West Country Clubs
West Country Bike Clubs
A list of Classic Bike Clubs in West Country ...
The West Country (Cornwall, Devon, Somerset, Dorset, Wiltshire, and Gloucestershire.) Classic Bike Owners Clubs are listed below.
Newquay Auto Club
Newquay Auto Club was born in 1914 with the name "Newquay Motorcycle and Light Car Club." It can claim to be the first car club in the West Country and apart from the war years has remained active to the present day. In 1954 the Club changed its name to the more suited Newquay Motor Club, as the motor cycles had long gone. Then another name change occurred in 1974 when, like many other clubs, it incorporated and became the present "Newquay Auto Club Ltd."
Phoenix Classic Motorcycle Club
PCMC meet on an occasional basis at the Royal British Legion, Tideford, Cornwall and at Louis Cafe, Kitt Hill, Cornwall. All motorcyclists welcome -
The Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Club
Various meetings and events around the region. Please check the website for more detailed informtion.
Triumph Owners' Motor Cycle Club
The club was 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-Meriden (up until 1942), Meriden (the Classic Era), or Hinckley (the latest range of beauties), all are very welcome
Plymouth Motorcycle Club
Plymouth Motorcycle Club was formed in 1996 when members of two local motorcycle groups being Plymouth British and Classic Motorcycle Club and Plymouth branch of the Motorcycle Action Group merged in order to raise the public image of local motorcyclists by organizing rallies and charity rideouts. Some of the founder members started the Plymouth Megaride which is still run by the members in support of local charities. In more recent years the members have also added Plymouth Bike Nights in support of the British armed forces charities to their impressive profile of running motorcycle related charity events.
Ariel Owners Motorcycle Club (Cornwall)
The AOMCC was formed at a meeting called for 3pm on Saturday 24 November 1951, at the famous Ace Café on the North Circular Road in London, by a small group of enthusiasts from the London area. A well-respected motor cycle journalist of the fifties (who used the pen name Nitor) wrote of it, "The Ariel Club is a vigorous club which truly spans the Globe." This is still a good description of the AOMCC There are many events held each year and, although vastly increased in size since its formation, the AOMCC remains an informal and friendly club. Subscriptions are kept as low as possible and all club officers are unpaid volunteers. There are branches throughout the UK, as well as 'social meets' and numerous overseas branches too. Being a branch member adds to the benefits of club membership but the unattached member is not forgotten. The Cornwall section meets at The Brewers Fayre, Penhale round, Fraddon first Friday 730pm -- Contact is Gilbert Dingle
The Exeter British Motorcycle Club
The Exeter British Motorcycle Club meets at the 'The Royal Oak', Exminster Exeter on the second Thursday in each month for meetings, talks and discussions. Club 'Runs' (exclusively for British Motorcycles only) take place on Tuesday evenings and on Sunday mornings. Runs normally start at 'The Imperial Hotel', Exeter. However some runs his year will he starting at other points, this is to assist those members and guests who live outside of Exeter. The club's annual run, 'The Exe Valley Run' takes place on 5th June 2011. The run travels through some of the most stunning Devon countryside for a pub lunch stop at Dulverton Exmoor. Starts and finishes at the 'The Royal Oak, Exminster' For more detail about the club and its events please contact club Secretary - Jim Tappin
Bikers Association of North Devon
B.A.N.D is a motorcycle club formed by a loose association of motorcyclists. We are a small friendly bunch dedicated to biking and socialising. We normally meet at about 8.30pm, at The Union Inn, Stibb Cross, although this may vary a little if a rideout has been arranged for that night, usually during the better weather. If the weather is poor, then the club still meets, although cars may be more plentiful than bikes. The important thing is to meet and socialise with friends. The website was new for September 2006 and is still being added to, so please visit often to see what is the latest to be added to the site. So, if you are interested in powered two wheelers and would like to get out on a Thursday night, occasional weekend and even motorcycling trips, then we would be delighted to hear from you.
North Devon British Motorcycle Owners Club
The North Devon British Motorcycle Owners Club is a group of people whose pastime is owning, and riding, or an interest in British motorcycles of any age. The club caters for all marques and makes, from Bantams to Bonneville's, from show machines to rusty runabouts. The club has a full social calendar and something is happening every week - whether it be club meetings or organized runs. The off-road enthusiast is also catered for with monthly green-lane rides. For the preservationist there are many shows and rallies to attend where the club often puts on a display and wins the odd award! The club has it's own biannual magazine full of nostalgic twitterings and tips. So whether it be trail, road or race the N.D.B.M.O.C. has something to offer. The North Devon British Motorcycle club meets at The Pollyfield Center, on 2nd and 4th Thursday of each Month from 7-30pm. The Pollyfield Center is located at, Avon Road, East The Water, Bideford. (Visitors Always Welcome), So join us ride and fly the union flag. The Objects of the Club are: To promote the preservation & riding of British Motorcycles. To organize runs & social meetings with like minded people. To foster the spirit of road chivalry and to act in the interests of motorcyclists as a body.
