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Membership Proposal

Submitted by Kate on Wed, 07/07/2010 - 9:59pm

Membership Proposal

 you are over the age of 40, and hold a current motorcycle licence, or are a regular partner of such a person then you are eligible to join the Ulysses Club Inc.

Please note that a one year membership is now available.  We recommend that you follow links to National Website to ensure information (including fees and requirements) is current.

The link below has a form for posting and a link to registering on line   

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How To Join The Ulysses Club

Submitted by Kate on Wed, 07/07/2010 - 9:52pm

How To Join The Ulysses Club

Any lady or gentleman who is over the age of 40, and who holds a current motorcycle licence, or is a regular partner of such a person is eligible to join. Until such time as you reach the grand old age of 50 you will be a 'junior' member but you will still have full membership rights and privileges. It's just that you may have to help some of the 'seniors' on or off their machines sometimes!

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WEBSITE SPONSORS

Submitted by Kate on Wed, 07/07/2010 - 9:44pm

Website Sponsors

This page lists our website sponsors. Their organisations support us and most offer discounts to Ulysses Club members, so please return the favour and show your support to them! Not all sponsors run websites but for those that do, click on a banner to visit them online.  

 

 

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HONOUR BOARD

Submitted by Kate on Wed, 07/07/2010 - 9:28pm

Honour Board

The Honour board recognises the untiring service by members who have voluntarily given up their time to perform the duties of committee persons on the Melbourne Branch committee, or have been awarded Life Membership or the Stephen Dearnley Medal for contributions to the Ulysses Club.
Melbourne Branch Honour Board - All Listings

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THE CLIVE SADLEIR AWARD

Submitted by Kate on Wed, 07/07/2010 - 9:21pm

The Clive Sadleir Award

Clive Sadleir joined the Ulysses club in 1987 with a membership number of 1169 and was an active member of the Melbourne Branch until his untimely death in 2000. His first bike was a 250cc Triumph and this was followed by several BMW K series. He enjoyed his riding and was always amongst the fast ones. His red leather jacket was very distinctive with the words 'Born 1921, Not Dead Yet'? emblazoned on the back.

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