BMW Motorcycle Club ACT
Official BMW Club
About the Club
The BMW Motorcycle Club ACT (1981) has a mix of social events as well as short, day, overnight and multi-day rides that cater for beginner to experienced TS (road) and GS (gravel / dirt) rider and pillion as well as the occasional more challenging ride. We welcome new members or why not join us as a visitor to an event.
You do not have to own a BMW motorcycle to join the Club with many members owning more than one BMW along with other makes, model, age and style of motorcycle.
Club General Meetings, Rides and Social event details are on What's On that has the most up to date information. Non-binding registrants will get emails of late changes to events otherwise check here before leaving home.
The Club hosts the annual Kosciuszko Rally on the second weekend in October at Geehi in Kosciuszko National Park. With support from rallyists in 2020 the Club donated $1500 to the Royal Doctor Flying Service.
Financial members get automated event reminder emails and access to member only information. So why not Join Us.
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Leaving the BMWMCCACT webpage.
Risk Statement. Club Members and public participate in BMWMCCACT Inc (Club) events at their own risk. The Club is not liable for any injury, loss or harm to anyone or anything by a participant in, on or at a Club event. Always ride within your skill limit and remember your riding style ian impact other road users.
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We hope you enjoy these pictures from recent Club rides and events that members attended.
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Participants in BMW Motorcycle Club Incorporated (BMWMCCACT, the Club) activities do so at their own risk as is obeying the law. The Club, Committee and members are not responsible for personal injury or loss arising from or through any Club activity. Remember your riding style impacts on the enjoyment and safety of other road users.