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Bimmerfest 2007: Santa Barbara, CA
Mark it on your calendar, Bimmerfest 2007 will be held on May 5, 2007 at the Earl Warren Showgrounds!
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Old 04-25-2007, 12:50 PM
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Whos leaving from PCH area Santa Monica, Malibu, Brentwood, Pacific Palisades,Ventura

And so on. If you are just post here i wana see how many people ill be able to roll with. I know alot are takeing the 101 but i prefer the highway 1. This is my first bimmerfest and i was just wondering whos leaving from these locations.

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just hit up the caravan man. its a lot of fun. even though it seems like a normal drive, when your with a caravan of like +200+ bmws it is really fun. lol.
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just hit up the caravan man. its a lot of fun. even though it seems like a normal drive, when your with a caravan of like +200+ bmws it is really fun. lol.

It's a blast driving along side hundreds of other bimmers. This year I'm going up Friday night though!
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Hey! If you want to kick-it a little, when you're immediately north of Ventura on 101, turnoff at HWY. 33 / OJAI. Go about 12 miles on HWY. 33 and then turn left at HWY. 150 (BALDWIN RD) and you'll be in Bimmer Nirvana. Past Lake Casitas (spectacular) over Casitas Pass into Santa Barbra County. Before you get all the way back to 101 on HWY 150, turn right on to HWY 192 and it will take you to State St. in Santa Barbara. Takes an hour. You will not regret it. And then when you're all Bimmered, bud and Biered-out after Bimmerfest, just cruise 101 back towards home. Watch for bicyclists. This is the route the Amgen Tour of California Bicycle race travels along.
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Old 05-03-2007, 10:54 PM
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Hey! If you want to kick-it a little, when you're immediately north of Ventura on 101, turnoff at HWY. 33 / OJAI. Go about 12 miles on HWY. 33 and then turn left at HWY. 150 (BALDWIN RD) and you'll be in Bimmer Nirvana. Past Lake Casitas (spectacular) over Casitas Pass into Santa Barbra County. Before you get all the way back to 101 on HWY 150, turn right on to HWY 192 and it will take you to State St. in Santa Barbara. Takes an hour. You will not regret it. And then when you're all Bimmered, bud and Biered-out after Bimmerfest, just cruise 101 back towards home. Watch for bicyclists. This is the route the Amgen Tour of California Bicycle race travels along.
I did that last year, though not on the way to fest. Very scenic lake views (see pic) and great road, but quite a detour. Probably adds 45mins-1hr I'd guess.

I'm going up the coast from SM, but I have no idea when I'll leave since I have to wake up and wash the car first. hoping to leave about 8:30 if all goes well.
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