The Club was formed in 1945 and today has over 1,000 members wordwide. you do not have to own a Morgan Three Wheeler to become a member, all you need is a keen interest. If you do own one you become a Full Member and if not, an Associate Member.
The club has a monthly illustrated magazine, The Bulletin that covers social events, racing news, gossip about members and their activities and technical and historical information. There are 'Wanted' and 'For Sale' sections, a 'Letters to the Editor' page, and a wealth of sporting and technical matters relating to the use, maintenance and preservation of Morgans. Back issues of this magazine from 1944 to 2000 are now available to members on CD-ROM from Regalia and are a useful source of older technical information as well as being an insight into many years of history. We believe The Bulletin to be in a class of its own, it is not page after page of adverts, there are articles and stories of interest to the Morgan Three-Wheeler and vintage car enthusiast. Why not join us now.
The Club as a whole organizes annual social meetings such as an Opening Run at the beginning of the season, and an Annual General Meeting in the autumn, held at Malvern. Regional Groups throughout the world elect Group Organisers (GO's) to arrange their own programme of events. The club is affiliated to the Auto Cycle Union (ACU), the controlling body for motorcycle sport , which is the category into which all Morgans come for sporting purposes. A Competition Secretary organizes entries into race, sprint and hillclimb meetings, where members compete against other vintage three-wheelers or motorcycle & sidecar combinations. Occasionally we compete against vintage four wheelers, and we run our own 'closed to club' events.
Within the Club there are technical advisers covering two-speeders and three-speeders with 'v' twin engines, and F-types. Each one is an expert in his field and can advise on technical aspects, history and catalogue specifications. See the Contact page for details.
Spare Parts - Members Only.
We operate a spares section, known as Mogspares, and in the Mogspares Handbook are listed not only regular spares but also scarce and normally unobtainable components that have been specially manufactured for the Club. The Mogspares Handbook and Mogspares Parts List are available to view on this site. Notices of updating are published in the Bulletin and an updated version of both, converted to Portable Document Format (pdf) are available to download from this site.
The Club is always interested in purchasing suitable parts for Morgan Three Wheelers. We also have Club Members who wish to purchase complete or project Morgan Three Wheelers for restoration. If you have parts or a car you wish to sell contact the Club.
Records of the various models, their years of manufacture and other data useful to members seeking historical/period data are maintained by the Registry, which is constantly collecting information from members and other sources. If you have details of a Morgan Three-Wheeler that you have uncovered, please let us know. Even if you are not a club member.