Affiliated Clubs

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Federation of Sidecar Clubs
The Federation of Sidecar Clubs aim to bring together individual sidecar clubs from the UK, Promote international communication and friendship, Support and promote the wider use of sidecars and Protect our right to ride our sidecar combinations.

GBMCC began in 1977 as a club for gay men and women bikers in the UK; we are the biggest gay biking club in Europe. Members come from all over the UK and there an increasing number from Europe and Overseas. Our members are of all ages and backgrounds. We naturally have varied biking interests, but we are primarily a road-riding club. Riding experience ranges from novice through to advanced riders and club racers. It is our interest in motorcycles and motorcycling, which bring us together. The club offers its members a lively programme of events as well as support and friendship.

Greenman MCC
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Halfway Heroes MCC
Halfway Heroes MCC provides a focal point for people of all sexes and riding ability, providing they hold a common interest in motorbikes. As a Club we organise and host our own rally annually, Leathered in Lincoln. The Club also attends other clubs rallies, organise regular ride outs, rock nights and charity/fund raising events.

Harley Davidson Club Somerset
The Harley Davidson Club of Somerset was founded in April 1999. In November 2003 the club joined the Federation of Harley Davidson Clubs - Europe and have since attended many Super Rallies and Presidents Meetings at venues all over Europe. The club holds monthly members meetings at The Maypole Inn, Thurloxton. Regular club ride outs are arranged as well as our attending other club rallies. The club holds our own HDC Somerset Rally every July in Minehead, Somerset. We are always happy to hear from Harley riders who may wish to be placed on our waiting list to join.

Harley Davidson Riders of GB
Welcome to the Harley-Davidson Riders Club of Great Britain. The club was established in 1949 when a few like-minded riders got together in a Surrey pub. Now, over 65 years later it has become a National club with a membership of over 1500 across this green and pleasant land. We are a founder member of The Federation of Harley-Davidson Clubs Europe in which we remain very active and involved. The step on the ladder for many is registering here on the forum. This will give you access to a vast plethora of knowledge that exists here. Unlike some Harley clubs we also include Buell’s, the Aermacchi HDs of the seventies and the MT series too. So it’s not all just big twins and ape hangers, but we have that too.

Moto Guzzi Club GB
Moto Guzzi Club GB is a national club open to anyone who rides, is looking for, or just likes, Guzzis. We have local branches all over the UK who meet regularly to chat, ride, camp or take part in events.

Rocker Box MCC
Established in 2011, we are a friendly and growing club based in Southport, in the North-west of England. Our members ride a wide range of bikes as well as a couple of sidecar outfits and trikes. Throughout the year, we like to attend rallies and parties

Royal Enfield Owners Club
The REOC exists as a forum for the interchange of ideas & information on the maintenance, restoration & use of Royal Enfield motorcycles & machines. This includes modern Royal Enfield motorcycles as well as Royal Enfield cycles, lawnmowers & stationary engines. You do not need to own a Royal Enfield to be a member of the Club - all you need is an interest in anything Royal Enfield.

Tiger MCC
We are a family orientated club who meet in the Cambridgeshire area. We have been around for 26 years and have so far hosted 21 Soggy Moggy rallies If you see us around come say Hi, we don't bite, Honest!!

Triumph Owners Motorcycle Club
Founded in 1949 by a group of dedicated enthusiasts around South London. This soon grew into a major National One-Make Club catering for all owners of Triumph Motorcycles. Whether they be Pre-War (up until 1942), Classic (the Meriden Era), or Modern (the latest range designed in Hinckley), all are very welcome. The Club is organised both on a National scale & on a local level through its many branches spread around the country. Each of the branches has its own local meetings where you can meet other Owners, & many of them organise their own Branch events complimenting the Nationally organised events. The club offers several benefits & services to its members - not least of these being the monthly magazine 'Nacelle' which contains useful hints & tips. There is a vehicle dating service for those people who wish to apply for original or age related registrations for their Triumph motorcycle (or special). We also holds a vast pool of knowledge about Triumphs supported by the club's library of machine manuals.

