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C.I.A. Motorcycle Task Force (Cycles In Action)

http://www.cyclesinaction.com
Houston, TX
We are a motorcycle club open to all types of motorcycle enthusiasts. Cruisers, sport bike riders, alike are welcomed.

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Cyclone Riders MC

www.cycloneriders.com
Corpus Christi, TX 78413
A Motorcycle Club (MC) is an organized club of motorcycle riders who follow a series of traditional rules for participation in the club, including, but not limited to, a group of elected officers; a probationary period for new members; the wearing of a specific club patch (or patches) adorned with the term "MC"; a measure of privacy about their internal structure, bylaws, and membership; and some level of sworn allegiance to other members of the club. The typical internal organization of a motorcycle club consists of a president, vice president, treasurer, secretary, road captain, and sergeant-at-arms. Localized groups of a single, large MC are called chapters, and the first chapter established for an MC is referred to as the mother chapter. The president of the mother chapter serves as the president of the entire MC, and sets club policy on a variety of issues. There are a great many clubs for motorcycle riders who refer to themselves generically as motorcycle clubs. Though they are grammatically correct, these clubs are not MCs in the strictest sense of the term, and members of MCs (as defined in this article) regard these other clubs as motorcycle riding clubs. MC members are not usually referred to by their given names, but instead refer to each other by nicknames, or road names, sometimes even displaying their road name on the club vest. Whether or not this practice was carried over from the military aviation history of colorful pilot callsigns is not known. Cyclone Riders Motorcycle Club was established in 2004 while a group of military and civilian friends who share the same desire, love and passion of sport bikes put together C.R. Cyclone Riders MC is a family oriented and friendly sport bike club. We are a club that takes care of one another on and off the road. The club does not care about race, gender, religion or creed. We are all in it for the love of sport bikes. People who love to ride and want to be part of a family/team check out our club. C.R. is an independent club that holds no political affiliation with other motorcycle clubs. We support all other bike club events and functions. C.R. is always looking for quality and dedicated riders to join our family/team. We have all type of ages and riding experience from beginner to expert. C.R. is currently putting together a competition drag team and stunt team. We are looking for sponsors to support our club. If interested please drop us an email or contact a board member thanks.

 

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Texas Leathernecks

http://www.txleathernecks.com/
DFW, TX
A family orented club of Marines and FMF Corpsman

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Bad Boy Biker Clique

www.badboybikerclique.com
DFW Area
Dallas, TX 75260
The Bad Boy Biker Clique was formed to forge together an elite group of individuals, who enjoy the thrill of riding, without all the politics and protocols, that other riding clubs require. There are no dues to be paid; only debts to the blocks that we're bending. We are a BIKER CLIQUE, not a club! We welcome all types of bikes, races, and nationalities. The ONLY requirement to become an elite member or Triple BC, is that you must be HATER FREE! Now; lets bend some blocks!!

 

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In Country Motorcycle Club Texas I-Corps

http://icmc-texas.org
State Wide, TX
We are Combat Veterans who served in Vietnam; on the ground, in the air and on the water. We follow the code established by our Brothers, the first returning Viet Nam Vets who formed Outlaw motorcycle clubs. We are not allied with any other motorcycle club. We do not claim territory and we are not 1%ER. We respect all motorcycle clubs and follow local protocol established by the dominant 1%ER motorcycle club. We have the right to defend ourselves. We have paid our dues in Vietnam and in each of the many states in which we ride. We claim a special kinship with all men who served In Country Vietnam. We say "Welcome Home, Brother," and for our Brothers who did not come home we say "Rest in Peace, you will NEVER be forgotten."

 

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