The Post Classic Racing Association events include classes for historic road racing solo motorcycles and sidecars. In addition, our events cater for non-historic classes such as Pre-Modern and Buckets.
PERIOD 1 to PERIOD 6 HISTORIC RACING CLASSES (P1 – P6)
P1 to P6 bikes require an MA Log book to be eligible for racing. An application for this can be done through the controlling body forms
The rules for Period 1 to Period 6 historic road race classes are set by Motorcycling Australia. These rules can be found in the MA Manual of Motorcycle Sport (MoMS) which is available on-line at MOMS . These rules are updated annually.
The Pre-Modern (PM) class is not an official MA class so no log book is required.
The current historic road racing periods are:
Period 1 – Veteran – Up to 31 December 1919
Period 2 – Vintage – 1 January 1920 to 31 December 1945
Period 3 – Classic – 1 January 1946 to 31 December 1962
Period 4 – Post Classic – 1 January 1963 to 31 December 1972
Period 5 – Forgotten Era – 1 January 1973 to 31 December 1982
Period 6 – New Era – 1st January 1983 to 31 December 1990
Pre-Modern (Updated Jan 2020)
The Pre-Modern (PM) class has been developed by the PCRA as the pre-cursor to what may one day become Period 7. This class is for bikes from 1 January 1991 to 31 December 1997. As this is not an official MA class, no log book is required. The PM classes are divided into Unlimited, F1, F2, F3 and 250GP.
For further information on rules for Pre-Modern Class motorcycles and other specific information on bikes and models please click here to download the PDF.
The PCRA Committee have had extensive discussions and it is with the deepest regret to announce the cancellation of our upcoming scheduled October 31st / November 1st race meeting in an effort to inform everyone as soon as possible.
Under the current conditions it was agreed planning any event has high levels of uncertainty and we also have a duty of care and responsibility as a club to minimise any risk and abide by any COVID-19 restrictions and recommendations.
The Committee are already thinking about 2021 and attempting to run considerably more events.
Please be advised that we have had to cancel the AGM scheduled for Sunday 27th September 2020.
At this stage we have no new date available but we will issue the usual Notice of AGM with a 14 day lead time.