Bakersfield Multirotor Dedicated to the fun and exciting hobbies of all things multirotors

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Bakersfield Multirotor

Bakersfield, CA

Join the Club today.   (Click Here)

e: BakersfieldMultirotor@gmail.com
Bakersfield MultiRotor (BMR) Bakersfield Multirotor (BMR) is made up of many parts:

Bakersfield Multirotor Club (AMA Chartered)

As of April 1, 2016, Bakersfield Multirotor became an AMA Chartered Club to be part of the Bakersfield community and to show Bakersfield Multirotor is committed to safety and fun and to have the ability to host AMA sanctioned events with full insurance covering all AMA chartered flying site locations  as necessary.  Join the Club today.   (Click Here) More information about the Club and steps on How to Join are listed at the Frequently asked Questions page. (Click Here)

Bakersfield Multirotor 

(Free group of people from all over the world)

Join today at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BakersfieldMultirotor                 We discuss all things RC & FPV multirotors, wings, and planes. We list events for the club and other interesting events,  Join FaceBook and the BMR FaceBook closed group today.

Bakersfield Multirotor Aerial Photography

Click Here for more information Join today: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BakersfieldMultirotor  We are just a group of people interested in all things RC Multirotor Aerial Photography. BMR Aerial Photography is not a club or an organization. Those who take part in group discussions or activities are not responsible for the actions of other members of the group. Each participant and member of the group bears the sole responsibility for his or her actions and any damage they cause to people or property. By participating in this group, you accept sole responsibility for your actions. If we are flying at an AMA Chartered field, you may need to be a club member but you can Join for 3 months for free and all pilots must be an AMA member.  If flying at other locations, club membership is not required.  All flyer’s fly at their own risk.
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Bakersfield Multirotor Dedicated to the fun and exciting hobbies of all things multirotors

Join Today

Bakersfield Multirotor

Bakersfield, CA

Join the Club today.   (Click Here)

e: BakersfieldMultirotor@gmail.com
Bakersfield MultiRotor (BMR) Bakersfield Multirotor (BMR) is made up of many parts:

Bakersfield Multirotor Club (AMA

Chartered)

As of April 1, 2016, Bakersfield Multirotor became an AMA Chartered Club to be part of the Bakersfield community and to show Bakersfield Multirotor is committed to safety and fun and to have the ability to host AMA sanctioned events with full insurance covering all AMA chartered flying site locations as necessary.  Join the Club today.   (Click Here) More information about the Club and steps on How to Join are listed at the Frequently asked Questions page. (Click Here)

Bakersfield Multirotor 

(Free group of people from all over the world)

Join today at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BakersfieldMulti rotor                 We discuss all things RC & FPV multirotors, wings, and planes. We list events for the club and other interesting events,  Join FaceBook and the BMR FaceBook closed group today.

Bakersfield Multirotor Aerial

Photography

Click Here for more information Join today: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BakersfieldMulti rotor  We are just a group of people interested in all things RC Multirotor Aerial Photography. BMR Aerial Photography is not a club or an organization. Those who take part in group discussions or activities are not responsible for the actions of other members of the group. Each participant and member of the group bears the sole responsibility for his or her actions and any damage they cause to people or property. By participating in this group, you accept sole responsibility for your actions. If we are flying at an AMA Chartered field, you may need to be a club member but you can Join for 3 months for free and all pilots must be an AMA member.  If flying at other locations, club membership is not required.  All flyer’s fly at their own risk.