Vulcan Riders Association UK
The Vulcan Riders Association is an independent club. We promote the Kawasaki Vulcan and motorcycles in general (esp cruisers) as a fun and safe activity to be enjoyed by people of all ages and abilities. We also promote the Vulcan Riders Association and motorcycle riders in general through involvement in public functions, charitable events and through demonstrated responsible motorcycling. The only restriction to membership is ownership (or being a family member of an owner) of a Kawasaki Vulcan motorcycle.


Standard Affiliate

69 MCC
The Sixty-nine club is named after the year it was founded. Club members come from all walks of life and ride all kinds of machines from classic Triumphs to modern superbikes, trails bikes, trikes, tourers and Harleys.

Barrel Bikers MCC
The Barrel Bikers (Buckingham) Motor Cycle Club (BBB MCC) was formed in 1979 by a small group of motorcyclists from various other Bike clubs in the Buckingham area. The Club covers a whole range of motorcycle related interests, from Custom Bike’s right through to Drag Racing. Our members ride all types of machine from Learner Legal Bikes, to Streetfighters, Trikes, and Classics. All riders and machines are welcome. Really we are a Club of friends who like to ride, help each other out and party together, no matter what we ride or how long we’ve ridden it. We meet every Wednesday night, at the New Inn, 2 Bradwell Road, New Bradwell, Milton Keynes, Bucks, MK13 0EN.

Beartown Bikers
We are a group of reasonably sane motorcyclists & motorcycle enthusiasts based in East Cheshire. We meet on Wednesday evenings around 7:30ish at the Church House (biker friendly) pub at the Congleton end of the A54 Buxton road, about 20 minutes from the famous Cat and Fiddle. The purpose of the club is to meet people who have a common interest in motorcycling for ride outs and socialising. So why not join up, or better still come along to our meetings on a Wednesday evening at the Church House Pub and meet the gang. We also have a group on Facebook.

Beerhounds MCC
Bicester's oldest Motorbike Club formed in 1993 whose members all enjoy the Motorbike scene and Rallies and Bike related parties around the United Kingdom. We are mostly based around Bicester, Oxfordshire and meet the first Tuesday of every month at the Bell Pub, Sheep Street, Bicester. We welcome all Bikers/Trikers who may wish to join us at events or ride outs that we are attending.

Beermonsters MCC
Beermonsters MCC was formed over 20 years ago. We are a group of like-minded party animals who are into everything to do with motorbikes and the lifestyle that goes with them but we are primarily a rally club. We have members as far afield as Cumbria, Hampshire and Scotland. We have made friends everywhere we have been. We like to get involved in everything we can in the world of motorcycling including entering a team in the BMF Moped Endurance race event at the Memba Rally, manning a control for the National Rally in aid of Mencap and of course designing and building our own drag bike. If you enjoy bikes, beer, rallies & good times then you will be welcome to join us. Look for us on Facebook.

Bikers Inc MCC
We are an all inclusive club welcoming both guys & gals. Any size bike, any ability. Trikes & sidecars also. We have several disabled members. Meet in the White Hart, Ludford, Lincs LN8 6AD every Wednesday. All are welcome.

Bitter & Twisted MCC
Bitter and Twisted MCC is a none profitable motor cycle club. We meet in the Nags Head, Macclesfield every Sunday at 3 pm

Blue Knights England XIV
Blue Knights® England XIV was chartered on the 30th January 2006 to cover the Avon and Somerset Constabulary and the Devon and Cornwall Constabulary policing areas. It was formed by John Cooke, Aaron Bevan, Gerry Coulter Smith and Muddy Waters After recent formation of two further chapters in Cornwal (EngXVII) and Devon, the chapter now covers South Glos, Bristol, Bath, North East Somerset, Somerset & Dorset. The Chapter has a membership in excess of forty one at present (as at April 2015). The Annual Membership Fee stands at £25:00p per Annum, and is renewable each December. Whenever possible the Blue Knights® travel throughout the U. K. and also Europe, supporting other Chapters Rallies and Events. Blue Knights® England XIV holds its own Monthly Breakfast Meetings second Saturday of the Month, and on the forth Saturday of the month a Ride out, this coupled with other Social Events throughout the year.

