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Australian Motor Bike Clubs

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Annandale-Leichhardt Motorcycle Club
http://www.almcc.com.au/
Annandale-Leichhardt Motorcycle Club is Australia's premier sidecar club. We have members racing in all categories from Classic, Post Classic, Forgotten Era, Modern F1 and Modern F2. Our members compete in the Australian Sidecar Championship, various state titles and club rounds. In 2008, we celebrated 100 years as a club, and 75 years of affiliation with Motorcycling Australia, and its predecessors. We welcome anyone interested in sidecar racing.

The Antique Motorcycle Club of Australia
http://www.antiquemcc.org.au/
The Antique Motorcycle Club of Australia was formed about 25 years ago because it was felt that there was a real need to encourage older (particularly Veteran) motorcycles back out onto the roads. We organise our runs and rallies to cater for the older machines, in an attempt to see these great machines back on the roads with no pressure on them to perform.

Auckland Motor Cycle Club
http://www.amcc.org.nz/home
Whether you just want to burn off energy hooning round the track for fun, or get serious with some big bike action, the AMCC offers motorcycle events for all ages and experience. Plus opportunities to learn riding techniques and motorcycle tuning/setting up with friendly people who know what they're doing. Not to mention making new friends and some great social occasions. Newcomers are always welcome.

Ballarat Rovers Motor Cycle Club
http://www.ballaratroversmcc.com.au/index.php
The Ballarat Rovers Motor Cycle Club is Great Family Club established in 1952 They have a long history of community & charity work, with superb facilities at Monza and club rooms where they run family social events throughout the year.

Bankstown Wiley Park Motorcycle Club
http://www.bwpmcc.com.au/
The Bankstown Wiley Park Motorcycle Club was established in 1951. For the last 60 years the club has catered to competition motorcycling and is currently actively involved in Road Racing, Sporting Trials and Dirt Track. The club is proud to have been associated with many riders who have achieved and continue to achieve great local and international success.

http://www.ozbearsracing.com/
http://www.ozbearsracing.com/
Welcome to the BEARS AUSTRALIA MOTORCYCLE RACING CLUB. If you're interested in racing a BEARS bike, or just interested in BEARS bikes then we're for you.

Bikers Australia
http://www.bikersaustralia.com.au/
Bikers Australia is a well-known social organisation with branches in Sydney, Gilgandra and Young, promoting and participating in runs, bike shows, rallies and community-assistance projects. Branches meet monthly usually mid-week to organise upcoming events and socialize; followed by a ride on the following weekend.

Bikers For Christ
http://bikersforchrist.org.au/
Bikers For Christ is a motorcycle ministry where members ride their bikes and participate in events which put them in places where God can use them to minister & evangelise.

Blackall Range Motorcycle Club
http://www.brmc.asn.au/
The Blackall Range Motorcycle Club is a relatively small club situated on the range and surrounds of the beautiful Sunshine Coast, one hours ride north of Brisbane, Queensland. The club is devoted to enjoying day rides, weekend overnighters, and social activities. Like to come along?

BMW Club of NSW
http://www.bmwtcnsw.org/
BMW club of NSW organises events such as touring rides, weekend rides, day-rides, maintenance days and some social activities. BMW ownership is not essential for membership, only an interest in riding and/or touring. The club possesses a number of special tools for working on BMW motorcycles for members use. Also they provide Club Registration and other support for vintage

BMWs Canberra District Ducati Club
http://www.cddc.org.au/
This site provides information about the club, its activities and members. The Canberra District Ducati Club (CDDC) works closely with local service and training agencies to promote safe and enjoyable riding of Italian motorcycles in the ACT region. Anyone interested in Italian bikes is welcome (Ducati, MV Agusta, Aprilia, Cagiva, Moto Guzzi, Laverda etc).

Celtic Warlocks Brotherhood and Sisterhood
http://www.freewebs.com/celticwarlocks/
The Celtic Warlocks Brotherhood and Sisterhood was established for serious motorcycle riders and enthusiasts to share life's experiences, enjoy life and generally have a good time riding and partying with a trusted group of likeminded Brothers and Sisters. The Club attempts to maintain a balance between loyalty to the Club and the expectations and responsibilities imposed on us by life, family, and work.

