MOTORCYCLE COUNCIL of NSW
Ph: 1300 679 622
Who are we?
The Motorcycle Council of NSW Inc. (MCC of NSW) is an internationally recognised umbrella group for motorcycle clubs, associations and ride groups, in the state of New South Wales, Commonwealth of Australia.
Established in 1982, the MCC of NSW is the peak body for motorcycling in this state. It represents over 41 clubs, with more than 36,000 riders.
The MCC of NSW committee is comprised of:
Paul Taffa (Chairman)
Bruce Campbell (Vice Chairman)
Steve Pearce (Treasurer)
Brian Wood (Secretary)
Jason Antony (General Committee)
Peter Ivanoff (General Committee)
Kevin (Trip) Henry (General Committee)
Designated MCC of NSW Spokesmen:
Australian Motorcycle Council Delegates
Christopher (CJ) Burns
CONTACT THE MCC of NSW
For a full listing of MCC CONTACTS - Click Here
What do we do for you?
We represent Riders locally, nationally and internationally, safeguarding motorcycle riders' rights. We promote motorcycling and the interests of motorcyclists.
Some issues include:
- Road safety
- Crash barriers
- Exhaust Labelling
- CTP Insurance
How does the MCC work?
The MCC is run along democratic lines. Member clubs raise
issues from their own meetings via their delegates. These items are placed on the agenda of the MCC. The decision on whether an issue will be taken up or not is determined by a vote of the delegates.
First Monday of each month at 7:30pm
Normally, first Monday of the month, but not on a Public Holiday Monday, so it moves forward to the second Monday.
There is no meeting in January.
Meetings are conducted at Ryde Ex-Services Club (Bowling clubrooms)
724 Victoria Rd, Ryde, NSW 2112
(entrance via Eagle Street)
The MCC cordially extends an invitation to any rider who wishes to attend these meetings.
Come earlier to enjoy a meal, a drink & excellent company.
How are issues advanced?
After members vote to pursue an objective, club representatives work together on developing a solution. Unaligned riders may assist with this process, but member groups are kept informed of progress at all times.
How do you get involved?
MCC affiliation is open to all clubs, associations and ride groups. Membership is also open to individuals.
Each affiliated club has two delegate seats on the MCC. Both delegates have a vote at meetings and access to the Delegates' email list. Membership for clubs is free. Come and take your seat!
Although not entitled to vote on issues, Individuals who are not delegates and whether club members or not can join as Supporters. There are many benefits for Supporters. See the Supporters Page.
If you'd like your club to be part of the MCC, contact our Club Liaison Officer. More information: is here.
Motorcyclists' needs, as vulnerable road users, are rarely considered by those who draft legislation, change regulations or implement road safety.
It is important we establish a voice to maintain and improve legislation, regulations and campaigns, to protect motorcyclists and their interests.
United we ride, divided we walk.
Club Liaison Officer
Club representatives can find out more information by contacting the Club Liaison Officer
Established in 1982, the MCC of NSW is the peak body for motorcycling in this state.
It represents over 41 clubs, with more than 36,000 riders.
We represent Riders locally, nationally and internationally, campaigning for motorcycle riders' rights.
We promote motorcycling and the interests of motorcyclists.
After Members vote to pursue an objective, club representatives (Delegate) work together to develo a solution.
Unaligned riders may assist with this process, and member groups are kept informed of progress at all times by email groups, newsletters and meetings.
Aims and Objectives of the MCC
Aim:- The aim of the Council is to be, and be seen to be, the peak motorcycle rider advocacy group in NSW. Objectives:- The objectives of the Council are:- - To provide a link between motorcyclists...
MCC of NSW Constitution (2014)
A PDF format version of the MCC of NSW Constitution is available below. The Constitution was most recently amended in December 2014. The amendments include changes to procedures, definitions and...
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