To conduct any meeting in Victoria you will be required to apply to Motorcycling Victoria for a Permit.
It is important to remember that simply applying for and paying for a Permit does not give you permission to conduct an event.
An event may only be conducted once you have received the Permit from Motorcycling Victoria. This Permit must be displayed at your event.
Below we will attempt to answer all the questions you have regarding Permits. If you have any further questions, please contact MV’s Administration Manager on (03) 9673 0608.
Permit Application Forms
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What is a Permit?
A Permit is issued to a club or private promoter as permission to conduct a motorcycling event.
Why do I need a Permit?
All affiliated motorcycle clubs are required to have a Permit for each event they conduct. A Permit is needed to ensure the event is conducted under MV/MA rules and regulations.
A Permit also ensures riders are covered under the Motorcycling Australia Insurance Policy.
What type of Permit do I need?
The type of Permit you need is dependent on the type of event you wish to conduct.
There are different Permits for Open, Interclub and Club competitive events, as well as Permits for non-competitive events such as Practice Days and Ride Days. Permits must also be issued for any Coaching that takes place for the Junior Coaching Program.
If you are unsure on the type of Permit you need, please contact MV’s Administration Manager on (03) 9673 0608.
How much will it cost?
This will all depend on the type of Permit you are applying for. View the Competition Permit Fees attached to the Permit Application.
What is the ‘Bulk Permit’ System?
The ‘Bulk Permit’ System has been designed for clubs which wish to open on a regular weekly or bi-weekly basis.
The system is based on buying permits in bulk and paying in advance on a quarterly basis.
The cost of these ‘Bulk Permits’ is significantly cheaper and is worked out using a formula based on the number of club members you have.
Click here to read more about the CLUB PRACTICE DAY – “BULK PERMITS”.