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We RIDE—all the time and in all weather conditions. We ride when we have to go somewhere and we ride when there is no reason to ride. If you hear a scooter growling in the fog and rain after midnight there's a good chance its one of us trying to avoid roadkill on the way home -- or just heading out on a run to meet some Brothers.

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 do what our Code tells us we must do:

  • Don't take any shit. Be kind to women, children and animals, but don't take any crap from anyone. This is about respect and honor. Anyone can be quick-tempered and mean. Be cool, stand tall and backup what you say with action.

  • Never lie. Your word is your bond. Guard it carefully and you will earn the trust of your Brothers.

  • Be dependable. Do what you say you'll do. Be there when you say you will and you will KEEP the trust of your Brothers.

  • Don't snitch. Follow your conscience and do the right thing, but don't ever snitch.

  • Don't Whine. If something is wrong, fix it. If it can't be fixed, endure it.

  • Never give up the fight. No matter how bad it gets, a Brother never quits.

  • Help others. When a stranger is broken down by the side of the road, always stop and help him. Loan your Brother your tools and give him your spares when he needs your help.

  • Ride! Make music in the breeze and laugh long and hard when you fall. Enjoy the journey. Tomorrow may not come, but Today is a perfect day to live.


Are you a Vietnam Veteran?

Did you earn the Vietnam Service Medal?

Did you receive an Honorable Discharge?

Do you own ANY brand of street-legal, insured bike over 500cc?

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Updated: 22 Jul 17