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Looking for a SAFE Club to ride with? One that’s not TOO BIG or too small? RMMRC is a BMW club (MOA #321 since 2004) with a lot of Honda riders, and are Harley Davidson friendly (but not too loud 😎) We 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 meet once a month on Wednesday’s at 🥞 The Original Pancake House- DTC for day rides, and once a month on Sundays for a Brunch Ride. The first Thursday evening of the month has been our regular club meeting, but because of the Coronavirus we haven’t had one in a while. We aim to have at least 1 overnight and 1 multi-night ride per month from May through October. Event Organizers can post Imptomptu Rides anytime.

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. Be safe. 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. We are a BMW Motorcycle Owners of America Charter Member. It does cost a little bit to run the club, and a few people to lend a helping hand. $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 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. 👍

Upcoming events (4)

Carhenge and Grasslands Ride

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This proposed ride begins at Sam's #3 2580 S Havana and ends with an over-night stay in Lewellen, NE.

Ride Leader: Bud Pacotti
Date: 22-23 May 2021
Meet time: 7:30 AM
KSU: 7:45 AM
Route: I suggest we all start with full tanks. We are planning on heading north on I-225 to I-70 East in order to catch Highway 36 in Byers. Take Highway 36 east to Hwy 71 and go north through Brush and get gas (115 miles). Then on to Kimball, and on to Scottsbluff. Take a short excursion (rest stop) to see the overlook on the bluff and have lunch at the Log Cabin Restaurant. Then fuel (125 miles) in Scottsbluff Take Highway 26/62A to Highway 385 then north to Alliance and Carhenge. Suggest topping tanks off in Alliance (80 miles) then Return to Highway 26 and head east 96 miles to Lewellen for the night.
Lewellen Lodge and Living

Hotel is fully booked 🤔

Dinner in town at the Blind Goose.
Departure: In the morning head east on Highway 92 to the dam at Lake McConaughy. Cross the dam to Ogallala and home on I-80/I-76.

West Slope Motorcycle Show

Phillips 66

This two-day ride will originate at the Phillips 66 gas station in Morrison. We'll ride on Hwy 285 to Hwy 50 over Monarch Pass and to Gunnison for lunch, go by Blue Mesa Reservoir to hwy 92, thru Hotchkiss then down to Montrose (309 miles) where we will stay overnight.

Saturday morning we'll attend the Western Colorado "Unknown Motorcycle Show'' in Cerise Park, get some lunch from the vendors, and continue our ride up to Delta to catch Hwy 133 over McClure Pass.

We'll connect with Hwy 82 in Carbondale and take it to Glenwood Springs, where we will return to Denver via I-70 (266 miles).

Lodging details to follow.

See website: https://www.westerncovintage.com/
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Facebook Page: West Slope Motorcycle Show

49th Annual Top O' The Rockies Rally (BMW Motorcycle Club of Colorado)

The Top O’ The Rockies Rally is the go-to event of the summer. The entire event takes place within the beautifully maintained City Park of historic Paonia, Colorado. Camp on the grass under large shade trees and you will find all rally activities, outdoors and indoors, just feet away. Fill your days with world-class paved or dual sport riding opportunities starting in any direction from Paonia. Evenings are comfortably cool and the beer garden in the park is the perfect place to gather and meet up with friends new and old. There are on-site food and entertainment and downtown restaurants are a short 3-block walk away.

Planning a really memorable riding vacation? In 2019, riders came from 37 states and 6 Canadian Provinces. If you haven’t been to this rally before, just ask your friends about it.

See website for details: https://bmwmcc.org/top-o-the-rockies-rally/

53rd Annual Golden Aspen Motorcycle Rally

Ruidoso

September 15-19, 2021
Both the Aspen Cash and Golden Aspen Motorcycle rallies are a tradition here in majestic Ruidoso, New Mexico.

53rd Annual Golden Aspen Motorcycle Rally is coming up

September 2021 at the Ruidoso Downs Racetrack & Casino!

Unfortunately, we couldn't hold our 2020 rally, but we're looking forward to getting back to it in 2021!

We had over 20,000 people at our 50th, and we're hoping to break a record for #53.
Please make plans to join us!

See website for details: https://motorcyclerally.com/

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Motorcycle Racing at High Plains Raceway

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