About Us
Ulysses Club Inc.

We are a social club for motorcyclists over the age of 40. We are the largest organisation of this kind in Australia.

Membership

Membership of the Club is open to any person, subject to the National Committee approval, who has attained the age of 40 years and who holds a current motorcycle licence. Additionally, the spouse or regular partner of a member, who has also attained the age of 40 years may also be admitted as a member upon application.

There is only one kind of membership, full individual membership. Any type of bike is welcome.

The Aims of the Club
  • To provide ways in which older motorcyclists can get together for companionship and mutual support.
  • To show by example that motorcycling can be an enjoyable and practical activity for riders of all ages.
  • To draw the attention of public and private institutions to the needs and views of older riders.
Our Branch

The Bunbury Branch was the first one in Western Australia outside of Perth. We were formed in 1984 after our first member, Mr Wayne Miller, had attended a Ulysses AGM held in Alice Springs. Bunbury held the Ulysses AGM in 1998 after 3 years of planning.

We meet at 6:00pm on the first Wednesday of each month at the Highway Hotel and welcome any new or existing members to join us. Our group has an organised ride on the first and third Sunday of each month on every other Sunday there is what we refer to as a Clayton’s ride. Check out our ride calendar (on this site) and join us for a ride when you are in town.

Our Branch has been very involved in raising funds for the Ulysses Arthritis Research Fund (UCARF) as well as other functions to help out the cancer council and other charities. We have been the top fundraising branch in Australia for 2010 (we came a close second in 2011, receiving the Good Joint Award for 2011) and 2012. Our fundraising is generally done in such a “disgraceful” way that most people enjoy being a part of it.

Ulysses Club
Sponsors