Welcome to the online home of the Classic Motorcycle Club of the Western Cape in South Africa.
Our club was established in 1996 and is dedicated to preserving and enjoying all types of classic motor cycle through owning, maintaining and restoring these wonderful machines. Mostly our club members enjoy themselves by keeping their motorbikes where they belong … on the great twisty ro
ads of the Western Cape.
Monthly club meetings are held at the Tokai Library on the last Saturday of each month (except in December) that usually start at 13H30 with a chat and a boerie roll braai (or barbecue to the uninitiated), followed by a short meeting which often includes presentations, advice and talks on a variety of topics related to motor cycles.
Classic bikers on a Sunday run
It’s all about the biking…
and luckily, we live in the Cape
New members and visitors are most welcome to come along and join in at any time. Even if you don’t ride yet or you ride a modern bike you’re very welcome. To get in touch with the club directly please click here
For the latest information in the club’s Google Group and to receive club emails
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We have decided on a ride out to Rooi Els, along Clarence drive to the restaurant at Rooi Els “corner” under Klein Hangklip. First group meeting at Constantia Village 8.15 and the rest at the Engen 1 stop along the … Continue reading
Another regular monthly club meeting for the Classic Motorcycle Club of Cape Town, with the added bonus of a charcoal braai, cold beers and the possibility that someone would fall into Mike’s pool at some point in the afternoon. There … Continue reading
This weekend Michael McLoughlin’s BMW R65 tipped over 100 000km on it’s way out to Stellenbosch. A great advertisement for the legendary BMW reliability, we look foward to posting the 200 000km image at some point in the future.
This weekend the Classic Motorcycle Club Cape Town did a run out to Stellenbosch airfield with the Triumph Owners Club to visit another Classic Bike Club and their hanger choc full of museum worthy pieces. Thanks to Michael McLoughlin for … Continue reading
All images courtesy of club member (and all round great photographer) Jan Krux www.flickr.com/photos/jan-krux