About the Club

Our club was founded in 1998 with the purpose of joining all the Swedish Maxers and to promote public interest among the biker community for the King of Hotrods.
The club should serve as a forum to share information between members, to work to obtain discounts and benefits, to create a sense of fellowship among Swedish Maxers, and to organize meetings and rallies where members can socialize and have fun.

The VMCS member count is about 250. Our ambition and hope is that nearly all Swedish Maxers eventually will join.

Do you want to join us?

This is done by paying SEK 300:- to IBAN: SE6280000803250046682431 SWIFT: SWEDSESS
Send an e-mail to our Membership director with the following information:

Birthdate: yy-mm-dd
Vmax: yearmodel and licenseplate
E-mail address

(Italics=not applicable if outside Sweden)

We’ll confirm your application within a couple of days.

“What do I get?”

You’ll get a membership card and a club patch, access to the club discounts and three yearly issues of “Vmixat”, our club magazine in Swedish. You’ll also get new friends and an opportunity to influence our direction. We’re spread over the country. Our regional activities become what we make them. You got any fresh ideas? Join us!

Vmax Club Sweden

Our club was founded in 1998 to link the country’s Vmax owners and to promote the interest of the king of the streets. 2008, just in time for the club’s ten year anniversary, launched the next generation Vmax that set a new standard at the red lights. Which of the Vmax you fall for, the original or the new one, then you are equally welcome to the club Community.

The V-Max was designed by Atsushi Ichijo in a team led by Akira Araki with input from Ed Burke and John Reed.

Upon its release in 1985, the V-Max garnered instant critical acclaim and earned the title “Bike of the Year” from Cycle Guide.

Sold both in Japan and abroad, the V-Max was sold with only minor modifications from the 1985 model year until the 2007 model year. The V-Max was noted for its quick acceleration, but was also criticized for its poor cornering ability and soft suspension.

Until 2008, the original V-Max was offered for sale through the Star Motorcycles division of Yamaha Motorcycles. Apart from a minor freshening to the bike’s specifications in 1993, when the bike gained a larger-diameter fork to minimize high-speed wobbling and drift, four-piston brake calipers, and other handling and safety related upgrades, the 2007 V-Max was almost the same as the original 1985 version.

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