BMW Club UK - Sidecar Register
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Boston Motorcycle Riders Association
The BMRA meets on Tuesday evenings, with a diverse membership matched only by the range of motorcycles ridden, including naked retros, cruisers, sport-tourers, classics, the odd sports bike and several outfits. Committee meetings and club nights take place at the Hammer & Pincers pub, near Oldrids Downtown, and rides out meet up on The Green, Wide Bargate.

Bridge Rats MCC
Bridge Rats MCC was founded in 1993; steadfast in its origins to the bohemian market town of Hebden Bridge; also known as the ‘Hebden Bridge Rats’ or simply ‘Bridge Rats’. The Club patch represents the old Packhorse Bridge located in the centre of Hebden Bridge that dates back to 1510. The ‘Rat’ which is sat proudly above is a version of a ‘desert rat’ as ‘Chappy’s’ father was a serviceman in the 7th Armoured Brigade in WW2. Bridge Rats are fun loving party animals as well as being loyal to the core with an easy going attitude of Live to Ride for Club and Honour. We’re always looking for new ideas to benefit the club and also just for fun. Our policy is, if a member has an idea they can openly bring it to the club, and with approval it will be put it into motion, with the whole hearted support and assistance of all the other club members.

Bristol & Avon Roadrunners MCC
Non political friendly motorcycle club. We meet at The Colosseum, Redcliff Hill, Bristol every Wednesday from 8.30pm.

Burgess Hill & District MCC
BH&DMC is a well established Club, formed in 1972, we have many years of motorcycling in Sussex and Europe. The Club has some 70 members who enjoy going for a Club Run every Monday evening in the Sussex area and welcomes any make of motorcycle and motorcyclist of any age and ability. Our Club has use of St Francis Social Club, Haywards Heath, RH16 4EX in the winter months for a variety of talks etc. Past talks have included a motorcycle paramedic, ambulance crew, ex racers, motorcycle dealers, road safety experts, manufacturers and anything else to do with motorcycles & motorcycling. The motorcycles in the Club at present are mostly modern, but not all.

Burnley & District MCC
A group of like-minded motorcyclists decided to kickstart a new club and in July, Burnley District Motorcycle Club began to run. The original Burnley Motorcycle Club ended in the mid 80s as a result of gradual changes in the members’ circumstances. Now, club members aim to share their riding experiences and knowledge, new riders are welcome and will benefit from information, advice and assistance from other members. The club is not purely for motorcyclists, anyone with an interest in anything with two wheels and an engine is welcome; owning a bike is not necessary! Members plan to have ride-outs, music events and attend rallies. They also hope to hold promotions and fund raising events for charities such as local clubs, Air Ambulance and others. Anyone who is interested, feel free to pop along to one of Friday night’s informal meetings at the Lane Ends, Rosegrove, to have a chat. Long hair and leathers not necessary

CAT MCC is based in the preston area.we are family orientated and a friendly welcoming bunch and if you want to join your are more than welcome.

Cernunnos MCC
Cernunnos Motor Cycle Club is a pagan-orientated motor bike club that was formed in 1996 by a small band of people with a number of common interests: two of these interests are biking & having a good time. The rides we have owned have been as diverse as Aprilia, Armstrong, Brough, BMW, Harley Davidson, Honda, Kawasaki, Norton, Suzuki, Triumph, & Yamaha. These have included trikes, sidecar combos, cruisers, naked standard bikes, & sports bikes - and loads in between. The first step to becoming a member is to come to a meeting. Although we have a web site we are not an internet club. And because we like doing rallies & parties, & attending bike shows, etc., we organize our own rally - the Mabon trad rally.

CMA (Bristol Branch)
Taking the Christian Gospel to the UK Motorcycling Community. As Christians Motorcyclists we are passionate about sharing the Gospel in every area of the motorcycling community. As motorcyclists there is nothing more exciting than riding a motorcycle, but as Christians we have discovered that there is nothing as fulfilling as knowing Jesus personally.

CMA (N.Lincs & East Yorks Branch)
Taking the Christian Gospel to the UK Motorcycling Community. As Christians Motorcyclists we are passionate about sharing the Gospel in every area of the motorcycling community. As motorcyclists there is nothing more exciting than riding a motorcycle, but as Christians we have discovered that there is nothing as fulfilling as knowing Jesus personally.

