Entries are now OPEN on Ridernet for the weekend of 8 and 9 April 2023 at Collie Motorplex
Round 2 of the HCMC Interclub State Championship; and
Round 1 of the 2023 4ward Fabrications WA State Junior Road Racing Championship 

Tuning on Saturday 8th April 2023 is $70 for those entered to race on Sunday 9th April 2023.  
If you intend to do both days please book on the Round 2 booking on Ridernet and add the product Tuning day $70.
Those riders wanting to do just the Tuning day on Saturday will be charged $140 for the day.


    Entries close 21:45 hours (WA time) on Sunday 2 April 
    Late entries close 21:45 hours (WA time) on Thursday 6 April.  Late entries will incur a $90 additional fee and riders will not be in the program.  

This event also includes the first of the 6 Junior Road Race State Championship rounds to be shared with the SuperMoto Club of WA and MCRCWA. 
All races are sponsored by “4Ward Fabrications”. 

To read the Junior Road Racing Supplementary Regulations please open the link in Ridernet as a new page or copy and paste the link into a new search tab.
They are also available via our “Supplementary Regulations” menu item above. 

The proposed Race Schedule is below…..

It was determined that the race schedule needed to be altered to overcome problems encountered from Round one with the “Modern / Thunderbike” race. 
This race was over-subscribed and safety concerns were raised about the disparity of bike capacities and speeds. 
A side benefit to the change is it now allows our endorsed junior members to enter Modern Lites. 
Verification of endorsement will need to be witnessed at sign on. 

While our club prospers and rider numbers increase we sometimes have to make small changes to accommodate changing situations. 
While it may affect some people, we try to keep this to a minimum while promoting Historic Motorcycle racing.  

Please look at the revised Schedule to determine what classes you are able to enter. 

Helen Parker – HCMC Race Secretary

2023 Supp Regs now available – click on the Supp Regs menu button


Round by round and final points standings.

about us.

The Club was formed in 1980 and the objective of the Club is to organise events to cater for older racing motorcycles and sidecars in Western Australia and to promote historic competition motorcycle racing in general – “Keeping The Spirit Alive”

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Our Racing machines...

We have various classes of machinery that we race, all based on Motorcycling Australia's GCR Regulations, these include...
Period 2 Solo's
and Sidecars

VINTAGE Machines built 1920 to 1945

Period 3 Solo's
and Sidecars

CLASSIC Machines built 1946 to 1962

Period 4 Solo's
and Sidecars

POST CLASSIC Machines built 1963 to 1972

Period 5 Solo's
and Sidecars

FORGOTTEN ERA Machines built 1973 to 1982

Period 6 Solo's

NEW ERA Machines built 1983 to 1990


1 or 2 cylinder 4 stroke bikes, excludes 150 junior bikes. Races under Modern GCRs.


For riders under the age of 16 years


Machines of the modern era

Modern Lights
Modern Lites

1 or 2 cylinder 4 stroke up to 400cc