056 - Vancouver
Welcome to the web site of Chapter 056 of the Canadian Motorcycle Cruisers. We are a family oriented group of motorcycle enthusiasts. Our emphasis is on safe group riding and friendship. We don't care what make or model of motorcycle you ride, as long as you ride. It costs nothing to join us, and there are no dues.
Our rules are simple:
* Don't drink and ride. Always ride safely. Always be nice to each other.*
For club by-laws and guidelines please visit the CMC National home page.
Our chapter holds mid-week Meet & Greets where we get together over coffee and get to know each other, plan rides, and do short group rides if desired. We do our longer, planned rides on the weekends.
Come on out and get to know us, and let us get to know you. You will find we are a very friendly group of people who share a common interest in motorcycles and riding. As stated in the Bylaws, you are not required to own a bike, several of our members are passengers. It does not matter what kind of bike you ride or are interested in, all are welcome.
Chapter Meet-up & Event Information
Weekend Meets & Group RidesHorseshoe Bay Starbucks
Sunday mornings, 10:00 am.
We do organized group rides on Sundays during the riding season when the weather permits. Our rides may be as short as a few hours, or they may be a full day ride, or even an over-nighter or longer. Ride information gets posted ahead of time on the CMC web forum.
All rides and events are Weather Permitting Of Course !
Special Up Coming Rides And Events!
Nothing planned from here on till the end of the year but come on out to one of the regulare meets. They go on year round. Even with most of us having our bikes parked for the winter, its still nice to get together over a coffee and chat about rides past, present and future.
|Group Ride Training Outline
||Road Captain Training Outline
|BC Motor Vehicle Act Regulations
Efective June 1, 2012
|Skills Training Day|
Our chapter, like all the CMC chapters, use a core group of volunteer members as officers. These members plan and organize our events, be they rides or meets or whatever. Our officers are always open to ideas and suggestions. It is our officers, as well as Road Captains who do our ride training and generally watch out for the well being of our members.