The Harley-Davidson Riders Club of Great Britain

The H-DRCGB was formed in 1949 and is one of the oldest Harley-Davidson Clubs in the world. It is also a member of the Federation of Harley Clubs Europe. It currently has about 1600 members split into regions across the country. The Club costs £25 per year to join and the benefits include;

  • Issue of the club magazine, The Harleyquin, every two months
  • Entry to the club rallies at reduced rates
  • Club Insurance scheme savings
  • Club tool loan scheme
  • A wealth of technical knowledge from members
  • AGM voting rights

Full details can be found on the Club Forum

H-DRCGB website

H-DRCGB Tool Loan list

Federation Harley-Davidson Clubs Europe

The FH-DCE is the largest community of totally independent Harley-Davidson Clubs (H-DC) in the world with 38.000 members in 120 clubs from most European countries. We are the only motorcycle enthusiast organization allowed to use the name and logos of the Harley-Davidson Motor Company, USA. Established in 1991 and in 2000 accepted under European law as an E.E.I.G., a European Economic Interest Group and therefore recognized and accepted under EU law. FH-DCE complies with EU standards with regard to its organization and the name FH-DCE Super Rally® and the FH-DCE logo are registered trademarks, owned exclusively by the FH-DCE member clubs. We are all genuine Harley-Davidson Clubs and we do not use the initials “MC" or the name “Motor Club" in our club names, and most of all we are the Federation who runs the yearly FH-DCE Super Rally® If you have any questions about membership or about FH-DCE activities, benefits and services, please do not hesitate to contact the FH-DCE Secretary Sakari “Sakke" Rantanen who will be pleased to help you. As member of FH-DCE you have support and a voice both within the world of Harley-Davidson and in the world of motorcycling. Riding a Harley-Davidson motorcycle gives people the opportunity to make new friends, discover other countries and explore other cultures.


All this is possible within the FH-DCE.