June 2023 Drive North to El Vado Lake

By Donnette and Scott Wagner   The BMW CCA New Mexico Chapter June 2023 Cardinal Point Drive North started early Saturday morning, June 10, 2023 at historic Bode’s General Store in Abiquiu, New Mexico. Bode’s roots go back to the original Grants Mercantile in 1890, as a general store, post office, stagecoach stop and jail when Abiquiu Read More

March 2023 Drive to Santa Rosa

By Jim Levandoski and Curtis Holloway The BMW CCA New Mexico Chapter March 2023 driving adventure started in Tijeras, where most of us gathered at the Tijeras East Mountain Public Library at 8:30 am on March 11, 2023. A number of brave souls arrived early despite a cold and windy NM morning. One car of Read More

2022 Karl Fox Memorial Fall Tour

By Christina and Rob Anthony   The BMW Car Club of America New Mexico Chapter held its annual Karl Fox Memorial Fall Tour on Saturday, October 22 and Sunday, October 23, 2022. This year’s tour featured a route that wove through the Sangre de Cristo mountain range in Northern New Mexico with multiple historical and culinary stopsduring what Read More

2022 Drive 4 Corners Tour

By Jim Levandoski Drive 4 Corners was started about 12 years ago for BMW CCA members from Colorado, Arizona, Utah, and New Mexico to meet each other with a group drive aimed to be a laid back weekend focused on driving mountain roads and exploring the region with other enthusiasts. Texas chapters were also represented. Read More

July 2022 Taos Enchanted Circle Drive

It wasn’t planned this way, but the BMW CCA New Mexico Chapter Taos Enchanted Circle Drive on July 16, 2022 was a New Mexico True 50 Jahre BMW M celebration with all cars participating either ///M or ///M Sport Package equipped. After appreciating the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge from the nearby meeting point on US 64, the group powered its way on Read More

2022 Trinity Site Tour

By Rob Anthony   On April 2, 2022, 12 BMWs and 23 participants joined the BMW Car Club of America New Mexico Chapter for a tour of the Trinity Site, where the world’s first atomic bomb was detonated on July 16th, 1945. Participants drove from as far away as Farmington to the North and El Paso Read More