The Airheads Beemer Club is a non-profit club reclaiming the 'Legendary Motorcycles of Germany'
The Airheads Beemer Club (ABC) is the best place to go for information & help with the legendary air cooled R-bikes built by BMW from 1969 through 1995. They are simple to maintain and parts are still readily available. We have monthly club events like tech days (where experienced folk can share their expertise), rallies and sometimes -  just to have good time and discuss these wonderful machines.

Upcoming Events

Jun
25

06.25.2016 - 06.26.2016

Jul
4

07.04.2016 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Jul
6

07.06.2016 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Jul
14

07.14.2016 - 07.17.2016

Jul
13

07.13.2016 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Aug
1

08.01.2016 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

History and Founders

- The Airheads Beemer Club was founded in 1991 by B. Jan Hofman (#1) and Al Watson (#2.)
- B. Jan produced the first copy of "Airmail," our club newsletter, in December of 1991, and he continues to be the editor today.
- The term "airhead," as it relates to BMW motorcycles, was coined by Al, and the term "oilhead," as used by the International Oilheads Club, was coined by B. Jan. These terms have entered the motojournalist lexicon.
- Our slogan, "Simple by Choice" was created by Ron Jensen.
- The club logo was designed by Jan except for the smile, which was the idea of Carolyn Laronche.
- Our first rally was the Feb. 1993 Death Valley Rendezvous initiated, planned, and executed by Fred Kumm #117.
- Our original website was conceived and created by Mike Leonard.
- The ABC continues to thrive thanks to the talents and selfless dedication of its volunteers.

Club Canons

1. Airheads ride Beemers with air-cooled heads.
2. Airheads believe that the simplest engineering solutions are the best.
3. Airheads appreciate function over form, fact over fiction, and friendship over friction.
4. Airheads regard money as a tool, not a status symbol.
5. Airheads are earthly people who like to camp.
6. Airheads maintain their own motorcycles.
7. Airheads don't take themselves, religion or life too seriously.
8. Airheads like to share time, knowledge, parts and camaraderie with other Airheads