Join the Team. Enjoy the Adventure!
Who can become a Member
Membership is limited to motorcycle-riding psychiatrists, psychologists and mental health nurses and qualified counsellors, psychotherapists, social workers, youth workers.
Psychs on Bikes, however, invites applications for membership from “non-psychs” as long as they contribute to the organisation in a material way, such as ride organisation, public relations, administrative, legal and financial, and the PoB Committee approves their application.
What you get
By becoming a Member you :
gain voting rights at PoB Meetings
receive our stylish Psychs on Bike T-shirt
limited insurance coverage for General & Products Liability and Personal Accident Cover
earn CPD points during our Big Rides half-day conference for riders
encounter people and experiences in the Outback which the tourists and grey nomads don't
provide a service to communities where mental health resources are sparse
Anything else I need to know?
One more thing. PoB has a zero-tolerance policy for any form of discrimination, bullying, harassment or abuse and is committed to educating others to do the same.
How much does it cost
A $3 joining fee and $10 p.a. However we ask that you sign up for three years (total cost $33 for three years of Membership).
Got it! How do I become a PoB Member?
Easy. contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you out a membership application kit. We look forward to hearing from you.
"I ride with POB so that I can ride with a great bunch of like minded people, safely cover vast distances across the continent of Australia and do good work along the way. When the helmet goes on, so does the mindfulness practice. Mindfulness is based on intention and attention..... I intend to stay alive through continuously paying attention. Riding a motorcycle through rural and remote areas is a full on sensory experience that restores the mind, rests the body and nourishes the soul."
Why I ride
Dr Susan Sumskis