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2016 MOA S


everal years ago, the MOA Getaway idea was introduced to provide a smaller event where members and friends could gather at great loca- tions all over North America. The events are designed to be smaller than


a traditional rally setting and are typically hotel based with no need to pack your ThermaRest and tent. Because MOA Getaway events are typically designed for approximately 100 attendees, they are sure to sell out. We have a fantastic line up for 2016 already and are working to add more.


Visit bmwmoa.org and click on the Events tab for details and registration information. See you soon at an MOA Getaway!


Eureka Springs, Arkansas August 19-21


We will return for the second time to the historic village of Eureka Springs, located in the northwest corner of Arkansas. This too is a beautiful area to ride or spend the day in town leisurely searching through the quaint shops.


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Fontana Dam, North Carolina April 22-24


Based in the beautiful mountains of western North Carolina, the riding in the area is magnificent. If you leave without filling your curve quota, you didn’t ride! We will be based once again at the historic Fontana Vil- lage Resort.


Coeur d’ Alene, Idaho September 16-18


Join your fellow members and make new friends as you enjoy the area and the beautiful resort. Enjoy plenty of sights close by or take off and explore the beau- tiful surrounding area!


Muskoka, Ontario May 27-29


This year we are excited to return for our second North-of-the-Border Getaway. Our base will be beautiful Camp Tamarac, situ- ated on over 1200 rugged acres of pines and granite surrounding its own very large pri- vate lake. You will have the chance to explore the area on road or get dirty on the network of ATV trails available.


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