The 59 Club Australia Inc is the official branch of the famous 59 Club of London.
We are a Motorcycle Club for riders of Cafe Bikes, Motorcycles built in the spirit of a Cafe race or Classic bikes, but all are welcome.
The 59 Club Australia was founded on the idea that motorcycles were built to be ridden not polished. It's also based on the Rocker Culture of England in the 60's, the music and the motorcycles. We have very few rules we just want you to show up. We want to keep it about cool bikes, hanging out with your mates and having a good time.
The 59 Club Australia is organising a ride to meet our QLD brothers & sisters half way, meeting just outside of Dubbo on Saturday 28th.
The ride will commence from Yarra Glen at 8:00am on Friday 27th, rest stops organised for around every 2 hours allowing time for people to fuel up.
The first night will be in Junee NSW staying at the Junee Tourist Park.
In preperation for the ride please let Bear know by the 15th February if you plan to attend this event, alternativily contact the National email address/phone number.
For the first nights accommadation make sure you book early.
Junee Tourist Park, 2 Sunnyside Lane, Junee NSW 2663
Mention 59 club when you book and you get the group booking discount. (02) 6924 1316
Try to book in as soon as possible as the park is near the correction facility and books out quickly for weekends.
Members of the 59 Club Australia share a passion for riding, racing and fixing bikes. The line-up of bikes is quite diverse from British and European to Japanese, with a focus on Classic, Cafe & Street Fighter styles. We like to carry on the traditions of the British Rocker Clubs, riding bikes and hanging out with your mates.
In Victoria, Club meetings are held on the forth Wednesday of each month starting at 7pm at the Maroondah Club on the corner of Mt Dandenong Road and Dublin Road in Ringwood.
You can also find us on Sundays at the All Moto Cafe on Maroondah Highway, East End, Healesville from 10am. (Unless we have a 59 Club Event)
We also meet on Wednesday mornings at Monroe's Cafe in Healesville, Main Street (across from the Post Office) at 11am.
We organise regular weekend and weekday rides and annual club events. We hold two Major rides per year. The 59 Club Burn-Up and an annual Mods vs. Rockers run, with all profits donated to charity.
We have a bunch of guys that enjoy making old bikes go fast and race at several historic race meets throughout the year. If you like club politics and drama, you have to look elsewhere.
We also have members across all of Australia, contact us on the above details and we can put you in contact with your local members in your state.