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32nd Annual AUTUMN BEEMER BASH

  • September 15, 2017
  • 12:00 PM
  • September 17, 2017
  • 12:00 PM
  • Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds, Quincy, CA

Registration

  • For all ages - Camping, BASH Pin, Prize Drawings and Three Meals.
The 32nd Annual
Autumn Beemer BASH

a non-profit rally to benefit the BMW Community at Large

September 15 - 17, 2017

Saturday Night Dinner, Saturday & Sunday Continental Breakfasts are only included with a Pre-Registration Package!

Pre-Registration is $60 ($55 for CCBR 

members)

$40 at the gate (no meals included)


Pre-Registration is open from July 7, 2017 through September 10 , 2017

Family/Medical Emergency refunds only after September 10, 2017 - E-mail your request to bashinfo@ccbr.org. Put "Emergency Refund Request" in the subject line. Include your name, the nature of your emergency, your mailing address and contact phone number.

Where's Quincy

This year's Speakers

Bob Kuykendall will be speaking about his recent motorcycle trip in Japan.


Richard Battles - the owner of RKA Luggage, will put on two seminars: visit RKA's website at http://www.rka-luggage.com/

  • The R.I.D.E. All you need to know about communications (what is the R.I.D.E.? Research, Integration, Decision Making, Expansion)
  • Video 101 .....Basic video production

Nancy Foote "Queen of the Back roads"

Walt Fulton:  BMW Battles of The Legends Racer and Expert Riding Instructor

Greg Peart:  Retired CHP Motorcycle Training Officer -   “Greg Peart is a retired CHP Motor Officer & will give an approximate 1 ½ hour safety talk designed to enhance  the street motorcycle rider’s safety awareness. The information is a conglomerate of the best things a long time rider and now retired California Highway Patrol Motor Officer feels would help any street rider. After the 1st hour of seminar, Greg will answer the top most asked questions of a CHP Motor Officer. There should be time after that for questions and answers from you the rider. Greg will discuss the  new California 2017 phone law and lane splitting law too.”

Snowbum, AKA Robert Fleischer. Electronics engineer, was chief technician for a BMW dealership, keynote speaker at BMW SuperTech in 2011.

  

BASH Vendors: 

The 2017 BASH will once again have several high quality, BMW rider focused vendors at the BASH to help you get the touring, sports riding or dual sport farkles you are missing, replace those you have lost, or add to your inventory of BMW rider equipment, accessories, and clothing you need or want.

  • Arizona Al (Invited) -Al Schibi has long provided BASH attendees with ear plugs, ear phones and other related items for comfortable riding. 
  • Soundly-Safe -  A new vendor at the BASH will be able to provide information on their  on site CPR and First Aid training service and will be able to provide comfortable, custom made earplugs -  http://www.soundlysafe.com/

  • RKA - Rich and Kathy are returning to provide BASH folks with top quality motorcycle luggage and related equipment - http://www.rka-luggage.com


On- Site Off Road Training Classes

BASH Special Hands on Training Classes by Dirty Streetmasters - “Want to go off-road? “Dirty Streetmasters” is for those who ride dual-sport or Adventure bikes – especially for those who have yet to get their bike in the dirt. Already ride in the dirt? It’s not a bad idea to get a refresher on your skills. Go to their web site – http://www.streetmasters.info -You can contact Nancy Foote at nancy.foote@streetmasters.info to sign up for classes at the BASH or call Streetmasters at (951) 549-1717


Amenities:

Acres of shade and grass for camping or RV hook-ups.

Plenty of Hot Showers!

Door Prizes! 50/50 Drawing! Grand Prize!

 Vendors! Swap Table!

Things to do: Portola Railroad Museum - Poker Run - Self Guided Riding Tours - Guided GS Ride - Tour of Collins Pine Mill in Chester

On Site Microbrews, Wine, Soda, Water and Food.

2017 BASH pins for the first 500 registered.

Famous, Free CCBR Coffee from 6 am-8:30 am.

Leashed pets okay.

Pre-Registration Package (for all ages) -Members $55 , Non-Members $60   Camping, BASH Pin, Prize Drawings and Three Meals. Please Note: Pre-Registration ends and no refunds after September 10, 2017.

Kids Pass (age 6 through 11) - $20 - No Extra Tent, Pin, Drawings or Meals

There will be no Day Passes.

Kids age 5 and under are admitted free - No Extra Tent, Pin, Drawings or Meals

RVers and Early Birds pay extra at the Fair Office - Check with the Fair Office for pricing - (530) 283-6272.

Plumas-Sierra Fairgrounds

204 Fairgrounds Road

Quincy, CA. 95971

(530) 283-6272 

Fairground Information

BASH Registration & FAQs

Vendor Information

Local Motels

Questions? mailto:bashinfo@ccbr.org 

or phone (925) 443-2070

Paper Pre-Reg Forms: It is EXTREMELY HELPFUL when you pre-register online. You still have the option of mailing in a check rather than paying by credit card or PayPal. However, if you simply must have a snail mailed paper form, you can request one via the "Questions?" contact information above.

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