Nov 222011
 

 

Motorcycle  Clubs take their colors, insignias, rituals, traditions, and place in society very, very seriously.  As someone who has worked to start a three-piece patch club in an area with a very powerful dominant club, I understand how important it is to watch your p’s and q’s, pay your respects, and play by the rules as they are laid forth.

In Australia there is a group of social riders that has recently been asked to change their patches.  This kind of thing happens.  You may or may not agree with it, but the honest truth is, the MC world belongs to the 1% clubs… if you wanna play in their yard, you had better follow their rules facebook albums download chrome.  What you find below is an article from the Gold Coast Bulletin, followed by the front page of the Gold Coast Cruiser Club’s website…

I am not asking for judgement… rather I would like to make sure folks understand the kinds of things that are reality in the MC world.

 

Much Love and Respect,

 

ArtBiker

 

 

 

The Nomads bikie [club] has warned a Gold Coast social motorcycle club to remove their club insignia because it ”offends” the outlaw organisation wo kann man ganze musik alben kostenlos downloaden.

 

The Gold Coast Cruiser club, which has more than 160 members, was ordered to ”get the patches off” after a member wearing the social patch was spotted by a member of the Nomads outlaw [club].

 

The Nomads from the southside chapter of the [club] confronted the biker as he was coming out of a doctor’s surgery, the Gold Coast Bulletin said 3d filme herunterladen kostenlos.

 

A statement on the Cruiser website has urged members to remove their patches.

 

”I have had a phone call from a 1 per cent club The Nomads, Southside Chapter. A member rang me stating our back patch is too much like a motorcycle club back patch and all members should remove them and replace them with one which Nomads would be happy with and to come up with a design as a replacement,” the statement reads download TV movie.

 

”I did put the point forward regarding the round back patch worn by members of Ulysses Club who, like Gold Coast Cruiser Club, are social motorcycle riders.

 

”The problem the Nomads have with our patch is the wording around our logo making the patch look like it has rockers, which had been deemed at the 2005 Ulysses AGM in Canberra to be avoided and never to be worn on member’s vests download graphics cards for free.

 

 

 

”I consider it advisable to remove the Gold Coast Cruiser Club back patch.”

 

The statement said the club understood the ”annoyance and frustration” as in the club’s seven-year history, the insignia has never been an issue.

 

”All I can say is, I have been given this message to pass on to everyone as soon as possible.

 

”The message is ‘Get the patches off and that’s it!’ from the Nomads.”

 

The cruiser club has appealed to the United Motorcycle Council of Queensland to mediate the dispute download the weather.

 

It is not the first time an outlaw [club] has attempted to strong-arm a social motorcycle club.

 

In 2005, a Canberra-based Rebels motorcycle [club] warned that the Ulysses veteran social to remove their insignia.

 

Ulysses Club members were confronted, intimidated, and threatened their bikes would be destroyed by members of the Rebels Motorcycle Club if they did not remove the cloth patches, known as ”rockers” facetime download mac kostenlos.

 

In a bid to avoid violent incidents, Ulysses’ national committee has instructed its 5000 members attending the Canberra rally to remove the rockers from their riding apparel.

 

 

 

From the Gold Coast Cruiser Club’s Website:

 

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To all Gold Coast Cruiser Club members.

 

Cruiser Clubbers,
I have had a phone call from a 1% club ‘The Nomads’ – Southside Chapter. A member rang me stating our back patch is too much like a Motorcycle Club back patch and all members should remove them and replace them with one which Nomads would be happy with and to come up with a design as a replacement Sky go movies on pc. I had a discussion with Beau of Southside Nomads and it was in a respectful manner from each of us.
I did put the point forward regarding the round back patch worn by members of Ulysses Club who, like Gold Coast Cruiser Club, are social motorcycle riders. Beau’s reply was it had been discussed at a United Motorcycle Council meeting of 1% clubs and agreed that the Ulysses patch was OK. The problem the Nomads have with our patch is the wording around our logo making the patch look like it has rockers, which had been deemed at the 2005 Ulysses AGM in Canberra to be avoided and never to be worn on member’s vests kostenlos musik downloaden apple.
As all Gold Coast Cruiser Club members are aware our club is a club in name only. We have no committee and the club basically runs on the input of its members. We don’t have any ‘offical’ back patch, the back patch available is not compulsory and is a personal choice by anyone to purchase and wear. Our only offical patch is the one small patch purchased to initiate being on our list for emailing and being one of the groups of 160 who call themselves Gold Coast Cruisers Club.
I consider it advisable to remove the Gold Coast Cruiser Club back patch. I understand the annoyance and frustration which will be felt by many of you, and have had the comment as to why after 7 years have none of the eight 1% clubs on the Gold Coast had a problem with this, but now this comes from a ‘South Brisbane Chapter’! Along with many other comments; all I can say is, I have been given this message to pass on to everyone as soon as possible.

The message is “Get the patches off and that’s it!” from the Nomads.

Yours Faithfully

MAGOO

 

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