Latest News

  • July Guest Speakers: Rule of Law

    Nick Clark and Jackie Charles are our Guest Speakers for the night. They represent the Rule of Law Insitutute, and will provide a spin-free presentation on the NSW Anti-Association Laws and VLAD.

  • June Guest Speaker: Sen. Leyonhjelm

    Senator David Leyonhjelm will be the guest speaker at our General meeting on 6 June to speak to us about his efforts with respect to motorcycling. Meeting starts at 7.30pm in the Phoenix Room of the...

  • New Meeting Format

    We’re changing the format of our General meetings to include regular guest speakers. All motorcyclists are welcome to attend the MCC's monthly general meetings. Topics for the next 3 months are:-...

  • New Helmet Laws

    On 11th December 2015 the use of helmets meeting International Helmet standard UN ECE 22.05 became legal for use in NSW. For more information click here

  • Cameras on Helmets

    The use of cameras on motorcycle helmets is now legal in the ACT. Also see this article by the BBC about testing helmets (including ECE22.05 motorcycle helmets) with...

  • Increased Penalties for Phone Use While Driving

    Starting during this year’s Christmas holiday, mobile phone offences will be added to double demerit periods. Also, an additional demerit point will be added to the existing standard penalty of three ...

  • New Historic Registration Rules

    On 4th September 2015 Duncan Gay, the Minister for Roads announced a new additional Historic Registration scheme to run along side the existing scheme. For more information click here

  • Putty Road Emergency Phone Locations

    The MCC has put together a pamphlet outlining the location of Emergency Phones along the Putty Road For more information click here

  • Lane Filtering legalised

    On 1st July 2014, lane filtering was legalised in NSW. The MCC of NSW has fought for this legalisation for many years. For more details click here

  • Bikers A-Z Survival Bible

    Steve Lambert has written ‘Bikers A-Z Survival Bible’ which covers great advice such as: animal awareness, braking techniques, cheat sheet, don’t follow too close and much more. See HERE for more...

  • Bylong Valley Way Improvements

    As a result of a cluster of motorcycle crashes in a short section of Bylong Valley Way, NSW Roads and Maritime Services (formerly RTA) and Mid Western Regional Council are completing improvements to the road using Federal Blackspot Funding. For more details see the files below.

  • About M.A.R.I.

    A brief history of M.A.R.I.

  • Motorcycles help keep you young: software expert

    Riding motorcycles helps keep drivers young by invigorating their brains, the scientist behind popular "Brain Training" computer software said, citing a new scientific study.

  • GIO CTP "Pillion Passenger: No" Clarification

    The Motor Accidents Authority has responded to the MCC's request for clarification on the legality of GIO's CTP policies with "Pillion Passenger: No" line item.


    The Motorcycle Accident In-Depth Study (MAIDS) is a study using the internationally agreed Case Control methodology for in-depth motorcycle crash investigations. This means that for every crashed...

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Why Join MCC?

Because you'll help yourself get a better deal as a motorcycle Rider.

For over 30 years the MCC of NSW has fought for the rights, safety and recognition of all motorcyclists.

Despite some victories, it has always been limited by a lack of funding and resources.

The MCC does not receive any ongoing government funding for operational or administrative costs.

So the MCC changed its constitution to allow for 'Individual Supporters'. ANYONE can become an MCC of NSW Individual Supporter, including club members and delegates. Your support will help us to represent road, dirt, track and farm riders; men, women and children; motorcycle, scooter, trike and quad riders.


For $35 annually you can help us support you as a motorcyclist and qualify for a range of benefits and discounts.

Benefits Of Being An Individual Supporter

The following businesses offer discounts on production of you MCC card:

Motosid Adventure Tours


  • Repco
    10% discount on purchases at Repco (registration required; check your welcome letter for details). You will also be eligible for other more significant discounts when they arise at various times.

First Aid for Motorcyclists


Overland Adventure Consultants


  • Skill Master Motorcycle Services
    Rider Training
    Phone Paul Riley 0414 974 815 for info on discounts


  • Kwikshift Transport
    Based in Sydney Metro.
    Blue Mountains
    Central West
    Sydney & Metro
    Central Coast
    15% discount on motorcycle transport
    Phone David Golledge 0419 461103
    Free call: 1300 59 45 74


Western Motorcycles

Wheelie Zone

Note: The MCC of NSW does not endorse or condone motorcycle stunting on public roads

Bronze Frog Photography logo


RT Screen Printing


  • Bikescape motorcycle rental
    10% discount on bike rental and workshop labour
    Phone 1300 736 869


  • Silverhorse Clothing
    10% discount on Bikie Chic branded items
    Phone 02 9569 4111 or 0409 421594

Riders Choice

  • Riders Choice Motorcycle workshop
    10% Discount
    North Narrabeen
    Phone (02) 9913 1828

Blue Tongue

  • Blue Tongue Carpets
    Discounts of at least 5% (10+% for jobs over $1000) or 20% for product only purchases - Carpets, rugs, vinyl and timber flooring.
    Phone Stephan Lofting 02 9979 7292 or 0438 797 292

Grey Gum Cafe

Motorcycle Gear

Union Hotel

  • Union Hotel, Tumbarumba
    Discount on Accommodation
    The Parade, Tumbarumba, NSW (NE of Albury, NW of Cooma)
    Phone (02) 6948 2013

Bridge Hotel

  • Bridge Hotel, Jingellic
    Discount on Accommodation
    Main Street, Jingellic, NSW (On the Murray River, east of Albury)
    Phone (02) 6037 1290

Voting rights at council meetings are limited to delegates of member clubs, Individual Supporters can attend meetings to raise issues.

Individual Supporters also have a direct method of feedback with the Council via the MCC of NSW enquiries to ensure we are hearing about the issues that interest Individual Supporters.

Clubs not yet affiliated with MCC contact