Exeter Classic Motorcycle Club
We are a Devon based easy going motorcycle club which caters for a variety of machines ranging from the twenties to the present day.We support Exeter Hospiscare by collecting funds through our July Dartmoor Run and a collection in the Exeter City Centre on a Saturday near Christmas. Meetings are at present held on the first Tuesday of the month at The "Cowick Barton", Cowick Lane, Exeter, starting at 8.00pm. However because of a change of landlord this has become a moveable day. If you intend to visit please contact a committee member, details are on the back page of our newsletters. Visitors are always welcome.
The Vintage Motor Cycle Club Dartmoor
We are a group of motor cycle enthusiasts based in South Devon, who welcome you to join us exploring the best of Devon’s countryside. Club Nights will be on the second Thursday of the month Club Rides will be on the Sunday following the club night ‘The Cott Inn’ Dartington, near Totnes - TQ9 6HE
Torridge & District Motorcycle Club
We are based in the North and West Devon area, and run trials all year round, from Tavistock, up to Hartland. Motocross is held at our Waggadon Farm circuit, near Torrington, and Enduros are held as and when we can secure a venue. We cater for all abilities of rider from beginners to experts, and from youth to the over 50s; small club meetings, up to national events. So, if you want to join an off-road motorcycle club, small enough to make you feel welcome, but large enough, and with experience of staging events to the highest national level, all for £ 5.00 per annual membership, please feel free to contact us.
Bath Classic Motorcycle Club
Bath Classic Motorcycle Club is a bunch of biking enthusiasts who enjoy a classic way of life. But what exactly is a classic bike? Who knows! - we certainly don’t appear to. That’s why if you attend many of our events you will see all sorts of bikes of all ages. Whilst our competitions (trials & scrambles) and some specific classic events are run for older bikes, entered in classes according to age and eligibility, many of the regular road runs are far more relaxed, with a variety of bikes, old and new being welcome. You would be suprised how many 'modern' bike riders who join us get sucked into the 'classic' way of life and eventually start looking for an older bike! We have members who have all sorts of classic European, American and Japanese bikes. Fancy joining us? Have a look round the website then come along to one of our regular meetings. If you enjoy anything to do with motorcycles you will find many kindred spirits amongst our members.
Royal Enfield Wiltshire Owners Club
At the club we enjoy a wide range of interests, it is definitely not all motorcycles and our club meets every second Thursday of the month at 8pm in the WHITE HART WROUGHTON, nr Swindon. We generally start with a drink and catch up with each others news and then our chairman covers the items for the evening such as the run for the following Sunday and topics of interest to the group as well as items such as those on the right. Usually on the Sunday following our Thursday meeting, we gather for a ride out or other event.
The Stonehenge Section of The Vintage Motor Cycle Club
The Stonehenge Section was formed in 1963 to enable local members of the VMCC to meet up with each other, hold Runs and Social Events, and most importantly to exchange information, which we still endeavour to achieve today. Œ The Stonehenge Section meets for 8.00 p.m. on the 3rd Wednesday of each month, at the Redlynch Sports & Social Club, The Ridge, Woodfalls, Salisbury, Wilts SP5 2LN, Tel: 01725 511281, which is next to the Woodfalls Inn on the B3080, where we have: Guest speakers; Slide shows; Social evenings; and a Christmas Quiz and Party. We also have a annual BBQ which is held at Breamore House see Club Nights for details.
Golden Valley Classic Motorcycle Club
The Golden Valley Classic Motorcycle Club is an A.M.C.A. affiliated club run by classic motorcycle enthusiasts with the aim of promoting pre 1974 Classic Motorcycle Trials, generally around the Stroud area of Gloucestershire.
Wells Classic Motorcycle Club
Wells Classic Motorcycle Club was formed in the autumn of 2000 by a small group of friendly local riding enthusiasts with a shared interest in classic motorcycles. The aim of the club is social riding, using a wide variety of machines. Riding on Sundays, Tuesday evenings, and for the rich or retired amongst us, we have a few weekday runs. Guests riders are always welcome to join us.