What we're about

Looking for a SAFE club to ride with? RMMRC is a BMW club (MOA #321 since 2004) and exploring becoming an official Honda Riders Club of America. We are Harley Davidson friendly (but not too loud 😎), welcome all brands of bikes and SAFE RESPONSIBLE RIDERS. We average about 5 to 20+ people on group rides (on larger rides we break up into groups of 4-6), and 20 to 35 people at meetings and dinners. Historically we have been a club that takes longer multi-day, or even multi-week rides, and this includes some international tours. 🌎

We have an active season planned for 2020. We are now offering regular SUNDAY MORNING BRUNCH RIDES. This gives the working folks a weekend option. We will still meet once a month on Wednesday’s at 🥞 The Original Pancake House- DTC for day rides, and the first Thursday evening of the month is our regular club meeting at 🍇 Piccolo’s Restaurant. We have at least 1 overnight and 1 multi-night ride per month from May through October. We’re still working on getting a half dozen more Saturday rides together. The ladies like the annual Ice Cream ride. And some weekenders like the Annual Fall Colors overnight ride to Steamboat Springs.

If you are looking to take an active part in a real club, there is opportunity here for you to help shape it into what you want from a club! Approved Event Organizers manage their own rides however they want, with only a few basic rules. Be nice to each other. Please avoid controversial subjects like politics and religion. Helmets are required on all rides. No drinking or drugs during club rides, but we are not prudes... Some members like to imbibe AFTER the bikes are parked for the evening. 🍺 🍷 🥃

💰 Our membership dues are very reasonable for a non-profit corporation, with a City of Denver business license. We are a BMW Motorcycle Owners of America Charter Member. It does cost a little bit to run the club. $12 per year for membership. If you want to be a less active member this makes it very affordable for you to only go to a couple/few meetings, dinners, events, or rides per year, but still belong to a legal and well organized club of Responsible Riders. Indeed many members make new friends and do plenty of side rides with them. Just more options for people who love to ride... ❤️❤️❤️ with people who love to ride! We don’t care what brand of motorcycle you prefer, or if you are a member with other clubs.

For only A DOLLAR A MONTH you can belong to an active well run club where SAFETY IS ALWAYS NUMBER ONE!

⚖️ LEGAL STUFF. By joining this club, or exploring a FREE 30 Day TRIAL MEMBERSHIP, you understand that motorcycling can be dangerous and you voluntarily accept this risk. Every member, or Trial Member, is required to have their own current insurance. Helmets are required on all club rides. Be safe out there. 👍

Mailing address- RMMRC c/o Robert Kelley 8700 E. Jefferson Av. PO Box 371666 Denver, CO 80237

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🌲 Colorado Cruise 🐏

Phillips 66

It’s Officially A Go! RIDE ALONG with folks who love to ride... with folks who love to ride! Tour Some of Colorado’s Most Scenic and Fun Motorcycle Roads! Day 1. Saturday, June 6th. Destination- Grand Junction. 256 miles. We’ll travel through Evergreen and over Squaw Pass to breakfast in Idaho Springs. After breakfast we’ll take I-70 over Vail Pass, through Glenwood Canyon, and on to Grand Junction for the night. HOTEL; Econo Lodge, 751 Horizon Drive,[masked]. (Feel free to stay where ever you want) There is a restaurant next door to the Econo Lodge. Day 2. Sunday, June 7th. Destination- Ouray. 214 miles. Cruise through the Colorado National Monument via the I-70 entrance, exit on US Route 50 to State Route 141 through Gateway, Delores Canyon, Nucla, then State Route 145 through Norwood, State Route 62 to Ridgeway, and US Route 550 to spend the night in historic Ouray. HOTELS; Matterhorn Inn, 201 6th Av. [masked]. Or St. Elmo Hotel, 426 Main St. [masked]. The Ouray Hotels book up so make your reservations NOW. No, seriously. This is the critical reservation of the whole trip. You can always cancel it. Day 3. Monday, June 8th. Destination- Gunnison. 297 miles. We’ll take US Route 550 over the Million Dollar Highway to Silverton, then to Durango for brunch at the historic General Palmer Hotel at 567 Main St. We’ll ride US Route 160 through Bayfield, past Chimney Rock, through Pagosa Springs, over Wolf Creek Pass to South Fork, take State Route 149 through Creed, over Slumgullion Pass, through Lake City, to US Route 50 to Gunnison for the night. HOTELS; Days Inn by Wyndham, 701 W. Highway 50,[masked]. Or the Rodeway Inn, 37760 W. US Highway 50,[masked]. Day 4. Tuesday, June 9th. Destination- Homeward Bound. 219. Miles. Ride US Route 59 through Salida and follow the Colorado River, then State Route 9 to CR 11, to US Route 24, to Woodland Park, State Route 67 & CR 126 to US 285 and back to Denver. A Splendid Time Will Be Had By All! For a PDF file of this ride (includes daily maps) to print out for your group or club, contact Robert Kelley, [masked]. Bucket List Tour and Mississippi River Ride also available on PDF’s.

Classic Bike Invitational Ride

McDonald's

A special invitation to classic bikes over 20 years old (but all types and brands are welcome). Please do RSVP. We are hoping for a good Classic Bike turnout though. Let’s take Deer Creek Canyon and back roads into the twisties of Conifer and Evergreen, then end up at Lookout Mountain. Helmets are required on all Club rides. Please have a full tank of gas. Bring lunch or a snack and something to drink. We’ll take a lunch break along the way. KSU 11:15am Invite a friend!

🥞 Breakfast at The Original Pancake House-DTC

8000 E Belleview Ave

Meet for breakfast at 10AM, and/or if the weather is good, for the ride at 10:45AM. KSU 11AM. Please come with a full tank of gas. Helmets are required on club rides.

🍳🥓 Sunday Brunch Ride 🍩☕️

Performance Cycle Of Colorado

NEW! This ride repeats every month through October. Meet at Performance Cycle, decide where to have brunch, and where to ride afterwards. Please come with a full tank of gas. Helmets are required on club rides.

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