Seattle Area Motorcycle Clubs

Discussion in 'Westside' started by bobbytheblack, Dec 16, 2011.


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Do you belong to a Motorcycle Club (MC)

  1. Yes

    19 vote(s)
    13.7%
  2. No, I have no interest, I just like to ride.

    76 vote(s)
    54.7%
  3. No, but I would like to be!

    22 vote(s)
    15.8%
  4. No, still on the fence if I want to or not or havent found one I like.

    22 vote(s)
    15.8%
  1. List of all the Seattle Area Motorcycle Clubs:
    (If you dont see your club or know of a club just post info and Ill add it. Please try to include as much info as possible, from website, type of bikes, all girl or guy, etc)
    (Also, if theres certain information you want under your club, post or PM me about it.)









    ALWAYS MORE TO COME! :stir:​
     
    #1 bobbytheblack, Dec 16, 2011
    Last edited: Dec 27, 2011
  2. What does NGA stand for?
     
  3. koorbloh

    koorbloh Je Fa Fa

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    Location:
    Monroe-mish, WA
    I Ride:
    dirty bikes!
    no girls allowed.
     
  4. lmao, awesome.
     
  5. Wyckedan

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    Location:
    Seattle, Wa
    I Ride:
    RSV4 Factory
    Bomb Squad! KABOOM!
     
  6. 1shinysideup

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    Seattle
    I Ride:
    a barstool
    +1
     
  7. Is that the whole name? or is it just Bomb Squad, website? type of bikes?
     
  8. Wyckedan

    5,406
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    I Ride:
    RSV4 Factory
  9. There are a bunch...

    There are some decent riding clubs, and some colorful vest clubs.

    not my cup of tea by any means.


    Open Throttle Sport Riders
    Pleasure barons <--yeah that's real
    Jolly Rogers
    Magic Wheels
    Banditos
    Knucklebusters
    Ruff Ryders
    Belltown boyz
     
  10. How come? I'm not in a MC, but I dont see a bad thing about it, especially depending on the club.
     
  11. Brotherhood of Marines riding club.
     
  12. Team Ride West has over 700 members, 50 of whom 60 I would call active, and offers dozens of rides both street and dual sport each year, no dues, and a monthly dinner meeting that is almost entirely social. 70% BMWs, 30% everything else under the sun. Web site is the Ride West web site (www.ridewest.com) and any questions can be send to me at team@ridewest.com

    Dave Preston
    Ride West
     
  13. dragracer1951

    dragracer1951 <img src="/images/ranks/mod.gif" alt="Moderator">

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    I've been in the VME for years, but I certainly wouldn't call it an MC.
    Even though we have officers and all that shit.
     
  14. What would you call it then?
     
  15. dragracer1951

    dragracer1951 <img src="/images/ranks/mod.gif" alt="Moderator">

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    Ain't no patches
    Ain't no secret handshake
    It's a bunch of guys that like old Brit bikes.
    We let the Harley and Indian guys think they in the club too.
    Don't show up for a meeting and you might get elected prez

    It's not an MC in the traditional sense of the term.
    And we all about traditional...
     
  16. I guess that would depend on what you call traditional. I'm not sure if you've reead the about section on their website:

    So somebody in charge thinks its a club, not to mention there are dues, and you may not have a secret handshake, but yoj do have a secret meet date Isle of Vashon TT!?
    And I think they let the Harley and Indian riders in because there Harley and Indian bikes are vintage. Not to mention the VME is chartered by the AMA that has them listed in their find a club section.
     
  17. Any extra info on them, I cant find any info on them at all online.
     

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