Where Men are Expected to Be Men & Women are Expected to Be Women

Stop right now, you don’t need to read any further if you are a sissified, limp-wrist, politically correct admirer of the feminist’s movement.  Don’t buy or read my book, Get Patched: How to Join an “Outlaw” Motorcycle Club.  I can tell you right now our world is not for you.  NO traditional three-piece patch in our MC world will have you.  We understand that men are men and women are women and that we don’t want to have anything to do with women who try to be like men or the sissy boys who condone that kind of thing.

Bikers and those in the MC world have been rumbling along with very much the same traditions since the 30s, 40s and 50s.  The soul of where the biker culture and ultimately the MC world comes from that era, modified very little as time has gone by with regards to the role of men and women.  Men are expected to be the leader and women are expected to support their men.  It is a man’s world, a man’s (more…)

You Don’t Get Patched and Become A Brother, There Is Far More to It Than That

To outsiders it looks like you just got patched into a MC and you just became one of the “Brothers”.  But that is far from the truth.

I’ve seen many hang-arounds and prospects come and go.  Some making it and some not.  I do my best to give them the information that they need to move forward if I think that they have it in them to make it.

There is one huge misconception that these beer-running hopefuls have.  They all want to get patched so that they can be a Brother.  Well, that is not how it works. (more…)

Why Join a Motorcycle Club? – My Personal Perspective

Why do men join MCs?  There are probably a thousand reasons.  But the truth is there are a few consistent and very compelling reasons that come up over and over again.  For me it is Brotherhood.

I am not close to my blood family.  They are all very different from me.  I have never felt a part of it.  It is only natural for men to want to be a part of something bigger than themselves.  This was certainly true for me.  I wanted a family that fit. (more…)