CMA (North Cheshire Branch)
Taking the Christian Gospel to the UK Motorcycling Community. As Christians Motorcyclists we are passionate about sharing the Gospel in every area of the motorcycling community. As motorcyclists there is nothing more exciting than riding a motorcycle, but as Christians we have discovered that there is nothing as fulfilling as knowing Jesus personally.

CMA (West Yorkshire Branch)
Taking the Christian Gospel to the UK Motorcycling Community. As Christians Motorcyclists we are passionate about sharing the Gospel in every area of the motorcycling community. As motorcyclists there is nothing more exciting than riding a motorcycle, but as Christians we have discovered that there is nothing as fulfilling as knowing Jesus personally.

Crown Crazy Cruisers MCC
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Dark Squadron
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Defunct MCC
A bike club that has been in and around Stockport since 1984. We are a small but growing club with lively and active members we mainly operate in and around Cheshire and being in Stockport we have many hills and nice roads on our doorstep, as well as going to rallies and bike show's, we attend bike meets and social nights and even host our own from time to time. We meet at The Strawberry Gardens, Offerton Lane, Stockport.

Deva Legion HOG
Sponsored by Chester Harley-Davidson, we were established in January 2001 with a first year membership of 108. Our club now boasts over 200 members and with the support of our sponsoring dealership our membership numbers continue to grow. We pride ourselves on having a friendly, welcoming group of members from a wide range of backgrounds but all sharing a love of Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Chapter meetings are held on the 1st Thursday of the month at Whiby Social Club, Ellesmere Port. The meetings start at 8pm so gather from 7.30pm for a catch up drink with friends and bag a seat. You will find lots of information on the club events, all things Harley as well as a bite to eat at the end of the night. Socialising is one of the main functions of our club, so we have plenty of events and activities on offer:The regular ride-out Calendar - With rides to suit all skill levels every Sunday from April through to September.

Doggs Bollocks MCC
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Dunedin HOG
We are proud to be one of only two official HOG affiliated Chapters in Scotland. Indeed we were Scotland’s first and original Harley Owners Group Chapter.

Welcome to Eye of Ra MCC, a motorcycle club based in Crumlin, South Wales. We are a non-political mixed sex club riding a range of bikes and trikes. We love a good party and throw a few of our own.

Gawsworth Jesters
The Gawsworth Jesters are a group of like minded bikers, who ride all kinds and makes of motor bikes. Most of us live close to Macclesfield & Congleton area. We meet at the Harrington Arms, in Gawsworth, near Macclesfield.

Get Off Your Butts MCC
Formed in 1998 in Cannock in the West Midlands the aim of the club was to become a friendly, family club for those that enjoy Rallies, Parties and Runouts. The club was aptly named after Lou Lewis, one of the founder members had the vision of getting people off their backsides and out on their bikes. After a play around with the words 'Get Off Your Butts' was born and the name that came up is the name that stands today! With between 40-50 members we have held over 14 very successful 'BUTTSTOCK ' Rallies and a number of fantastic Charity, Halloween and Christmas Parties/Rides. With regular trips out and about, nights and weekends away. We have weekly meetings every Sunday at 8pm held at Burns Street Club,18 Burns Street, Chadsmoor, WS11 6DR. So if you like riding your bike, enjoy a good party and enjoy great company, come and pay us a visit! We'd love you to come along.

Golden Phoenix MCC
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Goldwing Owners Club of GB
The GWOCGB started in 1980 and is the largest Gold Wing club in Europe.

Harwich MCC
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Hedingham Sidecar Owners Club
The HSOC was originally formed in 1982 following the successful launch of the Single Seat, our membership fluctuates around 75. The club is an independent organisation, but we do work in conjunction with Hedingham Sidecars Ltd to offer the highest information & service to our club members & potential members. There are club events & day meetings held every month & an annual international event. As a member you will receive a bi-monthly newsletter, covering articles & news to keep you up to date, an annual review of Club events & the AGM Report. We have a range of Club regalia for sale & discounts are available for members at Hedingham Sidecars Ltd & other affiliates. Not every member has a Hedingham sidecar & we welcome everyone, sidecar enthusiasts, solo riders, & even those without a bike let alone a sidecar. You will not only enjoy the events we hold but our club is a great way of meeting people with varying interests.

