Louisiana Motorcycle Clubs
Although the Mountain Travel Guide does not list trails in Louisiana
yet, we still wanted to provide a list of some of the great clubs
located there. Visit the
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Stunnas Motor Sport Club
Four men with a vision brought together like minded motor sport
enthusiast with a love and passion for riding. In 2003, George
Riddles, Maurice Galloday, James Barron and Deotis Barron created
the #1 Stunnas Motor Sport Club in Chicago Il. Now, in 2012, we have
grown to over 30 plus chapters across the United States and 1
chapter in Japan. We continue to show growth and a welcoming sense
of fam"1"ly togetherness and a love and passion for riding.
AVIMC is made up of Patriotic Citizens, including Law Enforcement,
Military, Reserves, National Guard, Veterans, Merchant Marine
Officers, Fire Fighters, active and retired have sworn to Protect
and Defend the Constitution Of The United States against all enemies
both foreign and domestic.
The Bayou Country Riders is a group of Motorcycle Enthusiasts
that shares a common love for riding motorcycles. We respect and
honor the 1% world, we do not claim Territory, we have lots of fun
and camaraderie as we explore new routes and experience the
fascinating scenery of the Louisiana countryside, making
long-lasting memories from various rides throughout Louisiana. We
also hold fund-raisers throughout the year. Our main charity Event
is The Ride For St. Jude Children's Hospital every March. So if you
are passionate about riding, desire to meet new people and in
general just want to have fun, come on out to our club house at
Pelicans On The Bayou in New Iberia and make some new friends.
Brothers of The Creed MC
Support Our Troops
Ride With Pride
Buffalo Soldiers MC, Springs-Denver Chapter
We are an organization of professional men and women that are
dedicated to the sport of motorcycle riding and safety. We pay
homage to African Americans of the 9th and 10th Calvary who
sacrificed their lives so that our country could be what it is
Cajun Xtreme Bike Crew
We are a motorcycle group made up of mostly crotch rockets at the
moment, but are open to any make model and size bike. We were
founded in 2003 by Kirt "TK" Rebert, Jr. When out of nowhere he went
and bought a Ninja 250 on a credit card (yeah, he was crazy). From
2003 to 2010 Cajun Xtreme Bike Crew was mainly TK with different
riders joining here and there but never staying put.
On the morning of Friday May 13th, 2011, TK was killed in a tragic
motorcycle accident. This sparked new interest in Cajun Xtreme. An
Orginazation called Cajun Xtreme Motorcycle Awareness was formed 2
weeks after TK's death to help raise awareness of motorcycles. 24
hours after starting our FaceBook page we had over 2000 friends.
Cajun Xtreme Bike Crew was also restarted after TK's death.
We have members from Coteau Holmes, New Iberia, Erath Broussard and
LaFayette. We always looking for new poeple to ride with us.
You can find out more on our FaceBook page
www.facebook.com/cajunxtreme.awareness or search Cajun Xtreme Bike
Crew and Cajun Xtreme Enterprise on FaceBook.
Construction Trash MC
Construction Trash MC is for folks that make their living on the
road working construction that ride motorcycles.
We are a group of combat veterans who ride together and work hard to
help out other veterans. From helping spouses deal with deployments,
to raising funds to help toys for tots, we work hard in the states
we live to help Veterans and their families.
We are a military Motorcycle and safety club on base at NAS JRB
New Orleans. We are primaryly active duty military but open to
DOD employees, retired, dependants, and honorably dischared vets.
We are motorcycle enthusiast that love getting together with freinds
and riding. We born established 4 July 2010 and growing
strong. We ride alot just to go but also do alot of charity
events also. This is not a harley davidson club. As long
as it has two wheels a motor and can reach highway speeds you are
good. Come check us out. We meet once a month on base
somewhere. Times will be posted on site and facebook. If
interested let us know.
Desert Raiders MC
Desert Raiders MC, Northern Louisiana Chapter. Membership in the
Chapter shall be open to anyone who is an active member in the Armed
Forces, Arm Forces Guard, Reserves, or has a DD-214 to prove
military service, which also has a 600cc or higher motorcycle.
Desert Raiders does not discriminate in any manner.
The Enforcers Motorcycle Club of Maine, INC is a non-profit group of
motorcycle enthusiasts. We are made up primarily of Law Enforcement,
Military Active Duty, Guard, Reserve and Veterans and other public
servants and select civillians who support these groups. We are part
of an International Motorcycle Club, The Enforcers, based in
Florida. Our goal is simple...Raise funds for local charities and
share the brotherhood of a motorcycle club.
