UK Motorcycle Clubs

UK Motorcycle Clubs including One Percenters (1%ers), MC, MCC, Rally, Riding, Owner, Brotherhood & Sisterhood, Scooter and Trike Clubs and any other two & three wheeled UK Motorcycle Clubs.

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The MC Outlaw 1%er Clubs

The UK Motorcycle Clubs, MC & 1%er Clubs include but not restricted to the Outlaws MC, Road Rats MC, Hells Angels MC, Blue Angels MC, Satan's Slaves MC. There are more clubs but these are the biggest & most well known.

There are also MC clubs without the 1% patch and are as a rule dominated by the 1%ers but not all, some are too strong for the 1% clubs to do anything about, they may moan a little and try to manipulate but that's it. Other areas the 1% chapter/charter just hasn't got enough man power to have its way with with the local MC and that's with their support clubs included.

The old argument of quality over quantity. If you have a local MC that doesn't wear 1% but has enough quality and quantity the local 1% club sometimes has to recognise it hasn't got the power to dictate much, if at all.

MCC Motorcycle Clubs

Then you've got the MCC motorcycle clubs which are the most popular of all patch wearing clubs in the UK, these wear patches on the front of their jackets.

MCC clubs in many cases are under the influence of 1%ers depending on which area of the country they're in.

Rally & Riding Clubs

Then there's the other clubs such as RC which stands for "Rally Club" or known as "Riding Club" in other countries like the USA. These are family clubs that tend to stay away from the politics involved with the stronger clubs.

Trike Clubs

Many trike owners are members of motorcycle clubs due to a disability but there are Trike Clubs out there specifically for Trikers.

You can ride a trike and be a 1%er don't let your disability get in the way of taking the path you desire, it can be done and you'll be treated just the same as any other patched member.

It's rare to find discrimination in family or rider clubs but once you start looking at MCC clubs and up you will find it, fortunately not so with disabled riders in any decent club worth joining but colour, race, and gender you may find issues.

Finding the right club for you is what it's all about, it's your social life so choose wisely because if it's not enjoyable what is the point.

Brotherhoods & Sisterhoods

You've also got "Brotherhoods", these are clubs that normally wear a side patch (usually means they intend going back patch in time) or back patch, There really is little difference with them and the MCC's because some of the MCC's wear a side patch, and you won't find women in a Brotherhoods, for that there are Sisterhoods.

Motorcycle Owner Groups

There's also other types of UK motorcycle clubs like "Motorcycle Owner Groups", people that have a particular model or make of bike like Harley Davidson, Honda, Kawasaki, Triumph, Suzuki, Yamaha, "Vintage Groups" for owners of classic motorbikes, police (law enforcement), religious, emergency, blood runners and courier clubs amongst many others.

Scooter clubs including the most popular "Vespa Owners" & "Lambretta Owners" etc. are pretty much the same as motorcycle clubs, they go on ride' outs, meet once a week or more, party as hard as anyone and enjoy the freedom and friendship of belonging to a group of like minded people. I've also seen them ride miles to a rally or gathering, all round Europe on these things, far more than even some real of us hardcore 😁 bikers.

There are other groups or organisations that help riders in many ways such as "MAG" (Motorcycle Action Group) catering for riders rights. "BMF" British Motorcyclists Federation which is Britain's largest most influential motorcycle rider group. Founded to promote and safeguard the interests of motorcyclists by representing the riders' interests, where and when it matters.

UK Motorcycle Clubs Near You?

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This site lists many biker & scooter clubs, biker gangs & street gangs (I've used the word gangs simply because simpletons use it and even clubs used the term many years ago) with websites and it also displays many of the clubs logos which are more commonly known as colours, patches or badges.

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UK Motorcycle Clubs

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