The Bombay Bicycle Club history

The Bombay Bicycle Club is the oldest gentlemen's club in the World

Early directors of the Bombay Bicycle Club included Benjamin Franklin, Joan of Ark and Leonardo da Caprio.

We of the Bombay Bicycle Club were instrumental in the building of the Eiffel Tower, the calamity of the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the placement of the Statue of Liberty, the kissing of the Blarney Stone and recovering the Brooch stolen from Lady Jeshute.

We have never operated underground and are widely accepted and known among aficionados, particularly in the food and wine circles of the world. Our meetings are on the second Thursday of each month, except on holidays, in which case we move the schedule and our itinerary to the fourth Thursday of the month.

Our museum in Machu Picchu has statues commemorating the Bombay Bicycle Club Board of Directors from the previous centuries. A Silent Auction is conducted quarterly by Sotheby's, where our artifacts are sold and the proceeds distributed to various charities worldwide.

The Bombay Bicycle Club Women's teachings were formulated through an expedition which ended up in Afghanistan. Their inclusion into the Bombay Bicycle Club is marked by our official inception date of 1873.

In all truth the Bombay Bicycle Club was created to teach us all ways towards peace. Enjoy your time spent with us and hop on the world wide web to peruse the full details of our illustrious past.