Member Info

Formed in the 1973, the main aim of the association is to allow people with a common interest in BSA motorcycles to share the experience. Activities include monthly meetings, rides, social outings,  rallies, classic racing, etc., in order to maximise the pleasure of BSA ownership and get those old bikes  out of the shed and on the road.

The aim of the association is to allow people with a common interest in BSA motorcycles to share activities, such as monthly meetings, rides, social outings, rallies, factory dispatch records, etc, in order to maximize the pleasure of BSA ownership. A regular magazine containing details of events & articles of interest is distributed to all financial members. Windcheaters, T-shirts and badges are available.

Major events in the year include Presidents Day display of members BSA’s and the highly successful All British Rally®, run since 1977. The Association is Vicroads approved for Club Permit Scheme participation. “The first formal meeting was held on February 7th, 1973 (1),since then we have been meeting on the first Wednesday of every month”.

Beezervic Email Account

The Association operates Beezervic Email Account that has been created so that financial members of the BSA Motorcycle Owners Association Inc are informed of club events,updated with club-related information and general matters pertaining to motorcycling. See our Disclaimer for more information on how we manage Beezervic.

Western district

  • An official sub-branch operates in Hamilton to cater for the Western district of the Victoria.

Fees

  • Membership: @ $50 per year.
  • NOTE: What constitutes a family membership?
  • Family membership consists of: the member, the member’s partner and children until employed full time. "Committee meeting 9th July 2008"

By Post

    PO Box 2400

    Oakleigh, Vic, 3166

    AUSTRALIA

References: 1. Australian Motorcycle News - Vol 23, No.1, May 25-June 8, 1973.