Welcome

Kia ora koutou katoa, welcome to the Vic Club!

The Victoria Motorcycle Club was formed in 1971 and is Wellington’s premier motorcycle road racing club. The Vic Club (or “VMCC”) is involved in road racing, including junior rider development, and training days which are open to all road riders as well as racers.

Our major event is our annual TSS Motorcycles road race series held at the Manfeild Autocourse circuit in Feilding and Bruce McLaren Motorsport Park in Taupo which from 2021 runs over Summer and Autumn rather than Autumn and Winter!

Submit your 2021 entry form here!

Our web site is a one stop shop for all things racing.  Here you’ll find everything you need to know about getting into racing as a beginner, the training day and race events we run, becoming a club member, what’s currently going on in the Vic Club, and who we are and how to get in touch with us.

Have a look around, and if there’s anything you want to know, just give us a shout.

TSS Motorcycles Road Race Series

Our 2020 season saw some major disruption to say the least, with the Winter races series being cancelled entirely.

However, for the first time in Vic Club history 2021 will see the Winter based TSS Motorcycles Road Race Series converted to a Summer based series!  We’re saying goodbye to cold rainy dark race days and hello to warm dry sunny ones instead!

Submit your 2021 entry form here!

The series format will remain the same with Senior Trophy, Intermediate Trophy, Super Motard Trophy, and Junior Trophy classes, with Pre ’89 classes being catered for within Senior and Intermediate Trophy.

Senior and Intermediate Trophy classes will run three races of around 10 laps each with Junior Trophy running four races of shorter length.

We’ll also be running our usual Senior and Intermediate Sprint Cup classes, with three races of around 6 laps each.  Super Motards will again be eligible to enter the F3 class in the Intermediate Sprint Cup, and this year we are running a Pro Twins class too (Pro Twins also eligible for F3).

If you’re not currently a Vic Club member please consider becoming one.  It will give you a discount on all race series entries and track days you enter in the next 12 months.


We’d like to say a huge thank you to all our sponsors, without whom our race series would not exist. Check them out and support them. Give them a call or better still go see them to explore what they can do for you. Just don’t forget to mention we sent you!

TSS Motorcycles

Dannevirke SuzukiKiwibike Insurance
Aramex New Zealand (formerly Fastway Couriers)
Ozzy Performance
Broadway Accounting SolutionsRS Motorcycles
Twin Cam MotorcyclesIvan Jones Engineering
Tim Gibbes TimingCTAS Live
Geko Environmental

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PRIZE GIVING - SATURDAY 22nd May 2021, approx 6.00pm in the function room of the Denbigh Hotel Feilding. (There is some parking across the road for vehicles with trailers)The venue is putting on a happy hour (or two) and the club will provide platters of food during the prize giving.Hope to see you all there🤩 ... See MoreSee Less
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Call all riders 45 years and older that have been competing in this seasons club series. The Grant Russell Memorial Trophy (Old Bastards Cup) is up for grabs again, so make sure you sign the sheet in the office on Saturday 22nd May giving us your name and age. (ID will be required 🧐) and the winner will be announced at prize giving on Saturday Night. ... See MoreSee Less
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Calling all volunteers, our last meeting this season is being held on Saturday 22nd May at Manfeild Park, it is a one day event and we are looking for flag marshalls etc .If you are available could you please respond to this message, PM, text me or email volunteer@vicclub.co.nz to let me know. The usual Koha and hot lunch will be provided.Look forward to hearing from you. ... See MoreSee Less
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Huge shout out to all the volunteers that helped make last weekend a great success. And to all the riders, we hope you had a great time and hope to see you next month. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Steven Gregg
2 races, 2 crashes. First one lowside at splash. 2nd one avoidance of other bike into turn 1 on lap one. Talk about hero to zero. Prob miss next 2 races. I'll see if I can replace pegs, levers then tape and cable tie belly pan back on before final 2 racesEdit when I got homeSo first qualifying took it easy for 2 laps and just knocked in sensible time. Second qualifying felt better until electrical gremlins arose and she cut out! First race Dianne pointed out rear warmer had crapped out. Anyhow...took it real easy first 2 laps then started reeling in my targets. Braking markers all to put and overrunning turn in points as I'd swapped calipers from my road bike (long story but calipers still binding). Anyhow, my brain started compensating for the braking and with a lap or 2 to go I chucked it into splash but the front end went before my old brain could react. Bollux. Race 2 Jason Holton helped me get her ready. LH bar at wrong angle but sod it. I'd planned a genteel race but first corner shenanigans ensued and I was on my arse again. Jason, Ben Nikolaison et al got her taped/ cable tied up, pegs bent back/replaced so after saying hello to the steward, ambo and scrutineer yet again it was on for race 4. I wobbled round. Race 5 I went a bit harder but brakes getting worse. Race 6 I got a decent start and Ben was ahead of me so red rag bull. Passed him on the brakes (hadn't intended to that lap but bloody thing wouldn't stop) then again on back straight. Think I had him licked (maybe...he was going hard lol) then the sodding RH footpeg I'd replaced started rotating/wobbling around so despite my best efforts to use my thighs to move on the bike he got past on the final lap. Overall, not a vintage meeting but at least I'm not broken. Looked like a LOT of crashes today. Thanks again Victoria Motorcycle Club Inc ... See MoreSee Less
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