On October 21st, at 4AM in the morning – the restaurant that the NJ Shore BMW Riders have been meeting at for 15+ years suffered a bad fire. The restaurant, Schneider’s in Avon NJ is just now talking with their insurance company to see if rebuilding is possible. Our club podium and club gavel survived.… Continue reading Disaster!
The NJ Shore BMW Riders would like to welcome all BMW Riders to join us in our annual Oktoberfest Weekend in the Bavarian Catskills. Once again, we’re honoring the actual date of when Oktoberfest begins in Germany (September 16th in Munich) – and planning on excellent September riding weather! It’s Friday dinner to lunch Sunday, September… Continue reading Oktoberfest 2017
It is my opinion that the best presents under the Christmas tree are usually the ones you wrap for yourself.
Coming as a surprise to everyone at the awards dinner Gulya (George) Szatmari took first place in the annual club mileage awards – with a total mileage of 20,625 miles. Second place was Don Eilenberger (16,986) and third place was Herb Konrad (15,329 miles.) Last place was Mike Kowal with 448 miles – a great… Continue reading Annual Milage Awards – 2015
The count wasn’t final but early reports indicated that there were 435 bikes (hopefully with at least that number of riders) at the annual Chilly – Chili Motorcycle Run.
by Jim Thomasey On Saturday, November 28 Cross Country BMW offered the club a table and exposure during their open house weekend event. The showroom traffic seemed very heavy this year compared to last and we had a prime spot near all the new bikes on the second floor. All the BMW customers visiting the… Continue reading Cross Country Open House
Not that anything happened – just saying.
– By RD Swanson I suppose a Pumpkin Run must feature some sort of running pumpkins, but I won’t find out this year. Capt. Don, Dan and I started south from Mayberry and met Herb and Mike at our Wawa where a bunch of guys were peeing in the bushes. They are renovating and only… Continue reading Pumpkins Running, Mays Landing, November 7th
– by Roger Trendowski After having an electronic cruise control on my 2004 R1150GSA, I decided I couldn’t live without it on my new F800GSA. It feels “so good” on those long trips. I figured that there must be more units available in the past 9 years since I installed my last one… “wrong.” There… Continue reading Cruise Control for my 2015 F800GS
It started at a club meeting when Dan Thompson mentioned he had 10 days off work in a row, and was thinking of going for a ride in NY state. I somehow blurted out “You can do Nova Scotia in 10 days..” and that was the start of it.