BMW MOA National Rally Set for June 24-27, 2021

Although 2020 was a weird, disappointing year filled with questions and frustrations about motorcycle travel, it seems 2021 is shaping up to be 'our year!' The BMW Motorcycle Owners of America would like to invite everyone to attend the Saddle Up & Ride National Rally, June 24-27, 2021, in Great Falls, Montana. You can register now online!

We were able to carry over much of our planning and preparation for the 2020 rally to 2021, but we've added more and adapted to the necessary changes. We hope you'll join us, and enjoy the ride to Great Falls and the ride back home after having caught up with your old MOA friends and made new ones to keep up with at future rallies.

There is no better way to bond with your fellow MOA members and BMW riders than the National Rally; we like to think of it as a family reunion and a great excuse to ride out to visit a different part of the country every year.

The MOA is taking more than reasonable precautions to hold a safe and fun event in Great Falls for our members. As an organization, we will exercise plenty of caution and do our best to help people enjoy the Rally with common sense guidelines such as social distancing, hand washing, sanitization, etc. We are doing our part by providing neck buffs for every attendee, extra hand sanitizing stations, extra shower facilities, reduced capacity within buildings, outdoor entertainment wherever possible,
limited touch interactions with members, etc.

The Rally will follow the guidelines, ordinances, and mandates in effect June 24-27, 2021, in Great Falls. Currently, Montana does not require face coverings.

An event as big as the National Rally only succeeds because MOA members volunteer to help out. We hope you'll volunteer too, and have made the process of signing up to volunteer online as easy as possible. If you're unable to sign up online, feel free to reach out to Tonya McMeans at MOA HQ via email or phone at (864) 438-0962.

Check out the following resources for the rally:

Photos by Jim Nyffeler (1) and Bill Wiegand (2-4).

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