The Washington State BMW Riders club (WSBMWR) was formed in 1972, and has grown from its original four charter members to today's roster of 260 households, many with two or more riders.
WSBMWR is a charter member of three national organizations: the BMW Motorcycle Owners of America (MOA Chapter 104),
the BMW Riders Association (RA Chapter 101) and American Motorcyclist Association (AMA Club Charter No. 2845).
The club is the oldest chartered BMW motorcycle club in the state of Washington, with members residing in Washington, British
Columbia, Idaho, Northern California, and Oregon. Come Ride with Us!
If you have never been a member, you can become one for your first year at no charge, just by buying either a new or used
BMW Motorcycle from these dealers:
MARCH 19, 2015
Where:Ride West BMW
8100 Lake City Way NE
Seattle, Washington 98115
When:Thursday, March 19 - 7pm-9pm
BestRest Product’s Northwest Passage Adventure Route is an off-road dual-sport motorcycle route that runs from the Puget Sound area of Washington, eastward to Stevens Pass, then north to the eastern side of the Pasayten Wilderness. It then goes eastward along the Canadian border, entering into Idaho around Priest Lake, then eastward into northwestern Montana, where it finally connect with the northern terminus of the Continental Divide Route. The NWP is normally ridden as loop, starting in the Seattle area and returning to the Seattle area, but it can also be a one-way trail depending on your travel plans.
Learn all about the Northwest Passage Adventure Route from Mr. BestRest himself!
Presented by David Petersen
Doors open at 6:30pm. Event starts at 7pm.
$10 per person. Call (206) 527-5511 to purchase tickets.
Pizza and beverages available.