The clubs original flag, bit tattered from being displayed attached to a sidecar on rides.

VVMCCSA’S – 21st Motorcycle only Swap meet on Sunday 2nd October – Balhannah Oval


Membership for 2022-2023 is still $40.00.

If you required postage of the Smoke Signal, then an extra $25.00.
Country membership is $40, you will receive the Smoke Signal posted FREE to you.
Email of magazine is also available to all members – FREE.

Smoke Signal magazine for on line reading is also available further down on this home page.

Payment is either at a General Meeting night, of by Bank deposit where you need to state your name and membership number.


2022 August 2022 VVMCCSA – membership and info flyer about the club NEW

If you wish to join The Veteran and Vintage Motorcycle Club of South Australia, please print off the form, complete the details then email to [email protected] or post the application to Secretary, VVMCCSA PO Box 453, Marden 5070. 

2021 – Rally Entry Form edit version

Submission of this rally form is required when you participate in a VVMCCSA club ride.                                Please complete the form and hand it to the Records Officer at a meeting or on the day at the ride, or email – [email protected]


VVMCCSA future club rides.

          6th Flat Tank Society ride—Strathalbyn 18th September 2021

Map of the NEW ride


See this change of ride route – thanks to Mark and Miranda Howson for checking the places for me


6th Flat Tank Society ride-Strathalbyn 18th September 2022

Take 2

Due to a venue being closed the morning tea break is back on track and a de-railment was avoided.

Strathalbyn – Woodchester – Langhorn Creek – Milang – Clayton Bay – Finniss – Strathalbyn.

Sunday 18th September the forces will gather at Goodyear Auto Care Rankine Street Strathalbyn, Where Members can leave their cars and trailer here.

We depart at 10am.

Leaving the carpark we travel along Rankine Street and turn left into South Terrace then straight onto Callington Road straight to Woodchester.

Just short of Woodchester you turn right onto Meechi Road and travel to Langhorne Creek.

At the T junction in Langhorne Creek Township you turn Left onto Langhorne Creek Road towards Wellington 2km turn onto Lake Plains Road heading for Milang 11km turn Right onto Lake Road heading for Milang.

Arriving in Milang you will find the Port Milang Railway Station this will be our stop for morning tea.

Departing the Port Milang Railway Station turn Left onto Milang – Clayton Road heading for Clayton Bay. Ride through Clayton Bay turn Right onto Finniss – Clayton Road heading for Finniss.

13km turn Right onto Finniss – Milang Road 11km Turn Left onto 9 Mile Road heading for Strathalbyn 17km you will arrive back into Strathalbyn Turning Left onto Sandergrove Rd then mediate Right onto Rankine Street Arriving back at the Start – Finnish.

Thanks, you have successfully completed the ‘6th Flat Tank Society’ Ride.

Total distance is approximately 96kms or 59 Miles.

What to expect.

All roads are bitumen and back roads with minimal traffic.

The most important aspect of this ride is that it is flat riding country especially selected for the Veteran, Vintage and Tiddler Motorcycles.

There will be no stress on the rider or motorcycle thus allowing you to sit back, Relax and cruise along at your own pace.

Members there is nothing stopping you bringing out any make, model or size of Motorcycle.

Just come and enjoy the relaxed pace of the day.

Any Veteran and Vintage Flat Tankers, Girder fork and Tiddler riders are encourage for this is your chance to bring them out for that spring cruise.

We are still hoping we are to be lucky to experience a CZ Smoke haze, or Roar of a Bantam or Two.


Brian Forth. Tour Director 0409 514 213

Ian Hese. Club Captain 0409 083 436

Mark Howson Ride Leader 0439 831 862

Miranda Howson Recovery Trailer 0418 859 334



Mannum club ride – Monday 3rd October 2020 at Mary Anne Reserve, Mannum.

There are 2 rides, a short one for tiddlers and small capacity & 2nd a long ride for the big and fast boys.


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‘Old Crocks Ride’ for veteran and vintage motorcycle build before 1930.

On the 3rd Thursday of each month those intrepid ‘Old Crocks’ and the V&V motorcycles gather at Federation Reserve in Gumeracha for a 10am start. 

