The Airheads Beemer Club is a non-profit club reclaiming the 'Legendary Motorcycles of Germany'

(MA & VT)Schlaraffenland Treffen Mountain Campout

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Date
09.22.2017 - 09.24.2017

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MA Airheads - Sept. 22 - 24 (VT)Schlaraffenland Treffen Mountain Campout Come join us for the 3rd annual MA “Airheads in Vermont” weekend camp and ride. Enjoy the New England fall foliage, the crisp clean air that comes with it, and explore the mountain roads of Vermont. Sewal Brook Road – South Royalton VT Capacity is limited to the first 20, so RSVP is required. This private property location provides a meadow with ample tent sites, a fire pit, and a cabin with a fully equipped kitchen including refrigerator. The cabin also has a small deck and covered porch. We will provide some additional covered outdoor space (Easy-Up) and access to tools for any minor repair needs during the weekend. We will also provide an outdoor gas grill for cooking. Group breakfast provided, and pot-luck encouraged or BYO dinner to cook on the grill. In the morning there will be free coffee – bring your own cup Saturday and Sunday breakfast – Looking for volunteers to help with cooking. We will be serving eggs, bacon home fries, toast/bagels (self serve) for a voluntary donation. Two miles from town is South Royalton with cafes and restaurants. Of course, there are 100s of miles of fabulous mountain twisties for your riding pleasure. Friday arrival - Bonfire and BYO BT, meet greet and camp setup. Arrivals no earlier than noon. Please RSVP via email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

This event fully embraces club cannons - 

5. Airheads are earthy people who like to camp

7. Airheads don't take themselves, religion or life too seriously

I am planning a visit to the Emerson Motorworks Barn on Saturday after breakfast.  For those of you not familiar - Emerson Motorworks was an independent shop servicing vintage and classic BMWs in VT for a number of years until the owner passed, and left two barns full of a lifetime collection of Airhead parts.  His wife Judy continues to sell bits to the casual passers by.  If there is interest, I will make arrangements with Judy to open the barn for us to do a little "Airhead America Pickers" and see what stray bits you can find to enhance your ride, or maybe you are looking to do a full project and want to pick up a /2 frame to build that custom vintage scrambler you have always wanted...

Should be a great weekend of riding rambling and camaraderie.

Hosted by Tim Hille, MA Airmarshal and Joachim Sturzbecher