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Rego Historic Reg in NSW/QLD

Discussion in 'Licence - Rego - Insurance - Law - Rider Training' started by Joker, Jan 10, 2018.

  1. Joker

    Joker If you want me find Club250 on facebook. Premium Member Contributing Member

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    Hi Guys,

    Would there be any interest in permits in QLD or NSW for historic/club bikes? I am not sure what the likes of CCJMC and VJMC etc charge but am considering extending Club250's reach if there is enough interest. I'd need some solid individuals in those cities willing to sacrifice some time to scruitineer bikes and be the "head of state" for the club first (also willing to help build a membership base and organise rides etc so it's a bit full on to start with).

    The biggest hurdle is that I need to incorporate the club if we move that way, it gets a bit messy with insurances and a few other things but am willing to seriously consider it if there is a likelihood we could build a solid base.

    When we did it in Victoria I was able to rustle up 20 paying members before we approached vicroads, it took a bit of networking but it wasn't as hard as I thought. Club is up to around 500 people in the network but 90% of that is VIC based at present.

    Thoughts?
     
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    am on the vjmc national committee.to my knowledge ,in nsw you must be a club that is incorporated and be running for a minimum of 2 years. club scrutineer verifies road worthiness for free. rego papers are checked and road authority cross references scrutineers authority. the fizzer cost 91 smacko,s and that includes green slip. given rego papers and logbook and must be carried.if on unauthorised ride logbook must be filled i OR a 170 fine and club booted heavily.prospect of club cancelling membership of said person and club may lose right to members having historic rego right.the 91 dollars covers cost of number plate in first year so next year will cost around 45 smacko,s.i can ride every day on one of my bikes and still be ahead of normal rego.
     
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    Similar to Victoria then, except here we don't have to be incorporated. Come August we've been running two years, our prices are very similar. I just wonder if there's a market in the other capitals like there is here that is untapped for smaller riders, we've had quite a bit of success with that approach thus far. Problem is I can't be in every state at once and most of our guys are volunteers so there's not much incentive except passion to drive things forward.
     

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