IMPORTANCE OF MOTORCYCLE CLUBS

What is a Motorcycle Club? 

motorcycle club is a group of individuals whose primary interest and activities involve motorcycles. A motorcycle group can range as clubbed groups of different bikes or bikers who own same model of the vehicle like Harley-Davidson, Royal Enfield, Bajaj, Honda like that.



Type of Clubs, Groups & Organizations 

Most clubs are either organized around a brand or make, or around a type of riding (e.g. touring). Motorcycle clubs vary a great deal in their objectives and organizations. Mainstream motorcycle clubs or associations typically have elected officers and directors, annual dues, and a regular publication. They may also sponsor sports events and annual or more frequent motorcycle rallies where members can socialize.
There are a great many brand clubs, i.e. clubs dedicated to a particular marque, including those sponsored by various manufacturers, modeled on the original brand club.

History About Clubs 

One of the first motorcycle clubs was the New York Motorcycle Club, which is 1903 merged with the Alpha Motorcycle Club of Brooklyn to become the Federation of American Motorcyclists. Later, the Motorcycle and Allied Trades Association (M&ATA) formed a Rider Division which spun off into the American Motorcyclist Association.

Motorcycle Rider Responsibility 

It is due all the respect and deference as any other vehicle. Motorcycle riders are required to obey traffic signs, signal turns and operate their vehicles in a safe manner. Despite the equal status accorded under the law, many motorists treat bikers as an inconvenience.

Structure Of Clubs, Groups & Organizations  



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President - The executive duties of the President are:
  • To lead and be a figurehead of the club.
  • To preside over meetings of the club.
  • The be a representative of the club in public relations and a liaison between other clubs and gangs.
  • To assist members in understanding and interpretation of their club's responsibility and to promote club life among members.
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Vice President - The executive duties of the Vice President are:
  • To assume the responsibility of the presidency and the club or chapter when the President is unable to do so.
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Sergeant at Arms - The executive duties of the Sergeant at Arms are:
  • To defend club members, property and interests.
  • To enforce the club by-laws throughout the club.
  • To maintain order at club meetings and activities.
  • To ensure that members adhere to club rulings, policies and the by-laws.
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Road Captain - The executive duties of the Road Captain are:
  • To plan travel routes and locations.
  • To make sure everyone is incorrect formation whilst riding.
  • To enforce club rules, procedures, and safety whilst riding.
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Secretary - The executive duties of the Secretary are:
  • To keep track of members and their standings within the club.
  • To monitor and keep track of Prospects and their progress.
  • Voice the clubs best interests and any known problems.
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Treasurer - The executive duties of the Treasurer are:
  • To host missions and regulate income to members.
  • To assume the responsibility of the Secretary when they are unable to do so.
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Tail Gunner - The executive duties of the Tail Gunner are:
  • To ride at the back of the formation and enforce riding safety.
  • If anyone crashed, or for another reason falls behind the tail gunner will stop and assist them.
  • To assume the responsibility's of the Road Captain when they are unable to do so.
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Captain - The executive duties of the Captain are:
  • To assist the Road Captain and assume his responsibility's when they are unable to do so.
  • To assist the Tail Gunner and assume his responsibility's when they are unable to do so.
  • Enforce club by-laws and rules to members.
  • To protect members and the clubs reputation.
  • To assist members in combat and firefights.
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Officer - The executive duties of the Officer are:
  • To monitor Prospects and Hangarounds and their progress.
  • To monitor and keep track of enemies and provide intel.
  • Enforce club by-laws and rules to members.
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Enforcer - The executive duties of the Enforcer are:
  • Enforce club by-laws and rules to members.
  • To protect members and the clubs reputation.
  • To assist members in combat and firefights.
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Prospect - The duties of a Prospect are:
  • To do anything a Patched Members tells him to do.
  • To retrieve bikes from police impounds.
  • To guard bikes at club meetings.
  • To strive to prove to members that they are worthy of earning our patch.

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