The world’s biggest BMW Motorrad meeting, BMW Motorrad Days will be held from July 7th though the 9tyh at the foot of the Hausberg Mountain in Garmisch-Partenkirchen with a packed program. Deisgned to bring together BMW Motorrad fan community to talk shop as well as enjoy Bavarian culture and customs. Thrilling stunt shows, live music, parties and the latest BMW Motorrad models will make the hearts of thousands of BMW Motorrad fans beat faster once again. Some would say the event’s best feature is free admission.
The BMW Motorrad Days have long established themselves as an event for motorcycle fans from all walks of life. Sports, touring and enduro riders, customizing freaks and even visitors without a motorcycle license all find their niche to feel great and have loads of fun in the beergarden or in the evening at one of the many parties offering live music. Among the celebrities there will be actor Hannes Jaenicke and Daniel Roesner as well as singer and RR fan Wincent Weiss.
Seemingly defying the laws of gravity in the original Motodrome where four BMW R25 motorcycles will be on the wall at the same time. What’s promised to be an amazing stunt show features freestyle artists Mattie Griffin and Sarah Lezito and truly unique customization work, accompanied by live rock music on the Pure & Crafted stage in the evening can all be found in the Custom Village.
Every motorcycle includes memorable rides and BMW Motorrad Days is no exception. The Zugspitz region around Garmisch, one of the most scenic regions in Germany, can be explored by BMW Motorrad Days visitors in full or half day tours as well as on panorama tours with local guides.
Those wanting to enjoy the latest riding craze of heading off road, the Enduro Track at the foot of the Hausberg makes for exciting riding both for newcomers and ambitious enduro enthusiasts. Here offroad fans can explore what a BMW GS-bike can really do off the beaten track – under professional guidance. Experienced instructors show visitors of all skill levels how much fun off-road riding can be.
Being able to talk directly to the BMW Motorrad developers, engineers and test riders always meets with great response. Here visitors can really get a close-up look into how the BMW Motorrad development department works. What is more, globetrotters and motorcycle legends such as Michael Martin, Rolf Lange, Christoph Köhler of MotorCircus or Lei Jona will be reporting on their exciting experiences in the BMW Motorrad Cinema in the US Lodge.
Last year, the event attracted 35,000 visitors who consumed some 17,000 liters of beer, 14,000 liters of soft drinks, 3,500 portions of chicken, 2,000 portions of curry sausage and 1,800 burgers.