Welcome to CVMG Niagara Section
We are located in the Niagara Peninsula, home of “The Prettiest Sunday afternoon drive in the world” - according to Sir Winston Churchill.
Our members collect and ride motorcycles representing a wide spectrum of years and types, both on & off road. we participate. We participate in various shows throughout the year where we display our pride and joy machines to the public.
Section Executive for 2019:
President: Andy Clark, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice-President: Peter Salter
Secretary: Bev Klestorny email@example.com
Treasurer: John Tiffin
Webpage: Daniel Klestorny
Monthly meetings are held on the first Tuesday each month, starting at 7:30 PM. Presently we meet at the Welland County Motorcycle Club in Welland. Guests are always welcome at our meetings. Please contact a member of the Executive before coming to a meeting, to confirm time/date/location as these occasionally change.
Monthly meetings have been suspended until further notice due to the pandemic.
Regular Section breakfasts: Suspended until further notice.
We also hold a coffee night on Thursdays, next dates: Suspended until further notice.
REQUEST FOR MATERIALS FROM MEMBERS:
If some of our members would like to have their project published in our webpage for other members to see, please send in the material (pictures, write up, etc).
Sherkston Antique and Power Show was very well attended by our members, with about 76 bikes displayed in total over the 3 days of the event. We thank Leia Armitage and Jack Cutler for their collaboration in bringing their bikes to add to our display!
2019 Sherkston Antique and Power show.
We attended and had a beautiful display of our bikes at the Marshville venue. Here are some pictures courtesy of our Section President, Andy Clark.
On September 21st, we participated at the 2019 Biketoberfest, helping out the Welland County Motorcycle Club with gate duties, traffic control, parking, etc. We also displayed a nice group of vintage motorcycles in the Museum building, which attracted a constant crowd of visitors. Our Section also made a $300 donation to Pathstone.
Photos courtesy of Greg Faraday.