Wales Bike Clubs
A list of Classic Bike Clubs in Wales ...
The Wales (Clwyd, Dyfed, Gwent, Gwynedd, Mid Glamorgan, Powys, South Glamorgan, and West Glamorgan) Classic Bike Owners Clubs are listed below.
South Wales Sunbeam Motorcycle Club
The South Wales Sunbeam Motorcycle Club was formed many years ago by a group of friends who just happened to have a number of Sunbeam motorcycles at that time. We are not a single-make club but are enthusiasts of all makes of motorcycles from pre-war flat-tanks to modern machines. The club meets regularly and has usually has a stand at the Stafford Classic Show in April. However, the highlight of the club's year is undoubtedly the hosting of the Cardiff Classic and Modern Motorcycle Show in the spring of every year.
South Wales Section of the Vintage Motor Cycle Club
The VMCC South Wales Section caters for all motorcycles with a minimum age of 25 years, regardless of make or country of origin. The section is one of 84 sections within the VMCC and was initially formed in April 1961 in the car park of the Andoversford Hotel by three members who need to be a section in order to receive the Team Award that they had just won in the Cotswolds Road Trial. There was an instant election amongst the three, of Chairman, Secretary and Treasurer - and the trophy was duly handed over. The section meets on the dates listed on the meeting dates page in the Lounge. The dates are usually fortnightly on a Monday and the meetings are held in the Llanharry Workingmens Club, Llanharry at 8pm. To find the club there is a multimap on their website. If you're not a VMCC member but have an interest in motorcycles, then you are most welcome to come along and meet us. Our meeting attendances usually average around 60 - depending on the weather, bank holidays or if the meeting is an AGM.
Pembrokeshire Vintage and Classic Motorcycle Club
The club was startedby a small group of avid enthusiasts who felt there was a need for a local motorcycle group, all of whom take part in many Welsh and UK Classic & Modern motorcycle events. We are a friendly bunch and welcome riders of any age and any type of bike(we're not too fussy judging by some of the characters who turn up). The Pembrokeshire Vintage and Classic Club meet the 2nd Tuesday of every month at Plas Hyfryd Hotel, Narberth at 7:30 pm. All Motorcyclists with bikes of any type and age are welcome.
South Wales Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Club
The club’s number one aim is to promote the enjoyment of Japanese motorcycles. You don’t even need to own a bike to be a member! How open-minded is that? All we ask is that members share the club’s passion for some of the most amazing mass produced bikes ever to come out of a factory. It really isn’t possible to stereotype a VJMC member; some own big bikes, others are moped mad. Some are passionate about one particular marque, others have wide ranging eclectic tastes. It takes all sorts to make a club and that is what the VJMC is all about; enjoying the bikes for what they are. We aim to support our members with a range of services and are looking to expand on this side of membership in the next few years.
Bridgend and District Motorcycle Club
A Club for enthusiasts of British Motorcycles with 40+ members with a multitude of classic machines, and we'll make you very welcome. Meetings held every other Tuesday at Tondu Cricket Club, Bryn Road, Tondu, Bridgend.
The Vale Riders Motor Cycle Club
The Vale Riders Motor Cycle Club was established in August 1993 The Aims of our club are to Ride, Drink, Party and be merry, and if we are really lucky we get to do all 4 together. To contact us email chariman or the secretary Prospective New Members very welcome Everybody welcome on 2 feet, 2 wheels, 4 wheels, etc. Even in a Volvo.
Welshpool Clive Motorcycle Club
Club nights are at 8pm on the first Tuesday of every month, at the Cock Hotel, Forden.
British Motorcycle Preservation Society (North Wales)
Meetings are held at 20:00 on the 1st Non Bank Holiday Wednesday in the month at the Llandudno Junction Community Club, off Victoria Drive, Llandudno Juction.
Carmarthen and District Motorcycle Club
The club was formed in 1996 and we are affiliated to the British Motorcycle Federation. In the years since we have been formed our membership has grown from strength to strength and every year exceeds 150 members. The club was formed to promote and encourage all forms of motorcycle activities. We try to cater for all our riders needs by organizing tours, attending race meetings, club ride-outs, treasure hunts, quiz nights and social evenings as well as guest speakers to our meetings. We also undertake a lot of fundraising for local charities and over the past few years we have raised many thousands of pounds. Our membership year runs from November - November and costs £10 for a single and £12 for a joint membership.
The Conwy and District Motorcycle Club
The Conwy and District Motorcycle Club started the Dragon Rally in 1960 and it takes place in winter. The rally serves as a meeting place for motorcyclists all over the Continent. The setting is in the beautiful mountains of Snowdonia, North Wales. The number of participants is limited to 1400 and they aren’t told the location of the campsite until they have reported to one of the caravans, which are positioned within 6 to fifteen miles of it, for ticket stamping. Once they are there, they enjoy the Conwy & DMCC’s warm welcome and hot soup. They will use the local pubs if they are available. Each year the Dragon Rally badge is either red or white or green; the colours of the Welsh Flag, and is generally classy and collectable.
The Dragon Riders Motorcycle Club
The Dragon Rider Club was formed in 1991 with the aim of promoting good riding skills and attracting people (regardless of background, type of motorcycle owned or licence held) who share one common interest, Motor-Cycling. The club membership covers the whole spectrum of riding abilities, from learners to those who ride for a living and have many years of riding experience and expertise. The club is not run by a committee, and as a club member, you have as much say in the way the club is run as any other paid up club member. Evening meetings are held at the QUEENS HEAD pub in Mold on the 1st Tuesday every month at 8.00pm
Pontypridd and District Motorcycle Club
Club members meet every Tuesday in the Llanover Arms, Pontypridd (B&Q roundabout) at 8.30 pm. We are a non-political, social club with members of all ages and from all walks of life with a common interest in riding motorcycles. The club is an affiliated member of the BMF, which provides club and individual cover for ride outs and events. Members enjoy regular rideouts on weekends, and attend rallies and events all over the country. In recent years the club has organised touring holidays to more distant places including Spain, Monza, Ireland, and the Isle of Man. The club meetings are very informal and friendly and visitors are always made welcome, so, whatever type of motorcycle you ride feel free to come along and attend one of our meetings.
South Wales Classic Motorcycle Club
The mission of the South Wales Classic Motorcycle Club is to provide a friendly club for owners and enthusiasts of Classic Motorcycles. The club aims to arrange ride-outs, host and attend local and international events, raise money for charities and provide assistance for new and prospective owners of classic motorcycles.