Club Objectives and Constitution

The objective of the Club is to promote the restoration and use of early American made motorcycles manufactured prior to and including the year date 1966.

The main emphasis of the Club is for social activities to be enjoyed with people of similar interests. Our rides are fun, easy paced and relaxed. The Committee proposes a Calendar of Events. These events include short and long rides. The short rides are to encourage members who have older and perhaps slower machines. Some rides will take longer than other club rides as many of our machines are more powerful and faster. All members are encouraged to attend both short and long rides. The calendar of Events includes a gymkhana at Whiteman Park, a two day event at Bunbury and another to Falcon as well as rides to places of interest such as York, Spencer’s Brook, the House of Buick, Gingin Historic vehicle event and a fish and chip run.

Other major emphases of the Club are machine maintenance, rider safe practices and positive personal behaviour.

Bikes being inspected - 2009 Gymkhana at Whiteman Park
photo by Glenn McAdam 2009

EarlyAmerican MotorcycleClub,
Oct 27, 2009, 12:25 AM