks awful, BDM should stick to non-bagger market with good range of extras for existing models. Where the hell do you find exhausts, belt drives etc for BDM bikes?

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