VMCC AGM Voting Information
No login is required - only your VMCC membership number
Each web vote saves the VMCC £1 and potentially £13k if everyone votes electronically. It also saves volunteer time for our scrutineer teams in keying in votes.
All web voters will be entered into a prize draw for the Number One edition of the sold-out VMCC 75th-anniversary watch.
Vote for or against the two VMCC members standing for election who have volunteered to lead the VMCC forward
Both members are fully and unanimously supported by the leadership team taking the VMCC forward and a statement is available here
- Mario Costa-Sa
- Brian Southam
The VMCC Leadership Team
The Vintage Motor Cycle Club
The Vintage Motor Cycle Club, with over 14,000 Members, united by a common appreciation of the engineering skills and vision of those who built the pioneer machines, has ensured that such machines are not preserved as lifeless exhibits in a museum, but are brought to life on frequent occasions in order that a new generation can marvel at the handiwork of the pioneers, and an older generation can once again view with nostalgia the machines they rode in days gone by.
But don't let the word "Vintage" fool you! As well as catering for the very oldest pioneer machines, membership is open to those who have an interest in motorcycles more than 25 years old with many of our members owning modern machines as part of their "stable". We cater for enthusiasts of all ages and levels of experience & you don't even have to own a motorcycle to become a member!
For more information on the unique benefits that can be gained from becoming a member of the VMCC click here.
Latest Event Updates
Click below to view the planned events for 2021
It is with regret that we have decided that the Banbury Run will not take place this year. Given the current predictions on Covid 19 and the amount of work that would be required to run a large event that the authorities would allow, it would be impossible to keep the Banbury Run as our Premier event. We have looked at many alternatives like a simpler, smaller event or holding it later in the year, but we felt that any of the options would have diluted the spirit of the event. In addition, we need to make a decision now to give all participants as much notice as possible and before we undertake a large amount of administrative work and potentially incur non-refundable costs. The Banbury Run will return in 2022.
COVID Lockdown Exit
For details on the VMCC's understanding of guidance for riding during lockdown exit: COVID Exit Click here
Guidance from National Motorcyclists Council / COMORG and approved by the National Police Chief Constables Council is available here