Classic Riders Club
of Goulburn Inc.
About Our Club
Goulburn has a long and prominent history of motorcycling – host to the first Australian Tourist Trophy (TT) race held in 1914 and the first official Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix held in 1924.
Classic Riders Club of Goulburn (CRCG) began with the idea to form a Motorcycle Club which catered for restorers and riders of old and classic motorcycles. From this idea, and thanks to the work of Neil MacDonald and Richard Corbett, founding members gathered in Neil’s under house shed, the unofficial workshop which would be the creation point of CRCG.
The official launch was on 13 August 1991, with the inaugural meeting held at Goulburn’s RSL Club. CRCG commenced ‘life’ with 23 potential members, and today has around 130 members and over 120 motor cycles on Club Plates. Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month at Goulburn Workers’ Club, commencing 7.30pm.
New members are welcome and the club is all inclusive for motorcycles from vintage/veteran to modern. Club ethos is one of support and friendship, a ‘family’ with common interests and a passion for everything to do with motorcycles.
Call Secretary Dale on 0422 367 011 for more information.