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>> melbourne’s lgbtiqa+ motorcycle group <<
>> 30 years old in 2020 <<
>> established – 1990 <<

our next ride is...

Christopher & Dan’s Heathcote for Lunch Ride – Sunday 18 April 2021

MMT COVID-19 Update

We are again operating in a COVID-normal way in Victoria so our meetings are now in person (restrictions apply) and via Zoom and rides are also scheduled. If you wish to attend our meetings via Zoom contact us and we’ll send you the Zoom link or come along in person – now that we can – YAY!

MMT is NOW authorised by VicRoads to operate under the Club Permit Scheme

This scheme is for veteran, classic, historic and street road vehicles. If you’re a member you can now access this scheme through MMT.

we love to ride and we love that we are part of the lgbtiqa+ community in victoria

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Christopher & Dan's Heathcote for Lunch Ride on Sunday 18th April 2021

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Meeting on 13th April 2021 @ Royal Standard Hotel

rides since 1990

2020 is our 30th year as a club and we’ve clocked up many rides since 1990 and we’re looking forward to many more years of rides! Here’s the current count…

club rides since 1990

upcoming events

  1. MMT Monthly Meeting & Dinner

    April 13 @ 6:30 pm - 10:00 pm AEST
  2. MMT RIDE: Christopher & Dan’s Heathcote For Lunch Ride

    April 18 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm AEST
  3. MMT SOCIAL: MMT at Midsumma Festival LIVE

    April 30 @ 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm AEST
  4. MMT Monthly Meeting & Dinner

    May 11 @ 6:30 pm - 10:00 pm AEST
  5. MMT RIDE: David P’s Maldon Ride

    May 16 @ 9:30 am - 5:00 pm AEST

our members

We have members of all ages and from all walks of life. The one thing that we all enjoy is to ride! Our current membership numbers are below:

number of members

“In a car you’re always in a compartment, and because you’re used to it you don’t realize that through that car window everything you see is just more TV. You’re a passive observer and it is all moving by you boringly in a frame. 
On a motorcycle the frame is gone. You’re completely in contact with it all. You’re in the scene, not just watching it anymore, and the sense of presence is overwhelming.” 
― Robert M. Pirsig, Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance: An Inquiry Into Values

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