Vintage Motorcycle Club General Information

The VMCC was founded by a group of enthusiast's in 1946. It was formed to promote an interest in early and pioneering motorcycles so as to ensure that they were not forgotten and left to rust away through a lack of appreciation. This same principle applies today though motorcycle history plus the multitude of makes and models is significantly much larger.

However, this provides the VMCC with one thing that many other clubs cannot provide. Because the VMCC caters for ALL bikes over 25 Years old there is a large 'Variety' of machines owned by members. Manufacturers from all around the world are represented and covered by a machine age span of over 100 years.

The club now has over 15,000 members and is the largest motorcycle club in the world. The club produces a monthly magazine that currently has around 100 pages in it. With over 85 'local' sections there are probably meetings not far from where you live, so, enough of the adverts - have a look at the club's main website, there really is so much on offer for the motorcyclist. For further information the main VMCC web site is located here - VMCC

There are also a few websites dedicated to the VMCC:
Banbury Run - website
1000 Bikes - website
VMCC Shop - website
You tube VMCC channel - here

VMCC Sections

Anglian - Website Auld Reekie Edinburgh - website Banbury - website
Bedfordshire - Website Berkshire - Website Blackpool & District - Website
Bournemouth & New Forest - Website Bristol - Website British Historic racing - Website
Brooklands - Website Burton & District - Website Central Lancashire - Website
Central Scottish - Website Cheshire and North Wales - website (facebook page) Cheshire cats - website
Chiltern - Website Clyde Valley, Scotland - Website Cornwall - Website
Cotswold - Website Cyclemotor - Website Dartmoor - Website
Devon - Website Dorset - website East Devon - no website
East Herts - website (facebook page) East Lancs - website East Sussex - Website
East Yorks - no website Essex - Website Flat Tank - no website
Glasgow - no website Goodwood - website Grasstrack & Speedway - website
Gwent - no website Herefordshire - website(Facebook page) High Beech - no website
Highland - no website Ipswich & Suffolk - Website Ironmasters - Website
Isle of Man - Website Isle of Wight - no website King's Lynn - Website (Facebook page)
Lakeland - website (facebook page) London - no website Manchester & High Peak - website
Men of Kent - Website (facebook page) Midland - Website Mid Lincs - Website
Northampton - Website (facebook page) North Birmingham - Website North Cotswold - Website
North East - Website North East Scottish - Website North Staffs - Website
North Tamar - no website North West - Website Northern Ireland - Website
Northumbrian - Website Norwich - Website Notts & Derby- Website
Oxford - website (facebook page) Pennine - Website Reivers - Website
Sheffield & south Yorks - no website Shropshire - Website Snowdonia - no website
Somerset - website South Cotswolds - Website South Dorset - Website
South Durham - Website South Hants - Website South Lincs & Peterborough - Website
Sprint - Website Stirling Castle - Website Stonehenge - no Website
Surrey & Sussex - no website Swansea & District - no website Swindon Moonrakers - no website
Taverners - Website Touring - no website Wakefield & West Yorks - no website
Warwickshire - Website Wessex Veteran & Vintage - website West Highland - no website
West Kent - Website West South Wales - website West Wilts - Website
Worcester - website