Riding as One
A 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 vehicle like the Harley Owners Group. Most clubs are either organized around a brand or make, or around a type of riding e. 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. There are also specific clubs for women, such as Women's International Motorcycle Association , and clubs for lesbians and gays , such as Dykes on Bikes. Clubs catering for those interested in vintage machines such as the Vintage Motor Cycle Club are also popular as well as those centered on particular venues. Producing national and local branch club magazines and events are typical activities of such clubs. Other organizations whose activities primarily involve motorcycles exist for specific purposes or social causes such as the Patriot Guard Riders , who provide funeral escorts for military veterans, and Rolling Thunder , which advocates for troops missing in action and prisoners of war.
Canada's largest province is home to Canada's largest number of motorcycle clubs. From rallies to charity rides, to promoting motorcycle safety , Ontario motorcycle clubs are the heart and soul of Canadian motorcycle culture. We are pleased to present the most comprehensive list of Ontario motorcycle clubs on the web. Did we somehow miss your club? Please e-mail ian thenewbusiness. Riding as One Goldwing riders, Star riders, Honda riders, Virago aficionados, vintage bikers, HOG members, lady riders, veterans, families—all types of clubs are represented here and they come from all regions of Ontario. Even if you're from out of province, it's worth contacting a local club to find out about upcoming events and to meet some local riders. All Canadian Riders Club. Canadian Army Veteran Motorcycle Unit. Canadian Motorcycle Association.
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