Hednesford MCC
Formed in 1978 in Hednesford, Staffordshire.

Highland Classic Motorcycle Club
The Club was formed in Inverness, Scotland on the 26th May 1983 to cater for all those who have an interest in older motorcycles.

Hillbillies MCC
Hillbillies Motor Cycle Club (MCC) began in 1999 as a small, but dedicated group of motorbike enthusiasts in Muirkirk, Ayrshire, Scotland. The club moved its base to Mauchline several years later and now also includes branches in Greenock and Dunoon. We are a family club that welcomes women and members' children. This friendly culture has helped the club to continue its success. Hillbillies MCC still sticks to the original aims of riding bikes, having a good time and supporting local charities.

Hwicce MCC
Hwicce Riders - Gloucestershire is a tight knit like-minded group that ride Harley Davidson motorcycles.

International Laverda Owners Club
Founded in the UK in 1974, The international Laverda Owners Club now has a membership of over 650. We welcome everyone - Riders, restorers, dealers, enthusiasts or collectors; All you need is an interest in Laverda motorcycles! The club's membership is drawn from all walks of life, and the machines represented in the club are as diverse as their owners, from the early lightweight singles and scooters, through the larger twins, to the famous triples and later 'Zane' twins. The main objective of the club is to enhance all aspects of Laverda ownership, from helping members to keep their bikes on the road (by drawing on the vast pool of technical knowledge and expertise that exists in the club), to promoting the social side through events and rallies where members can meet their fellow Laverdisti.

Jawa CZ Owners Club Of GB & Eire
The JAWA CZ Owners Club is one of the oldest one make motorcycle clubs in the UK having been formed in 1954. We currently have 400+ members from the UK & other countries. We are a group of enthusiastic motorcyclists with a special interest in all makes of motorcycles & scooters from the Czech Republic. We exist to enjoy our special & unusual motorbikes & also to spread the benefits of JAWA & CZ ownership to others. Most club members own & ride CZ's & JAWA's but we also have members with Manet & Tatran scooters, mopeds, Velorex three wheelers & more. So you don't have to own a Czech motorbike to become a member of the club. You may just want to appreciate them! Every year we have a National Rally, usually in June / July & somewhere in the Midlands so that it's easily accessible for the majority of club members. Most events are planned & run in a way that encourages family participation.

Kaos Krew MCC
We are a Motorcycle Club set up in the northern part of County Durham in North East England. Kaos Krew MCC is a club for people who love riding motorcycles & trikes. We love rides, rallies & runs. We set up our own runs out regularly with several weekenders away on the bikes each year as well as days out riding. We attend local & national rallies, charity & memorial runs. We are an active part of the local biker social scene. As part of the County Durham Alliance of Motorcycle Clubs, we have great links with the local MC's & MCC's. We support a number of charities & are affiliated with the NABD & the Motorcycle Action Group (MAG). We are committed to treating motorcycle & trike riders equally. We only discriminate on whether you love riding, whether you want to get out & do stuff & whether we all have fun together. We are looking for new members, so if this sounds like something you'd like to be involved in, drop us a message or just come along to one of our pub nights, open to riders of machines over 125cc

Knights of Antioch MM
The Knights started out in 1993 as a group of mates who rode, rallied and generally ‘hung out’ together. In 1995, Jim Mac, the founder of the Knights, experienced something that was to change his life forever. He had a close encounter with the Holy Spirit which led him to Jesus. Jim made a decision to follow Christ along with another member, Georgina, who later became his wife. This couldn’t help but effect the other club members, so much so that the club began to take tentative steps toward the church. By December 1995 a decision was made to become a Christian bikers club, in the following January other Christian bikers began to join up.

