2016 Video Gallery
2015 Video Gallery
2015 Sierra Buttes PokerRun
If you didn’t get to join us Saturday, August 8th on the Sierra Buttes Poker Run you can still share our experience (then you may want to join us on our next drive!). Approximately a 1.5 hour drive from Reno, the majestic Sierra Buttes located in Northern California on the spine of the sierras are sure to to amaze you! The drive took us through beautiful valleys and through craggy peaks of the Buttes. During our drive we made, five beautiful scenic stops for photos and to draw cards for our Poker Run. The last card drawn ended our drive at Longboards Bar & Grill located on the beautiful Plumas PInes Golf Course where we meet for a leisurely and very enjoyable lunch and determine the winner. This years winner of the Poker Run (drumroll) ... James Russell holding a Full House!!!!!! (Here is the mapped Route http://is.gd/gitodi)
2015 Sierra 2nd Annual Family Picnic
If you didn’t get to join us Saturday, July 12th at the Family you can still share our experience (then you may want to join us on our next event!). The Sierra Chapter had a fun filled afternoon in the company of other BMW fans in a beautiful, historic park with plenty of lawn space. A gorgeous drive South of town with tours available through the historic Bowers Mansion (small fee), and a public pool (fee required). There were games for both children & adults alike. Food (burgers, hot dogs, buns, and water) was provided. GAMES: Horse shoes, 3- legged races, Assassin, and more!
2015 Sierra Virginia City Drive
If you didn\'t get to join us Saturday, April 17th on the Virginia City Drive you can still share our experience (then you may want to join us on our next drive [visit https://sierrabmwcarclub.org/all-events]!). We departed at 9:45 on Mt. Rose Hwy (431) and stopped at the Lake for a Kodak moment (15 minute stop), then continued through Incline Village (28) with a stop at Starbucks at around 10:30am (15-20 min stop, depending on how many want mochas and frappuccinos...) and pick up more members, and then continue south on 28 along Lake Tahoe to Carson City (50) to 341 to catch the truck route to VC, right on Main Street in Virginia City, ETA -- 12:15-12:30. Some folks may want to park on the lower side streets depending on the space available in parking lot. (Click https://goo.gl/maps/0hjoJ for the mapped Route). We ended with a great lunch at The Palace (http://www.palacerestaurant1875.com/) on 54 SC, Virginia City, 775-847-4441, What was for lunch? Click http://www.palacerestaurant1875.com/menu.html for a menu. Virginia City is an experience going back 150 years. Let your adventure begin with a step back in time. The 19th century mining boom turned Virginia City into the most important settlement between Denver and San Francisco; and grubby prospectors into instant millionaires. They built mansions, imported furniture and fashions from Europe and the Orient, and helped finance the Civil War... and then went on to build empires around the world. The finest example being San Francisco. Click http://www.virginiacity.com/ for information about Virgina City.