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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1st Sunday Geelong–Ballarat ride 5 Feb

After hearing the weather report for Sunday consisting of thunderstorms and rain it was with great trepidation that I headed my little bike in the direction of Geelong and whiled away a pleasant hour and a bit travelling from Smythesdale. Pleasant because not only didn’t I see any rain but not even any wet roads. Turnout exceeded my wildest expectations, and it was 14 bikes which left Waurn Ponds headed for the Corindhap pub.

Northern Loop Ride 22 January 2017

A beautiful sunny morning greeted the club members as they arrived at the designated rendezvous location, with Graham giving aRiders Kinglake ride brief: we were to do a loop through the northern countryside finishing at Yarra valley. Colin’s new Triumph T120 was getting a lot of admiration and comments as it gleamed in the morning sunshine.

15 keen riders and pillion passengers on an assortment of bikes of all ages and sizes headed for Lancefield, where we were to have morning tea and collecting more members, who were joining us for a shorter ride. With Graham leading the way and Paul taking the tail end position we headed out through Wildwood, passing the Police horse and canine complexes, passing hobby farms and horse studs. Flocks of Galahs & Cockatoos took flight as we streamed past.

Midweek ride Weds 4 January

You would be hard pressed to find a better looking group of 31 guys [ overshadowed however by the 3 girls] on this outing. TheseConorMurphy Indian midweek rides seem to be getting more and more popular and the great weather, which we were blessed with that day,makes for an easy decision to fire up the bike. For recent years, I understand this number is a record. Reg Hammond was our ride leader [a thorough and patient leader at that] and as always, seems to know Victoria north of Greensborough like the back of his hand. We took off from Diamond Creek Rd and headed north up Yan Yean Rd through Yarrambat, Doreen, Whittlesea, Wandong and stopped at Broadford [Clifton’s cafe ] for morning tea.