The Historic Motor Cycle Club of Queensland (HMCCQ) is an enthusiasts’ Club of more than 1300 members who take pride in keeping motorcycles 30 years and older, on the road.
The Club was originally formed in September 1970 and now comprises the following 15 Areas across Queensland: Brisbane, Burnett, Childers, Dalby, Fraser Coast, Gladstone, Gympie, Ipswich, Kingaroy, Pine Rivers, Rockhampton, Sunshine Coast, Tamborine Mountain, Toowoomba and Warwick; and a Subcommittee focused on the Indian marque.

Club Objectives

The objects of the Club are:

  • To encourage the proper restoration, preservation, use and retention within Queensland of Veteran, Vintage, Post War and Historic motorcycles – the Dating page provides details on each of these classes.
  • Organise, participate in and encourage the organisation of rallies, exhibitions and any other events suitable for the enjoyment of and the promotion of historic motor cycles.
  • Support charitable causes.
  • Maximize club membership.

All members receive a copy of our monthly journal, The Historic Motorcycle. The journal provides a broad range of topics such as; bike reviews, member profiles, technical articles, rally and ride reports, list of upcoming events and other Club news. Members are encouraged to contribute motorcycle related articles for inclusion in the journal.

HMCCQ events such one day and weekend rallies are regularly held. One or more of these rallies is usually held each month. All Areas hold monthly meetings and conduct one or more regular weekly rides.

A number of Areas organise motorcycle only swap meetings annually. In recent years these have been held at Maleny, Lowood, Pine Rivers, Fraser Coast and Laidley. Details on all Club rallies, rides and swap meetings are available on the Events pages.

One of the significant advantages of being a Club member is the ability to tap into a wealth of knowledge on almost any type of historic motorcycle/technology. Regular quotes in Member Profiles, when asked ‘What do you like best about our Club’, are typically “the camaraderie” and “the broad range of activities available”.

Further information about the Club is covered in the other pages of this site. Please visit the HMCCQ Contacts page if you would like to send us an online inquiry.

Should you wish to become a member please visit our Membership page to find out how.