George Marsh started the topic The Great Pacific Coast Highway Run — Sept. 10-13, 2020 in the forum Club Events 1 day, 23 hours ago
SAVE THE DATE – SEPT. 10-13, 2020
The Great Pacific Coast Highway Run
Mark your calendar! We’re making preliminary plans for an amazing adventure this Fall, highlighting California’s world famous Highway 1 along the rugged Big Sur coast.
Our itinerary will begin with an overnight in Paso Robles, where we’ll visit some local wineries, and enjoy…[Read more]
May 14-15, 2021
Grand Canyon National Park
Join us in May 2021, for SCMM’s first-ever Grand Canyon adventure! We’ll spend two nights at the South Rim and take in as much of this iconic national park as we can. Bring a camera and pack your walking shoes for this amazing natural wonder.
We’re posting this trip a year in advance because lodging at…[Read more]
George Marsh replied to the topic Grand Canyon National Park – May 15-17, 2020 — BOOK YOUR ROOM ASAP in the forum Club Events 2 months, 1 week ago
Sorry folks, the National Park has closed its lodging through May 21. Our trip is cancelled.
SAVE THE DATES – Nov. 6-8
Memorial Run & Picnic / Solvang
Please join us for the annual Memorial Run & Picnic to remember those members who are no longer with us. Our base of operations for the weekend will be at the Royal Copenhagen Inn on Mission Drive in Solvang. There will be a twisty route on Friday for all those desiring a longer drive up…[Read more]
George Marsh started the topic Second Saturday of the Month Breakfast – Inland Empire NEW! in the forum Regional Events 4 months ago
EVENT CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19 “STAY AT HOME” ORDER
Attention Inland Empire members, come join us for breakfast at Chino Cafe on the second Saturday of the month!
WHAT: A new monthly breakfast meet
WHERE: Chino Cafe, 3785 Riverside Dr, Chino
WHEN: Second Saturday of every month. Meet at 8 a.m., eat at 9 a.m.
EVENT CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19 “STAY AT HOME” ORDER
11630 Carmel Mountain Rd
Meet at 8, eat at 9 .a.m
This Breakfast Meet happens on the first Saturday of every month. Come join us!
It’s our nearest national park, yet it wasn’t until this past Sunday that the MINI Maniacs paid a visit to Joshua Tree National Park. Kudos to SCMM Event Director Craig Williams for planning a fun day of exp […]
George Marsh replied to the topic Exploring Joshua Tree National Park – Sunday, Jan. 19 in the forum Club Events 4 months, 2 weeks ago
“I just got a reprieve from a dog event.. Is there a caravan to Joshua Tree… Phil”
Will have to check with Craig Williams regarding any caravan. I’m going up the night before and will meet you guys at brunch or the Visitor Center.
George Marsh started the topic Mount San Jacinto and Palm Springs Tramway Tour – Feb. 23 in the forum Club Events 5 months ago
WHEN: Sunday, February 23
Let’s motor out to Hemet and up Mount San Jacinto on SR 74, then down to Palm to Pines Highway to Palm Springs (arguably one of the coolest roads on the West Coast) and the Tramway. Ride up the Tramway to 8500′ and enjoy the 30-degree temperature drop. Have lunch & explore. Fun!
Bring warm clothes — it’s cold at 8500…[Read more]
George Marsh replied to the topic Exploring Joshua Tree National Park – Sunday, Jan. 19 in the forum Club Events 5 months ago
“Sharon and I plan to attend. What is the meet up location for Brunch? Will there be a caravan traveling to Joshua Tree or we just meet there?”
Jerry, I will touch base with Craig Williams (he is coordinating) and will post the brunch location in Joshua Tree. Looking at Yelp, it looks like our choices for brunch are going to be limited.
George Marsh started the topic Paso Robles Run – Field of Light at Sensorio / June 5-7, 2020 in the forum Club Events 5 months, 1 week ago
Paso Robles Run – June 5-7, 2020
Field of Light at Sensorio
COVID-19 UPDATE – May 20 — San Luis Obispo County has lifted some restrictions. Restaurants may now reopen for dine-in service, with social distancing for customers.
PLEASE RSVP IN THIS THREAD IF YOU PLAN TO ATTEND THIS EVENT. THANKS!
Join us for a weekend like no other in Paso Robles…[Read more]
I agree, especially on the fender flares. Whatever airflow benefit they may provide, for me is not worth the hassle they’ll create when it comes time to washing/waxing. Not to mention every time I’d walk by the car and catch my clothes on a fender flare.
George Marsh started the topic Exploring Joshua Tree National Park – Sunday, Jan. 19 in the forum Club Events 6 months, 1 week ago
Let’s go explore Joshua Tree National Park! So many cool things to see and do, and January is the perfect time to explore! There are visitor centers, a touring route, and hiking trails!
PLEASE RSVP IN THIS THREAD IF YOU PLAN TO ATTEND
Here’s a UPDATE on Joshua Tree! Craig Williams cruised up there last weekend to stake out our i…[Read more]
“What route will you be taking on Friday, from the Westlake start point?
I’m planning on taking to coast (Highway 101) from Westlake Village all the way to where Alisal Road cuts in to Nojqui Falls Park, and take that little road into Solvang.
I’ll be sending out an email soon to all the attendees with some additional…[Read more]
George Marsh replied to the topic Irwindale Speedway "Night of Destruction" – Moved to November – DATE TBD in the forum Club Events 7 months, 1 week ago
The October date is not happening. They are trying to nail down a date in November but I haven’t heard anything definite yet.
George Marsh replied to the topic Devil's "Baby Backbone" Run to Mammoth Lakes — Sept. 6-8, 2019 in the forum Club Events 8 months, 3 weeks ago
“Ted Lighthizer and Dee D’Orazio are signed up and staying at the Best Western Plus High Sierra Mammoth. See ya at Denny’s Friday morning 9am”
Excellent! See you all on Friday. And welcome Tom and Patti McMurry to the guest list today too.
George Marsh started the topic Irwindale Speedway "Night of Destruction" – Moved to November – DATE TBD in the forum Club Events 9 months ago
COMING IN NOVEMBER!!!
Night of Destruction
More details to be posted once we lock in the event with the speedway folks.
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@richard Yes, Richard. I should be able to list the Area Coordinators along with the officers. View