The Kansas City BMW Motorcycle Club is a voluntary association of individuals interested in BMW motorcycles. The purpose of the Club is to promote the enjoyment of owning and riding BMW motorcycles, and to promote the use of BMW motorcycles for recreational and other purposes by the members.
Did you know that Idaho has over 30,000 miles of dirt and two-track roads? This makes our state the ideal place to own and ride a dual sport motorcycle. It's possible to traverse the state of Idaho from the Nevada state line to the Canadian border while keeping your wheels almost entirely in the dirt. That's over 1100 miles of adventure! It's no mystery why people in the know refer to Idaho as a mecca for adventure motorcyclists.
Street Address:3655 E Fountain Blvd,Colorado SpringsCO,80910USA
3. Exit Tours Motorcycle Club
Riding Styles:Adventure Riding Motorcycle Types:Dirtbike,
Exit Tours Motorcycle Clubis called Exit Tours because it is based in Salida, Colorado where the Arkansas River ‘Exits the mountains and because Salida means ‘Exit in Spanish. ‘Tours because we tour the mountains.
PMMC became an AMA chartered club in 1970, and is one of the oldest chartered clubs in the South. The club sponsors events sanctioned by the AMA, SERA (Southern Enduro Riders Association), SE&TRA (Southeastern Enduro and Trailriders Association) and NEPG (National Enduro Promotions Group), as well as local events.
The Big Bear Trail Riders is a dual-sport motorcycle club based near Big Bear Lake, in the heart of Southern California's San Bernardino National Forest. We've been exploring the dirt roads and single-track trails of the surrounding areas since the 1980's.
The Hayward Motorcycle Club was started in 1946 and ran the first Cowbell enduro same year. We meet once a month in Castro Valley to discuss new agenda, plan family rides and talk motorcycle shop. If you like to have fun riding with the family, if you want to get started in racing cross country or enduros, if you like dual sport rides, if you want to find people to ride with, we have members that enjoy one or all of these.
The Brushpoppers Motorcycle Club was established by a small group of like minded motorcycle enthusiasts from the Morrison Illinois area in 1969. A charter member of the American Motorcyclist Association and the AMA District 17 Club Council ever since, the groups focus then and still today is to promote motorcycle events, awareness and support local community organizations.
CTR is northern Arizona’s off-road singletrack trail and enduro riding connection. We also welcome members from the motocross and dual-sport “adventure touring” communities. With monthly group rides, BBQs, and trail volunteer days, if you’re riding in northern Arizona, look no further than CTR for a group of passionate riders.
The Cycle Conservation Club of Vermont is a membership organization made up of recreational motorcyclists who have come together to ensure the preservation and development of recreational off-road trail riding opportunities in Vermont. Our members recognize and value motorcycle trail riding as both a historical land use activity as well as a contemporary family activity, deserving of legal opportunity and standing. Our members believe that through adequate and equal opportunity, combined with proper management techniques, any and all environmental or social concerns can be mitigated and managed.
Love to ride? So do we! We are a group of riders who tend to spend all day in the dirt when we can, but can also ride on the road to get to the fun. Whether you have a big 1200 Adventure bike, or a street legal 450, you're in for a great ride! San Diego and Southern California are great places to ride, almost always sunny, with plenty of desert, mountains, beach, and even south of the border adventure. We promote safe and responsible riding, while following the Tread Lightly philosophy to preserve the outdoor treasures we all share.
Based in the Upper Ojai Valley, we consider our home turf to include Ventura, Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo and Los Angeles counties. Although we mainly ride in these areas, we also like to head out to other parts of the USA and some further flung places like Baja, Mexico, Thailand and South Africa. We really do like riding big-bore, multi-cylinder dual-sport adventure motorcycles like the BMW GS, but we also know that any type of riding style or model can be the basis for some serious adventure. With that in mind, we’d like to invite riders of all styles and machines.
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