With more than 40 clubs across Australia, the sport of cycling is the most popular sport in Australia, but the biggest clubs don’t all share the same ethos.
From the old-school track and field circuit to the new, it’s easy to spot the big three.
This is a look at some of the most iconic bikes, some of them from the past, and the club owners behind them.
Honda Sport Club at Mount Tamworth, Mount Tamlington, Victoria The most recognisable Honda sport bike in Australia The first motorcycle sport club was established in 1872 at the foot of Mount Tam, which lies just off the M1 highway.
The club members were a mix of old and new.
Many of the old members came from the horse and cattle races, while many of the new members came in the trade.
The first race was in 1886 at Tamworth where three riders from the local railway club rode to victory.
At this time there were about 150 horses racing at the Tamworth Derby, which was a real event.
The track was still in use at this time.
In 1886, another horse race took place on the Tamtown Derby track, with a few members of the local horse-trading club taking part.
This was the Tambury Derby, the first of many.
In 1888 the Tamstead Derby was renamed Mount Tam and the Tambridge Derby was formed at Tamstead.
The Tamstead race became the Tamlington Derby.
In 1889, the Tambridges took part in the first ever British Tour de France.
This race was run on the streets of Tamworth and there were around 2,000 participants.
The race was won by Sir Charles Fitch in a stage race.
In 1890, the track was re-named Mount Tam with the goal of increasing the number of riders to 15,000.
There was also a race in 1891 and another in 1892, the latter of which saw two teams compete for the title of Tambridge Champion.
In 1897 the race was renamed Tamworth to honour the Tammermans, a family who owned and operated a horse track at the time.
The next event was held in 1895.
It was also the first to be held on the road.
In 1899, the local community decided to make the Tamwick track their home track.
The tracks location was changed to the road as it became more difficult to race.
By 1901 the Tamstons started to build a new track, which became the new Tamwick Racing Club.
The current Tamwick Track is used by the Tammarines team for their training, with their riders training on the track.
In the 1930s, the club changed its name to the Tamwool Racing Club and its members included both young and old.
The name Tamworth was chosen because of the area’s famous Mount Tam track, and in 1939 it became the first sport to be awarded the ‘National Trophy’ at the Royal Australian and New Zealand Army War College.
In 1956 the club was renamed the Tamwell Sports Club and was incorporated into the Greater Tamworth Racing Club in 1966.
The famous Tamwools and the famous Tammarins have been friends since the 1800s.
The second most recogniable bike in the country The second-most recognisable bike in Victoria is the Tamburton Superbike.
This classic motorcycle has become one of the mainstays of the city’s cycling scene.
This Superbike was built in 1885 and has a capacity of about 1,200cc.
It is one of only two such bikes built in Victoria in that year.
The other one is the old TamburTON Superbike, which had a capacity to only 1,300cc.
The new Tamburtons are still very popular and the new model has a very high riding position and is also very fast.
The bike is built with a large number of carbon fibre tubes and a unique rear suspension design.
It features a new air intake that is designed to make it easier for the rider to cool down.
This means that the rider will be able to enjoy a more relaxed ride and will feel a lot more comfortable.
The road surface is also designed to offer a more stable ride and is the main reason for the new speed rating.
There are two different colour schemes on the frame, which can be selected from either a white or red finish.
The frame is also finished in black and white.
In 2004, the new version of the Tamborton Superboy was introduced, which has a 1,800cc capacity.
It has a higher riding position but is less agile and it also has a much wider track.
This bike is available in a variety of colours, including the Tamwood Superboy, which is available as a race bike.
The third most recognible bike in Queensland The third-most-recognisable bike is the Harley-Davidson Superbikes.
These are a little-known, but iconic motorcycle bikes.
These were built in Australia between 1934 and 1947.