Mine have always gone straight into the BMWMOA gray binders that I buy from the Country Store.
In my haste to be organized, I have been missing a unique benefit of getting the hardcopy magazine.
Perhaps, I will wait until year's end from now on, so that I can enjoy the 'spline art.'
Thanks for pointing this out!
Kevin Greenwald - MSF Lead RiderCoach # 121656 (BRC,SBRC,IS,IME,SMARTrainer)
Nationally Certified Law Enforcement Motor Officer (Ret.) / IBA Member #34281
Motorcycle & High Performance/Winter Driving Instructor - ROAD AMERICA Race Track
I had no idea. Props to the creative people who thought of this.
2008 R1200RT (Biarritz Blau)
Excuses are the rocks upon which our dreams are crushed - Tim Fargo
I have been aware of these pictures. The 07 and 08 series were favourites since I had both of those bikes at the time. The RS is sold now, but the GS is still in the stable.
Ed Miller, Calgary, AB
2008 K1200GT, 2009 F800GS
I can't wait to retire and have a fixed income. The one I have now is always broke.
Go soothingly through the grease mud, as there lurks the skid demon.
'67 Trail 90 || '86 R80 G/SPD+ || '97 F650ST || '00 1150 GS || '06 HP2e || '07 Xchallenge || '14 Grom
Who is/was Michael Cohen? I don't recall seeing his name on the masthead.
From the January 2003 issue, Sandy's column at the front of the ON. She talked about the new "flat binding". She went on to say:
We also hope that it helps those members who "archive" their issues to keep them straight, neat, and organized. The flat spine will now contain a few notable items of interest in the magazine for easier reference as well. And, for those of you with sharp eyes, there's another feature you won't want to miss that will gradually unfold as each issue comes...but enough said...I don't want to ruin the surprise.
It's the R nine T. March is definitely a repeat of February.
It looks as if this years photo would be better if the "Feb" issue were removed from the stack.