Photos by: Jonathan |
New club member Josh is planning a Meet-up to attend a Drive in movie at the Cascade theater in West Chicago on Saturday June 13th..
Too early to know what movies are playing that night
UPDATE: Movies will be JURASSIC WORLD and INSIDIOUS: CHAPTER 3
UPDATE: Gymkhana event has been postponed to June 14th
The Midwest Austin-Healey Club has invited members of the Chicago MINI motoring Club to participate in a couple of their upcoming events.
WRAPUP: Wow.. what a fun time!! MINIUSA pulled out all the stops. There was food, tech displays, the new F56 JCW on display, great givaways and a nice chance to hang out an visit with new and old club members. Special thanks to Jason, Michelle, and Michelle for all the time and effort in putting on a great event!!
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Photos by: Steve |
The Windy City BMW club has invited the Chicago MINI Motoring Club to participate in their Car Show at Autobahn Racetrack on Saturday May 16th.
This is held in conjunction with their 2 day driving school.
Our annual Spring drive will be on Sunday April 12th.
WRAPUP: A beautiful spring day brought out over 55 MINIs looking for some fun back-roads to explore. A good sized crowd met at Full Moon and generated a bunch of interest from the motorcyclists hanging out there.. We took a short cruise up Greenbay Road and met up with a bunch more MINIs from the Milwaukee MINIs and other area clubs at Jelly Belly in Kenosha. We then headed out for a fun backroads cruise out to the Culvers in Elkhorn Wisconsin. A very fun way to open up the driving season.
Big thanks to Augie, Chris + Allison, Rich, and Sue for pre-driving the route, and to Cathy + Gary for keeping me heading in the right direction during the drive 😉
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Photos by: Steve and the Emroll Family |
We will be taking an exclusive visit to the BellerMuseum in Romeoville, Ill on Sunday March 29th.
This is a Museum primarily of older Ford vehicles from the 1920’s thru 1930’s
WRAPUP: We had a nice group despite the cold and later rainy weather.. The museum was an amazing collection of autos and trucks in various states from showroom perfect to drivable authentic restorations, to waiting to be restored.. Lots of very rare machines and many from similar vintages to compare and contrast the model detail changes from year to year.
Huge thanks to Jordon and Corinne for opening up and sharing this amazing collection, plus the stories behind the vehicles!!
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Photos by: Steve |