Members on younger motorcycle can attend and participate but be prepared to allow for the ‘Old Crocks’ and their motorcycles slowly gain the speed to negotiate the hills and vale of the Adelaide Hills.

The ride is usually short and sweat allowing for a coffee stop than back to the start exhausted.



Coffee mornings.

 Coffee morning  on the 1st Saturday of the month at How The Focaccia at Hindmarsh opposite Entertainment Centre from 9:15am


Thursday morning ride.

On the 1st Thursday of the month leaving 10am from Tea Tree Gully Hotel for a 10.00am start – destination is up to those who attend.


Enquires please email  –  [email protected]

New Postal address.

Secretary of VVMCCSA

PO Box 453

Marden 5070,

South Australia


Resuming of club events.

Members, all club events including General Meetings, Club rides and coffee meeting have returned. But be mindful of Covid-19 requirements of social distancing and gathering numbers.

We will need to consider that the numbers do not exceed the new Covid-19 regulations. Members will be advised via email when activities will resume. Brian Forth – President.


 Smoke Signal club magazine here-

January 2020 magazine for email

February 2020 magazine – email

March 2020 magazine – emailing

April 2020 magazine email

May 2020 magazine final – email

JUNE 2020 magazine final email

July 2020 Smoke Signal – email
August 2020 magazine – emailing

September Smoke Signal 614 – email

Smoke Signal October 2020 for email        

November Smoke Signal for printing.

December Smoke Signal ready for printing

2021 Smoke Signal magazines
January 2021 magazine 618 – email

February 2021 magazine 619 -final – reduced

March 2021 magazine 620 – emailing

April 2021 magazine 621 – FINAL email

May 2021 magazine 622 -email

June 2021 magazine 622 email

July 2021 magazine 624 – final

AUGUST 2021 magazine 625 – email

September 2021 magazine 626 – email

October 2021 magazine 627 – 65th edition email

November 2021 magazine 628 final email

December 2021 magazine 629 email with changes


January 2022 magazine 630 – final email

February 2022 magazine 631 – email

March 2022 magazine 632 – email 
APRIL 2022 magazine 633 – version 6 – final email 

  MAY 2022 magazine 634 – email

JUNE 2022 magazine 635 – email

July 2022 magazine 636 – final email

August 2022 magazine 637 – email

2020 – library list 1-100numlist


Links to various forms and information.

MR300B – declaration for exemption from surrendering number plates – If for some reason you need to lay-up your historic registered motorcycles for repairs – restoration or other reason and you wish to retain the number plate currently issued, complete this for and deliver to a DETI office.

Corner Marshal information.

For members desiring to be a corner marshal on a club ride, please read this corner marshal duties about the do and don’ts. But you need to be trained and qualified to perform this important position.

                      Welcome information

Welcome to the home page of The Veteran and Vintage Motor Cycle Club of South Australia. The VVMCCSA Club was formed in 1956 with the objectives of preserving, restoring and using Veteran, Vintage & Post Vintage Motorcycles. We are an active club of over 300 members, catering for veteran, vintage and classic motorcycles.

Machines must be at least 30 years old in the current year to be eligible for Club Events and historic registration.

We have Historic Vehicle Registration facilities for club eligible motorcycles.

Our Monthly magazine – Smoke Signal can be seen and read under the heading of Smoke Signal.

Our monthly meetings are at the Payneham RSL Club, 360 Payneham Rd, Payneham commencing 8 PM on the second Tuesday of the month.

Visitors will be made most welcome – you don’t need to own an old motorcycles to be a member and participate in club activities.

The Club is one of the oldest in the country, we are planning to celebrate our 65th Anniversary Rally in 2021. Still in the planning stage.

On the 3rd Sunday of each month we have a ride of members going north, east and south from Adelaide or starting at a nearby town and most ride are through the picturesque Adelaide Hills.

One of the Club’s activities is its annual Motorcycle Only Swap Meet at the Balhannah Oval each year. 

Library books are available for viewing and borrowing at every meeting – enquire with club librarian.

2020 – library list 1-100numlist



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