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  • 06 Jan 2017 9:45 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The BMW Club of Northern California is holding our Annual Tech Day at Greg Hutchinson's shop Airhead Adventures in Redwood City, January 21, 10:00 AM!

    We will be focusing on the following topics.

    • General Maintenance
    • On Road Diagnostics/Repair
    • Tire Change
    • Emergency Tire Repair and Q and A

    Snacks and beverages will be provided.  If you have any questions or suggestions/requests for this event, please email Chris Dailey at safetytech@bmwnorcal.org. 

    Please register by 1/19/17!

    Register
  • 17 Dec 2016 10:32 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    MOA International Rally

    July 13 – 15, 2017

    Salt Lake City, UT

    The BMW Motorcycle Club of Northern California has secured forty tent spaces at the MOA Rally in Salt Lake City in the chartered club area. We will have a canopy, display our club logo, and provide refreshments to members.

    There will be no cost to our membership for a tent space.  However, there is a registration fee charged by the MOA each attendee is required to pay upon entry to the event venue.

    We will need a head count in order to assign tent spaces. If there are more members that want to attend we might be able to increase the size of our camping area.  Please register today to secure your space!

    Please contact Fred Montano if you have any questions!

    Register


  • 31 Aug 2016 8:47 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    If you can make this one, great, if not, no problem, there will be many opportunities to help out. 


    If this is your first time to  volunteer you must view the Caltrans safety DVD for participants, which you can download from adopt-a-highway-dot-ca-gov


    When the page opens there is a section in the lower left column under Safety DVD.  You want the second and last one, “For all Participants.”  It is a 15 minute video and takes a while to download.  So an easy alternative is to view it here by clicking here on YouTube!  Whichever one you view, just make sure it is Part Two.


    We will meet at Scrambl’z Diner, 775 E. Dunn Ave. in Morgan Hill.  I will conduct a quick safety briefing and hand out PPE (personal protective equipment) in the parking lot at 9am.  If you want to eat or drink prior to that, arrive earlier.  You will need to wear long pants and footwear with ankle support as shown in the video.  


    You may wish to bring water.   Those of you coming from a certain area (i.e. East bay) may wish to carpool.  I will be coming from San Jose and can take four people if anyone wants to ride with me.  We will be leaving most of our vehicles in the parking lot of Scramble’s and taking as few vehicle to the highway as needed.  


    Please “register” if you plan to attend.  No need to contact me if you’re not going to make it.  And of course, email me if you have any questions at edwardperryt@yahoo.com 


    Register


  • 22 Aug 2016 6:57 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


     
    The start of the Range of Light Gypsy Tour is just about 10 days away.  To guarantee you'll receive meals on Saturday and Sunday nights, please complete and pay for your registration by this Friday, August 26th. There are only 25 remaining tickets available so register NOW if you want to ride the ROL in 2016!


  • 20 Aug 2016 9:16 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    There are just 34 spots remaining for the Range of Light Gypsy Tour 2016! If you plan to attend please register today, space is limited to the first 200 riders!  Registration fees are $100 and include 3 nights of camping, 2 meals and you'll be eligible to win $1000's of $ in raffle giveaways and poker run prizes!  Visit the ROL page on this website for complete details and if you have any questions, email the ROL Chair!


  • 11 Aug 2016 9:05 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    We were saddened to learn of the death of one our members on July 22, 2016, Neil Talbert.   Neil was a retired Lance Cpl. Cornelius “Neil” Talbert, 69, of the U.S. Marine Corps was struck and killed by a car Friday while riding his motorcycle south on Highway 17 near Redwood Estates.  Neil was an avid BMW motorcycle enthusiast and a 10+ year member of the BMW Club of Northern California.  Memorial services will held tomorrow, Friday, August 12, 2016, at the Oakwood Chapel, 3301 Paul Sweet Road, Santa Cruz.  Neil's obituary was recently published in the Santa Cruz Sentinel.


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