Cass, WV Rally, May 24 - 27 Mountaineer BMW Riders
Come join the Mountaineer BMW Riders at the 2019 BMW Cass Rally from Friday May 24th through Monday May 27th. Some details here
Boyer Motel and Campground, Route 1 Box 51-B, Arbovale, West Virginia 24915.
See our Forum thread here
Area attractions: Cass Scenic Railroad (steam train ride), Green Bank Radio Observatory (tours), Spruce Knob (highest point in the Mountain State), Seneca Rocks (rock climbing and spelunking) - all linked by the excellent motorcycle roads whether it be on the pavement or dirt. Because of the radio observatory, the entire valley is radio emission free (meaning no cell phone signals). Boyer Motel Lat: 38�29'26.6" N / Lon: 79�48'5.0" W Hermitage Motel Lat: 38�32'23.1" N / Lon: 79�46'29.4" W
June 13 - 16 BMW MOA National Rally, Lebanon, TN
Join your fellow 4 Windzers at the BMW national "family reunion" near Nashville, TN. We are renting a large tent and have club camping area reserved. Of course, hotels and motels are nearby. Keep an eye on our Forum for rally talk ...
Event details here. and in your MOA magazines. Volunteers run the whole rally - so sign up and help out! Pre-registration discount deadline May 31st.
Location: Lebanon, Tennessee, at the James E. Ward Agricultural and Community Center/Wilson County Exposition Center -- 945 E Baddour Pkwy, Lebanon, TN 37087. Phone (615) 449-9077
July 12 - 14 BMW MOA Poconos Getaway
Pocono Manor Resort, 1 Manor Drive, Pocono Manor, Pennsylvania 18349 Phone: (570) 839-7111 MOA Contact: (864) 438-0962 Event Details HERE
MOA Getaways are hotel/resort based events for those who enjoy riding our Beemers to faraway places but don't camp. Some call these events rallies, but with crowds of less than 100 and a sense of exploration, this isn't the traditional motorcycle rally. The locations vary, but the concepts are the same - great roads, great food and great bikes.
April President's Corner & Mtg. Minutes
The meeting at Skyvue Restaurant and Lounge did not work out well. They opened late and had misinformed me about the facilities for a presentation. We were told we would have a buffet and then it was order from the menu. The service was very slow, the waitress put everything on one bill for about $210, so we had to figure it out ourselves.
All of this is to simply illustrate the difficulty of getting a restaurant to serve 25-35 people, order from the menu, pay with separate checks while tying up their banquet room on a Saturday for lunch. If you have a local restaurant that you like and think they may be interested in hosting a club meeting in a private, quiet area with no room fee or high minimum dollar order or number of people requirement, please check with them and let Adrian and me know . . . Cont'd. on the Newsletters page here.
Feb. Banquet Photos, Minutes & Prez' Corner
The February President's Corner and Minutes, including the Bylaws Update vote are HERE. As always, published under the Newsletters menu tab. Check your smiling selves out, or see what you missed, in the Banqet Photo gallery here.