LATEST BBC NEWS
July 15-17, 2016
Celebrating the British Biker Cooperative's
36th Annual Rally & Show. The year of the Chopper.
Check out the below link for an article on Royal Enfield's in which they interviewed BBC member, Bill Church.
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Top Winners of 2015 BBC Rally Bike Show
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The race season final results are in. In the Midwest Region I finished 1st in the Classic 60's 650 class and 2nd in Sportsman 500. Nationally I am ranked 4th on the 650 and 6th on the 500. Great results for a less than complete season with 3 1st place finishes and 3 2nd place finishes on the 650 being a highlight of the season. Also scored a 2nd a 3 3rd place finishes with the 500 that I'm extremely proud of. A complete report can be found in the next "Knews". I want to thank each and everyone of you that supported me this year especially the British Biker Cooperative for choosing me as their club sponsored racer.
|UPCOMING IMPORTANT EVENTS|
May 13-14 - FYI - S-K Service 29th Annual Swapmeet - Japanese, European,
British Swapmeet - 100 Clark Street, Hatley, WI
May 13-15 - FYI - Moto America - Virginia International Raceway - Danville, VA
May 15 - BBC - Brewtown Rumble - 11:00am - 6:00pm Old Pabst Brewery
facility, Jacob Best's Place - Doug Aretz - 262-498-7805 /
Pat Hanson - 414-429-074
May 22 - BBC - Run to The Sun General Membership Meeting - 11:00am, 1403 52nd Street,
Kenosha, WI - Bill Pluess - 414-531-5234
May 21 - RTR - Team Triumph 17th Annual Open House - Hwy 11, Janesville, WI
May 29 - FYI - Carbs and Coffee Vintage & Custom Motorcycles and Cars
4691 County Hwy N, Cottage Grove, WI
The British Biker Cooperative Celebrates the 36th Anniversary of their Annual Motorcycle Rally & Show
"The Year of the Chopper"
January 1, 2016 - Milwaukee, Wisconsin - The British Biker Cooperative (BBC) has enthusiastically and very successfully promoted the rich heritage of the British motorcycle in the United States for over three decades. Their membership enjoy all facets of British motorcycling past and present through their active participation in motorcycle events throughout the United States and beyond. The BBC is most recognized for their annual Rally that has drawn thousands of motorcyclists over the years into the unique experience of British motorcycling in the United States.
On July 15-17, 2016, the BBC will celebrate their 36th Annual British Biker Cooperative - Motorcycle Rally and Show at Eagle Cave Natural Campground in Blue River, Wisconsin. The event offers a weekend of activities including group rides and bike games, a Motorcycle Show, Friday night movie, band Saturday night, comfortable shaded camping with dedicated quiet areas, and refreshments. An assortment of on-site amenities include a restaurant, camp store, showers, and cave tours through Wisconsin's largest commercial cave. The event formally kick-starts on Friday, but the BBC encourages riders to arrive early to avoid the rush. The BBC Rally location is 60 miles due west of Madison, Wisconsin near the Wisconsin River and features many area attractions including rides along the majestic Mississippi River, Frank Lloyd Wright's Spring Green, and The House on the Rock.
This event offers a great opportunity to see both rare vintage and late model British motorcycles in action on some of the best riding roads in the Midwest. All motorcycle enthusiasts are welcome.
For additional Rally information visit our BBC web site at www.britishbiker.net or contact Peggy Kasper
WEEKEND PASSES ONLY-NO DAY PASSES
The British Biker Cooperative (BBC)
is a unique group of individuals
dedicated to the preservation of the British motorcycle.
The BBC was established in 1977, and has remained active in all aspects of British motorcycling since. Our membership encompasses all British motorcycle enthusiasts. The collector, purist, racer, tourer, and riders of all backgrounds find contentment in our organization. Together we create a cooperative, networking the contacts, ideas and enthusiasm essential to ride and appreciate British motorcycles, most of which are virtually extinct.
The BBC is an incorporated entity governed by a Board of Directors and Officers elected biennially. Our yearly membership stands at approximately 150 plus members of which many own several British motorcycles.
Annually the BBC sponsors meetings, a rally & show, a benefit, a family picnic, a dinner, and a holiday party. We also participate as the BBC in many other motorcycle related events.
We publish The British Steel - a quarterly periodical including stories, and photos of memorable events, cartoons, drawings, poetry, technical tips, and limited advertisement.
To become a BBC Member you must own a British motorcycle, represent the BBC in a respectable manner, and pay the annual dues. For more information about becoming a member, click here.
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