The Nelson branch of Ulysses N.Z. welcomes you.
If you want to find out more about us, then come and introduce yourself to one of our committee members.
We have regular Coffee Mornings on Saturdays between 10 am - noon at The Railway Bar & Restaurant, located at the Queen Street traffic lights in Richmond. Click here
An important aspect of the club is meeting your fellow riders through socialising over lunch on a ride, attending an evening gathering at a local cafe, or going on a rally.
Sunday rides, short rides, long rides, evening rides, overnight rides, informal rides.
Belonging to Ulysses also gives you the opportunity to take advantage of a range of discounts from local motorcycle dealers, the Cook Strait ferry crossings for passengers and motorcycles, as well as insurances. Please check out the various business that offer discounts to Ulysses members on the "Rider Services" tab.
The Ulysses Club is a nation-wide motorcycle group for over 40 year olds who enjoy life, and riding their motorcycles in the company of riders at all levels. If you are returning to riding or just starting out we will look after you ….tempted?
Check for Road Closures: Click here
App for reporting road dangers/problems: Click here
National Membership Sub
Please pay this annual subscription promptly when you receive a renewal reminder from Debby at National HQ.
Payments are made to: 02 0412 0001771 097 and include your membership number as a reference.
Facebook If you are a member of our branch, and have a Facebook profile, then you can join our group. Enter “Ulysses Club Nelson Branch” in the Facebook search bar and then click "Join" once you have accepted our rules. We have a “closed group” so you will have to wait for an administrator to approve your request.
June 26th Sunday Club Ride - Riwaka Hotel
Surprisingly, we have never been to theRiwaka Hotel as a branch. The new owners(from 2019) are making a real go of it, and definitely worth a visit. Option going thereare Moutere Highway or directly on Route66. Home direct on Route 66, or up theMotueka Valley via Kohatu.
Probably one of Motueka’s most popular watering holes. Excellent food and fast service. Option is to go there directly for morning tea and decided on a longer ride to come home, or the reverse and get there in time for lunch. Decide on the day.