The Classic Motorcycle Club of Natal was founded in April 1981 by a group of passionate Classic Bike enthusiasts. The Club, along with its members, is dedicated to the preservation, restoration, exhibition, maintenance, promotion and use of classic motorcycles.

A classic motorcycle is defined as any motorcycle or motorcycle combination capable of being dated by the Southern African Veteran and Vintage Association (SAVVA) and such other worthy motorcycles and motorcycle combinations as may from time to time be considered suitable for classification as such by the club.

We keep statistical, historical and technical records of classic motorcycles as well as an up to date membership register reflecting motorcycles currently owned by members.

The Club organises and promotes competitions, trials and other events in which classic motorcycles can participate, provided that only motorcycles which have been dated or submitted for dating by SAVVA may participate in events sanctioned by SAVVA. The highlight event is our annual Natal Classic which is a regularity and reliability rally.

We have a wonderful library at our Club premises with a fascinating collection of motorcycle related books and magazines.

Meetings are held on the first Saturday of every month from 12:00 onwards at our Clubhouse, see Contact Us

The Annual General Meeting is held in December each year.

Informative and entertaining Newsletters are sent to members on a regular basis. The newsletters also contain a wanted/for sale section.

Membership of The Classic Motorcycle Club of Natal is open to all who share our love of Classic Motorcycles.

Our Constitution may be downloaded here

We look forward to meeting you and your friends.

We maintain a close association with other clubs who share the same interests.

For further information please Contact Us

The Classic Motorcycle Club of Natal is affiliated to the following organisations:
The Southern African Veteran and Vintage Association

The Vintage Motor Cycle Club UK
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Welcome to the
Classic Motorcycle Club
of Natal
South Africa