1919 - COASTAL MOTORCYCLE CLUB
The Coastal Motor Cycle Club was formed after a meeting of motor cycle riders from Fremantle and surrounding districts at the Commercial Hotel in Fremantle on the 3rd of November 1919.
Over the years the club has raced at many different locations and in many different codes of competition.
MANDURAH AROUND THE HOUSES
MANDURAH SUTTONS PADOCK
Due to some locals in Halls Head objecting to the racing around the streets, a purpose built clay track was carved out at Suttons Paddock between the Old Coast Road and the estuary, The track ran through the tidal flats and in and around the trees.
These race days became very popular as the track was right in town at the foot of the Mandurah bridge on the southern side, where the Port Mandurah Canals are now.
The police boys club were involved in the race day activities as a way to raise money for their local club, The collected entrance fees and set up stalls selling cool drinks and food to those who attended.
The result of it was the police boys club were able to raise enough money to build the Nancy Regan Hall, To celebrate the opening of the hall, The West Australian Gymnast team who were preparing for the Empire Games, (now Commonwealth Games) put on an exhibition in the hall.
1961 - DON COLLINS & GORDON RENFREE 109
1961 - Don Collins and Gordon Renfree from the Bunbury Motor Cycle Club on a BSA. Photo: unknown.
1963 - COASTAL SHORT CIRCUIT RACES PROGRAMME
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1968 - COASTAL SCRAMBLE SHORT COURSE
1968 - The start of a 250 scratch race at Suttons paddock. Photo: Tony Forsyth.
1970 - COASTAL SCRAMBLE SHORT COURSE
1967 - ROCKINGHAM SCRAMBLE
1967 - The Bunbury boys Don Collins on the Husqvarna leads Glen Britza on a CZ followed by John Mitchell on a BSA and Northam,s Ritchie Kings on a DOT. Photo: Tony Forsyth.
1967 - C DRUMMOND (129)
1967 - C Drummond on his 500 BSA. Photo: Tony Forsyth.
1968 - ROCKINGHAM SCRAMBLE
1968 - Don Collins number 109 from the Bunbury Motorcycle Club on his 250 Husqvarna. Photo: Tony Forsyth.
1968 - KEVIN RUSSELL 68
1968 - Kevin Russell on his 500 BSA at the Dixon Road track. Photo: Tony Forsyth.
1968 - RICHARD KINGS 92
1968 - Richard Kings from the Northam Club on a 500 BSA. Photo: Tony Forsyth.
1968 - GLEN BRITZA 23
1968 - Glen Britza from the Bunbury Motor Cycle Club on his CZ always impressed. Photo's: Tony Forsyth.
1968 - GORDON RENFREE 14
1968 - Gordon Renfree from Bunbury wheel stands his Greeves down the straight. Photo: Tony Forsyth.
1968 - UNKNOWN 140
1968 - Photos: Tony Forsyth.
1968 - UNKNOWN 131
1968 - Photo: Tony Forsyth.
1968 - UNKNOWN 129
Photo's Tony Forsyth.
1968 - UNKNOWN 134
Photos: Tony Forsyth.
1968 - UNKNOWN 157
Photo: Tony Forsyth.
1968 - BILL McDERMOTT & JOHN McDERMOTT 111
1968 - Farther and son sidecar team of Bill and John McDermott. Photo: Tony Forsyth.
1968 - WARRICK LANG & BARRY KENNINGTON 20
1968 - Warrick Lang and Barry Kennington on the 500 BSA outfit at the Dixon Road track. Photo: Tony Forsyth.
1968 - STAN SMITH 52
1968 - Stan Smith on the Ariel, Ray Withers on a Triumph who would loose his life at the Westralia track in Collie, on the number 23 machine is Glen Britza. Photo: Tony Forsyth.
1968 - AUSTRALASIAN ROAD & TRACK REPORTED
TEN MILE WELL
The Coastal Motor Cycle had its headquarters at Major Road Spearwood until it relocated to Henderson.