AJS and Matchless Owners Club (Aust) inc. – Aims and Activities.

This Club is a section of the UK AJS & Matchless Owners Club Ltd.

The Australian section was started as a loose association of Australian members of the AJS & Matchless Owners Club (UK) that was founded in 1952.

In 1980 a Newcastle (NSW) member initiated the inaugural Downunder Jampot Rally which over the years has developed into a National Club Rally attracting entrants from overseas. It is preferable that members from a different state host the event each year. The Australian membership established itself formally as an incorporated association in 2003.


  1. AGM at National Rally.
  2. Local groups as organised.
  3. Melbourne group meets the first Wednesday of the month at the Oakleigh Bowling Club.


  1. National AJS & MOC (Australia) Downunder Jampot Rally.
  2. Victorian Alpine Ride.
  3. Rides and exhibitions as organised locally.

Social Activities.

  1. Local groups to organise.
  2. To participate in the activities of other local Historic Vehicle Clubs.

Club Services:.

  1. Information Officer.
  2. Technical Assistance.
  3. Library.
  4. Official web site and links to other clubs.
  5. Table of restoration service providers.

The UK Club provides the following:

  1. Monthly journal.
  2. New spares scheme.

III.          Machine dating service.

  1. Technical advice.
  2. Members’ web site.

Membership of the Australian  AJS & Matchless Owners section is free but open only to financial members of the UK AJS & Matchless Owners Club Ltd.