Welcome to Carolinas BMW Motorcycle Owners Association

We are a club of motorcycle enthusiasts who enjoy social activities and riding adventures.  We are open to all brands of motorcycles including Triumph, Ducati, and other European brands. Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki, Kawasaki, and all Japanese brands.  Harley and all American rides.

We are officially sanctioned by BMW Motorcycle Owners Association as number 220 and the BMW Riders Association number 98. We are also associated with the American Motorcycle Association.

The club was originally founded in 1980 as a general interest motorcycle club and has always been based in Charlotte, NC to serve members in NC, SC and elsewhere in the southeast region.While we generally ride BMW motorcycles, all brands of motorcycles have always been represented and always welcomed!

Come Join Us!

We meet for breakfast twice a month on second Saturday and fourth Sunday mornings, from 8:30 am to 10:30 am for breakfast at the Light Rail Restaurant, 8045 South Blvd, Charlotte, NC.  We eat a hearty breakfast, kick tires, tell riding stories and usually go for informal rides. Rides happens all year round, weather permitting.  You don’t need to be a member to join us for breakfast! Just show up!

We also get together for dinner on the Fourth Tuesday night of the month at local restaurants. Our Activities Committee emails announcements of other special events like picnics and rides to scenic spots in our area.  Our email list, Meet Up, and Yahoo Group help us keep track of opportunities to ride with across the region. For more than 30 years we have hosted our Annual Dan’l Boone Rally in Boone NC.  This is a fun camping and riding event for the whole family.

Please make yourself at home at a breakfast meeting and then click our membership page to join us.

One comment

  • Lenzy "Dale" Brown

    Love to ride. like to ride with others also. Love the curvy roads the most, not a big super highway traveler unless a point I or We need to get to quicker. Have Riden mostly out west (the Rocky mountain region) but like the roads in North Carolina and Tennessee and Kentucky.

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