Christian Motorcyclist Association
http://www.cmaaus.org/qld/
Join us in enjoying the freedom of the open road and the spiritual freedom given from our wonderful saviour. Why not leave us a quick G'day in the guest book, or check out when you can next join us on a ride by either browsing to the 'What's on' or contacting your local ride co-ordinator. All are welcome. See you on the road.

Compadres Christian Motorcycle Club
http://www.compadrescmc.com/
Formed in early 1996 in Western Sydney by four like-minded friends, the Compadres were launched quietly, with no back patch’s and even less fanfare. Originally the club had no name, they were just four friends, three on Japanese bikes and one on a Harley who sought a deeper meaning to their lives – lives that had been touched by the almighty.

Cruiser Riders
http://www.cruiserriders.com/
Cruiser Riders is an easy going social motorcycling group for people with a passion for cruiser style motorcycles and having a great time with people who have a common interest. The founders of the club had a vision of having a cruiser club without prejudice towards bikes or people.

CBX-6 Owners' Club of Australia
http://www.cbx6.com.au/index.htm
The CBX-6 Owners' Club of Australia, a non-profit club, was founded in April 1991 by Garry Fuller and Lindsay Peterkin. As owners of CBXs they felt that such a unique bike should be preserved for present and future enthusiasts. At first it was intended to be a Club just for the Hunter Valley Region but they decided to go National.

Diggers Military Motorcycle Club
http://www.diggersmmc.com.au/pages/intro.php
The DIGGERS Military Motorcycle Club is not a 1% club, but an organisation for Regular, Reserve and Ex-serving members of the Australian Defence Force - Army, Navy, Air Force as well as members of all Commonwealth Forces.

Ducati Owners Club of New South Wales
http://www.docnsw.org.au/
The Ducati Owners Club of New South Wales was founded in 1976 by a small group of Ducati owners interested in sharing the passion of their Italian motorcycles with others. Today it has grown to around 400 members who now share that same passion.

Easyriders Australia SMC
http://www.easyridersaustralia.com/
Easyriders Australia SMC is a family orientated social motorcycle club with a good christian faith , based upon casual fun rides with our mates , for people who are mature, law abiding , who are happy to socialise while spending a day or so on a motorcycle worldwide.

God Squad Christian Motorcycle Club
http://gscmc.com/
God’s Squad Christian Motorcycle Club is a group of bike enthusiasts coming together to bring faith particularly to the outlaw biker fraternity. As a recognisable identity within the outlaw biker scene, God's Squad provides an important chaplaincy role, responding to personal needs as well as performing the more traditional functions of marriages, baptisms and funerals.

Harley Owners Group (HOG) – Australia
http://www.harley-davidson.com/wcm/Content/Pages/HOG/HOG.jsp?locale=en_AU
Harley-Davidson® established the Harley Owners Group® in 1983 in response to a growing desire by Harley® riders for an organized way to share their passion and show their pride.

Historic Motorcycle Club of Queensland

http://www.historicmotorcycle.org.au/
The objectives of the HMCCQ Inc are to encourage proper restoration and preservation of the following classes of motorcycles: Veteran, Vintage, Post Vintage, Post War, Historic.

Heretics Darwin
http://www.heretics-darwin.com/
We are a Social Motor Cycle Club not an outlaw club, started by six like-minded riders. Who when time permits like to get out together on rides and as you can tell by looking at the photos we enjoy a party. We like to see everyone have a good time.

Honda Rider’s Club Australia
http://www.hondampe.com.au/repository/motorcycles/riders_club/riders_club.aspx
Honda Riders Club Wraps Up, 25 January 2010 – Honda Australia has announced that they will be restructuring the management of their various high profile events and as a result, will cease operations of the Honda Riders Club of Australia (HRCA) effective immediately. All events to take place from this point on will be branded under the corporate Honda banner.

Illawarra Trail Bike Riders
http://www.trailbike.com.au/
We're just a group of local Dirt Bike Riders who get together as often as possible to enjoy some of the great enduro riding to be found on the south coast of NSW. There is no actual club structure. We just use a email list to organise an enduro ride as often as possible. We usually try to organise a ride every fortnight. Usually at Nowra or Milton Ulladulla but have been known to venture further afield. Anyone is welcome to join us for a ride anytime. See our Email List for details.

