How To Join The CBX6 Owners' Club of Australia
There are so many exciting benefits of joining our club, including:
- Rides and events
- Historic/Classic Vehicle Registration (see below)
- Loan of speciality tools
- Technical advice
- Share your enthusiasm with other CBX-6 owners
To join the CBX Owner’s Club of Australia you will need to register a new account, pay the relevant membership fee and provide the Membership Secretary with your contact details.
Register New Account
Feel free to contact the Membership Secretary at: firstname.lastname@example.org if you need help or more information. Please note ‘Membership’ in the subject line of your email.
Once you register on this page an email is automatically sent to our Membership Secretary who will need to finalise your membership. Our Membership Secretary will email you to seek additional membership information. This will include your address, phone number, additional family members (if a family membership) and details of your CBX. Provision of your bike details is optional. We request the build date/month/year, frame number, engine number, carburettor number and colour.
Please be aware that this may take a few days as we are a volunteer-run organisation. Alternatively, come along for a ride and discuss it with one of our team.
In joining or renewing membership of the CBX6 Owner’s Club of Australia you acknowledge and accept the information provided in our Disclaimer.
View our Disclaimer here.
Our Club Magazine
The CBX Files is published quarterly and is available to all financial members via the ‘members’ page. The magazine (around 50 pages) keeps members informed of club events, historical and technical information, parts, classifieds and members stories.
General meetings are held tri-monthly at various locations. The AGM is usually held at the annual rally.
Historic/Classic Vehicle Registration
Various state governments have introduced special registration schemes for historic or classic vehicles. This often provides reduced registration and insurance costs, but also introduces restrictions on the use of the vehicle. You should see your relevant state’s government website for detailed information.
Generally, these schemes require membership of an incorporated vehicle association such as the CBX6 Club. Some states, like NSW run a ‘log book’ scheme and others, such as Queensland, require the ride to be advertised on the CBX6 Club Website, Newsletter or Facebook page or fit other requirements, such as riding to get repairs.
Feel free to contact the Historic Membership Coordinator at: email@example.com for further information. Please put ‘Historic Registration’ in the subject line of your email. The response may take a few days as we are a volunteer-run organisation.
- Victoria – Bikes must be a minimum of 25 years old.
- NSW, Queensland & South Australia – Bikes must be a minimum of 30 years old.
Related Club Documents
View the CBX6 Club – Special Interest Vehicle (SIV) QLD Guideline here.