Welcome to the website of the Montreal
Section of the Canadian Vintage Motorcycle Group (CVMG)
The CVMG is a non-profit organization aimed at promoting the use,
restoration and interest in older motorcycles and those of historic
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next meeting or
road run everyone is welcome!
The Montreal Section of the CVMG was
formed in 1989 by a small group of 'classic' motorcycle enthusiasts.
We are a loose band of homegrown and
expat, nostalgia freaks, young enthusiasts, old farts,
amateur (and not-so-amateur) mechanics,
part-time and semi-professional riders and some genuine Canadian
We meet regularly throughout the year on
a monthly basis to discuss anything and everything to do with
vintage motorcycles of all marques.
Many of us are fortunate enough to own
some of these machines and when the season arrives, We Ride 'Em!
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Executive Election Meeting
at the home of
630 Roslyn Montreal H3Y 2T9
Saturday January 10th 1p.m.
Montreal Rally Committee Meeting
Sunday January 25th
1:30 at the home of Bert Pit
66 rue Hector Ormstown Qc.
The CVMG (Canadian Vintage Motorcycle Group) Ormstown Rally
takes place every year at the beginning of August at the south-west
Quebec country site of hosts Eric and Ariane Pritchard.
whole week-end of vintage motorcycle fun attracts up to 2000
enthusiasts from all over the region of Quebec and Ontario, as well
as from the United States. There is a strong interest from the
regular motorcycling fraternity too, the rally being a fascinating
day-trip ride destination. Visitors can see, hear and marvel over
scores of superbly restored examples of the world’s great classic
motorcycle marques, with ample representation from the great British
companies (BSA, Norton, Triumph, Ariel, etc.), together with the
many major European makes from Germany (BMW, Zundapp), Italy (Moto
Guzzi, Ducati) and elsewhere. There are also many early examples of
the great Japanese companies such as Honda, Suzuki, Kawasaki and
Yamaha that eventually came to dominate the industry.