To encourage the restoration and use of motorcycles manufactured 25 years ago or older.
Important Event Notices
All Bunbury midweek rides held during January, February and March 2018 will be AM rides to take advantage of the cooler morning weather during the hot summer months.
For more information please see the events page.
Mandurah Mob Meander
SATURDAY 24th & SUNDAY 25th FEBRUARY
This is the annual two day event run by the Mandurah Mob. It is open to all Indian Harley Club members riding any motorcycle.
Bunbury Riders meet at Little Theatre (Eaton Hall), Pratt Road, Eaton to leave at 8 am. Riders will meet up with Mandurah Mob at The Country Cafe Waroona to leave at 10 am.
Bunbury riders - Faye Carn is your local contact and is making bookings and collecting fees. You must book and pay in advance. Overnight accommodation will be at Fairbridge. For more information please call Faye on 0478 606 714
Two Day Rally
Two Day Rally 10th and 11th March 2018
This is our premier event of the year and is open to all Indian Harley Club members and also members of any other vintage/historic motorcycle club. Machines ridden must be over 25 years old. For more information see the Information Pack. If you would like to post your entry in please download the Entry Pack.
Please direct any queries about the rally to Glenda Patterson on 0417018225 or Bert Sykes on 0400799947.
Please direct any queries about payments or registrations to Glenda Patterson.
Please direct any queries about the website or online registrations to John Presland 0410088057
Registrations (limited to 180 riders) close on 9th February 2018.
Jurien Bay Two day Ride
WEDNESDAY 21st & THURSDAY 22nd MARCH
Overnight Ride to Jurien Bay to see Ian Boyd's Great Collection 21-22nd March 2018.
This is your responsibility so grab a few friends to cut costs.
Jurien Caravan Park 9652 1595
Jurien Bay Hotel 9652 1022
This is a Club sanctioned event so concessional licensed bikes can be ridden. Neville Green taking backup trailer.
COST: There is no club cost - only what you incur yourself.
Museum entry is FREE but a donation appropriate to what you have seen would be appreciated. If you would rather travel by car, no problems.
Final details @ March meeting.
Further inquiries to Frank 0437 201 601
Motorcycle Swap Meet
SUNDAY 25th MARCH
Dave's Lake Towerining Ride
SUNDAY 8TH APRIL
Start at 8 am from Little Theatre (Eaton Hall), Pratt Road, Eaton
Distance for run is a normal Wednesday run around 300 Km this has been split up into 4 legs 70-75 Km to each fuel station, 1st leg to Collie if anybody wants to start at Collie should be there at 0930 Hrs,2nd leg to Darkin, 3rd leg a stop at Duranillin one horse town, let people catch up. Next stop at lake Towerining. Enjoy the veiws and Boyup Brook for fuel.last leg finish at Donnybrook. hoping to have a cuppa at Lake Towerining. These roads are mostly empty and lots to see. Hope to see you David Lind
Register Your Ride
The Code 404 concessional licence conditions restrict vehicle use as below.
Any recorded event organised by an approved club.
In normal circumstances, the event should be advertised in your club’s newsletter, magazine or website; however use of a vehicle participating in an impromptu event involving one, or more vehicles, may be acceptable, and must be recorded in your club’s official ‘Run Log’.
Please note: an ‘impromptu event’ does not include the use of a vehicle licensed with this concession (including motorcycles) to undertake a Practical Driving Assessment.
Any member wishing to run an event at short notice must notify the Club Captain or other committee member or you can complete the online form using the link below. All riders participating must complete and sign an Indemnity Form (also available below) which must be forwarded to the Club Captain ASAP after the event. Both these forms must be completed before the ride commences. Vehicle use for hire or reward is prohibited and all road rules must be adhered to at all times. Please show courtesy to other road users.Register Your Ride
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We are a motorcycle club founded in 1971 to promote the restoration and use of historic motorcycles - those over 25 years old. Whilst originally focused on Indian and Harley Davidson machines we now support all makes and models of machines. With the changing times it is now common to see many Japanese and Asian machines as well as the classic European and US brands.LEARN MORE
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