My name is Randall “Randy” Logan, and I currently reside in Sonoma County, Calif. I have been married to my wife Jackie for 28 years, and we have two wonderful children. My son, who is active USAF, and his wife had our first grandchild just last summer.
Professionally, I have been working for leading technology companies including Apple, Broderbund, Mattel Interactive and Roxio, where I have held senior leadership roles in sales, marketing and operations for over 30 years. I’m currently a marketing director for a Fortune 500 company in the home automation space.
I am running for the MOA board because I want to help this club to continue to be the thought-leader in promoting the BMW lifestyle and to help inspire all levels of riders to get involved and have a voice in our sport. I have a proven record in leadership roles in nonprofit volunteer organizations, serving in many capacities, including committee chairman, secretary, president and board positions, and I want to share my experience and leadership to help shape the future of the MOA.
I’m currently the President of the Marin County Motorcycle Association, a 50-year-old AMA chartered riding club, where we not only ride dirt and road bikes, but we are also active in government relations, supporting our rights to ride and giving back to our local community. I started the club’s first youth program, where we taught kids bike control and safety, instilling confidence and sportsmanship. Several of our youth riders, with the support of our club, moved on to district racing and dominated the local club racing program. During my time as president, I have worked closely with the board to reform our by-laws, optimize our operations and membership and help restructure our committees.
I have also been a member of the NorCal BMW Club since 2005 and an active member with the Montgomery Street Motorcycle Club, a professional group of men and women who ride mostly BMWs. I serve as a trustee for a local chapter of a non-profit volunteer organization with over 800,000 national members, where our focus is on growing membership, fundraising, operational management and serving our local community.
I have been riding motorcycles for 40+ years and currently own several, two of which are BMWs: a BMW F 800 GS and a BMW R 1200 GSW. I was a competitive racer (both on and off-road) for a number of years and was fortunate to have won an amateur club class championship as well as to be honored as Sportsman of the Year in 2003. I earned a President’s Award in 2004 and 2010. My son developed a passion for the sport, and we raced together in both road and off road club and district series. My best life experiences have happened while traveling as a family to race events.
With my vast knowledge of club operations, proven leadership skills and strong ability to promote change while maintaining diplomacy when challenged by opposing views, I believe I am deserving of your vote to represent you on the MOA Board of Directors.