The Committee determines the BMWMCC Person of the Year Award trophy using a combination of points awarded by participating in Club events and a Member's contribution to the Club's organisation or activities. What's On points will be awarded to Members who register and attend designated club events. These are marked on the Event calendar after the title as a 'Club Event'.
You will be awarded points on your validated attendance at 'Club Events' for:
Members can register for an event before and up to 24 hours after each club event, after which the event will be locked. It is your responsibility to register for an event and Vice President may validate your attendance and resolve any disputes.
If you do not register for an event, you will not be awarded any points, even if you do or have attended an event. This process intended to encourage member interaction with the Club, facilitate event planning and make the VP's role somewhat easier. In case of disputes, the VP decision is final.
Awarded in good spirit to the Club Member who has the misfortune to leave their motorcycle in a spectacular if inglorious manner.
|2021||No Nominations||No one confessed to having a moment; were riding due to COVID-19; or had a misadventure moving their motorcycle around in the garage.|
|2020||Stephen Murray||Returning from the 2020 Off Centre Rally (Adels Grove / Stone Henge Qld), Stephen and F750GS parted company on the dirt near Isisford Qld. Some side of road panel beating had the panniers reattached, Stephen in good order and bike & rider retained home to Queanbeyan.|
|2019||Graeme Jones||On his way to the BMWTCNSW Far Cairn Rally @ Tottenham, Graeme pulled over into the truck bay at the top of the Brown Mountain and on to an oil slick. You can guess the rest. Graeme rode on to the rally.|
|2018||Martin Robertson||Whilst riding home from the Off Centre Rally 0218, Martin and his K75xc parted ways 6.3km east of Finke NT in some deep sand. Martin had a trip with the RFDS to Alice Springs and hospital before heading home whilst his K75xc took the road train to Adelaide before being reunited at home.|
|2017||Graeme Jones||On his way to the Far Cairn Rally and entering the Tottenham service station Graeme clipped the kerb flipping his trailer and dropping his K1100RT. More emotional than physical damage to rider and bike.|
|2016|| Bob Ellison||Whilst returning from the 2016 Off Centre Rally at Mungerannie SA Bob dropped his 2nd F800GS in Cooper Creek SA. After an 8-week repair, the bike was written off.|
|2015|| Simmo Jatinnen||Whilst crossing Angle Crossing near Williamsdale ACT, Simmo drowned, writing off his week old R1200GSA.|
|2014|| Bob Ellison||Having taken up adventure riding Bob terminally crashed his 1st F800GS on the Bobeyan Road, near Brayshaws Hut ACT.|