After a long hiatus events are slowly resuming, with Sunday rides now running again; please be prepared for limited lunch bookings


General Meetings

DOCSA General Meetings are held on the second Monday evening of the month. On the occasional date when this is a Public Holiday, it may be held on the following Monday.

Meetings start at 8pm and are held at:

MSA Club Rooms,

251 The Parade,

Beulah Park

SA 5067


Sunday Rides

DOCSA holds Sunday Club Rides on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month.

These will leave from different venues and will take different routes. Normally there will be a coffee stop followed by lunch at a chosen venue. People are welcome to join for any section of the ride as suits there own time availability.

Normally we leave from BP Kensington in The Parade, Norwood once a month. The departure point for the other ride each month alternates between north and south of the city. 

Each ride will have a Ride Captain who will choose the route and lead the ride.

Generally we meet at 9:30am and depart at 10:00pm



Friday Night Rides

DOCSA holds regular Friday night rides over Summer.

These will normally leave from a nominated departure point around 6:00pm to 6:30 pm and end up at a destination for dinner.


Each ride will have a Ride Captain who will choose the route and lead the ride.


Social Events

DOCSA holds a number of Social Events during the year. These include an annual birthday dinner, social sips at associated companies, golfing and go-karting plus others.


Keep an eye on the schedule to see what is coming up.


Track Days

DOCSA holds several Track days each year in conjunction with the Historics (Historic Motor Cycle Racing Register of SA Inc.).

The inaugural Bend Track day was held in 2018, and since have been held annually with the 2020 Track Day to be held at The Bend East Circuit. When possible, track days are also held at Mallala Motorsport Park.

Track Days are an opportunity to go out and develop uour riding skills in a controlled environment with like minded people.

If you're new to track days, or a little rusty, here's what you will need:

  • A current one day (or annual if you have one) recreational licence (non-competitive permit)
  • You will need an approved full face helmet (with undamaged visor), leather gloves and boots, one piece leather suit or zip together 2 piece suit.
  • A roadworthy bike with good tyres, brakes and no oil leaks. All body panels, controls and exhaust must be secure. Every bike will be checked before being allowed on track. All lights and mirrors must be either taped up or removed. You will have an opportunity to repair your bike and have it re-inspected if it does not get through scrutineering. Failure to correct faults picked up in scrutineering will mean your bike will not be allowed on track.

Spectators are most welcome at no charge.

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