About the IMCA
Even though the IMCA has been running since 1994, this site has been created to keep informed people dedicated to these history-making machines.
Membership is not essential to access any information on this site as we are here to support history carry on. To be kept up to date on a regular basis however, becoming a member would be encouraged. Join now.
Owning an Indian is not essential to join the IMCA, as we invite people to attend runs, events and meetings to learn and to “network” so when the time is right, you are fully aware of what type of Indian suits your needs.
During the year the IMCA has many day rides, weekend rallies and functions as we aspire to create events that cater to all, including families.
Our large scale events have also become a favorite, where not only does every state in Australia get represented, but overseas visitors as well.
Some examples of what the IMCA has done as a club include:
The Australian International Rally is held every 2 years. In 2021 the rally was held at Traralgon in Gippsland Victoria with 28 Indian Motocycle’s and 50 people attending.
Krusty Rally is held on the alternate year to the International Rally. This rally is designed for older bikes (no big hills) for pre-1935 Indians . The roads are more friendlier for the older bikes and outfits, all club eligible Indians are welcome to attend. This year it will be held in Wodonga on the Victoria/NSW border.
SA Rally 2022 – This Two week rally was held in Feb/Mar with 19 Indian Motocycles and 26 people attending. The rally started In Geelong Vic, travelling and staying in Warrnambool, Kingston, Victor Harbour, Nuriootpa, Mildura, Swan Hill, Echuca and finishing in Bendigo.
Rubicon Rally – A popular event held on the Australia Day weekend every year. Our base for the weekend is a school camp where we cook and cater for all our own meals. We spend the weekend riding around the beautiful countryside of Thornton, Alexandra, Eildon, Jamison, Marysville and Warburton.
Tassie Rally 2020 – This Two week rally was held in Feb/Mar 2020 with 40 Indian Motocycles and 63 people attending, including 18 people who travelled from Germany, Sweden, Estonia, USA, Thailand and England.
Christmas Rally – Held on the first weekend in December each year, this year’s rally will be held in the beautiful town of Rawson in West Gippsland.
Gypsy tour – In 2008 – the IMCA reenacted the first Gypsy Tour held in 1928 on its 80th anniversary following the original route between Melbourne and Sydney.
Then again in 2013 travelling in the opposite direction between Sydney and Melbourne.