Riding an Enfield is within reach for anybody. The technics are simple to understand, the price of parts are a fraction of those of other motorcycles. The membership fees are therefore also only €16 per year after registering. It is a friendly club and members organize a run now and then. The club holds enough know how to keep everyone rolling, but let's not forget the Enfield is a very reliably motorcycle.


One of the objectives laid down in 1979 when the association was founded is “to form a circle of friends of riders of motorcycles of British origin in the Netherlands and abroad”. We are therefore not a so-called “Owner's Club”. The requirement for membership is to have a warm heart for Enfields.

1999 Enfield Bullet 350

The chosen description "of British origin" has everything to do with current production in India. Just as all Philips products worldwide are of course of Dutch origin, all Enfields from India are of British origin. By default there are many other brands and "open minded" as Enfield riders are, it feels like a melting pot of many different metals ... but Enfield is always the main topic. Triumph, Norton, Ariel, BSA, Matchless, Panther, Vincent, but also Ural, Dnepr, BMW, Harley Davidson, Suzuki, Honda, Jawa, Kawa, Buell, etc., we had them all for a visit…. but we kindly ask: preferably on an Enfield if possible ...


Membership costs €16 per year and members from abroad pay €21 per year in connection with the extra postage costs. For a new membership a one-time registration fee of €3.50 is required.

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Annual General Meeting

Every year in the spring the Annual General Meeting (AGM) is held for which all members are invited via the club magazine and the website. Every member can have their say about anything that could be important to the club. We are a democratic club.

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Clubs Magazine Bulletin

Four times a year their is an issue of the clubs magazine "Bulletin". The magazine is only in Dutch. What once began as a stencilled paper is now for years a successfull publication with announcements of events that you can't miss, stories about events you have missed, technical tips, tinkering reports, serious motorcycling stories, history of the golden decennia of motorcycling and more of that....
A tip for the not Dutch readers: you can (Google) translate selected text from the Bulletin in the online archives.

Internet en Archief

If you are a member you have access to the Members only section of the website including the club calendar and archive. Login details for this can always be found in the latest issue of the Bulletin, which you will receive at home as a member.
To facilitate mutual contacts between members, there is also a private Facebook Group that is only accessible to members. Here you can easily raise anything related to Enfield and easily post photos or videos.


Every second Sunday of the odd month, except in May (then on the third Sunday), there is a meeting of Enfield riders, the club meet. Both members and other interested parties are welcome from midday.

The address is:
Cafe/Restaurant "de Posthoorn"
Achthoven Oost 28
3417 PD Montfoort
0348 474 450

Rally or Camping Weekend

We try to organize one or more rallies each year, but there have to be members who want to do that.

At the moment there are 3 camping weekends: in April a Spring rally, in October an Autumn rally both in Zelhem, in August a summer rally, somewhere in the country.


Members can organize a run themselves by reporting it to one of the board members or employees. The tour will then be announced via the agenda in the club magazine and on the website, so that all members can take note of it. A more direct way is to do this in the Facebook Group, but not every club member is also a member of that group.
In recent years, the tours Dwars door Brabant, Gelders Mooiste and the Veluwe Rit have been organized.
More runs are always welcome. A nice run can already be successful with only a few participants. Often it is a run that you often ride yourself in your own area, with only a lunch stop halfway.
Please note: it is only a RECN run when it is published in the Bulletin or on the website.

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