Welcome new members!

For those of you who are new to the Billings Motorcycle Club® (BMC), the Club was established over 100 years ago in 1914. Despite a unique geographical motorsports location, the BMC and Billings have remained on the leading edge of motorcycling. BMC was one of the first member-only clubs in the United States to acquire its own land for riding, racing and public entertainment.

The BMC property is one of the largest and most dynamic pieces of land in the Nation that hosts every standard motorcycle-type event and beyond, with 1,421 acres of private land. The club itself is a steward of all motorcycle riding privileges and also intimately involved in Montana off-road riding protection, rider safety and motorcycle community participation.

BMC is part of the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) which was formed in 1924.  BMC was granted charter #15 in that year, the charter which is still in effect to this day.  This puts the Club among ten of the longest running, continuously-sanctioned/chartered AMA supporting organizations in the United States.  BMC is a strong supporter of the AMA’s goal to protect motorcyclist’s right to ride, both safely on the country’s roadways, off-road and on closed-course tracks.  The AMA stands for Rights.Riding.Racing. many BMC members are also AMA Members.

New Member Orientation

Join the Next Orientation Gathering at the Club and see the New BMC Member Overview here

After the Membership packets are handed out, and other times throughout the year, “New Member Orientations” are held at the Club grounds to provide an overview of Club Membership, privileges, safety and participation. All new members are required to attend an Orientation Gathering at the Club grounds. Your application Sponsors can also answer questions you might have, and don’t forget about your BMC Officers, Board Members and Key Personnel, they too are happy to answer questions.

1,421 Acres of property, 8 tracks and miles of trails and hills

Motocross • Supercross • Hill Climbs • Flat Track • ATV Track • Sand Drags • Endurocross • Cross Country

Check out the Main Grounds Tracks & Maps Here

The BMC promotes a variety of competitive and non-competitive events each year. These range from club member only rides, to public events that include motocross, supercross, cross-country, flat track, TT Scrambles, hill climb series up to the club’s signature event, the Great American Championship Motorcycle Hill Climb.

The Club Needs Your Help

Part of your Membership is providing volunteer time to help with the Club events and other grounds and event tasks.

Learn more about helping your Club with your skills, at a Work Party or event Here

BMC is a member-driven organization, with over 325 “Active” member families, plus “Lifetime” members and other community riders helping the club on a volunteer basis produce more than 20 competitive events per year, maintain the club-owned property and serve as ambassadors to the local community and region. It is a rare situation where such a large organization can function on a dedicated volunteer basis, but such is the case for BMC. The BMC membership cap has limits, but there are always openings at the beginning of each new year that are filled by prospective applicants from the previous year’s applicant list. If you know an interested party who would be a good fit for the club, pick up an application at the next BMC Meeting or look at the Forms in the Members section of this web site.

Member Meetings: Twice per month, All Year

  • Stay in touch with the Clubs happenings and events
  • BMC meetings are held on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month, during the entire year.
  • The Executive Board meets from 7-8PM; with 7:45 to 8PM open for other members to come before the board with comments, suggestions and other issues.
  • The Regular Member meeting is from 8-9PM.

Meetings are at the Knights of Columbus Hall
2216 Grand Ave, Billings, MT 59102, (Next to Uhaul)

BMC Directions, Location and Mailing Address

BMC Quick Directions:

In Billings, Exit 447 off of I-90, onto South Billings Boulevard (heading South), continue South across the Yellowstone river bridge, turn left at Casey’s Corner Exxon Station, go 1.5 miles along the river to  the large white gate on the right and enter.

BMC Grounds Location (Map Apps and GPS)

3630 Old Blue Creek Rd.
Billings, MT 59101

BMC Mailing Address

PO Box 20421
Billings, MT 59104
(Forms, Dues Etc)


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