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About The Vintage Motorcycle Club of Victoria

The Vintage Motorcycle Club of Victoria Inc. was formed in 1964 by a group of enthusiasts, under the name Motorcycle Collectors Club of Victoria. The Club now has a membership of about 270, from all parts of Victoria.

The aim of the club is to assist members in the acquisition, dating, preservation and restoration of motorcycles manufactured before the end of 1942 (any motorcycle made for military use in WW2 is included).

We actively encourage members and their families to ride their machines, and the Club organizes regular runs (usually close to Melbourne or Geelong) and weekend rallies (usually centered) on a Victorian country town. Members own a wide variety of machines, from veterans through to WW2 military
motorcycles. Help and advice on most makes of motorcycle is readily available to members.

 

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Members may borrow from the Club’s comprehensive library of period motorcycle literature, or purchase parts from the spares scheme, which has commonly used parts (such as beaded edge rims, spokes, tyres, chains cables, etc) available to members at competitive prices.

Our bi-monthly journal Exhaust Notes, which has provision for free advertisements is provided free to members, and is widely regarded as one of the best produced by a vintage motorcycle club in Australia.

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The Vintage Motorcycle Club of Victoria
Registered Number A0006534S
P.O. Box 236, Box Hill 3128

P:   0403 929 978
E:  president@VMCC.com.au
W: vmcc.com.au


The Vintage Motorcycle Club of Victoria Inc. was formed in 1964 by a group of enthusiasts, under the name Motorcycle Collectors Club of Victoria. The Club now has a membership of about 270, from all parts of Victoria.


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