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CCR 2004 Frequently Asked Questions

Still have questions?  

Email us at questions@curvecowboyreunion.com


What is the Curve Cowboy Reunion?

A gathering of friends that have a common love for the BMW K1200LT and the camaraderie and spirit this grand motorcycle brings with it.  Rather than call it the K1200LT Rally, we felt that the Curve Cowboy Reunion better represents the spirit and camaraderie that our group has built over the past few years.

What is the History of the Curve Cowboy Reunion?

The Curve Cowboy Reunion started in the summer of 2000 when a group of K1200LT riders decided that it would be great to have a get together centered around the BMW K1200LT and our common interests.  A few of the K1200LT list's enthusiastic members planned and organized the first K1200LT Rally.  Based on the brotherhood and friendship that ensued, along with the spirited riding that took place, it was decided at that point to rename the K1200LT Rally as the Curve Cowboy Reunion. 

  • The first CCR was held in Broken Bow, Oklahoma on September 22-24, 2000 with 45 BMW K1200LTs, 5 other bikes, and 60 participants in attendance. 
  • The second CCR was held in Hot Springs, Arkansas on September 20-23, 2001 with 86 BMW K1200LTs, 6 other bikes, and 132 participants in attendance.
  • The third CCR was held in Santa Fe, New Mexico on September 3-6, 2002 with 155 BMW K1200LTs, 11 other bikes, and 248 participants in attendance. 
  • The fourth CCR was held in Gatlinburg, Tennessee on August 26-29, 2003 with 315 K1200LTs, 36 other bikes, and 498 participants in attendance.

To see some pictures and stories from past reunions, check out the CCR 2001, CCR 2002 and CCR2003 web sites. The next CCR will be held in Breckenridge, Colorado on August 31-September 3, 2003.  For more information on the details, please check out the rest of this web site.  Also, you can look out our Press Release page.

How does the Curve Cowboy Reunion Operate and how are the proceeds of the Curve Cowboy Reunion used?

The Curve Cowboy Reunion is a non-profit (IRS 501 (C) 3) organization.  A great deal of time, effort, and personal expense goes into hosting this event for the benefit of the attendees of the Curve Cowboy Reunion.  All funds collected by the reunion, via donations, reunion fees, and merchandise, are used to operate the reunion for the benefit of all who attend and as an initial seed funding for the following year. Any residual is donated to a local charity.  Nobody in the CCR is in this to make money. If the CCR makes money, it will loose its non-profit status.  The goal is to have a great reunion and to walk away with great memories.

In 2001, the Curve Cowboy Reunion on behalf of all the attendees donated over $1500 to First Step, an organization chartered to provide an array of services for children and adults with developmental disabilities in a community setting including early intervention, preschool, residential homes and supported employment.  Between the Curve Cowboy Reunion's donation and the proceeds of the Bike Wash, over $1800 was secured for First Step.

In 2002, the Curve Cowboy Reunion on behalf of all the attendees donated $5000 to the BMW MOA Foundation, an organization under the BMW Motorcycle Owners of America chartered to carry out educational activities that benefit the BMW Community, motorcycle riders in general and other educational activities related to motorcycling.

In 2003, the Curve Cowboy Reunion on behalf of all the attendees donated $8000 to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Gatlinburg, Tennessee, an organization who's mission is to inspire and enable all young people, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens.  Also, the Curve Cowboy Reunion on behalf of all the attendees donated $500 to Gatlinburg Interact, a Rotary-sponsored service club for young people ages 14-18. The program gives young people an opportunity to participate in fun, meaningful service projects while developing leadership skills and meeting new friends.

I can't attend this year, but I'd like to help. How can I help? 

If you can't attend, but you would like to help in some way, we have a Donation page which will allow you do donate a prize donation or cash donation to support the reunion. 

I'm a vendor, how can I attend or help out?

If you are a vendor, there are two ways you can help.  One is by attending our reunion.  There is no separate vendor charge, but you will be required to register and pay just like any other attendee.  The other is by donating a prize of some sort.  In either case, you and/or your company will be profiled on our website.  You can find out more on the Vendors and Supporters page.

Can I Join in on the Fun if I don't have a K1200LT?

Absolutely!!!  While the Curve Cowboy Reunion is centered around the BMW K1200LT, it is not an exclusive event.  Over the years, we had several other bikes join us for all the activities, including the R1100RT, R1150GS, K1200RS, K1100LT, R1100S. Harley Davidson FLHTCUI, Honda Valkyrie, Honda Gold Wing, Yamaha Royal Star, and Honda V65 Magna.  The Curve Cowboy Reunion doesn't discriminate amongst motorcycles.  We're there for friendship, camaraderie, and spirit that the BMW K1200LT inspires.

Why have the Curve Cowboy Reunion in Breckenridge, Colorado?

The CCR Board of Directors reviewed several site proposals and selected Breckenridge, Colorado as the best location for 2004.

