Join the Club

The Club year runs from 1st May until 30th April

Full Membership of the BM Riders Club is open to all BMW motorcycle enthusiasts over the age of 16 years wherever they live. There is no requirement that you actually own such a machine but merely that you have an interest in them. Our view is that rather than say you cannot join because you don't currently own a BMW, we should encourage you to join and participate in the hope that one day your enthusiasm will prompt you to become an owner of one of the best motorcycles in the world. Our aim is to encourage rather than bully....... It is recommended that you consider registering with the Club Forum in order to gain full advantage of your membership - as the e-Zine is currently only quarterly, much of the current Club information will appear on either the Forum or this website.

Junior Membership is available for those under the age of 16 years at a much reduced cost. To become a Junior Member you must have a sponsoring adult such as a parent and you have no voting rights but will receive your own copy of the The BM Rider and your own Membership Card. There will also be a Junior Forum within the Members Only area of the Club Forum.

BM Riders Club membership is available for an annual fee with the Club year beginning on 1st May and membership expiring on 30th April. Forum registration is not essential in order to be an active Club member but as much of the initial day to day Club chat and announcements will be made there it is advised that you join if you wish to gain the most from the Club.

The BM Rider is the Club magazine which will be produced quarterly and an email link will be mailed to all Members - it should also be available for download from the Members Section of the Forum and will be in a printable format should you prefer to read 'hard copy'.

Membership fees are currently £14 for a full year (May 1st - April 30th or £18 for 18 months (1st October - April 30th the following year).

Full details of membership and booking options can be found here: