Victoria MG Club

Welcome to our updated website!

 We are currently updating our website in order to better promote our club and our activities.


The Victoria MG Club is dedicated to celebrating the unique charm and historic legacy of the MG brand.  Founded in 1981, we come together to help preserve, maintain and most importantly enjoy these beautiful machines.

If you have any interest in MGs, or want to learn more, we’d be happy to have you join us.  Club activities cover a wide range for everyone, whether it is getting on the road in one of our outdoor activities like a rally or Fun Run, or learning the ins-and-outs of your MG in our tech sessions.  Come join us and see what’s under the hood!

Upcoming Events

The Victoria MG Club is now a chapter of the North American MGB Register and the North American MGA Register

Membership Renewals for 2018!

It’s that time of year again! Visit the membership page for payment information.

The Rear View – April 10

Classic Kid Carrier Charles found this car down by his office.  Note that the owner took the front passenger seat out to make the rear child seat more accessible. Brought to you by:...


2018 Victoria MG Club Slaloms Come join us for our 2018 slalom events. The events are open to all interested drivers and cars (no experience needed). This is a fun event that is timed, you race against the clock and you have an average of 6-8 runs per date. We supply...

The Near-Lost of Faux Woodgrain Painting

  REMINDER: Next week is the Rear View edition. Send photos and captions to Discovering the Nearly-Lost Art of Hand-Painted Faux Woodgrain There are few things that inspire the descriptions "luxury", "classic" and "classic luxury" than the...

The Dashboard – Feb 19

The Dashboard is published on the third Monday of each month and reports on the happenings you may have missed at the club meeting the previous Monday. President's Message The driving season is still a little way off but we are getting around to doing a little work on...

66 MGB on ‘Comedians in Cars Having Coffee’

Hugh passed along this YouTube clip of a beautiful '66 MGB featured in an older episode of Seinfeld's 'Comedians in Cars Having Coffee'. Enjoy!