Founded in 1976 the Irish Veteran & Vintage Motorcycle Club caters for people interested in Veteran, Vintage & Classic motor cycling and restoration.
The club's mission is to preserve Ireland's motorcycling heritage for present and future generations.
The IVVMCC has a membership in excess of 300 including most of the better known collectors and motor cycle enthusiasts in Ireland.
It is estimated that well over 800 machines are owned by club members with the oldest being more than 110 years old.
The club caters for all makes of 2 (& 3 wheeled machines) British, Japanese, Italian, German, USA and all world manufacturers so long as machines are over 20 years old.
The Club has an active and enthusiastic membership networked to similar enthusiasts throughout Ireland and the UK.
The Club is affiliated to the Motorcycling Union of Ireland (M.C.U.I.) and to the Vintage Motor Cycle Club of Great Britain which itself has at least 16,000 members.
The Club meets on the first Wednesday of each month at Pembrook Wanderers Hockey Club, Serpentine Avenue, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4 and issues a monthly newsletter - "Exhaust Notes" - to each member.
Talks and video evenings on motorcycling matters relevant to the club are organised throughout the year.
Each year a number of one day/two day runs are organised from March through to October.
The club also runs- its Annual Motorcycle Autojumble, Show and Sale at Leopardstown Racecourse. This show has now established itself as the Premier Show of its type in Ireland and is a firm social date.