Motorcycle Motorbike Clubs in Australia Capital Territory

Clubs Listed : 12

Displaying all Clubs & Associations :
  • ACT Motorcycle Club Inc. —- Visited: 587 Times


    Listing id: 10497

    ACT Motorcycle Club Inc. is located at Fair Bairn Park, Canberra, ACT 2601.

  • Australian Goldwing Association —- Visited: 158 Times


    Listing id: 11174

    Australian Goldwing Association – ACT & Southern Tablelands Chapter.

  • Blue Knights® Australia Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club (LEMC) —- Visited: 83 Times


    Listing id: 48305

    The Blue Knights® is a worldwide Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club for current and previous law enforcement professionals and their families. In Australia members come from all State, Territory and Australian Federal Police forces, Correctional Services, Customs, Transit Authority, Military Police and similar.

    Our members are male and female, of all ages, and from learners to road-riding veterans. We ride Safely, Legally, Responsibly and Sensibly. Our motto is to “Ride With Pride”.

    BKAUS has six chapters being:
    Chapter 1: Perth WA
    Chapter II: SE Australia (ACT & Southern Tablelands, Victoria, SA and Tasmania
    Chapter III: SE Queensland
    Chapter IV: Peel District WA
    Chapter V: Sydney and Northern NSW
    Chapter VI: Central Queensland

  • BMW Motorcycle Club ACT Inc. —- Visited: 216 Times

    Weston Creek

    Listing id: 10326

    The BMW Motorcycle Club (ACT) is very active with rides, runs and social activities every week.

  • Canberra District Ducati Club —- Visited: 120 Times

    Canberra City

    Listing id: 10584

    Our Club was started 30 years ago. We are an easy going group of individuals who share a passion for riding Italian motorcycles. The sheer exhilaration of riding our bikes on the magnificant roads around the Canberra region has seen the Club flourish.

  • Canberra Harley Owners Group —- Visited: 211 Times


    Listing id: 10498

    C.H.O.G has about 240 members and growing, mainly made up of Canberra-ites, but also coming from country areas up to 400km away. The main purpose of the club is to ride and have fun; ride our Harleys and have fun.

  • Dual Sport Motorcycle Riders Association —- Visited: 173 Times


    Listing id: 40539

    The DSMRA was formed in 1995 as a direct consequence of the current trend of land closures throughout Australia. The main thrust determined at the inception of the association was to provide the framework for off road riders to become a cohesive body and to fight the current trend of closures by demonstrating the positive aspects of off road motorcycle riding, and the fact that we can co-exist with the environment.

  • Girls on the Move (Got’M) – ACT —- Visited: 351 Times


    Listing id: 11199

    Got’M are a group of female motorcyclists & enthusiasts. We provide a social network for female motorcyclists by providing the opportunity to share information & enhance women’s knowledge of motorcycles. We support women new to riding & those returning to two wheels.

  • Motorcycle Riders Association – ACT —- Visited: 312 Times


    Listing id: 10334

    The MRA ACT was formed in the early 70’s to represent motorcycle riders and protect their rights and independence. The MRA ACT has evolved over the decades to provide a unified voice to the Territory Government of the day and to join with other state representative bodies (MRA’s and MCC’s) in forming the Australian Motorcycle Council.

  • SR500 Club of Australia – ACT Branch —- Visited: 82 Times


    Listing id: 11167

    This site is dedicated to the Yamaha SR500 and its variants in both stock and modified form and to the enthusiasts who ride and modify them.

  • The Swarm Scooter Club Australia —- Visited: 72 Times


    Listing id: 11288

    The Swarm is primarily a group for riders of Vespas; Lambrettas are welcome and other under 200cc scooters may also be invited.

  • The Veteran Vintage and Classic Motorcycle Club of ACT Inc. —- Visited: 209 Times


    Listing id: 11166

    The basic reason for the Club’s existence is to bring “people interested in old motorcycles ” together at a common meeting point. Therefore, the basis for membership is that Club members be “people who like old motorcycles “.