We hope that these pages encourage you and maybe spark some interest in joining us on one of our rides or events. Tasmania is renowned for some of the best motorcycling roads in Australia and we aim to make the most of them, at the same time spreading the Good News.
To build bridges of friendship through the enjoyment of safe motorcycle riding and as a Christian organisation to enjoy fellowship and involvement in activities that are honouring to God, encouraging each other to live the Christian life.
Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions about the CMA in Tasmania.
May the Lord bless you as you travel the road least travelled.
History of CMA
In 1979 a meeting took place in Sydney between representatives of two Christian motorcycle clubs, (The Brotherhood and The Disciples) and a number of individual riders. Their intention was to form an association of Christian riders which would enable them to be linked in fellowship no matter where they lived in the State. Since then the CMA has spread to every State in Australia and in the year 2000 it was moved at the Annual National Run that the name Christian Motorcyclists’ Association of Australia be adopted.
What is CMA’s purpose?
CMA’s purpose is to outreach to others by sharing the message of God’s love, shown in Jesus, encouraging and nurturing Christian motorcyclists to help them grow in their faith. CMA consists of people of varied ages and backgrounds riding a wide range of motorcycles.
To stimulate personal faith in and love for the Lord Jesus Christ among members of the association and individual motorcyclists. To help equip Christians for a lifetime of serving God and to actively witness Christ to motorcyclists. To actively foster links with other state chapters of CMA Australia and other like minded clubs and associations wherever they are found. To join others in promoting enjoyable and safe motorcycling.
Why be involved in CMA?
To build bridges of friendship through the enjoyment of motorcycle riding and as a Christian organisation to enjoy fellowship and involvement in activities in a manner that is honouring to God and supported by the Christian churches, being led by the Holy Spirit of God.