The Colorado Springs chapter hosts the largest monthly member turnout and is held the second Saturday of each month at 11 am at Black Forest Brewery at 11590 Black Forest Road in Black Forest, Colorado.

The Denver and Fort Collins/Loveland affiliates do not hold regular, scheduled meetings but these members do participate in the Colorado Springs Chapter events.

In addition, the Fort Collins/Loveland Chapter sponsors an annual 625-mile, 2-day ride for classic and vintage British bikes to Wyoming. The Phantom Canyon Run to Riverside, WY is one of the highlights of the year and is generally held on the last weekend in June. See the calendar of events for the schedule.

Our club meetings and activities include presentations and discussions related to the mechanics and idiosyncrasies of “Brit Iron”, technical (hands on) sessions for learning practical mechanical tips and techniques to maintain these vehicles, rides and rallies to places of interest, participation in motorcycle shows and exhibitions and other general social activities centered around a British motorcycle backdrop.

The BMAC has members in many parts of the USA as well as in England and welcomes all interested individuals, wherever you live, to join our club and participate in whatever capacity is convenient to you. No matter what kind of bike you ride, or even if you don’t own a motorcycle, we welcome everyone with an interest and curiosity about the British Motorcycles that have long held a mystique over riders around the world.