Mail call! On 2/29 I strung together 24+ bmr bonii with 1000mi+. Now it’s “official”!
When Texas Governor asked us to stay home, we are respecting his request. But, these beauties are lonely. Going to the grocery is just not the same as getting bonuses
a lot of people here in Reno putting lit candles in their entries / front porches to show support and solidarity for those on the front lines of the pandemic.
Hi, rally rookie Kirsten here! I like to ride but have allowed work to get in the way for a while now. Looking forward to fixing that and hopefully claiming a few BMR bonuses along the way. I’ll be riding a BMW R1200RT and working to dial it and me in a bit as the year gets going. Being a rookie, advise is welcomed and appreciated. Cheers!
A snowshoeing trip to Crater Lake was a great way to spend the weekend with my son 🙂
Got my WD in the early morning!
Howdy and Happy New Year from Texas. Paul Slaton here, back for more groovy moto fun in 2020. Not getting in as much riding these days as I would prefer which is one of the reasons I love this rally so much. It gets us out on the road when we wouldn’t otherwise. Love the event, love the boni, but most of all, I absolutely love the people. Be safe, ride far, and thanks so much to the rock stars who make this possible.
I’m Tim Watts, 57, married (38+ years) and have two adult children and two grandchildren (4 yo and 16 mos.). I was born in a log cabin that I helped my grandfather build and I work as an industrial machinery mechanic in the Seattle area (~40 years). I’ve been riding motorcycles since 1982 and long distance and endurance riding since 2002. One of my favorite things about the BMR is it allows me to get that rush that I’ve loved about riding endurance rallies but for a ton less money and leaves me in control of the scheduling – mostly.
Thanks for a fun day of riding.