Motorcycle Council of NSW Ph: 1300 679 622 (1300 NSW MCC) |

The Motorcycle Council of NSW Inc. (MCC of NSW)

An internationally recognised umbrella group for motorcycle clubs, associations and ride groups. Formed in 1981, the MCC of NSW is one of the world's peak bodies for motorcycling. It represents over 60 clubs, and more than 36,000 riders.

MCC of NSW committee

Chairman: Bob Madell (

Vice-ChairmanVinnie Bee

Treasurer, Public Officer: Brendyn Williams

Secretary: Brian Wood

General Committee:
Clif Munro
Cynthia (Cyndie) Murphy
Rhys Rogers
Stephen Hopper

All Media Enquiries

Please contact:

General enquiries:

Website issues: Webmaster email

Designated MCC of NSW Spokesperson

Brian Wood

Australian Motorcycle Council Delegates

Brian Wood
Jason Antony

Contact the Motorcycle Council

Motorcycle Council of NSW
PO Box 517
Parramatta 2124

Ph: 1300 NSW MCC (1300 679 622)


Club/Group application form

Council Meetings

First Monday of each month at 6:30 PM (via Zoom).

Normally held on the first Monday of the month, but not on a Public Holiday Monday, so it moves forward to the second Monday.

There is no meeting in January.

Meeting Venue

Meetings are conducted virtually via Zoom.

The MCC cordially extends an invitation to any rider who wishes to attend these meetings.

What do we do for you?

We represent motorcycle riders in the state of New South Wales, safeguarding their rights. We promote motorcycling and the interests of motorcyclists.

Some issues include:

  • Road safety
  • Legislation
  • Crash barriers
  • Parking
  • Tolling
  • CTP Insurance

The MCC of NSW has made submissions to;

  • Law and Justice Commission of Inquires on CTP Greenslips
  • Staysafe Commission of Inquiries on Motorcycle Safety
  • Member of the Ministers Road Safety Advisory Council

Produced a motorcycle ABS video with Transport for NSW
Revitalised our Trail Bike sub-Committee and website


Participated in the trailing of Audio Tactile Line Marking with motorcycles
MotoCAP introduced. The MCC has lobbied for this since 2003
Commenced having quarterly CTP meetings with SIRA
ECE22.05 helmet laws to be introduced in NSW
Legalised lane filtering in NSW
Emergency phones on the Putty Road and Oxley Highway
Rub rails on W Beam barriers
The Ride to Live campaign with the Centre for Road Safety
Helped develop the motorcycle safety strategy with the Centre for Road Safety
“Making roads motorcycle friendly” policy with Centre for Road Safety