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Thread: Starting a new Chartered Club in the Appleton, WI area

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    Starting a new Chartered Club in the Appleton, WI area

    Hello all,

    I recently moved back up to NE Wisconsin after several years in Illinois, I was (still am actually) a member (past president) of the Illinois Vally BMW MOA #70, great club centered on riding and frienship, many happy memories.

    I would like to start a club in the Appleton area for folks who love to ride, I ride year round (2010 GS Adventure and a S1000RR) and usually exceed 20K miles a year.

    If you are interested, please drop me a line at would love to hear from you and would like to start thinking about some great rides for next year.


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    Join Date
    May 2003
    Manitowoc, Wisconsin
    There is already a chartered club in the Appleton area, along with the one in Green Bay.
    F.O.G.Rider, Rounder #6,
    BMWRA Wisconsin Region Rep
    MOA Biergarten co-chair

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    Lost again Texpaul's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 2006
    San Antonio, Tx
    The club closest to you is the Badger Beemers located in Greenville. The club contact is Dale Geske ( More contact info and activities can be found at
    Paul Mulhern
    MOA# 56330
    The biggest mistake people make... is thinking they have time.

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    Registered User womanridge's Avatar
    Join Date
    Jun 2007
    Milwaukee, Wisconsin
    And don't forget the Wisconsin BMW CLub. We meet in New Berlin every first Friday and we have a snowflake ride this coming Saturday, Nov 19th. Meet in Oconomowoc, WI. PM me for all the details. We'd love to have you join us. Everyone is welcome!
    Karen Jacobs
    2012 R 1200 RT
    MOA-133005, RA32109, IBA #37923

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    Ahh, I just moved from Appleton to Illinois!

    Yes, there are some clubs up there. There also are quite a few BMWs that go to "Two-Wheel Tuesdays" at a bar/grill in Neenah during the summer. I only dropped by those events a handful of times, but there is always a few airheads and some newer bikes.

    If memory serves, make sure you check out "Olde Road" in the Oshkosh area (just West of 41) once the weather clears. It is a nice ride.

    For being so small, Appleton is a great area.

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    Just noted you said "back up" to Wisconsin, so you know the area. Nevermind!

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