Founded in 1990, the Nipissing Section covers the districts of Nipissing and northern Parry Sound and is situated between our sister sections, Nickel Belt to the west, Muskoka to the south and Ottawa to the east.
Like the national CVMG, the Nipissing Section is a not for profit organization that promotes the use, restoration and interest in older motorcycles. The Nipissing Section is regionally active in hosting and participating in motorcycle events and rides.
Please check out the information posted in our Events and Rides Calendar
Interested in joining? Questions or comments? Contact us.
The Nipissing Section informally meet every Saturday morning at 10am at North Bay Cycle on Trout Lake Road for Timmy's and gabbing. This is also the departure point during the riding season for those impromptu rides not listed in the ride calendar.
Monthly Section meetings are held at 7pm every first Wednesday of the month at the Bull and Quench during the winter, and at a members home during riding season. Come out to a meeting, you will be welcome.
Shows and Displays
The primary event for the Nipissing Section is the annual Show and Shine held in conjunction with the VRRA on the weekend of its Runway Romp vintage motorcycle races. For 2011 the dates are July 8-9th. Check the events calendar for information on this year's event.
The Nipissing Section also attend and participate in various regional shows and displays. Join us and show off your ride!
The Section take great pride in its annual 'Ken Messenger Memorial Ride Around the Pond' springtime ride around Lake Nipissing in honour of one of its charter members.
In addition, History Tour rides, out of section rides, and other special destination rides feature prominently in Nipissing section's ride calendar.
Join us and come out for some great low stress riding with safe, experienced friends.
Information Contact NipissingCVMG@gmail.com
Sponsorship The Nipissing Section gratefully acknowledge North Bay Cycle and Sports ltd as section sponsor.The CVMG supports it's local bike shop. Thanks Jim Lecappelain, www.northbaycycle.com