Welcome to the Tasmanian Motorcycle Council Inc.

We are the peak motorcycle body representing motorcyclists throughout Tasmania. We're committed to improving safety and providing a voice for all motorcyclists around the state.


Welcome to the Tasmanian Motorcycle Council - the peak body representing motorcyclists in Tasmania.

You will find lots of useful information on the TMC website, including motorcycle tourist information, info on the MAIB subsidised Road Skills Course, relevant statistics, reports, news articles and submissions.

You can also find information on TMC meetings, including the date for the next meeting and minutes.

One of TMC’s core functions is to act as political advocates on behalf of motorcyclists. You can do your bit by raising issues and concerns with the TMC.

What can you do to get involved?

  • Come along to TMC meetings
  • Join the mailing list

If you would like to join the TMC mailing list, raise an issue with us, report a dangerous section of road, an incident, provide general feedback or sponsor TMC, please contact us through the form or at tmc@tmcc.net.au.


What's coming up around Tasmania?


Demo Day

30 May 2015

When : Saturday, May 30, 2015 @ 10:00 am

Location : RHD Hobart

Organiser : Richardson's Harley-Davidson

Link : http://www.richardsonsharleydavidson.com.au/richardsons-hobart-launceston-demo-weekends/

St Marys Car & Bike Show

7 June 2015

When : Sunday, June 7, 2015 @ 9:30 am

Location : Faulkner's Green & St Marys Community Hall Car Park

Organiser : Grant Faulkner 0419 503 109 or caltexstmarys@bigpond.com

Link : http://

Ride Day

14 June 2015

When : Sunday, June 14, 2015 @ 9:00 am

Location : Symmons Plains Raceway

Organiser : Tasmanian Motorcycle Club

Link : http://www.tasmanianmotorcycleclub.com.au/index.php/racing/ride-day-calendar

Latest News

Media Release - Support for off-road events aimed to reduce illegal riding

As part of its election commitments, the Hodgman Government pledged $40,000 funding per year (for 4 years) for the Trail Bike Initiative. The main purpose of the funding is to encourage riding in legal areas and to reduce illegal trail bike riding. The funding is to be used to assist with public liability and insurance costs for new facilities or to stage events.

Public Statement - Call for commonsense and consistency from retailers for treatment of refueling motorcyclists

The Tasmanian Motorcycle Council (TMC) calls for commonsense and consistency from retailers in treatment of motorcyclists’ purchasing fuel. The TMC appreciates the safety concerns of retailers regarding head coverings that obscure the face; however motorcyclists have reported that they have been asked to remove a helmet when their face is fully visible.

Public Statement - Learner and Provisional (P1) motorcyclists excluded from speed limit raise

The Department of State Growth (DSG) has announced that Learner and Provisional (P1) motorcycle licence holders have been excluded from an increase in maximum speed limits which will apply for L2 and P1 car drivers from 2 March 2015.

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