Becoming a MOA Chartered Club

Chartering a new club can be easier than you think.  If you have ten BMW motorcycle enthusiasts and enough money for an oil filter, we can help you launch a great motorcycle club. Download the Chartered Club Application and return to Ray Tubbs.




Basic Requirements to Charter A New Club

  • Your club must be a BMW motorcycle club whose members are interested in furthering the purposes of the BMW MOA
  • Your club must include ten members of the BMW MOA
  • Your club completes and submit an application form along with a charter fee of $15

Charter BMW clubs are typically geographically oriented to a local area or region, however some BMW clubs are national or international in scope or only meet online. If your BMW club fits this criteria, it must be registered as a "virtual or non-geographic" club.

A "virtual club" is defined as a BMW club whose membership is not from a specific geographical area, whose meetings occur only once or twice a year, or who communicate primarily via newsletter or computer.



Charter Club Renewal

Charter Club "membership" expires on December 31st of each year. At renewal, the club will be asked to submit a charter renewal form along with the annual $15 fee. A renewal notice will be sent to the designated club contact in October of each year. This information can also be updated and renewed online. 




Regional Coordinators

Chartered Clubs have a dedicated resource in the Regional Coordinators. If you have questions or need help with a Chartered Club, this is your "go to" person. Ask anytime.  We'll be glad to help.
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