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Hey i am curious is anyone part of a major riding club? if so which one and what is it like?

I have heard good things about Patriot Guard but i dont know much about them. Are there any others out there?
 

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Hey i am curious is anyone part of a major riding club? if so which one and what is it like?

I have heard good things about Patriot Guard but i dont know much about them. Are there any others out there?
There are a ton of them, just search the net, hit some of the bike nights and bars and see what you find. I hang out with a couple clubs here and there, but wont fly anyones crest since i hate being labled and if someone starts making that club look bad then it reflects on me.
 

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I am in a larger motorcycle club on the east coast. we have chapters in Baltimore MD, DC, South Carolina, Cleveland, Toledo, and Detroit. A lot of us clock a lot of miles but a lot don't. The brotherhood is excellent and they have been more family than most of my own. Lords of Armageddon is the name
 

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imwright = agree not a big fan of being labeled but i do like the brotherhood feeling.

Dawg = i will pass on the hells angels! I prefer a group who is not in assosciation with bad stuff.

Snuffdog, thanks i will have to look into that one.
 

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imwright = agree not a big fan of being labeled but i do like the brotherhood feeling.

Dawg = i will pass on the hells angels! I prefer a group who is not in assosciation with bad stuff.

Snuffdog, thanks i will have to look into that one.

Was joking you just don't ride up to the Angels and ask for an Application...LOL
 

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Hey i am curious is anyone part of a major riding club? if so which one and what is it like?

I have heard good things about Patriot Guard but i dont know much about them. Are there any others out there?
Not Sure If Your A Former Or Current Combat Vet Or Not But Here Is Something To Look At...Not A Club But A Association... Combat Vets Is A Great Orginazation With Chapters World Wide... I Am Not A Member But I Am A Supporter
 

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Was joking you just don't ride up to the Angels and ask for an Application...LOL
Dang and I started putting my resume together.
 

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the only club i ride with is the VIAGRA ANGELS.IT CONSIST OF 4 MEMBERS AND THEIR LADIES.the end
 

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Patriot Guard is a great group. They do a lot of good things for vets such as fundraisers, funeral escorts, Patriot Flight escorts etc. I am the director of an American Legion riders group that does similar events. The Legion Riders are directly affiliated with and formed out of a local American Legion Post. If you're a vet son of a vet or eligible for the ladies Aux of a Legion Post you can be eligible for the Legion
Riders. Check with your local LegionPost. We have raised millions of dollars annually forvets and their families. Check out AmericanLegionRiders .org
 

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I, myself, am a member of the Wabash Valley Motorcycle Club. One of the largest single clubs in Indiana. Started in the early 60's as a racing club, our Jacket is displayed in the HD museum. We now raise over $10,000 every year for the free clinic in our City.

Choose a club wisely! Brotherhood of bikers can be the most rewarding experience of you life but choosing the wrong club can be a real 'head crasher'!

Avoid 'lifetime only' clubs that when you join you are required to be a lifer. Once in you just can't get out without concequences. (sp)

Avoid clubs that have too many rules about what you can ride, where you can go, what car you can drive (if any) and 'rocker' jackets or vests that must be worn at all times. Some of these clubs will dictate your personal life to the extreme!

Find a club , check it out, join and participate. Some are worth their weight in gold!
 

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The Patriot Gaurd is an excellent group with a worthy cause, I am a Patriot Guard Rider.
I am also in the Widows Sons Masonic Riders Assn but you have to be a Master Mason to be eligible for membership. Many groups require that you have something in common before joining. Some require that you hang around first to see if you fit in with their ideals and morays. I'd say don't get in a hurry to join any paticular one. Many groups require that you be invited to join.

Being a member of a RC or RA does have benefits when it comes to traveling an/or assistance.
 

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Patriot Guard is a great group. They do a lot of good things for vets such as fundraisers, funeral escorts, Patriot Flight escorts etc. I am the director of an American Legion riders group that does similar events. The Legion Riders are directly affiliated with and formed out of a local American Legion Post. If you're a vet son of a vet or eligible for the ladies Aux of a Legion Post you can be eligible for the Legion
Riders. Check with your local LegionPost. We have raised millions of dollars annually forvets and their families. Check out AmericanLegionRiders .org
Here Is The Correct Link For ALR American Legion Riders - a program of The American Legion
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Ya the things in common seems to be my hardest issue so far. i met with a few groups (iron brotherhood, defenders) when i did one charity ride but both of them require you to be a police officer to join. I dont know of any chiropractic riding groups lol.
 

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the rules for our club are show up at country cooking and lets go rideing.ride what you brung,and wear whatever covers you butt.everyone is welcome.
 

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Ya the things in common seems to be my hardest issue so far. i met with a few groups (iron brotherhood, defenders) when i did one charity ride but both of them require you to be a police officer to join. I dont know of any chiropractic riding groups lol.
You could always start one :) The "Bone Krackers" RC

Then again, you'd have to go through the whole protocol of starting a new group which requires you to deal with the dominant club in your area. Not for the weak of heart :)
 
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