Knuckle Eddz MCC
A family friendly club with a mix of people who love bikes, riding & the biker social scene. We love runs, rides & rallies & even in winter we get out at least once a month for a day’s ride out. We are an active part of the local biker social scene, & are part of the County Durham Alliance of Motorcycle Clubs. We support good causes through charity work, by attending & marshalling at biker funerals & support rides with “Bikers Against Bullies”. We are affiliated with the NABD & MAG. Our members vary in age, background & gender. A love of riding, a motorcycle or trike & a willingness to support other club members are the key things we look for. Our members ride motorcycles & trikes from 125cc to 1800cc in a variety of styles. While you have to be a rider to join us, partners & children are welcome to come along & socialise with us. Our club house is attached to the Half Moon Pub at Kirk Merrington, we meet there every Tuesday, 6pm to 9pm.

Meriden Triumph Owners Club
The Triumph Owners Motorcycle Club welcomes owners of CLASSIC and MODERN Triumph motorcycles. We meet every Monday at the Heart of England Club, Berkswell Road, Meriden. CV7 7LB from 20:00 hrs.

Millennium 2000 BC
Lancashire based motorbike/trike club, enjoying Rallies, Rocknights, Rideouts and many other social events.

Moddey Dhoo Mcc
The Moddey Dhoo MCC officially formed and took to the road on 13th July 1993. Back then times were different: it was just a small group of friends who spent more time drinking than riding. Over the years, through many parties held here, rallies attended there, good times and bad, the club has changed from what it once was to what it has become today. That said, the Moddey Dhoo have long stood by four key principles which we like to think sums up what we are about: To enjoy all aspects of motorbiking in the company of like-minded people : To attend and organise social functions as a group : To help other members in any way possible : To have a bloody good time.

Morini Riders Club
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MT Heads MCC
Is an open club for ride-outs, rock night, rallies etc

N.I. Bikers & Trikers Club
Northern Ireland based Bikers and Trikers club set up to raise funds for various charities and to support other clubs in their efforts to do the same. We have affiliations with both the British Motorcycle Federation and the National Association for Bikers with a Disability

National Youthbike
National Youthbike is a small charity that aims to provide an educational scheme whereby young people within their own youth organisation or school work as part of a group to complete a task. We are aimed at all young people, including those who might be classed as at risk. The Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme, Inclusion schemes, Diversionary schemes including crime prevention/reduction schemes, main stream education, including Specialised Diploma projects, Youth Clubs, uniformed organisations, alternative curriculum groups (Ks4) and pre-service groups, If your group does not fit into any of the above descriptions please contact us and we will discuss it with you

Norsemen MCC Sussex
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North Devon British Motorcycle Owners Club
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Oakley MCC
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Oddballs MCC
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Open Air Riders
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Pennine Wings Greater Manchester
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Pinkertons MCC
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Pyeratz MCC
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Quay Vipers MCC
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Riders Association of Triumph – Lincolnshire
A friendly group of Lincolnshire Triumph motorcycle owners who love fun, ride outs, tea shops and cake! Also we raise money for charity. We have monthly meetings where we discuss and plan ride outs, have a natter and eat cake!

Robbers Dogs
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Rusty Sprocket MCC
Rusty Sprocket MCC are a S.Wales based independent Club open to all sexes. Our main interests are runs, rallies, parties and anything bike related. We were formed in 1991, and have raised many thousands of pounds for charity over the years. The highlight of our year is our Moon Rally every summer at Lavernock.

Saddle Tramps Motorcycle Club
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Salutation MCC
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We are an old school side-patch club, running under the Thames Valley Coalition (T.V.C) We have been running for 7 years now down south (Southampton/Portsmouth area) we like party!!

Shite Shags Geordieland
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Six Feet Under MCC
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Solent MCC
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Southport Cruisers
We meet every Wednesday night at 8.00pm at Southport Railway Club, 106 Sussex Road, Southport, PR9 0SJ. Members start arriving at about 7.30pm. We usually have a large room / bar to ourselves. Some nights we have a quiz or a game or two of bingo to raise a few pennies for charity.

Tees Riders MCC
The Tees Riders M.C.C. are a family-orientated bike club and hold no political views and have no grievances with any other clubs or organisations.

Thames Vale Vultures
The Thames Vale Vultures are a small, friendly group of Bike owners who meet every second Wednesday of the Month at The Shepherds House Inn, London Road, Reading. RG6 1BD (On the Roundabout at the top of Shepherds House Hill), from 7pm, for food, drink and good company. We have a club Rideout on the last Sunday of every month. Riders and potential riders of all types of Motorcycle are welcome to come along, we do not discriminate against age, gender or ability.

