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March 30, 2024 @ 5:30 pm

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Join us on Saturday, March 30th, 2024 5:30PM for our Dare to Dream your Ride event, Drive-in Movie Style, bring your own chair with VIP Guest Experts to help you plan your next adventure!


Northern California BDR Documentary Screening with Special Guests Richard Fews, Ricky Rodriguez and Aaron Rankin – Food Beverages – Raffle Prizes – BMW Rider Academy Discounted Sign-Up – A Great Experience


Guest Speaker:

  • Richie Fews – NorCal BDR Film Rider & BMW Rider Academy Instructor

We are using this night to Inspire you to Dare to Dream your ride. Whether it’s Training, Riding Northern California or planning your Epic Adventure Internationally.

We will have a panel of VIP Expert Adventure Guests to guide you through planning your own adventures.

Joining us will be the charismatic Aaron Rankin of the Performance Center to talk about available training for on and off road. It’ll be a great time and your only opportunity to sign up for BMW Rider Academy classes at a discount.

Aaron will be joined by Richard Fews, Lead Instructor at the Riding Academy, and certified International Tour Guide. Richie is also featured in the NorCal BDR Film.

Bring all of your BMW Motorrad questions on how to plan your next adventure and remember to come back to San Jose BMW and share your story with us after your next adventure!

Aaron Rankin

Aaron Rankin’s students range from law enforcement officers to racecar drivers. His goal is to help riders develop confidence in their abilities and achieve a feeling of accomplishment, all with an emphasis on safety – both theirs and others. “It is not the speed that gets you. It’s the sudden stop that hurts!” But no matter how advanced the bike or experienced the rider, “You can never receive too much training. Sign up for classes, trust what the instructor tells you and always practice!”

Ricardo Rodriguez

A motorcycle rider since the age of 7, Ricardo Rodriguez’s twin passions are bikes and teaching. For many years, this BMW Rider Academy pro has given riding confidence to everyone from police to teens, both here in the U.S. and abroad. Emergency Braking (with and without ABS and traction control), Avoidance and Tight Circles are his favorite exercises; rider safety is his major concern. Advice to new riders? “Always look where you want to go, and be as smooth as possible with your controls.”

Richard Few

A rider since the age of 17 with 12 podium finishes in Motocross racing, Richard Few knows his way around a track. He also knows how students have different needs and wants, and adapts instruction techniques to each individual. Students are challenged to be open-minded and expect the unexpected; an easy way to get them to learn and change their riding behavior is the Washboards and Ruts exercise. His advice: “Stay within your limits until they are broadened by proper practice and training.”

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