2017 Pacific Northwest Four Corners Tour
Come experience the very best of the Pacific Northwest motorcycling events this summer!
We’re pleased to announce the very first Pacific Northwest Four Corners Tour, where we’ve linked this summer’s rallies of the BMW Riders of Oregon, the Washington State BMW Riders, Bavarian Mountain West Riders of Idaho, and the BeeCee Beemers of British Columbia.
Those riders who attend all four rallies will receive awards and recognition from the Clubs and the MOA, but the best reward will be the fantastic riding opportunities and fabulous scenery of this beautiful corner of our two countries.
Pick up your Tour packet at the Chief Joseph Rally, June 23-25 in John Day, Oregon. Experience the unique geology, scenery, and roads of Central and Eastern Oregon. Then, the week after the MOA National Rally in Salt Lake City Utah, ride north to Republic, Washington for the Cascade Country Rendezvous 20-23 July in Republic, Washington. Next, join us in beautiful and remote Grandjean, Idaho in the heart of the Sawtooth Mountains for the Stanley Stomp, 10-13 August. For the grand finale, journey north to fabulous British Columbia (bring your passport!) for the BeeCee Beemers annual rally in Nakusp, near the heart of the Canada’s Columbia Mountains, 17-20 August.
All four events feature excellent paved road touring and a plethora of unpaved GS adventuring.
Certificates and other prizes will be awarded for attending two, three, and all four rallies.
Details and additional information will be available on each club’s web sites after the New Year. Or contact Dan Muir, President Washington State BMW Riders at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For an interactive PDF file of the flyer below, go to the Documents section of the web site and click on Pacific NW Four Corners Tour. Then click on the Pacific Northwest Four Corners Tour PDF file in the panel on the right. Finally, download the document to your computer. If you prefer, click here to go directly to the interactive flyer. The flyer's Title bar and logo on the bottom are hyperlinks to the tour information on the Washington state web site; each rallies site location coordinates link to a map of their respective rally location; and each club's web address takes you to their main web page.