If you have your own ideas or would like to host the CCR in your area next year, please contact us at questions@curvecowboyreunion.com.

Why the week of Labor Day?

Based on feedback from the attendees and other members not able to attend past Curve Cowboy Reunions, it was decided that a Mid-Week format would give the best opportunity to the most people to attend the Curve Cowboy Reunion in 2004.  This format will allow most people to use the weekends on each side of the reunion for travel, thus reducing the need to take additional vacation days to attend.  With Labor Day falling on the tail end of this year's reunion, it gives our attendees one extra day to get back home.

Please see the Schedule page for more information.

Where Should I Stay?

Beaver Run Resort
620 Village Road
P.O. Box 2115
Breckenridge, CO 80424

The host hotel for the annual event is the Beaver Run Resort and Conference Center located near Downtown Breckenridge with easy access to the main getaway to the twisties.  Those familiar with the lodging rates in Breckenridge will recognize the attractive discount rates with the hotel along with several different room options.  The following lists the room rates for CCR 2004:

Room Type

Single Rate

Double Rate

Hotel Room

84.00

84.00

Deluxe Studio

88.00

88.00

One Bedroom Suite

105.00

105.00

Colorado Suite

105.00

105.00

Premium One Bedroom Suite

125.00

125.00

Two Bedroom Suite

160.00

160.00

Premium Two Bedroom Suite

180.00

180.00

With over 500 accommodations Beaver Run Resort has a room and floor plan to suit any taste.
  • Deluxe Studio offers a queen size bed, one pull out sofa, mini kitchen
    and spa tub
  • Colorado Suite features a queen size bed, pull out sofa, mini kitchen, spa tub, fireplace and private balcony
  • One Bedroom/One bath Suite has one queen size bed, one pull out sofa, complete kitchen, fireplace and private balcony
  • One Bedroom Premium Suite one queen size bed, one pull out sofa, complete kitchen, spa tub, fireplace and private balcony
  • Two Bedroom/Two bath Suite, with over twelve hundred square feet, one queen size bed, one pull out sofa, two queen size beds in second bedroom, complete kitchen, fireplace and private balcony
  • Two bedroom Premium Suite, bedding varies, one pull out sofa, complete kitchen, spa tub, fireplace and private balcony.
  • Three and Four Bedroom Suites accommodate from 8 - 10 people, complete kitchen, fireplace and private balcony

NOTE:  There are also 3 and 4 bedroom condos available.  Please inquire of the hotel for rates.

In order to book a room at this hotel and take advantage of the reunion rate, you must follow these instructions:

  1. Register and Pay for the Curve Cowboy Reunion 2004
  2. Once payment has been received, you will be assigned a Confirmation Number via email along with specific instructions on how to make your reservation at the host hotel.
  3. Follow the instructions that are provided in your confirmation email in order to book your reservations at the hotel.

Note:  The CCR has secured ALL rooms at the host hotel.  Reservations at the hotel will be checked against confirmed CCR attendees.  Any reservations which do not match the confirmed attendees will be cancelled.

I called the hotel and they won't book me a room, what do I do?

You must follow the instructions for booking the hotel as described on the Hotel page.  The CCR has secured ALL rooms at the host hotel.  Reservations at the hotel will be checked against confirmed CCR attendees.  Any reservations which do not match the confirmed attendees will be cancelled.

I called the hotel and they don't know about any special rate, what do I do now?

Again, you must follow the instructions for booking the hotel as described on the Hotel page.  The CCR has secured ALL rooms at the host hotel.  Reservations at the hotel will be checked against confirmed CCR attendees.  Any reservations which do not match the confirmed attendees will be cancelled.

What Activities are Planned?

Activities are currently in the planning stage.  Based on the overwhelming success of the Tech Sessions, we plan on having them again this year.  Please check out the Schedule of Events for more information.

How do I get to Breckenridge?

Directions to the event will be posted in the coming weeks.  Please check out the Directions page for more information.

Is there a Reunion Fee?

The Reunion Fee for CCR 2004 is $99 per person.  The Curve Cowboy Reunion is a Non-Profit Organization dedicated to the annual BMW K1200LT Curve Cowboy Reunion. These fees are used to help fund the reunion and make your participation more enjoyable. 

What do I get for my Reunion Fee?

The reunion fee includes admission to all CCR-sponsored functions (with the exception of the Wednesday Night Special Event).  This includes the CCR Opening Reception, Technical Sessions, Seminars, and the Reunion Finale Reunion Banquet. Registration fee for the reunion is $99 per person. Please check out the Schedule of Events for more details on all the fine activities we have in store for you. 

In addition to the schedule of events planned for you, there is an optional Wednesday Night Special Event which has yet to be determined.   We will notify you via email when the event has been determined and the per person pricing has been set.

Do I have to register and pay a fee for my guest(s)?

