Not an official club event, but a few people will be taking a short cruise to visit the Mars Cheese Castle in Kenosha.
WRAPUP: 9 MINIs came out for a warm but wet morning drive. One flat tire mishap was quickly repaired and we made our way to the Cheese Castle for some shopping and eating.
Photos by : Steve |
WRAPUP: It was a beautiful but chilly day. Over 50 MINIs attended our last driving event of the season. Bill Jacobs MINI graciously opened up on a Sunday and even brought us a tasty breakfast and some nice give-aways. After a fun drive thru some nice twisty roads we ended the day at MJ’s Pub & Grill.. some people went on to visit Starved Rock state park. Thanks again to the staff at Bill Jacobs, and MJ’s Pub, plus Chris B. for helping with arrangements and morning check-in, and Lee E. with route planning assistance!!
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Photos by: Steve | Sylvia |
Video by: Simon |
Ram from http://www.bmwminicoding.com/ will be back in town to program options to change some settings in our Gen1, Gen2, or Gen 3 MINI.
Popular options include:
Turn off bulb checks (for those that want to use LED lights without resistors)
Removal of navigation disclaimer
Side mirrors auto folding on lock and unlock (BMW only)
Auto closing of sunroof when rain is detected
Enabling rear fogs
Sexy double blink emergency flashers
Wrapup: We had a good bunch of people for a day of hanging out and getting options coded Huge thanks to Ram for driving in from Madison to make this event happen!!
Photos by: Steve |
Club members Craig and Beth N. have planned a casual drive in Wisconsin ending in Mt Horeb for lunch at the Grumpy Toll Brew Pub.
We received a notice of a club discount to attend the Miles Ahead Driving School in Indianapolis on October 22nd.
Check out details below.
The Northwest Indiana MINIacs has been a lot more active of late..
They have extended an invitation to Chicago MINI Motoring Club members to attend their next event on October 26th, when they will be motoring up to Tabor Hill Winery in Michigan via back roads.