Since the BMW Club was founded in 1951 it has grown from a
small gathering of BMW Motorcycle enthusiasts, to be one of
the largest independent single-make motorcycle clubs in the
World. With a total membership of over 6500, comprising people
of all ages, from all walks of life, with every age and model
of BMW motorcycle, it is also the second largest motorcycle
club in Great Britain and Ireland, with only the Vintage MCC
Size alone is meaningless unless it coincides with services, and in this respect, few other motorcycle clubs can match the efforts of the BMW Club. Every month, the club publishes "The Journal", a 70-80 page colour magazine which lists 50 or more events that can be enjoyed by all of its membership, and which also contains a wealth of technical, leisure and social information, including BMW motorcycle-related for sale and wanted ads, readers letters, event reports, members discounts, and other news.
The BMW Club is more than just a motorcycle club. For many it is a way of life, and for others it has opened up a whole new social world. It has been responsible for bringing together lots of different people, which has resulted in many life-long friendships and quite a few marriages along the way!
Our members organise and take part in a whole variety of events from Sunday lunch meets to international tours, including runs, off-road and track days, picnics and barbecues, camping and hotel weekends, talks and video shows, bring & buy sales, technical demonstrations, competitions and quizzes, and many other social events.
The club also maintains a library of past journals, articles, photographs, etc and boasts a very extensive range of tools available for members to hire.
The aims of The BMW Club are to promote interest in BMW motorcycling in the British Isles, and to foster international brotherhood through ownership of BMW motorcycles.
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