January 20, 2019

Welcome to the Velocette Owners' Club of Australia, home of Velocette motorcycle enthusiasts throughout Australia, preserving, restoring, using and celebrating their motorcycles as the maker intended..

Wishing all our members a safe and healthy Xmas season and 2019!


Colleen and Keith Cannings 2018 rally photos…
Be patient while they load, there are plenty of them and I’ve uploaded in high quality.

A selection of photos from “Holtys Photos” John Holt who is following the rally and says the photos are of a size and resolution that can be easily downloaded and printed  –  link is here


Here are three copies of 1983 club newsletters, showing the before/ during/after writeups of the first NSW rally’s, which eventually morphed into what we all know and love as the Velocette Owners’ Club of Australia’s “Good Companions Rally”.
(Thanks go to Paul Barfoot for sending me the copies)

Velo news June 1983

Velo news Aug 1983

Velo news Oct 1983

Get your 2018 VOCA (the Velocette Owners’ Club of Australia)…

FOR WA MEMBERS – IMPROMPTU RIDE FORM    Editable PDF format    Word Doc format

The code 404 for bikes on concession allows for impromptu one off runs providing its recorded.

If the member/members complete the attached and email to veloman@velocette.org.au he will keep a record and you are covered.

It means you can just go for a ride and not have a licence issue. Please send it to him at least one hour before the ride commences.

WA Centre Whiteman Park display 2018

A good turnout and good weather for the promo day – thanks to everyone who bought bikes to display – Ken Vincent bought 8! Other came from as far away as Bunbury a couple of hours drive at least. Thanks to Linda Barfoot, David Barfoot, Marjorie Whitaker and their helpers we had a sausage sizzle in action to feed the mob – very much appreciated by all


THE WAY WE WERE – copy of Sept 1982 VOCA newsletter…..


This link is to a Data Base form for VOCA members to submit details on their machines.
Hopefully one day we can produce a modest booklet or similar.
The committee decided to have it also made available on VOCA website so everyone can fill it out and return it to Dominic so he can create the database – you can do this online and do not have to add a signature to send it in.

Of course all details are strictly general in nature and no identification of the location of the machines is being requested other than which state it is located in.