Welcome To Australia's Premier Honda CBX 1000 Club
If you have a passion for the Honda CBX6 1000 then you’ve found the perfect organisation!
Founded in 1991, the non-profit CBX6 Owner’s Club of Australia is dedicated to the preservation, restoration, promotion and enjoyment of the Honda CBX6 1000, 6-cylinder motorcycle.
If you’re passionate about this beautiful bike, then we’d love for you to join us.
Come on a ride, meet for a rally, share knowledge on maintaining and restoring the CBX6 and get help accessing many hard to find parts.
Attend Our Next Event
The best way to get to know our members is by attending one of our popular events. Our committee and state representatives organise many rides and social gatherings throughout the year, including participation in other motorcycle club events. When you become a member of our club you can enjoy these events throughout the year. It’s the perfect way to celebrate your love of the CBX6!
How To Become a Member
We’re always on the hunt for more members. Membership is open to all motorcycle enthusiasts and their families whether or not you own a CBX6. We welcome people from all walks of life, are inclusive and cannot wait to meet like-minded motorbike enthusiasts! To learn more about how to apply, simply contact us today.
Follow Us On Social Media
We’re passionate about documenting our bikes, rides and meetups on social media. Take a look at our Facebook page which gives you the chance to stay updated on new information, upcoming events, and community news from our members. Join us at CBX6 Owner’s Club Of Australia on Facebook today.
The History of our Club
The CBX-6 Owners’ Club of Australia is a non-profit club that was founded in April 1991 by Garry Fuller and Lindsay Peterkin. As CBX owners, they both felt that such a unique bike should be preserved for present and future enthusiasts.
At first it was intended to be a club for the Hunter Valley Region, but it didn’t take long before the pair decided to go national. A committee was formed with Neville Elliott elected as President. In July the first newsletter was printed and the club grew to 14 members.
The members began fundraising to keep the club running strong and pay for incorporation. Club rides were organised once a month and Norm Fraser’s Motorcycles was invited to be the club patron.
In the mid 1990s it became apparent that parts were getting harder to find, so Lindsay Peterkin started the reproduction program for members. This was ceased in May 2012 due to parts being sourced over the internet.
The club has grown over the years with present membership at around 200.
General meetings are held tri-monthly at various locations with the AGM held around winter.
The CBX Files is published quarterly and made available on our website to all financial members of the Club.
Held in spring and rotating between the states each year – 28th Rally: September 2019, Hahndorf, SA.