Welcome to the Boston Area Motorcycle Riders (or BAMR for short). If you're looking for a fun group of all ages, genders and cultures... , By membership vote we do not allow trikes or CAN AMs'.
BAMR has lots of planned rides on the calendar and plenty of pickup rides, in addition off season events... a group open to both recent and seasoned riders... then perhaps BAMR is the riding group for you.
BAMR gets around Take a look at our calendar and you'll see we average over 60 rides a year! From your backyard to Caribou ME, Quebec and Tail of Dragon
BAMR emphasizes safety. We schedule rides for all experience levels and we are the only group (that we know of) conducting monthly rides specifically for those who have never ridden in a group. We want our members to feel relaxed and safe and discourage any stunts or "trick" riding. As much as we love to avoid highways, some rides require us to use them. If your bike is not "highway compatible" you may want to skip any ride that's noted as such.
BAMR is not a club (no meetings, no elections) The dues help to cover fees that meetup.com charges. The group is run by volunteers and you are welcome to help out or simply come along for the rides.
THIS IS NOT A DATING SITE, it is purely for owners of bikes who like to ride
DISCLAIMER: By joining this group I acknowledge that motorcycle related activities are dangerous and that accidents causing death, bodily injury, disability and property damage, can, and do happen. I acknowledge that I have motorcycle insurance coverage as required by Massachusetts state laws. I acknowledge that I am responsible for my own actions and behaviors while riding a motorcycle within the group.
NOTE: We do have a few message areas open to the public Click on "Discussions" above and message board to see them. This is a bug with meetup.com
New members must be approved by the Organizer
Content of this Meetup Group is only visible to members
Sunday, January 11, 2015 12:00 PM
Refunds are not offered for this Meetup.
I decided to start Reno Motorcycle Riders Group because I wanted to be part of a group of people who enjoyed my passion... I was excited and nervous. Our group has grown by leaps and bounds. I never thought it would be this big.
— Henry, started Reno Motorcycle Riders