The club has an active competition section with many members racing their Rudges in road racing, grasstrack, sprinting, and hill climb.
Rudge road racing is active across the globe with members having competed in vintage events since the 1950's. In the UK members race in the VMCC-British Historic Racing championships, these are also points scoring rounds for the REC Road racing championship, which has many trophies up for grabs. World wide Rudges are frequently put through their paces in countries such as France, Belgium, Holland, Germany, Austria, New Zealand, & Australia to name just a few!
Grasstrack racing is also active amongst members. The dirt track Rudges were a popular machine in the 1930's and today they remain just as popular in VMCC grasstrack events. These also double as points scoring rounds for the REC grasstrack championship.
If you have a Rudge and want to race it, Join the Club and join in the action.
The Rudge Enthusiasts Club has an active Members Forum. It's a great place to ask for tips and advice for a project, arrange to meet up for a ride out or just socialising with fellow Rudge Enthusiasts!
The Club runs an online new spares store for Members which is growing all the time in its range of Rudge Spares. All spares are manufactured to a high specification and can be delivered worldwide.
Inside the Members area you will get access to search original Rudge factory technical drawings which are available to download in PDF format - essential for your restoration project.
New RudgeSpares - Forum - Technical Drawings - Archive information - Library books - Spares lists - Technical advice
Become part of this active and supportive Club today! From only £21 you can join us and the fantastic support offered as a Member.