2014 - Events

Welcome to the EAMC official Ride Calendar for 2013. Organised club events will be listed here, they will have start time and start location, they will also list the organiser for the event.
All members are invited to join any organised event, or if you wish to add an event to the Ride Calendar then please drop us an e-mail.
Just send some details of date and destination, distance (short, medium or long) and it will be discussed at the next committee meeting.

mail to EarlyAmericanMC@gmail.com

On the Home Page is an events calendar, as well as listing Club Organised events it will list events that may be of interest to members, car shows, swap meets, vintage festivals etc.

Club Organised Events will be preceded - EAMC
Events for information will be preceded - INFO

If you want to add an event to this calendar then drop us a line at
EarlyAmericanMC@gmail.com

Have a Happy Year, Ride Safe and Enjoy.

Mike

Webmaster EAMC

10th May 2014 - Arthur Grady Display

posted Mar 1, 2014, 11:26 PM by EarlyAmerican MotorcycleClub   [ updated Mar 1, 2014, 11:27 PM ]

Arthur Grady Ride and Display Fremantle Heritage Festival

Saturday 10 May 2014

The Arthur Grady Ride and Display is on again this year. It is rapidly becoming an extremely popular

motorcycling event in Western Australia Last year saw over 200 bikes from all eras taking part and

lots of interest from the general public.



The event celebrates the feats of Arthur Grady who in 1924 became the first person to ride a

motorcycle around Australia. He set off from the Fremantle Town Hall and returning five months later

to a rousing reception and a place in the history books.

The day will feature a running replica of the bike Arthur rode on his epic adventure as well as lots

of information and pictures of his ride. The day will also feature a huge display of veteran, vintage,

classic, custom and modern bikes.

2014 will see an expansion of the event. The City of Fremantle will be closing William Street (the

road around the Town Hall. And in addition to the bikes in the square William Street will be filled with

displays by the Machine Preservation Society, The Hand Tool Preservation Society, the vintage

Commercial Vehicle Society, The Bus Preservation Society, the vintage pram society, vintage bicycle

club of WA and a collection of pre 1930’s cars.

The centre of the event will remain the motorcycles and the area directly in front of the town hall will

be set aside for pre 31 bikes. It would be great to see a big turn out of these fantastic machines.

The event however remains open to all motorcycles from all eras. And post 31 bike will be displayed

as in previous years through the square. I would encourage you all to take part in what is rapidly

becoming one of WA’s great motorcycle gatherings.

The order of the Day for bikes will be:

• Assemble Kings Square Fremantle from 10.00am (There will be three main sections in the

Square Pre 1931, 1931 – 1988 and 1988 – present)

• Static Display 1130 – 1400

• BBQ Lunch from 1130

• Depart Kings Square 1400

Any one bringing bikes on trailers, in vans or utes that will not be ridden on the day will need to notify

me for drop off and parking instructions.

This is a great day for celebrating Western Australia’s rich motorcycling heritage see you there!



September 2014

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August 2014

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June 2014 - Mystery Ride

posted Mar 1, 2014, 10:16 PM by EarlyAmerican MotorcycleClub   [ updated Mar 1, 2014, 10:17 PM ]

We need a volunteer ride leader to plan and co-ordinate this ride for the club.

Let us know by email if you are interested.


earlyamericanmc@gmail.com


Meet : TBC


Ride Fee: $5.00


Ride Coordinator: TBA (your name goes here)

Back-up trailer: TBA

Length: Short     Medium      Long

6th July 2014 - Chris's American Independance Day Ride

posted Mar 1, 2014, 10:12 PM by EarlyAmerican MotorcycleClub   [ updated Mar 1, 2014, 10:13 PM ]

TBC

Meet : TBC


Ride Fee: $5.00


Ride Coordinator: Chris

Back-up trailer: - TBA

Length: Short   Medium    Long

18th May 2014 - National Motoring Heritage day

posted Mar 1, 2014, 10:08 PM by EarlyAmerican MotorcycleClub   [ updated Mar 1, 2014, 10:08 PM ]

TBC

Meet TBC


Ride Fee: $5.00


Ride Coordinator: TBA

Back-up trailer: - TBA

Length: Short     Medium     Long

7th & 8th June 2014 - Presidents Ride (TBC)

posted Mar 1, 2014, 10:07 PM by EarlyAmerican MotorcycleClub   [ updated Mar 17, 2014, 6:45 AM ]

Possible overnight ride down south, see FlatChat or watch this space for further information.



Meet : TBC
Ride Fee: $5.00

Accomadtion Fee: TBA

Ride Coordinator: Mike (President)
Back-up trailer: - Yes

Length: Short     Medium     Long

27th Apr 2014 - Classic Car Show - Whiteman Park

posted Mar 1, 2014, 8:59 PM by EarlyAmerican MotorcycleClub   [ updated Mar 1, 2014, 8:59 PM ]

Classic Car Show           

The largest display of collectible vehicles can be seen at the Classic Car Show which caters for a wide range of motoring enthusiasts in Western Australia.  Each year the show attracts around 1 000 cars and over 20 000 spectators to Whiteman Park and is proudly sponsored by Auto One.

Numerous other attractions include live music, craft stalls, motor traders plying their trades and other interesting events.

For 2014 the show will be held on Sunday 28th of April and the public are invited to view the show between 10am and 3.30pm entry via Gold Coin donation. Come out and spend the day at Whiteman Park enjoying the Classic Car Show and all the other activities on offer in the park.



All members are urged to attend. Club will provide the shelter and a Sausage Sizzle, bring a chair.

Hang out and show your bikes off to the world.

You need to be there before 8.30am and stay until about 3.30pm.

Meet a committee member who will be inside the Dulwich Street entrance to collect your entry ticket.

This event is a major opportunity to display what our club can offer by the way of bike restoration and fellowship.

We always get an enthusiastic crowd whenever the Scout or Prince is fired up.

We may get even more if the Indian Hill Climber is sparked up. 


Several members will be camping over at our site on the Saturday night. Bring your own supplies and tent/swag.

Please advise a committee member if you wish to camp over.

Regards

EAMC Committee

Map of EAMC Display Location - Mussel Pool





13th April 2014 - Rob and Glen's Breakfast Ride

posted Mar 1, 2014, 8:44 PM by EarlyAmerican MotorcycleClub   [ updated Mar 1, 2014, 8:44 PM ]

Heading to Roley's on the Ridge for breakfast

Meet : TBA

Ride Fee: $5.00


Ride Coordinator: Glen and Rob

Length: Short     Medium     Long

8th & 9th Mar 2014 - Bunbury 2 Day 40th Aniversary

posted Mar 1, 2014, 8:08 PM by EarlyAmerican MotorcycleClub   [ updated Mar 1, 2014, 8:24 PM ]

The 40th  Annual Bunbury Two Day Event

Look at the video from 2010 - Video

2013 Line-up at Donnybrook on Day 1


Presented by Indian Harley Club (Bunbury) Inc  - Website



Meet
: TBA - generally leave on Friday Mid Morning - Aim to meet at Pinjarra Bakery for Lunch
             Camping in our usual location at the BMCC Clubrooms

Ride Fee: $5.00


Ride Coordinator: Wayne, Andrew, Mike, Glen

Length: Short     Medium     Long

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