2nd Annual BMW Club Veteran Riders International Campout

Wed Nov 07, 2012 7:14 pm by vetbmwrider

April 26-27 2013
Come join camaraderie of the 2nd Annual BMW Club Veteran Riders International Campout on Perdido Bay at the KOA campground, 116650 CR 99 Lillian AL 36549. Tent camping is $32 a night plus tax (mention the code Veteran Riders get one night free tent camping only) to reserve your camping space call (251)961-1717 to make your reservations other amenities regular rate. There will …

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1st BMW Club Veterans Riders Campout Overview

Thu Apr 12, 2012 7:11 am by vetbmwrider

1st BMW Club Veterans Riders Campout Overview
On Friday the weather report did not look promising for those who were riding to the campout, rain was on the news report. For those individuals that were able to arrive on that day and braved the storms that flared up in the surrounding area, upon the arrival they were met by the friendly park staff of Historic Blakeley State Park who caused his own …

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Post by MTSweger on Tue Apr 07, 2009 7:11 pm

On behalf of the Blue Ridge Beemers (http://blueridgebeemers.org), I invite you to join us for our annual "Easter on the Blue Ridge" event on Sunday, 12 April 2009.

We will meet in front of the old Howard Johnson's off I-64 (Exit 99) near Afton, Virginia (38°01'51"N 078°51'32"W or 38.03075, -78.85871) and head south from the north end (Milepost 0) of the Blue Ridge Parkway at 10:00 a.m.

This is an "unorganized group ride" and people are welcome to join or depart at any point along the way. We will probably drop off the Parkway at US-60 near Buena Vista and again at VA-130/US-501 near Glasgow to enjoy a few of the many scenic roads that cross the BRP. There will be several opportunities to refuel, rehydrate, and grab something to eat along the way. However, many riders prefer to carry drinks and snacks because most restaurants and concessions on the Parkway do not open for the season until May 1st.

Suggested route on Google Maps: http://tinyurl.com/dlthl4

Blue ridge Parkway info:
- National Park Service (http://www.nps.gov/blri/)
- Blue Ridge Parkway Association (http://www.blueridgeparkway.org)
- Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation (http://www.brpfoundation.org)
- BRP Trip Planner, Milepost 0 to Milepost 140
- Blue ridge Parkway Weather (http://www.blueridgeparkwayweather.com/)

Hope to see you on the BRP this Sunday!


Mike Sweger
Charlottesville, VA
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