Whether restoring, riding or socialising – or all three! – the LDMCC offers a range of services for Douglas owners and enthusiasts. Details of all these services for members are included in the Club’s magazine.

  • A bi-monthly magazine, ‘The New Conrod’ which provides the vital communication between members, with features, letters, pictures, technical articles, advertisements and reports on Club activities.
  • A spares service which organises the manufacture of vitally-needed parts to keep members’ machines running. North American applicants please see the note below.
  • A range of  regalia – Club badges for motorcycles, cars and clothing, key fobs and magazine binders.
  • A marque specialist who will provide technical information and expertise for most models.
  • A photocopy service for Club archive material.
  • A register of all Douglas machines known to the Club around the world – an invaluable source of information for identification and dating.
  • A DVLA registration service to help UK members recover existing registration marks or obtain age-related numbers. More …
  • A Transfer service which provides the correct finishing touches for members’ machines.
  • Publications – a wide range of reprinted manuals, handbooks and spares lists.
  • Meetings and activities around the country. National events include the Club’s annual rally, while local events include section meetings where members meet to discuss all things Douglas and to organise participation in regional events such as classic motorcycle shows, road trials and runs. Other activities supported include events such as the Sunbeam MCC’s Pioneer Run and the VMCC’s Banbury Run and Founder’s Day events, sprint meetings and road racing.

* Important Since liability insurance cover for North America, (USA and Canada) was withdrawn from Motorcycle Clubs including LDMCC Ltd. by providers of such insurance, the supply of spares by the Club to these countries is no longer available. This action is much regretted but, in the absence of insurance, an accident identified as having been caused by, or even contributed to, by failure of a component supplied by the Club could lead to legal action which could bankrupt the Club and its Officers in defence of such action even if negligence could not be proved.