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We are a Tri Service military motorcycle club comprising serving and ex-serving Australian Defence Force (ADF) and Commonwealth Forces members, their families, friends and support riders. We are a Australia-wide club and our mission is to support Club members, Veterans and ex-service members and their families for the next thirty years.



Site Updated 01 February 2015

 

 

To provide a 'safe haven' - our Club - that creates camaraderie, mateship and commitment.

To ride our motorcycles and allow us the freedom to ride together, to bond together, to enjoy the road together, to look after each other.





To provide competent and dedicated welfare, pension and advocacy support to our members, Veterans and Veterans families in partnership with government departments such as DVA.

To implement our 'Visit a Vet' initiative and provide companionship to older veterans living at home, in age care facilities and other institutions.

To ensure observance of UN Day each year on 24 Oct in order to recognise the commitment, efforts and sacrifices of our Defence and Police personnel while on UN missions.

To create both the Veterans Assistance Centre(VAC) and Veterans Retreat, both being a 'drop in' centre for veterans who need qualified support, familiar surroundings and like-minded company.


To plan ahead 30 years to ensure the Club remains sustainable, is supported through local organisations, and remains a valuable asset within the Veteran welfare community.

To grow the Club through purpose, dedication and desire, and to recruit Sponsors to assist in our mission and objectives.

To align the Club with other military motorcycle clubs, to unite our common purpose and to build a firm comaradarie between us all.


“Ours is a military brotherhood from the very beginning, and we have been and still are bound to one another in such a way, that each will stand by the other to the death if need be, saving his honour, and thus true affection has brought me to his assistance, to aid him by my body and with all my goods, as he would do the same for me if I had need of him”


 

 

Carbon Price Household Assistance Measures - Veteran Community

Club Notification Officer for all injuries and mishaps to members

VAC SLIPPER now open for ex-service members and Veterans

Veterans Retreats around Australia

 

 

 

 

 

Projects

SPIRIT
OP R&R
Dungaree Run

Videos

Videos

'DAMO'

Videos

'BETTER'

Videos

'COPPER HEAD
ROAD'

Videos

'GYPSY QUEEN'
Videos

"DON'T FORGET THIS MOMENT"


Videos

'DOWN ON THE CORNER
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Videos

'EVERY 25TH'

Videos

'HIGHWAY TO HELL'

Videos

'I'M ON FIRE'

Videos

'LITTLE GREEN BAG'


Videos

'MIDNIGHT SPECIAL'
Videos

'RICO'
Videos

'UP AROUND THE BEND'

               

 

HUNTER VALLEY SUB BRANCH RAISING FUNDS

Ozcrowd


corps rings


BIG BATTLEFIELD BIKE RIDE

JASE

Our Club SM, Jase, has been selected by Mates 4 Mates to take part in a bike ride from Paris to London, passing through the battlefields of the Western Front (WW1).

"Suffering from PTSD is a daily struggle, anxiety, depression, confusion, disconnection, emotional voids, I have lost a lot in this struggle, dignity, pride, self awareness. Until I attended Mates4Mates, Mates4Mates is an amazing organisation and through this organisation I have found who I am again, I may not be able to fix myself completely but I can learn to truly exist again in this world, as bad as it can be. Don't suffer alone, we can suffer and heal together. If it's Yoga, Mateship or amazing trips like the Big Battlefield Bike Ride, they all help in some way to assisting a Veteran find themselves and their Family again. So please, if you are able please donate to this great organisation and help our physically or mentally damaged brave soldiers become whole again. thank you". Jason

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ROCKINGHAM SUB BRANCH AT SENDOFF OF ANDREW AND CHRIS

ROCKINHAM

Rockingham Sub Branch was asked if we would like to escort two young men out of Perth as they embarked on a 6 months odyssey of adventure and soul searching whilst raising much needed funds for Legacy.
 
Andrew (Ex Afghanistan Vet) and his brother Chris have embarked on a journey with no other schedule except to be back in Perth sometime later in the year. During this once in a life time opportunity, they intend to drive to the horizon,  sleep out under the stars and meet as many people as they can whilst spreading the good work of Legacy and raising donations from who ever is generous enough to give.
 
Their Nissan Patrol is kitted out with some of the latest in 4WD accessories, mostly donated by generous companies and business and of course the help and support of their very tight knit loving and close family.
 
Haggis, a member of the Rockingham Sub Branch MBMMC, who served with Andrew in the Army, along with K9 (VP RSB) organised our February stone run to escort the lads from the suburbs of Perth and through to the sleep coastal village of Guilderton.  18 Bikes, Trike and various cars, including the Blairs, travelled in convoy out of Perth and headed North. Once we arrived we all partook in the fare of the local tuck shop, stretched our legs, watch Biggles reattach his recalcitrant foot peg before wishing the boys well and heading south.

You can follow the boys adventure by searching for the Blair Bush Project on Face Book.
 
Wizard
President
Rockingham Sub Branch


ADELAIDE SUB BRANCH AT DIESEL'S FUNERAL RUN

"Rest in Peace, We will Remember You'

DIESEL

DIESEL

DIESEL

DIESEL


 

FIGHT FOR JAYDE

 


Ames


 


 

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Military Brotherhood MMC and its emblem are trademarks registered in Australia. All logos and designs of Military Brotherhood MMC are trademarked (TM) and protected according to Australian law. Copying and other use of the name Military Brotherhood MMC or its emblem is prohibited without permission.


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