The Rally Committee for the 2021 Suzuki VJMC National Rally say they received a lot of feedback about how enjoyable and successful the rally was. Now, without all the COVID-19 restrictions, fans of vintage Japanese bikes can rejoice as the VJMC have opened entries for the 2023 Rally!

Fans of classic Japanese bikes can we rejoice as the VJMC have opened entries for the 2023 Rally!

Fans of vintage Japanese bikes can rejoice as the VJMC have opened entries for the 2023 Rally!


2023 Suzuki VJMC National Rally 

  • When: Bendigo – 17, 18 and 19th March 2023.
  • Rally Central: Big 4 Park Lane will again be Rally Central and host the 2elcome BBQ on the Friday night, Saturday and Sunday Breakfasts, departure location for the Saturday and Sunday morning rides and host the Annual General Meeting on the Sunday morning.
  • Show and Shine: The Show and Shine will be at a different location in the Bendigo CBD; details to follow.
  • Awards Dinner: The Awards dinner on the Saturday night, (18th March) at the All Seasons Resort Hotel function rooms with a variety of guest speakers
  • Rally Raffle: A brand new Suzuki JR80 will again be raffled with the proceeds going to Beyond Blue 
  • Accommodation: Rally Central is Big 4 Park Lane. There is a second is the Big 4 Tasman (formerly Ascot) very close to Park Lane.

Rally Registration is now open and can be done via the VJMC Website Homepage here. Links for online or attached forms or via the entry form included in this issue of the VJMC Magazine. Communication updates will be via email to all members with emails, via the VJMC website Homepage and Facebook.

One valuable lesson learned from the last rally this year is rally registrations need to be made early.  Do not leave registering to the last moment. For the 2023 Suzuki VJMC National Rally, entries must close in Friday February 17 2023. In the current climate, leaving registration to later makes it very hard for the Rally Organisers to deliver the best value for the rally participants and the lowest possible cost.


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