Kysa Motorcycle Rides
http://www.meetup.com/kysamotorcyclerides/
An all girls motorcycle group! Rides out around the Gold Coast, Brisbane & northern NSW, any lady riders, any age and at any riding level that would like to ride with other ladies are welcome!

Longriders CMC Australia
http://www.longriders.com.au/
Longriders CMC Australia is a christian motorcycle club with four chapters in three states. Currently we have a chapter in Melbourne, Victoria; Adelaide and Murray Bridge, in South Australia; and in the Hunter Valley, New South Wales. We also have country members who live in different parts of Australia, where there are no organised chapters.

Motorcycling Australia (MA)
http://www.ma.org.au/
Motorcycling Australia (MA) is the governing body of motorcycle sport in Australia. Our core business is to develop and apply the rules and regulations of the sport and represent our 25,000+ members Australia-wide. We are also responsible for all Australian Championships and Series’.

Misfits Social Motorcycle Club
http://www.misfitssmc.com.au/
Misfits Social Motorcycle Club is located in South East Qld, our member’s range from the northern suburbs of Brisbane through to the Gold Coast. The club is open to riders over the age of 21 with a motorcycle over 500cc. Misfits Social Motorcycle Club is a non-political, family friendly and fully independent club although we support other clubs and their charitable functions.

Natureland Classic Motorcycle Club
http://www.naturelandclassicmotorcycleclub.org.au/
The aim of the club is to encourage motorcycling and the camaraderie that goes with it. In particular, the use of classic motorcycles, be they 50 year old British, middle of the road Russian or 5 year old Japanese, so that the skills and innovations of generations of craftsmen are not lost forever in the scrap pile of modern society but are preserved and brought to life for generations to come.

Norton Owner’s Club of NSW
http://www.nocnsw.org.au/
The Norton Owners Club of NSW has existed since May 1981. The present membership is in around 100 members, scattered throughout Australia. The principal aim of the club is to provide a means whereby anyone with an interest in Nortons can share ideas, technical information, and camaraderie with other Norton enthusiasts. This has now resulted in more Nortons back on the road than ever before in the Club’s history.

Patriots Australia SMC
http://www.patriots-australia.com/
Patriots Australia is a Social Motorcycle Club for serving, former regular and reserve members of the Australian, Commonwealth and Allied Defence Forces. Our Members form a proud and loyal brotherhood who share the bond of Military service, all of whom have dedicated part of their lives in the Defence of Freedom for their Country. We do not discriminate on the basis of gender, nationality, orientation or creed. Having served to protect democratic principles, we do not support any form of criminal activity or illegal act that contravenes Commonwealth or State Laws.

Phoenix Motorcycle Club of SA
http://phoenixmcc.org.au/
The Phoenix Motorcycle Club of SA (inc) is affiliated with Motorcycling South Australia. We are a non profit sporting club and promoter of Road Racing (closed circuit) events.

Queensland Motoriders
http://www.motoriders.org/
Based around Brisbane, they host Mid Month Rides as well as their members organising their own rides and using their site to plan them.

Rockabilly Riders
www.rockabillyriders.com
Rockabilly Riders is a small (but growing) group of family oriented bike riders that believes in old school values, mateship, respect and enjoying good times with friends. family and other riders. We enjoy riding and socialising at the various events, rides and rallies around S.E.Qld. We share a love of motorcycles, rock n roll music (we can all dance to), tattoos, classic cars, custom bikes and hot rods. New members are always welcome, please come along to one of our monthly BBQ's (details on the ride calendar) or join us on one of our rides or at an event soon.

Rusty Nuts Motorcycle Club
http://www.rustynuts.co.nz/
The Rusty Nuts Motorcycle Club bring you some of the best known events in the New Zealand motorcycle calandar. We run "The Grand Challenge" a 1000 mile (1609km) 24 hour event every October. All our events are open to all riders - we welcome new and young riders. Our events are not easy but the large numbers of riders who return year after year show they are worthwhile.

