Rolling Anarchy MCC (International)

Rolling Anarchy MCC, International originated in the year 2000.

https://rollinganarchy.com/

The idea for the club Rolling Anarchy MCC came after many years of searching passed before this idea was born.

In the past attempts had been made to join the MC club, or just be free bikers, or simply to know who and what we were. One day 3 smart Belarusian heads conceived the idea of Rolling Anarchy Motorcycle Clubs Community (MCC).

Anarchy (from the Greek: no rules, or rulers), a socio-political stream of thought which advocates the immediate abolition of all government (by spontaneous mass revolt) and the creation of small, autonomous associations of producers who don’t want political oversight.

Anarchy was born between 1840-1870 in Western Europe. The most famous developers of this ideology were Starner, Prudon, Bakunin, and Kropotkin. The ideas of anarchy have found reflection in the theory and practice of revolutionary activity of various anarchists groups within Revolution 1905-07 and especially legendary N.I.Mahno within Civil war 1918-22. (BEKM)

The club remains without a strong centralized structure, no officers or chain of command, but at the same time it does have a leading ideologist/philosopher in Roman Ivanovich from Minsk (Belarus). In the club everyone is equal, no hierarchy, no gradations. From the club’s foundation there have been no major quarrels among members. Although it may seem strange, even without any central authority one member from a friendly MC testified the club’s treasury is in much better shape than his club’s was.

Generally, the club’s regulations have only 2 paragraphs:

  1. Screw it all (loosely translated from some very bad words, like “FTW”)
  2. Shut up and drink (also loosely translated)

Of course this is a joke, but it nevertheless shows the club’s true spirit. And many things in the club are based on jokes: humor is a major component of our lives.

The one rule for clothing: a denim vest, in memory of the golden age of biking in the 60s and 70s.

Major but unwritten principles: the combination of individuality, solidarity, mutual assistance, and brotherhood. To become a member you must be a driver, not a rider. Most of the members have a long history of biking and who have logged many thousands of kilometres on the roads of Europe and Asia.

Rolling Anarchy MCC are not much interested in driving from bar to bar; the open road is more important, there to meet old friends. That is why at any event in any city they will meet people like themselves. Rolling Anarchy MCC doesn’t try to increase membership simply for the sake of numbers. The most important qualities of a club member is to be recognized, liked, and respected by members of the biking community.

The club’s goal is to create a union of kindred spirits. Rolling Anarchy MCC is against unnecessary self promotion. They think you should not speak with your fist or wallet; rather, your vest, soaked with the rain and dust of many roads, your friends who have shared both good and bad times-these should speak for you instead. You don’t have to be “the best”, or unique; it’s more important just to be.

Presently, the club has 3 events each year. In May, the bike festival in Brest (Belarus) “Goblin’s show” in Odessa (Ukraine) at the end of June, and in January a First winter biker fest “SNOW DOGS” in Samarskaya Luka.

The club also supports different local and international events of other friendly clubs, like opening and closing of bike season, toy rides, rallies, and festivals.

Rolling Anarchy MCC has many merits, but most important our club unites people without trampling on their individual freedom, without imposing rules and subordination, because freedom is one of the most important and precious things in a person’s life. The major principle of Anarchy: live as you will, and harm no one.

Anarchy Forever!

Rolling Anarchy MCC

Rolling Anarchy MCC

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