Yes.  The reunion fee is per person and your guest's fee includes an invitation to the Reunion Welcome Reception and Dinner at the Reunion Banquet.  The reunion fee also grants your guest access to the technical sessions and educational seminars at the reunion.   Without a guest badge, your guest will not be granted access to the reunion activities.

How do I register?

Registration for the Curve Cowboy reunion can be found on the Registration page.  Registering online is the preferred method of registering for the Curve Cowboy Reunion.  You can still decide to pay online or via mail.

Important Note

Registering does not take care of your accommodations at the reunion.  You will still need to make your own arrangements for lodging at the reunion hotels.  Please be sure to visit the Hotel page for details, rates, and booking instructions.

The host hotel for the annual event is the Beaver Run Resort and Conference Center located near Downtown Breckenridge with easy access to the main getaway to the twisties.  Those familiar with the lodging rates in Breckenridge will recognize the attractive discount rates with the hotel along with several different room options.  The following lists the room rates for CCR 2004:

Room Type

Single Rate

Double Rate

Hotel Room

84.00

84.00

Deluxe Studio

88.00

88.00

One Bedroom Suite

105.00

105.00

Colorado Suite

105.00

105.00

Premium One Bedroom Suite

125.00

125.00

Two Bedroom Suite

160.00

160.00

Premium Two Bedroom Suite

180.00

180.00

With over 500 accommodations Beaver Run Resort has a room and floor plan to suit any taste.
  • Deluxe Studio offers a queen size bed, one pull out sofa, mini kitchen
    and spa tub
  • Colorado Suite features a queen size bed, pull out sofa, mini kitchen, spa tub, fireplace and private balcony
  • One Bedroom/One bath Suite has one queen size bed, one pull out sofa, complete kitchen, fireplace and private balcony
  • One Bedroom Premium Suite one queen size bed, one pull out sofa, complete kitchen, spa tub, fireplace and private balcony
  • Two Bedroom/Two bath Suite, with over twelve hundred square feet, one queen size bed, one pull out sofa, two queen size beds in second bedroom, complete kitchen, fireplace and private balcony
  • Two bedroom Premium Suite, bedding varies, one pull out sofa, complete kitchen, spa tub, fireplace and private balcony.
  • Three and Four Bedroom Suites accommodate from 8 - 10 people, complete kitchen, fireplace and private balcony

NOTE:  There are also 3 and 4 bedroom condos available.  Please inquire of the hotel for rates.

In order to book a room at this hotel and take advantage of the reunion rate, you must follow these instructions:

  1. Register and Pay for the Curve Cowboy Reunion 2004
  2. Once payment has been received, you will be assigned a Confirmation Number via email along with specific instructions on how to make your reservation at the host hotel.
  3. Follow the instructions that are provided in your confirmation email in order to book your reservations at the hotel.

Note:  The CCR has secured ALL rooms at the host hotel.  Reservations at the hotel will be checked against confirmed CCR attendees.  Any reservations which do not match the confirmed attendees will be cancelled.

If you didn't complete the registration process by paying your reunion fees, then you will need to re-register using the Registration Page.  The reunion fee for this year has yet to be determined.

I already registered, but now I need to Pay.  How can I pay my reunion fee?

If you haven't paid yet, you really aren't registered.  Only PAID registrations are considered as 'registered'.  If you need to pay, please go back to the the Registration Page and re-register.

I already registered, but I haven't paid yet.  Is my place at the reunion at risk?

Until you have paid your registration fees in full, your registration is not yet confirmed.  The only way you can confirm your registration or book a room at the hotel is to pay your registration fees.  Registrations will be confirmed on a first-pay, first-confirmed basis.  In short, until you pay for your registration at CCR 2004, your place at the reunion is at risk.

What is the Registration Payment Policy?

The host hotel is expected to fill rapidly as a result of the rates and other concurrent events with CCR 2004. Consequently, any rooms reserved by individuals with the hotel, but not registered for CCR 2004 (including full payment of reunion registration fees), will be cancelled from the CCR room block to be resold within thirty (30) days of the start of the event.  

What is the Cancellation Policy?

Because the fixed cost of the event dictates, the Curve Cowboy Reunion Board of Directors regrets the adoption of a no refund policy on CCR registration and related events. The CCR Board of Directors reserves the right to cease acceptance of registration. In short, sign up now Cowboys and Cowgirls for your lodging and watch for the CCR 2004 registration on the web site in order to register as soon as possible!!!

My plans have changed and I cannot attend.  What can I do?

Because the fixed cost of the event dictates, the Curve Cowboy Reunion Board of Directors regrets the adoption of a no refund policy on CCR registration. The CCR Board of Directors reserves the right to cease acceptance of registration. In short, sign up now Cowboys and Cowgirls for your lodging and watch for the CCR 2004 registration on the web site in order to register as soon as possible!!!


Still have questions?  

Email us at questions@curvecowboyreunion.com



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