Federal Chapter

The Vietnam Veterans and Veterans Motorcycle Club wish to acknowledge the passing of Sandy “Undertaker” Harbutt. As the writer/director/star of cult movie classic “Stone” Sandy leaves a legacy for Australian Veterans.

In 2009 Sandy handed over the ownership of the Continue reading

After a few months in lockdown and restrictions on just about everything there was a bit of easing in NSW/ACT so the Veterans MC Federal Chapter decided to hit the road for a run down the coast.

A run down Continue reading

Traditionally the Veterans MC Federal Chapter will spend ANZAC Day as a group on a club run to a small country town in NSW where we can ride our motorcycles in a parade.

The chapter forms up in the afternoon Continue reading

Today Rwanda is a stable and contributing member of the international community and a fine example of growing economic opportunity in Africa. In the 1990s it was a very different story.

Following independence from Belgian rule in 1962 and a Continue reading

The ode is an important part of the commemoration of the fallen, when the person delivering the ode states the words…”We Will Remember Them” it is repeated back by all in attendance as are the final words…”Lest We Forget”.

These Continue reading

Dr. Brendan Nelson has been the Director of the Australian War Memorial since December 2012 and a passionate advocate of Veterans for much longer. When his appointment as the Director of the War Memorial was announced Dr. Nelson was in Continue reading

VMC Federal, Icon Water, Tour of Duty Poker Run, Bike & Truck Show 2019

The Veterans MC Federal Chapter, Icon Water, Tour of Duty Poker Run gets bigger every year. This year the event was run over a full weekend. Continue reading

August 18 marks Vietnam Veterans Day and the anniversary of the Battle of Long Tan, this year being the 53rd anniversary.

Each year chapters of the Veterans Motorcycle Club make the pilgrimage to Batemans Bay as guests of the Continue reading

The 11th of November 1918 marked 100 years since Armistice and the end of the Great War, the war to end all wars.

To quote the Australian War Memorial…”In the four years of the war more than 330,000 Australians Continue reading

Like most clubs the various chapters of the Veterans MC have Memorial Rides for Fallen Brothers. This year several chapters from around NSW decided to combine these rides and commemorate not only those from the Veterans MC who are no Continue reading