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Kent Clubs

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Our county is lucky to be called home to a huge breadth of clubs who together, ensure Kent’s motorbike culture is always thriving. Why not discover the comradery, biker spirit and community contribution of these groups for yourself? Use our club directory to investigate those close to you, get in touch, join a meet and become part of a booming biking network.

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Associated Sheppey Bikers

A low rules, family operated club for family loving bikers

Facebook Page: https://goo.gl/wH2vEn

Email: [email protected]

Meeting Place: Layzells Tavern Club, The Broadway, Minster on Sea, Sheerness ME12 2DF – Friday 7.30pm

Christian Motorcyclists Association (Kent)

Taking the Christian Gospel to the UK Motorcycling Community

Website: www.bike.org.uk

Email: [email protected]

Telephone: 0800 015 4479

Deal & District MCC

Going strong since 1950! Members and non-members welcome

Website: http://www.ddmcc.co.uk

Email: [email protected]

Meeting Place: Magnet Inn, London

Road, Deal CT14 9PW – Thursdays 7.30pm

East Kent Advanced Motorcyclists

Formed in 1980 to help motorcyclists to improve the standards of riding to IAM standards…and to socialise!

Website: http://www.ekam.org.uk

Contact:http://www.ekam.org.uk/index.php/theclub/contct-us

Telephone: 01233 627373

East Kent Classic Motorcycle Club

A club open to machines 18 years and older and for bikers needing somewhere local to meet like-minded enthusiasts

Website: http://www.eastkentclassicmotorcycleclub.co.uk/

Contact: http://www.eastkentclassicmotorcycleclub.co.uk/contact.html

English Rose Sisterhood

The no-attitude female side-patch motorcycle club

Website: http://www.englishrosesisterhood.co.uk/

Email:[email protected]

Kent Advanced Motorcyclists Group

A friendly bunch of bikers who are all trying to improve riding skills to an advanced level

Website: http://kamg.org.uk/

Email: [email protected]

Events: http://kamg.org.uk/kamg-events/

Kent Better Bikers

A club with safe and progressive riding at the heart of their ethos

Website: http://www.kentbetterbikers.org.uk/

Email: [email protected]

Meeting place: Last Thursday of every month at 8pm at the Red Lion, Lenham, Maidstone ME17 2PG

Kent Honda Owners Club

Welcoming Honda owners of all ages and skill sets

Website: http://www.kent.hoc.org.uk/Kent_HOC_Site/Welcome.html

Meeting Place: First Monday of each month at 8pm a The Tudor Rose, Sittingbourne ME9 8BT

Medusa WMC

The only sanctioned, full back patch, 1% WMC club for women riders, running for over 10 years

Website: http://www.medusamotorcycleclub.co.uk/

Meeting Place: Second Friday of the month at Frog and Orange, Shatterling CT3 1JR

Widows Sons South East

Masonic Bikers Association covering the South East of England. Regular rides for charity and respect for all fellow bikers

Website: http://wsse.uk/index.html

Contact: http://wsse.uk/contact-us.html

Meeting Place: Monthly at Wrotham Masonic Hall, St. Marys

Road, Wrotham TN15 7AN

69 Motorcycle Club

A bike club for everyone, from moped riders to super-bike rally-ists,

men and women, from learners to advanced riders of all ages

Website: http://69mcc.uk

Telephone: 01304 820 181

Meeting Place: Every Sunday evening approx. 7.30pm –

locations differ

1066

They ride Harleys…and have fun!

Website: http://www.1066hogchapter.co.uk/

Contact: http://1066chapter.com/contact-us-2

Meeting place: Angel Farm, Ropers Lane, Hoo, Rochester ME3 8GJ

COVID-19 Notice

Whilst the temptation to wheel out the bike and take to the road is great, especially considering to fine weather we are experiencing at the moment, please take time to consider the implications:

  • Going for a motorcycle ride is not essential use
  • Riding in groups does not reflect a responsible approach to the current situation and will only enforce the negative image of bikers that non bikers hold
  • At some point you will have to stop and if you are in a group you will no longer be social distancing
  • You are putting yourself and others at risk. If you are unfortunate enough to be involved in a crash the extra unnecessary burden you will put on the already over stretched NHS staff will be YOUR FAULT because your ride was not essential
  1. STAY AT HOME
  2. PROTECT THE NHS
  3. SAVE LIVES