The Airheads Beemer Club is a non-profit club reclaiming the 'Legendary Motorcycles of Germany'

Yankee Hill, CA Tech Day and Campout - April 25-26, 2020

Airhead Events
04.25.2020 - 04.27.2020


What better way to spend a weekend than riding, wrenching, and camping
with your fellow Airheads? Join us in Yankee Hill, CA on April 25-26,
2020 for all manner of repair and maintenance work. Parts washer, tire
changer and spin balancer, air compressor, motorcycle lift, and some
BMW tools available (TwinMax carb balancer, oil canister depth gauge,
cylinder stud tooling, steering head bearing puller, timing gear
puller, etc.), as well as welders and machine tools for special
projects like fixing those over-rotating center stands. I'll also have
containers on hand for draining and recycling oil and plenty of paper
towels. Ozzie's BMW Center and BoxerMetal are only 30 minutes away in
Chico, CA if you need to make a last minute parts run, but if you call
'em and pre-pay for your parts, do it before April 17 and I'll have
them waiting for you at the site. Either way, come prepared with your
own spares, spray solvents, and basic tools.

Airheads and wannabes alike are welcome. Even if you don't have
anything of your own to work on, come and help someone with theirs or
just provide encouragement. Or ride the Feather River Canyon and join
us for the evening. Saturday night tire kicking around the camp fire
and maybe a big screen movie. Stars galore if the weather cooperates.
If you're spending the night there is plenty of room to camp, and
there's also limited floor space for sleeping inside.

Saturday lunch and dinner, and Sunday breakfast and lunch will be
catered this year. There will be a jug out for your donations to help
cover expenses, but the important thing is to RSVP by April 20 so we
know how many to plan on feeding. BYOB to feed the magic cooler, but it
only works if you put something in it before you take something out.

To get here take Highway 70 north out of Oroville, cross the big
concrete bridge on the West Branch of the Feather River, watch for the
Lunt Road sign and then the Airhead logo and arrow on your right. If
you're coming from the north on Hwy. 70, look for the Scenic View sign
on your right a few miles south of Scooter's restaurant. You'll see an
Airhead logo and arrow shortly after it on the right. Follow the signs
from there. More details and a map will be posted at
starting Friday before the event. The
quarter mile drive from the paved road is well graded hard dirt with a
few scattered pebbles that traverses a steep slope, easily negotiable
by my RT and it should be on yours as well.

Let me know ahead of time what tasks and special projects you have in
mind so I can determine needs and tool/equipment scheduling. An RSVP is
required if you're planning to join us for the meals. Email Scot at
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Scots Turkeys