The A59 ers
The Club is affiliated to NABD and MAG we actively endorse safe riding and supporting our Charities , The Royal British Legion Riders Branch, Poppy Appeal, NABD, and The Air Ambulance. We say "DO YOUR BIT AND GIVE A SHIT" your donation will make a difference GIVE AS MUCH AS YOU CAN when you can.

The Cripple Club Bath
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The Inner Circle RRC
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The Royal British Legion Riders Branch
The Riders Branch is keen to attract motorcyclists and supporters of the Legion from across the globe. We already have Branch members from Cornwall to Scotland as well as Europe, Northern America and Australasia. We are brought together by our enthusiasm for motorcycling, and our willingness to support the aims and charitable efforts of The Royal British Legion.

Tribe MCC Ayrshire
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Triumph Owners (Berkshire)
The Berkshire branch is part of the Triumph Owner's Motor Cycle Club (TOMCC). It meets every Thursday from about 8:00PM at the Burghfield Community Sports Association near Reading.

Unwanted MCC
Based in the heart of the Midlands, Unwanted Mcc are a family friendly bike club for those who like to ride their machines and have a good time. We hold regular parties at our Rockbar where anyone is free to come along and get involved. Our main aim is to enjoy ourselves while raising money for various good causes.

Van Dieman MCC
Tasmania was formerly known as “Vandieman's Land” and our name comes courtesy of two men from Banwell back in the 1840's. They stole the Lords horses and were extradited to Tasmania. Our side patch pays tribute to this by portraying the ‘Tasmanian Devil’, in front of Banwell Castle. The Van Dieman MCC were originally based at ‘The Brewers Arms’ in Banwell. We are a sociable MCC that enjoys time on the road, and a few beers and lots of laughs. Whether it is a ride out or a night out.

Vespa Club of Britain
Founded in 1952 the VCB is the longest running Scooter Club in the UK. Membership of the VCB is open to anyone of any age who rides or has a passion for Vespas old or new; anything from a 1950′s vintage Vespa to a modern automatic of today.

Vintage Motor Scooter Club
The Vintage Motor Scooter Club (VMSC) was formed in 1985 to cater for scooter owners not covered by the existing one make clubs.The VMSC is dedicated to the salvation, preservation and restoration (where necessary) of all motor scooters and offers a service of expert advice and support to anyone with an interest in these machines.

Virago Star Owners Club
The VSOC is dedicated to the promotion and protection of Yamaha XV, Star, Stryker, Raider and Bolt Custom motorcycles, its owners and riders and to that end has established a network of nineteen Centres and Regional representatives across the UK.

The Valkyrie Riders Cruiser Club, a club for those who ride the Honda Valkyrie F6c

West Sussex Triumph Owners Club
The West Sussex Branch of the Triumph Owners Motorcycle Club

Wild Geese MCC
The Wild Geese Mcc are more than a motorcycle club, we are a family who love to ride. Based in Ashton-under-lyne, Tameside, we meet twice a month at the Juntion Inn, a great pub that take good care of us! On the 3rd Thursday of each month we hold social nights where all are welcome to join us from 8pm onwards, this is our chance to catch up with friends of the club, other clubs and whoever else wishes to have a drink (or five) with us!

Witch Haven MCC
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Wolds Bikers
We are a group of like-minded bikers that love to ride, talk, look at and even mend all sizes and makes of motorcycles, even if you don't own one. We have members of all styles/levels and capabilities. All the club asks is that you have a passion for and an interest in motorcycles.

Wozwolf RC
Set up in 1997 to be a club for people who wanted to enjoy themselves and be seen to enjoy themselves at parties and rallies but without the hassle of a fixed meeting place and time. The club has grown steadily over the years and now contains members from all walks of life. Members all have the same things in common, which are the love of bikes, rallies and our own Wozwolf rally.

York Advanced MC
We are a charity affiliated to the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM). We run motorcycle training courses and social riding events in the York area and we aim to dramatically increase riding enjoyment by showing you how to safely enjoy that buzz.
Forum for the Kawasaki ZX9R Ninja

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