The club was first formed in 1994 by a small group of friends who were all biking enthusiasts and simply wanted to form a friendly club where like minded people could meet and enjoy ride-outs etc. in the company of others of a like mind. From that early beginning the club has flourished but still retains the same friendly ideals that it started with. The club meets in The Cleveland Bay public house in Yarm on the 2nd Wednesday of each month and new members are very welcome. There is no criteria for membership you simply need an interest in motorcycling, whether it’s riding or you simply like to talk about bikes. If you just want to ride in the company of friends then the club meets every Sunday at 10:00am at Yarm Town Hall for rideouts on an entirely informal basis with destinations usually by consensus. Many members enjoy yearly trips to Europe and a wealth of experience exists within the club should you wish to broaden your horizons. There is also great interest within the club for all forms of motorcycle racing and regular trips are made to Northern Ireland for the road racing along with trips to the British Superbikes, World Superbikes and MotoGP and local club meetings as well as the road racing at Oliver’s Mount Scarborough.
The club supports a number of charities including The Great North Air Ambulance and Zoe’s Place in conjunction with The Boundary 500 Group.
Yarm Motorcycle Club is affiliated to the BMF: