Carronvalley motorcycle club was founded in September 2004 by a like minded small group of Bikers. We have now grown to have a large social media presence.
The club welcomes riders of all abilities and have (weather dependent) weekly runs. We are basically a touring club who travel the UK and Europe and go various weekends away.
We also have informal meetings (a catch up & some beer) in The Victoria Inn, North Main Street, Carronshore at 19:30 on the 1st Monday of every month.
Runs leave from The Victoria Inn, North Main Street, Carronshore on Sundays at 11:00 (be there for 10:45) & the occasional Wednesday night at 18:30 (be there for 18:15). Weather permitting we sometimes have runs on other nights, please keep an eye on theFacebook group page for details. Please ensure you have fuelled up before arriving.
Annual Trips Further than Kinross or Callendar
Fancy going a bit further than the Kinross services? yearly trips include The Applecross Highland games where you get great food good beer and eaten alive by the local midge who just loves our blood.
Do you want to see more of Germany, Switzerland or other European Countries and famous cities? Keep an eye on our Facebook page for the latest information on our European adventures
CHAS Easter Egg Run
Annual ride out in aid of Rachel House Children’s Hospice in Kinross. Since 2008 over £45,000 has been raised for a great charity, check back here closer to Easter for more information on the event and how to get involved. As always ourFacebook page will be the place with the most up to date information.
The charity run started in Easter 2006. A members of the clubs’ wife had worked in the hospice and really wanted to help it out. With the club already looking into doing a charity run simply hoping to get 50 bikes and maybe raise £100 or anything to go to a charity, we were surprised with the amount of bikes that turned up. In that first year we had approx 150 bikes and raised almost £2000.
With help from Central Motorcycle Club (633 Squadron) on marshalling and spreading the word our charity run has gone from strength to strength. The Easter run is a good signal to bikers as their start to the biking season and even although we have had snow on the day it doesn’t deter the biker community from supporting the children’s hospice.
We hope to see you all and more next year