Welcome to the home of The Motor Cycling Club

Founded in 1901, we're Britain’s oldest sporting motor club for motorcycles and cars

Founded in 1901, the Motor Cycling Club is one of the very oldest clubs for the sporting motorist. We have over 1000 loyal and enthusiastic members who enjoy our own particular style of motor sport on two, three, or four wheels. 

We are known mainly for our three great long distance classic reliability trials; the Exeter Trial (held in early January), the Lands End Trial (held at Easter), and the Edinburgh Trial (held in early October). These have all been run since the first decade of the last century with the essential character unchanged and entries still numbered in the hundreds.

Visit our Events page to find out more...

Our events

We organise three main trials a year, plus other summer events.

Join the MCC today

Take part in our regular motorsport events by becoming part of the club.

The history of the MCC

The MCC has been running since 1901 and is one of the oldest running motorsport clubs today.

Fifth Gear tackles the Exeter Trial (part 1)

Tackling Blue Hills in the Land’s End Trial

Find us on Facebook

If you're an MCC member, you can now express your interest to compete in this year's Edinburgh Trial on 3rd October. Log in to the online entry system and enter your details: members.themotorcyclingclub.org.uk before 31st July.

Registering your interest is free and does not oblige you to enter.

A final announcement on if the event will take place will be made in the first week of August - fingers crossed we'll all be able to enjoy a cracking day's sport!

www.themotorcyclingclub.org.uk/events/the-edinburgh-trial/

We also need plenty of volunteers to run the trial. If you're interested in helping out, find out more and how to sign up here: www.themotorcyclingclub.org.uk/volunteer-at-the-edinburgh-trial/
...

View on Facebook

General secretary, Paul Khambatta, talks through the build of his Citroen Dyane three wheeler on the club's forum... read the full article here:
www.themotorcyclingclub.org.uk/forum/index.php?topic=383.0
...

View on Facebook