History: Two brothers started it to unify their families and make a club like no club yet. When you hit the mountain, you have the militia. When you are on the road, you have the militia. Anywhere, here or there, whatever you ride, you have the militia. The militia is not to discriminate on age, gender, bicycle or motorcycle. We are all family.
MMRC: What is expected of a MMRC member ...
MMRC: As a MMRC member, strive to conduct yourself in a responsible manner so as to not give your club a bad name. Whether you are wearing your patch or not, common courtesy and respect for ANY individual you make contact with will always leave a good impression of you, your club and riders in general.
MMRC: Always display a positive attitude. MMRC: Participate as much as you are comfortable with. You joined to ride and meet others with the same interest, but the more you participate the more you will get to know others and enjoy the experience. You will only get out of it that you put into it.
MMRC: It's always good to introduce yourself to fellow club members.
MMRC: It's always good to meet new people.
MMRC: Meeting new people is one of the things a MMRC is about. Answer questions as you are able. If you don't know the answer to a question, refer the questioner to someone you think might know, such as one of the officers of your club. Don't give out personal information unless you know that the person being asked about wants it given out; that's only common sense.
MMRC: MMRC isn't out to hide anything. They are just a riding club and as such, really don't have much in the way of club business. If you know of sensitive private matters concerning the MMRC then it is expected that you would use good judgment in not sharing it with others who are not involved.
MMRC: While in public places, always conduct yourself with your association with your club in mind. Remember that what you do, people will remember; good or bad. The public perception of anyone who rides a bike should be considered and a good attitude is always the kind of perception we want to present, club or no club.
MMRC: Never let someone go off alone without someone keeping an eye on them, especially in this day and time.
MMRC: You should always conduct yourself responsibly when dealing with other people, including e-mails and on the Internet. The patch is a purchased patch that shows you are a part of a riding club whose purpose is to get together to ride and enjoy the companionship of others with a similar interest.
MMRC: NEVER use the term "Outlaw Club" or any of the other names they are known by when speaking to strangers (you never know when one of them might be a member of an MC, be a support member or know members of an MC).
MMRC: Show respect for other people, club or not. It's the polite thing to do.
MMRC: RCS don't earn their patches. The patch has no meaning except that it indicates you belong to a club that you signed up for and associate with.
MMRC: It's great to introduce new people to the group. Remember most of us have family and loved ones who also ride with passion and pride and would like to associate with others that retain the same values.
MMRC: Use common courtesy and common sense. Above all ride with PASSION & PRIDE or don't ride!