Events

Details of all Cheshire Cats Runs can be found on the VMCC calendar or here on our website.

Riding Events

Over the riding season we organise a variety of road runs, some of them more formal Road Safety Rallies and others more informal social runs. We cater for participants to attend on bikes under that comply with the 25 year rule but some events are unrestricted and more modern bikes are always made welcome. For further details see the information below or contact the organisers.

Non Riding Events

We hold our club night every 3rd Thursday of the month throughout the year. A mixture of club business, visiting speakers, quizzes and most importantly 'classic banter'. Come along and join us - if you like what you see you could join the VMCC and become a full participating member.

During the riding season we try to get in as many mid-week runs as we can. Organised on an impromptu basis usually depending on the weather and visiting local sites of interest where possible.

Keep an eye on Facebook, emails or WhatsApp group.

Wistanstow Bike Show

The Wistanstow Bike Show, usually March, is one of our season openers. A 70 mile jaunt down to Craven Arms to visit the classic Bike Show and autojumble.

Contact: Phil Green - phil.green100@btinternet.com

Mikes Spring Run

Another early Spring Run around the South Cheshire/north Staffs/Shropshire area

Contact: Mike Griffiths - griffiths.michael@wanadoo.fr

Whitley Run. Usually run on the first Sunday in August, this is the Famous Annual Whitley Road Safety Run, which will take you on a ramble through leafy North Cheshire totaling around 50/60 miles. There will be questions at the start and en route on the Highway Code and Motorcycles plus a lunch stop at a convenient hostelry. Refreshments available at the village hall at the start and finish.

A ride that is particularly suited to older and lower powered machines.

Contact: Richard Whitehurst - vmcccats

Stretton Water Mill is a wonderful place to visit, especially in glorious June . An old working mill with guided tours set in a beautiful location in Cheshire. There will be a BBQ, informal runs out, bikes on display at the front of the mill etc.

Contact: Bob Moon - robert.moon93@ntlworld.com

The Goostrey Run 1st Sunday in September from Goostrey Sports Centre Pavilion.

A Road Safety Run with around 60 miles of beautiful Cheshire countryside to admire en route. There will be questions and a lunch stop. Tea & bikkies on arrival and finish. The route will likely be on mainly 'B' roads so any VMCC-eligible bike will be OK

Contact: Malcolm Ross - malcolm@msross.org.uk