The Veteran-Cycle Club was founded in 1955 to promote the riding and conservation of older cycles as well as the study of cycles and cycling history.
Today the club has over 2,400 members; the largest of its kind in the world. TV-CC is run entirely by unpaid volunteers making it quite unique and certainly good value to join.
The V-CC holds over 400 club events annually, including a club camp, yearly luncheon and monthly meetings by the various sections spread out across Britain, Ireland, Japan and the USA.
Through our website and publications a vast array of specialist suppliers and engineers are available who can help with the obvious and the obscure, members are encouraged to share their quests discoveries and findings with each other so that the bank of knowledge increases.
The club publishes its own books about components, manufacturers, riders and clubs. The club holds a physical library containing many important books and magazines on cycling as well as a searchable on-line library that has tens of thousands of scans from the everyday to the obscure, the libraries are constantly being added to.