Gold Wing Road Riders Association (GWRRA), Minnesota District, represents the states of Minnesota and North Dakota.
We would like to invite you and your family to join us for some fun and motorcycle riding. The District has
many chapters spread around the state that have monthly socials, weekly dinner rides (from April through September). The District has
an annual rally that is heald in different locations around the state.
Check out all the events page for all of the details on the rides and other events, including our Saturday
breakfasts. If you have any questions contact the people listed on the contacts page. They will love to answer any questions about the District.
A link is available for GWRRA membership info or to join GWRRA by selecting the international logo in the upper left of this page.
The latest messages from the director
2017 Riding Season Over?
Posted: 02 Nov 2017 07:40 AM
Well, with snow on the ground and the temps staying low all day, riding will probably slow down. As we look back at the newsletters this past year the MN & ND District has had a very active riding season in 2017. This is great!!
Now, seeing the beginnings of 2018 calendar plannings the fun continues. The Chapters are very busy all year long. Be sure to check the calendar often to keep up with events and activities.
Be sure to read Rider Education article this month. Joy has a lot of information about the Levels Program.
Amy's article in Training briungs more information explaining modules.
Have a great November, have fun with your and other MN & ND District Chapters.
Joe &Jan Marek
GWRRA MN &ND District Directors.
Fall is on the way
Posted: 07 Sep 2017 09:17 PM
We are back from Wing Ding. We want to thank John Henry, Chapter Q and Amy Peterson Chapter O for being the flag bearers for the GWRRA MN & ND District at the opening.
There is a Fall chill in the air, it is a reminder that our riding season is getting shorter. We hope that all of us can still get a lot of riding in in the next few weeks. Remember, school is open (buses), corn is ripe (tractors w/wagons) and the deer will be on the run to get to the fields as the corn is picked. Ride safe, be alert and watch out for those left-hand turns.
Joe & Jan District Directors