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Zclub is under New Ownership & Management

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Alright Z Fam, the time has come!

For those that are not apart of the Zclub Facebook community, Zclub is under New Management.

Myself and Emily have taken over ownership of Zclub earlier this year and we are currently taking the time to finally refresh and re-design the whole website from the ground up and start fresh! Lets be honest, its a little outdated to say the least.

Some future ideas that I have in mind, that I hope will give back and add value to you and the community, which I am open to further discussion and suggestions are:

  • Refresh the Zclub logo and branding. Will look to keep a similar look and feel but make it more modern and appealing. (Almost Complete)
  • Update the landing page of the website to showcase either a slideshow or Video Showreel of Z/G Meets, with permission of Members rides included in the feature.
  • We hope to be able to carry over most of the original forum threads however, it looks like I may have to instead create a 'Wiki" from the original threads and potentially start fresh. (which may take some considerable time... there is a LOT in there). I feel that the Forum style setup is very useful but does need a more modern look and feel, as well as make it easy to find what you may be looking looking for.
  • Enhance the 'Mobile User Experience' which will flow similar to the desktop webpage. (current experience is... very outdated on Tapatalk).
  • We will also look to introduce a quarterly/seasonal Spotlight to feature members Z/G's. This will include showcasing a full spread of video's/Images and write up on the Homepage of personal rides. This could be put to a Community Vote and the winner gets a feature. There will also be an archive for previous Featured Rides.
  • Lastly, the potential to add some limited run Zclub Merch, Windscreen Banners and Stickers. This would be setup to help cover the cost of regular upkeep and maintenance of the website.

We may potentially have to manually transition your current user profiles to the new database so we only ask that you are patient through this initial transitional phase.


This community would be nothing without all of you Z & G enthusiasts out there constantly talking, modifying, trouble shooting and problem solving together and I thank you for your continued input.

I look forward to reading your feedback and suggestions, and hope that we can continue to grow this amazing community.

Thanks all ✌️

- Matt

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