Welcome to the Home page of the West South Wales Section of the Vintage Motor Cycle Club
The West South Wales Section caters for all motorcycles, combinations and three wheelers with a minimum age of 25 years, regardless of make or country of origin. You do not need to own an old motorcycle to get involved, just have an interest in them. The West South Wales section is one of 83 within the Vintage Motor Cycle Club with the National club membership now being approx 17,000.
Evening meetings take place on the fourth Monday of the month at the New Cross Inn in Dryslwyn at 8pm and the first Tuesday of the month at the Rugby Club in Narberth at 8pm. Details of all our events are included in the Section Events/Calendar. So if you have an interest in, or indeed own an old motorcycle or three wheeler, then come and see us at a Meeting or an Event - you'll be most welcome.
For further details about the Section or Events please contact one of the Section's Officers on the: Contacts Page
The latest Section information is available in "News and Notices" on the main menu.
SAUNDERSFOOT REGS 2016 ARE NOW AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD SEE "HERE"
Black Mountain Entry Form available "HERE"
Entry forms for Gwili Railway Festival of Transport Show available "HERE"
There will be a ride out the same as last year from this.
70th Anniversary Baton Relay
The VMCC has organised a Baton Relay to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the forming of the VMCC.
The Baton will be with the West Wales Section from the 15th of May to the 17th May. On the evening of the 15th May, Chris Thomas, one of our members will pick the Baton up in Sennybridge and take it to his home. The following morning 16th at 9.00am members are invited to start the run at Chris's home (07974373987) and it will then make its way to Cardigan and then onto Fishguard, St Davids and finally that evening end up at Jim Codd our area representatives home in Begelly.
The day after, the 17th May it will continue from Jim's home (07773504561) at 9.00am and go to Tenby, Saundersfoot and Amroth, and then along the coast to Pendine, Laugharne and onto Carmarthen and in the evening about 5.00pm it will be handed over to the Swansea Section at Parc y Scarlets Llanelli.
All section members are encouraged to attend and support this very important event in the history of the VMCC.
The route has not yet been finalised but details will be placed on this website as soon as possible along with approx times of arrival at points on the route.
Look forward to seeing you at part or all of the run.