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Outcast MC Atlanta…Black Outlaw Motorcycle Club…

Posted in Black Bikers, Black Motorcycle Riders, Black Motorcycle Clubs, African American Riders, Choppers, Los Angeles Bikers, Atlanta Motorcycle Clubs, black harley rider, chosen few mc, custom harley davidson, harley davidson, motorcycle gangs, motorcyclists, national bikers roundup, outlaw motorcycle gangs with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on February 6, 2010 by goldie1779

Most would consider Outcast MC Atlanta as an intimidating club but I would identify them as a Big Brother Club in the motorcycle community. They are very approachable and want to ride and party just like everyone else. I honestly believe that Outcast MC is in Atlanta because they are necessary and not here for their own personal gain.

The unfortunate thing with the motorcycle set here in Georgia they don’t know and understand that there are rules and regulations to being a motorcycle club. There must be structure in everything that we do. Someone must keep order on the set and yes it will be Outcast MC Atlanta doing just that. Bikers think they can fly colors and ride bikes with no rules or guidelines and this isn’t the case. Just like the real world when rules are broken someone will get punished for breaking the rules.

I strongly believe Outcast MC Atlanta’s true intent is to educate the clubs who’ve been misinformed with how your club should be setup and those who don’t know shit about being a black biker/black motorcycle club a complete guide from the beginning. Someone has to take control of the situation to bring order. The end result is to have all clubs co-exist and be on one accord. Many motorcycle clubs in Atlanta just don’t have the proper leadership or guidance to help get them to get closer to unifying black motorcycle clubs.

One thing I found is that clubs don’t adhere to the rules they have for themselves so of cause they will have problems with Big Brother assisting them along the way. Outcast has a strong belief that if they educate the masses they can all achieve a common goal as one big biker family and enjoy the feeling that bikers get from riding; true freedom.

One paramount thing is that some clubs have leadership issues because people are put in the positions because of who they know not whether or not they have leadership qualities. Everyone isn’t a born leader and shouldn’t be put in that leadership role because of who they hangout with either. When clubs begin with the wrong leader, they tend to not last long. Some clubs are formed today but are gone by the end of the year. You have members who instead of working on the issues inside of their clubs branch off to start another club without having the know-how or guidance to do so.

One problem we face as black motorcycle clubs is that no one really knows the rules of the game because truthfully the rules of motorcycle clubs and other artifacts have never been written down and stored. So, with that being said, Outcast MC has been around for more than 40 years and can give guidance to the communities in which they reside.

If you plan to chill on the motorcycle set you need to understand the rules and proper etiquette of our world. Cause we will go the long way on your ass…for sure but in a loving way!(LMAO)

Iron Sharpens Iron…especially on Steel!

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Live Hard, Die Free…Outlaw Motorcycle Club Territory

Posted in Black Bikers, Black Motorcycle Riders, Black Motorcycle Clubs, African American Riders, Choppers, Los Angeles Bikers, Atlanta Motorcycle Clubs with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 9, 2010 by goldie1779


Most people fear Outlaw Motorcycle Clubs and rightfully so. If you cross the path of some of the notorious OMC’s you need to be aware of their behavior and attitude toward civilians and black motorcycle clubs when out pounding on your motorcycle. Some have created over time a world of their own. A world unlike any other with rules created from scrap and life principles most would find difficult to live by.


This confirms my issue with most non-Outlaw MC’s who don’t understand what honor and allegiance to your club is really all that matter. The Outlaw Motorcycle Club movement exploded, split, diversified, created its own rules, leaders and became the climax of living life as you see fit.

This is what Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs think: God forgives, Outlaws don’t!

This is how they see life.


Keeping this in mind when you travel across country on your motorcycle you will ride into Outlaw Motorcycle Club territories and you need to know whose territory it is; for your safety. This isn’t a way of life for the faint at heart. I am not trying to scare you I am trying to teach you how to govern yourself accordingly.


I am a firm believer if you knew better you’d do better. So I want to encourage you to use the internet, ask other Outlaw Motorcycle Club members that you have a relationship with to inform you about their culture and what is correct etiquette when you cross paths with Outlaw Motorcycle Clubs out on two’s. My intent is to teach you how to fish not fish for you.


Goldie~Regulator for Life!

Iron sharpens Iron…especially on Steel!

Regulators Motorcycle Club Atlanta~Pre-Thanksgiving Dinner

Posted in Black Bikers, Black Motorcycle Riders, Black Motorcycle Clubs, African American Riders, Choppers, Los Angeles Bikers, Atlanta Motorcycle Clubs with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on November 23, 2009 by goldie1779

Yesterday we had the annual Pre-Thanksgiving Dinner at our Clubhouse which is located at 805 Donald Lee Hollowell Parkway, Atlanta Georgia. Man there were several black female motorcycle clubs, black bikers, family and friends who came too. There was so much food we gave the rest to the homeless around the area.

Man when the dance contest started it was off the hook. Those kids weren’t playing around. They were getting there dance on. This is a short clip of one of our members’ nephew and another members son.

Goldie~Regulator for Life!
Iron Sharpens Iron…Steel