Benefits of being a Club Member

Monthly meeting which are held at the Chieftain Hotel, Milburn Road, Inverness, on the first Tuesday of each month starting at 8pm from February to December. These meeting can include discussions, films, guest speakers and the occasional quiz, plus the company of other bikers.

The chance to discuss old motorcycles and modern classics with people who are interested and willing to exchange information and ideas. There are some Social events organised throughout the year, these can include, Treasurer Hunts, 10 Pin Bowling Nights, BBQ and other various gatherings to which family and friends are invited.

There is also the regular monthly club run and Tiddlers runs for the older and smaller cc machines. A bi-monthly club newsletter, The Helmet & Goggles.

An annual calendar of local and notification of some national events. Extensive library of workshop manuals held by members Automatic membership of The British Motorcycle Federation (BMF) and the Scottish Vintage Vehicle Federation (SVVF).

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Club Runs guide lines Click here

A booklet with the full history of the club was produced for the clubs twentieth anniversary, and details the clubs humble beginnings in 1983 with Bob Fraser (deceased) and Alastair Alexander, the first Loch Ness Rally, and much more, right up to May 2003.
Some original copies are still available from the Mrs Sue Hanson, producer of the booklet. The booklet was updated in 2008, to cover the first the 25 years of the club, a copy of this book is given to new members on joining the club.