The vintage Motor Cycle Club - VMCC
The Vintage Motor Cycle Club


VMCC Section



Thursday 9th Fish and Chip Night [RC] The Sun Leintwardine SY7 0LP 7,00pm

Sunday 12th Pete's Welsh Mountain Run [PH] The Square Bromyard [ROUTE HERE] [GPX ROUTE (Zip'd]
- NB: Earlier start! 9am for 9.30am - Lunch must be ordered via Richard before 10th June

Monday 13th Bring a Bike Night [JP] The Bell 7.30pm

Thursday 16th Bend Swingin’ [RC] The Rose and Crown, Tenbury 9.30am [ROUTE HERE]

Sunday 19th Open Day [RC] The Cob house WR6 6YE 9.30am

Sunday19th Banbury Run [VMCC] N.M.M. Gaydon 9.00am

Monday 20th Committee Meeting [JP] The Talbot Knightwick 7.00pm

Saturday 25th Girder fork Run with NBS [MR] Rowberries Garden Centre 10.00am

Sunday 26th ‘Hereford on the Edge’* The Lion Leintwardine SY2 0JZ 8.00am

Thursday 30th Breakfast Meet [LB] The Leaking Well DY12 9SX 9.30am

Do you own a motorbike or scooter over 25 years old? Would you like to ride it in the company of like-minded enthusiasts, in some of Worcestershire, Herefordshire, Shropshire and Monmouthshire's prettiest and most unspoilt roads? Would you like to 'chew the fat' and socialise over a cup of tea, a pub lunch or afternoon tea?

If the answer to any of those questions is yes, why not come along to one of the Worcestershire section of the VMCC's meetings! You don't have to be a member of the VMCC (Vintage Motor Cycle Club) to come along for some 'taster' runs, although if you enjoy it enough to keep coming back (which we're sure you will!) we might politely suggest that you join!

You don't have to ride a Vintage Brough Superior, or a '50s British 'classic' to come along. We welcome anything from a 1920s Triumph, to a 1990s Kawasaki -you'll be greeted in an equally friendly manner. Plus, you'll discover some great routes you never knew existed, and all in the company of fellow enthusiastic bikers of all ages and sexes!

What's in our area?

Located close to the heart of this magnificent and historic county, the city of Worcester itself is world famous for its Cathedral dating back to 1084, and was also the place for the final battle of the English Civil War, in 1651, between Oliver Cromwell’s Army & King Charles II.

The city & county were also known for glove manufacture, Spode porcelain, Worcestershire sauce, the Morgan Car company, Severn Valley Railway and beautiful scenery.

The Worcestershire VMCC section has had a very active membership for many years and enjoys rides into the surrounding countryside taking in the magnificent surrounding scenery of the Malvern Hills, as well as regular runs into the neighbouring counties of Herefordshire, Gloucestershire, Shropshire and Warwickshire, and further afield into Powys and Monmouthshire!


held on the second Monday of the month:

The Bell inn, Lower Broadheath, WR2 6QG from around 7:30pm.

In winter months meetings held inside, with occasional talks, quizzes.
During summer months meetings are outside!


held year round and normally start from:

The Mayfly Cafe at the Cob House, Wichenford WR6 6YE [MAP]

or from

The Square, Bromyard, HR7 4BP [MAP]

(Runs start at 9:30 for 10:00 unless otherwise stated.)

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