About Driving Tours
As a driving club with a passion for BMW’s, the Club provides many opportunities for various kinds of driving tours. We design tours which lead to a well-known historic landmark, or even an out-of-the-way geographic site.
Members are often delighted to discover interesting places in their own state that they had never before visited or explored. A favorite scenic drive is one which ends at a local tavern or restaurant which enables the members to unwind after the long drive, and get to know each other better.
The simplest form of Driving Tour involves an arranged meeting place—perhaps at a local parking lot—with an organizer leading the way on the prescribed driving tour. Rest stops at scenic vistas and overlooks provide the best chance to enjoy the scenery and camaraderie of the group.
Check out some of our past Spring Drive events.
Our Spring Drive began with no rain – or SNOW! As we gathered in Cranberry to begin our journey, there was an excitement in the air for the drive. Our first drive of the year! Emilio Veneziano was our Drive Master and discussed the course as it had been laid out. A spirited ride through the back roads of Cranberry before jumping on 79 and exiting Bridgeville to take route roads and more back roads to our final destination. What could go wrong? Check out the next newsletter to find out!
Below you can see a few of the photos from the driving tour which took us to Cleveland, Ohio. Destination; The Western Reserve Historical Society and a tour of the Crawford Auto Museum.