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...
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Dues are $20 per year. Join or renew easily online with a credit card. Membership is due January 1, is delinquent after March 31, and includes an annual rally discount, rides, picnic, monthly newsletter, and...
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The Club meets on the 4th Monday of the month at Pegah’s Restaurant in Lenexa. The meeting starts at 6:00 pm but come early, order dinner, and catch up with friends old and new.  ...
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Ride To Schatzi’s May 4th

Ride with Ed Habermier to Riley KS for some REAL German authentic food!
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New KCBMWMC Club Caps Available NOW!

Two colors - charcoal gray and khaki with club logo on front and KCBMWMC on back Hats can be delivered...
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RIde to Freemans Smokehouse April 20th

See flyer attached Please RSVP to Scooterlandbill@gmail.com Rain or Shine, RIde or Drive Lunch at 1:30pm
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Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

MOA National News

U.S. Rider Academy’s On-Road Alpine European Tour – September 2024!

Imagine an eight-day trip—with six riding days—through Germany, Austria, Slovenia and Italy, all organized and led by the U.S. Rider Academy! The tour package includes...
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BMW brings push-button shifting to motorcycles

With the new Automated Shift Assistant (ASA), BMW Motorrad presents an innovative technical solution that makes riding simpler and more comfortable. True to the motto...
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Ridin’ to Redmond

  MOA's national rally is just around the corner! click image for rally website  
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Motorcycle Revival at Duke University

Photos by Bill Snead Perhaps there’s a little moto-cultural myopia going on that causes us to consider “motorcycle training” as something that only involves actually...
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