South Coast Riders – Social Club
http://scrsc.webs.com/
Membership is open to all, we do not discriminate as to gender or type/size of motorcycle you have. The only condition being that you can ride on the road.

Southern Cross Association
http://www.southern-cross-association.org.au/
We are a fun loving group of apparently mature adults who love to ride and socialise. Our group caters for a broad range of riders with our youngest being only 17 years old and our, eldest…. well, god knows!!! Not all members ride bikes, however those that do ride all types of bikes ranging from little 250s through to bigger Japanese, British and American, including Trikes.

St George Motorcycle Club
http://www.stgeorgemcc.com/
The St George Motorcycle Club was established in 1915. It is the aim of this club to unite all motorcycle riders for the sake of good fellowship, sportsmanship and co-operation, and thus create the recognition and friendly feeling of the general public and officials which we claim is due to all motorcycle riders.

Sunstate Riders
http://www.sunstateriders.com.au/
Sunstate Riders are a group of friends who ride together. The aim of this web site is to bring together bikers who enjoy weekend rides with other bikers, but don’t want the commitment that would normally be associated with a club. We go on regular rides and these can vary from a half day ride to a weekend rally, many of which are listed on the events page.

Tasmanian Motorcycle Club
http://www.tasmotorcycleforum.freeforums.org/
The Tasmanian Motorcycle Club conduct "RACE DAYS" and "RIDE/CLINIC DAYS" in accordance with Motorcycling Australia Regulations at various times throughout the year. Race days are just that, but ride days are different altogether, they are all about having fun and having a controlled environment for riders to hone their skills, road craft and bike knowledge. The club is based at Symmons Plains Raceway, located 30km south of Launceston on the Midlands Highway. The circuit is a 2.4km long circuit, running anti-clockwise.

Ton-Up-Boys Motorcycle Club

http://www.tonupboys.com/
Ton Up Boys is a term in use since the forties used to describe motorcyclists who could crack 100mph - the magic "ton". The current Ton Up Boys Club formed in the early 90's in Sydney. They’re an 'interesting' social group of like-minded enthusiasts into classic British and European motorcycles who share a passion of the 1950's and Rocker culture. They’re a mixed group of all ages and backgrounds, with the primary focus of having some light hearted fun and social group rides.

Triumph Owners Motorcycle Club
http://www.tomcc.com.au/
A group of like-minded enthusiasts formed the Triumph Owners Motorcycle Club in 1981, to foster and promote motorcycle activities and to provide a social and support network for riders of all Triumph motorcycles. The TOMCC also have Associate Membership throughout Australia.

United Motorcycle Council’s Australia
http://www.unitedmotorcyclecouncil.com/
The United Motorcycle Council is a peak group representing motorcycle clubs from throughout Australia. The council has several state chapters and has been formed to provide clubs and individuals with an avenue for dispute resolution. It also aims to break down some of the negative stereotypes about motorcycle clubs and members, and allows bikers to have a say in issues that affect them.

Ulysses
http://www.ulyssesclub.org/
The Ulysses Club for older motorcyclists, the largest organization of its kind in Australia, is now a familiar part of this country's riding scene. The original suggestion for a club for over 50's motorcyclists was put forward in a letter by Stephen Dearnley published in the August 1983 issue of Bike Australia.

Wandering Walgett Wildcats
http://www.wwwildcats.com/
Based in the Central West of the state of New South Wales at Walgett we are a group of motorcycle enthusiasts and have members from all over the North-West and Central West districts. We wear no back patch or rockers but respect and support those that choose to. If it's got 2 or 3 wheels no matter the make or model you'll find you're very welcome in the pack.

Yamaha Owners Club – Australia
http://www.yamahaclub.com/
A site dedicated to providing information and forum for Yamaha owners.

Yamaha XS650 Club of Australia
http://www.xs650.org.au/
The Yamaha XS-650 Club brings together a group of like-minded people which makes owning and riding an XS that much more enjoyable, thus helping to preserve this classic machine. The Yamaha XS-650 is considered the most bullet proof, easy to maintain, and fun to ride motorcycle ever made. The club also has several orginised rides each year, check out their site for more details.
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