Montana BMW Riders - Riding for sheer pleasure,
                                                                                 and possibly a little competition.

Can you dirt riding skills use a refresher course?  We're bringing in Fran Tully from Utah to teach a 2-day clinic in Missoula.  It is the weekend of July 8-9 and the cost is $340.  Please use this link to sign up:  http://dualsportschool.com/product/2-day-adv-skills-mt-july-8-9-2017/  Minimum number is 7.  Maximum students is 12.
This Link takes you to our Forum, where you can ask and answer questions in the company of your fellow riders.
Always dreamed of being an escort?  Sorry, not that kind.  A motorcycle escort, for bicyclists.  You have an upcoming opportunity in June.  The TOSRV two day adventure from Missoula to Big Fork and back.  See the Ride Schedule for dates, details and contact info.

The Dinner Bell restaurant in Gold Creek is hosting our club on Thursday June 22. You're invited!  Please RSVP to Chuck by May 22.  reavesrealtymt@gmail.com  Visit their web site HERE

The 2017 version of our Cafe To Cafe contest returns!  See left menu.

Representative Jean Price (D-Great Falls) introduced HB 503 in the MT legislature on February 17 which would make mandatory the use of helmets by riders on public roadways.  On February 20 the bill had a hearing before the House Judiciary Committee.  
Update:  On 02/21/17 the bill was Tabled in Committee.  i.e. consideration of the bill is suspended indefinitely.
State Sen. Russel Tempel (R-Chester) has introduced a bill (SB 134) in the Montana legislature that would authorize lane-splitting practices in the state.  A hearing on the bill comes before the Senate Highways and Transportation Committee 01/26/17.  Stay tuned.
Update:  On 01/31/17 SB 134 was Tabled in Committee.  i.e. It's likely dead.

Tech Sessions were held @ Big Sky BMW
Saturday 1/28, 10AM - Gayle discussed helmet types, fitting etc.
Saturday 2/04, 10AM - Mechanic Andy presented on a plethora of motorcycle topics and stuff riders should know.
After changing the oil on my GS I hop on for a 1 block ride before checking the oil level.  No helmet, no gloves.  And it just feels wrong. Because I'm a 'All The Gear All The Time' rider.  Are you an ATGATT? Think maybe you should be?  Read this article for inspiration.

 as of 5/1/17

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