The club meets at 8pm on the third Wednesday of the month at Sturgess Hall, Chatfield Avenue, Balwyn (Deepdene), Melbourne. Melway ref: P46 A8
The club welcomes people who have an interest in classic motorcycles; those being motorcycles 25 years old or older. You may also  join the club without owning a classic bike.
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Eildon Rally Report July 2017

This rally was a late addition to the club’s events calendar and a welcome one, filling a midwinter gap. Thanks go to Ian Snadden, Rob van Lohuizen and Richard Sommerville for organising it. Socialising started as soon as we arrived at the motel at Eildon and continued Friday evening at the Golden Trout Motel Bistro during dinner. Cold weather seems to enhance a sense of togetherness. It was good to have most of the bikes snugly tucked away beneath the motel verandah.

Midweek Ride Report July 5th 2017

We gathered at the Shell service station on the corner of Williamsons Road and Porter Street Templestowe for a 9am start. As predicted it was that sort of morning, a ‘shall I’ or ‘won’t I’ decision whether to pull on the wet weather gear. Along with several others, I compromised with water proof trousers and normal leather jacket on top.

3rd Sunday Geelong Shed Run 18/06/2017

 

Rod Dutton kindly put up his hand for this month`s shed run. Ten riders assembled for a run taking in some of the roads used on the previous T.A.R.T. run. From our start point Rod took us through the lights at Warn Ponds shopping centre along Pioneer Rd. to Torquay Rd. turning left into Reserve Rd. getting out of the Metro area and onto Horseshoe Bend Rd. where we passed through what will be a new housing estate.

Geelong First Sunday Ride June 2017

The first ride in winter and a snappy 4 degrees, kept numbers down to just 6 dedicated riders; all be it cold ,fine sunny conditions awaited us. No set destination had been planned. So after a brief discussion, we decided a trip to the Otway`s was the go; with Forest the place to visit.......