About The North Los Angeles Motorcycle Club

The NLAMC is dedicated to bringing you quality vintage motor clothing. The NLAMC started in 1949 in the San Fernando Valley area of Los Angeles. It was made up of guys that wanted to race. Our passion is vintage motorcycles of the 1940's and 50's. We love the vintage racing jerseys and club sweaters from that era, but found them to be rare and expensive. So we decided to make them ourselves for ourselves. People seemed to really like what we were doing so we decided to make our products available to everyone that shares our passion. Now we are proud to offer to you a variety of products starting with our "Racing Jersey" that can be custom made to order to sport the logo of your favorite bike or the sponsorship of your favorite bike shop even if they aren't around anymore. We can also supply your club with your own custom "Club Sweater". Custom colors and embroidery are available. Order one for yourself or a dozen for the club. We can even make reproductions of old racing sweaters. Also available are our bronze NLAMC belt buckles made up exclusively for us by Chopper Dave's Casting Company. Keep checking us out for new items. We'll see you down the road!

Wes and Jedd


Contact us at sales@vintagemotorclothing.com
for prices and availability.

Friday, July 4, 2014


Hey everyone, as has been obvious, I haven't blog for a while. You can follow us on Facebook and Instagram as NLAMC and North Los Angeles Motorcycle Club. Our web site vintagemotorclothing.com also has our FB feed. We can still be reached at sales@vintagemotorclothing.com Flathead Jedd

Saturday, May 19, 2012

To all our customers and friends, Due to a wool shortage and subsequent cost increase we will not be making our sweaters out of wool for a while. Instead we are making them out of Orlon so that we can keep the cost down and maintain production here in the US. We just don't want to charge you what we would have to to make them in wool. The Orlon sweaters are beautiful and are very soft to the touch. They are identical in appearance to our wool products. For those of you with wool allergies this is a great time to buy a sweater. As soon as wool becomes affordable and available again we will transition back to wool and maintain Orlon as an option for our customers. Thanks, Wes and Jedd

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

NLAMC Support Tees are in!

Support the NLAMC with our brand new Support Tees made right here in Downtown Los Angeles. Primer grey with our "colors" in dark purple across the chest. Super soft power washed cotton with a cool vintage fit. Available in men's sizes small - 2XL. $30 plus shipping.

Monday, November 28, 2011

Saturday, November 26, 2011

Sale Today Only!

For Small Business Saturday we are offering a 10% discount on all orders taken today.

Monday, October 17, 2011

Johnny Caps on Sale!

We've been able to save a few bucks on production so Johnny Caps are now only $125 for this perfect recreation of a classic. New style caps coming soon.

Friday, September 2, 2011

Johnny Caps are back!

The Johnny Caps are back. These motorcycle caps are a perfect re make of the ones offered from Buco, Beck and Harley Davidson. They come without patches and a black or white braid. Also available are vintage hat patches and gold or silver hat cords. Prices start at $150 for a plain cap in your choice of color.

Monday, August 1, 2011

New Belt Buckles Now Available.

New from the NLAMC and designed by Wes White of Four Aces Cycle. Perfect for all you pre unit Triumph gear heads out there. Limited run. $55 plus shipping.

Saturday, February 5, 2011

Now in stock!

The blue Club Sweater

Monday, January 31, 2011

Tom Fritz captures the NLAMC.

Tom Fritz has immortalized one of our customers, Billy, donning genuine NLAMC Club Sweater. Wow!

Sunday, January 23, 2011

Saturday, July 31, 2010

The NLAMC hits the Reagan Library!

Currently there is a display of motorcycles at the Ronald Reagan Library in Simi Valley, CA. This picture was forwarded to us. I can only assume the bike belongs to Don Emde. The sleeve in the background looks a lot like the Floyd Emde Daytona made for Don. If anyone has any more pictures or information please let us know. We consider it a great honor to be a part of a Presidential Museum display!