"The Vintage Motor Cycle Club, with over 17,000 Members, united by a common appreciation of the engineering skills and vision of those who built the pioneer machines, has ensured that such machines are not preserved as lifeless exhibits in a museum, but are brought to life on frequent occasions in order that a new generation can marvel at the handiwork of the pioneers, and an older generation can once again view with nostalgia the machines they rode in days gone by."
The Vintage Motor Cycle Club Limited was formed in 1946 by a band of 38 enthusiasts and membership today stands over 16,000 - but this has been achieved without losing any of the camaraderie or helpfulness which is usually associated with smaller clubs.
You do not have to own a historic motorcycle or three-wheeler in order to join the VMCC, just an interest in these machines. The Club caters for all levels and ages of enthusiasts and provides a wide range of benefits to meet individual member's needs. When you join the Club, you will be entitled to attend as many of its 80 Section meetings as you wish. Most Sections have at least one Club night each month in addition to a wide range of events and runs tailored to suit all types of vintage and classic motorcycles.
Club nights may also consist of talks when you may learn a new skill, Bring-and-Buys which may be the place where you find that missing part, a film or slide night using items loaned free from the Club's libraries. The Club has many facilities and membership benefits such as a comprehensive library, tyre scheme, brake block service, transfer scheme, RAC membership discount and much more.
The Vintage Motor Cycle Club Ltd is a company registered in England and Wales, Reg. No. 1570648. Registered address: Allen House, Wetmore Road, Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, DE14 1TR, VAT No: 111 2121 54.