The Motorcycle Riders’ Association of South Australia is an association whose main aim is to protect the rights of all motorcyclists in South Australia and provide them with a voice in the public and political arenas. The MRASA is the recognised voice for motorcycling with the Government. It also aims to create a more realistic public perception of motorcyclists through its encouragement and support of road safety initiatives and its involvement in the wider community.
The AJS Moto Trial Club, now one of the oldest and most respected clubs, was founded in 1928 by the late Mr. Frank Part. Since then, the club has progressed into competitive events in the majority of disciplines and are presently most active in Observed Moto Trials and combined Road Races.
Motorcycle sports which are governed by MSA include Speedway, Motocross and Supercross, Road Racing, Road Trials and Enduro, Dirt Track, Quads and Moto Trials; this governance also includes special provision for junior (4-16 years of age) and historic competition. Another group in MSA that are not directly involved in competition but which provide an integral and essential supporting role include the South Australian Flag Marshals Association. SAFMA is not an affiliated organisation but works tirelessly to support the MSA sanctioned meeting in South Australia.
Walden Miller Leather started in Adelaide in 1969 as a one man band handcrafting leather goods. Demand was great and the business quickly grew, graduating to simple suede garments when mini skirts and fringed jackets were the rage in the early ’70s.
The Veteran and Vintage Motor Cycle Club of South Australia was formed in 1956 with the objectives of preserving, restoring and using Veteran, Vintage & Post Vintage Motorcycles. We are an active club of over 300 members, catering for veteran, vintage and classic motorcycles built prior to January 1, 1966. We have historic registration facilities for club eligible motorcycles.