The British Biker Cooperative (BBC) has enthusiastically and very successfully promoted the rich heritage of the British motorcycle in the United States for over three decades. Their membership enjoy all facets of British motorcycling past and present through their active participation in motorcycle events throughout the United States and beyond. The BBC is most recognized for their annual Rally that has drawn thousands of motorcyclists over the years into the unique experience of British motorcycling in the United States.
On July 19-21, 2019, the BBC will celebrate their 39th Annual British Biker Cooperative - Motorcycle Rally and Show featuring “20 Years of Kickin’ it at the Cave” at Eagle Cave Natural Campground in Blue River, Wisconsin. The event offers a weekend of activities:including group rides and bike games, a Motorcycle Show, demo rides by Schlossmann Motorcycles of Milwaukee, Friday night movie, band Saturday night, comfortable shaded camping with dedicated quiet areas, and refreshments. An assortment of on-site amenities include a restaurant, camp store, showers, and cave tours through Wisconsin's largest commercial cave. The event formally kick-starts on Friday, but the BBC encourages riders to arrive early to avoid the rush. The BBC Rally location is 60 miles due west of Madison, Wisconsin near the Wisconsin River and features many area attractions including rides along the majestic Mississippi River, Frank Lloyd Wright's Spring Green, and The House on the Rock.
This event offers a great opportunity to see both rare vintage and late model British motorcycles in action on some of the best riding roads in the Midwest. All motorcycle enthusiasts are welcome.
For additional Rally information visit our BBC web site at www.britishbiker.net or contact Peggy Kasper
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