The club's website is your portal to the vintage BMW world. If you investigate the menu buttons on the left side of the page, you'll find a thorough Bibliography of books and magazines relevant to the beemerphile.
If you're searching for a part or need some kind of service, click on the Resource Links button, where you will find literally hundreds of links with descriptions and often, physical addresses and phone numbers. The live Google maps can help you decide if there's someplace nearby or, if you're travelling, where you might stop in.
We have one of the most complete listings of vintage motorcycle Rallies and Events you'll find on the web. Again, the live maps help you plan out where to go and when it's happening. We give full contact information and a summary of important items like accomodations and costs.
An important place to look now and again is your My Account page. This page not only lets you customize your postings in the forum, but more importantly, shows you your current mailing address and your club membership status and expiration date.
The club's online store is quick to use and secure. When you checkout, your browser will indicate that the pages are safely encrypted via the https protocol.
One of the biggest reasons people come back to the club's website is for the comraderie, help and information available in the club's forums. The top half of the forum is open to anyone who registers on the site, which allows many people to become familiar with the club and to experience the people who are members. The bottom half of the forum areas are only visible to club members. The Clubhouse discussions and Classifieds areas therefore only have club member participation.
We report breaking news, host member photo galleries and keep links to some interesting videos around the internet available here as well. The club's website is indeed the place to start looking for anything vintage BMW related.