The Freemasons Riding Club is an association founded and designed
specifically to introduce motorcycling Freemasons to one another. We
are comprised entirely of Freemasons with a love for freedom that is
only found on two wheels – in the wind. We find our best place
working in our communities and supporting various causes and
charities, especially while riding with our Brothers.
Ultimately, we are the same Freemasons that you have known throughout
your life and all of history – a fun-loving Brotherhood of charity
that is reflected in our works. We are dedicated to promoting good
will in our local communities while promoting safe, fun and
We are not a gang or 1% club! As Freemasons, each of us strives to be
an upright and law abiding member of the community at all times. We
are active in our Lodges, dedicated to supporting the Widows and
Orphans of our Brethren, and are always mindful to present a good
impression of Bikers to the public when riding together.
We are not a gang or 1% club! As Freemasons, each of us strives
to be an upright and law abiding member of the community at all
times. We are active in our Lodges, dedicated to supporting the
Widows and Orphans of our Brethren, and are always mindful to
present a good impression of Bikers to the public when riding
The Gunfighters MC is a group of active and retired Law Enforcement
Officers who have joined together to celebrate our Brotherhood. We
accept all cruisers but prefer Harley-Davidson motorcycles, party with
supporting clubs and enjoy the brotherhood that has bonded us
Some brothers are former members of the Wild Pigs MC,Celtic Law MC,
Blue Knights, and have formed special bonds while working side by side
at Ground Zero during the rescue / recovery detail of 9-11-01. We will
always remain faithful to the oaths we have taken to uphold the law
and serve the public.
Although we come from different Law Enforcement Agencies, we are now
all one and the same. We are Gunfighters MC
Iron Order MC
The Iron Order MC was started by a few hardcore bikers in a
garage on July 4, 2004. It is fitting that our club anniversary
is celebrated on the same day as our great country's
Independence Day since our club is totally independent and
beholden to none to follow our own destiny truly free from all
other's rules and protocols. These bikers came from different
backgrounds and walks of life. They had a desire to share
brotherhood and socialize together as a group of men sharing a
like mindset with an iron resolve to have a club of their own
under no one's control or direction. That is how the IOMC was
started and how it is today. This is the heritage of the IOMC.
We refuse to be dictated to by anyone as to who we have as
members, where we can have chapters, what we can wear, where we
can go, or what we can do. We respect all clubs and support
those that support us. We are independent and choose to mind our
own business. We started that way and we continue that way. We
run our club by the very same MC traditions established over 50
years ago by motorcycle clubs. We are not 1%ers.
Leathernecks MC Nation
We are a Military MC comprised of all US Marine Corp Veterans,
riding to support all our troops and for the betterment of our
Clean and Sober Club. family, Support, Enjoying The life and ride!
club houses, Odessa, Lubbock, plug in brothers and sisters!
We are an all combat wounded
Veterans motorcycle association.
Riders For Jesus
Membership open to every Christian regardless of race, creed,
color, or gender. All makes of bikes welcomed. We believe that
this ministry is not only a calling but a blessing from the Holy
Spirit. People are usually thrilled to find a group of friends
that they can share common interest with. Being able to combine
riding and our love for Jesus gives our members a special bond.
Skull Cult MC
Skull Cult Motorcycle Club – our mother chapter resides in the
9th Ward neighborhood of New Orleans, La. We are a traditional club
that strives to give back to our communities by donating our time
and organizing others to join the effort in many different ways. We
spend alot of time on the road and our brothers have traveled many
thousands of miles together and we continue to do so every year.
of Armageddon MC
We are an independent motorcycle club that Claims No Territory
we are 100% lawabidding for us it is all about the fun an
brotherhood we are a family club check out our website "www.sonsofarmageddonmc.com"
We are a Vietnam Era Veterans MC. If you are a honorably
discharged veteran, please check us out.
Vietnam MC America
A club dedicated to helping other vets, and standing up for
veterans, and bikers rights.
Vets/Legacy Vets MC
Worldwide club dedicated to POW/MIA and Veterans rights.
The WPMC was formed in California in 1987 and has grown to become
one of the most recognizable law enforcement bike clubs in the
country. The organization consists of active and retired Federal,
State, and local law enforcement officers that own and ride Harley
The WPMC Central Florida Chapter is a brotherhood dedicated to the
love of riding motorcycles while supporting the men and women of law
enforcement. We share a commitment to one another, the community in
which we ride, and our common values and beliefs. The club is law
enforcement oriented, non-profit, and promotes, endorses, and
participates in a number of fundraisers throughout the year.
The WPMC currently has over 20 Chapters in the U.S. and a Chapter in
Europe. The Central Florida Chapter, Chartered in 2006, is widely
recognized in Orange, Seminole, Brevard, and Volusia Counties.