GWRRA Minnesota Chapter N

Gold Wing Road Riders Association



WELCOME to Gold Wing Road Riders Association (GWRRA), Minnesota Chapter "N", is based in the South Metro area of Minneapolis and St. Paul!

Please join us for fun and safe motorcycle riding, as well as lots of non-riding activities!

Check out our events page for all,the details.

Our safe miles are over 80,000. Thanks for sharing your safe miles with Scott Neurauter. Let's see if we can meet 100,000 by the end of our riding season this year. 

If you have any questions feel free to contact us. We would love to answer any questions about the chapter.

There is a link available to find out more about GWRRA and to join on the Links page.

Have a question? Contact any member of the chapter staff listed on the Contact page, or the webmaster Jim Rivord.

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Recent newsletter

April Newsletteer
Posted: 3/24/2019

Chapter Newsletter for April, 2019

March Newsletter
Posted: 2/27/2019

Newletter for March, 2019

February 2019 Newsletter
Posted: 1/30/2019

February 2019 Newsletter

January 2019 Newsletter
Posted: 12/31/2018

January 2019 Newsletter

December 2018 Director Chair
Posted: 12/2/2018

December 2018 Director Chair

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Upcoming Events

Kickoff to Riding Season - Potluck 4/27/2019  
Tentative Ride to Taylors Falls 4/28/2019 East Ride Point - Holiday Gas Station - Rosemount
Breakfast Meeting at Apple Valley American Legion 5/4/2019 American Legion
Dinner Ride - Cowboy Jacks 5/9/2019  
Cat Sanctuary 5/11/2019  
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Recent Blog Posts

Prarie du Chien over night June 29 .   mitch brumitt | 1/6/2019
There are rooms secured at the Frontier Motel 302 Ist St. McGregor Iowa at a rate of $100 per night. + tax. for this event. 
Interested persons should make your own reservations with Todd @ 1-563-873-3497.  8 rooms have ben secured in my name or GWRRA.  Let me know if you have ...Click the title for the full post
How It's Made Goldwing Motorcycles YouTube Video   Joanne Carlson | 6/20/2018
We noticed this video link posted by Jim Rivord and thought we would share it on our site as well.  A nice recap of how they build motorcycles. If the link doesn't work when you click it, you may have to copy it from this post and paste it into your browser. the title for the full post
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