Outcasts MC
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“We don't ride bikes to add days to our lives

We ride bikes to add life to our days ”

Cass  | President

 
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Our Charity Partners

Here you can learn a little about what we do and who we do it for.

 

 
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ptsd fOUNDATION OF aMERICA-cAMP HOPE

As many as 400,000 service members live and struggle with the invisible wounds of war. Sadly, most think they are alone.  That is why we have partnered with the PTSD Foundation Of America to help raise desperately needed funds to so they can get the help they need.

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what is ptsd

PTSD is a psychiatric disorder that can occur following the experience or witnessing of a life-threatening events such as military combat, natural disasters, terrorist incidents, serious accidents, or physical or sexual assault in adult or childhood.

 
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TOYS FOR TOTS

The mission of the U. S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program is to collect new, unwrapped toys during October, November and December each year, and distribute those toys as Christmas gifts to less fortunate children in the community in which the campaign is conducted.

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Helping the homeless

As members of the club we get together and donate personal funds to provide essential items for the homeless.

 
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Christmas Sponsor

The Outcasts MC and it's members will choose a family/families that for whatever reason, may it be health, unemployment, or otherwise would not be able to provide a Christmas for their family.  If you have a candidate please fill out the form and submit it for consideration.

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benefits

As a club we attend a lot of benefits to support the families that have either lost someone or may need help with medical expenses due to a motorcycle wreck or other health related issues. Check the schedule for events.

 

All About Us

Here you can find out who we are & what we're about.


Our Story

The Outcasts MC was founded in 2009.

Club Bylaws

Here you will find a complete list of the club bylaws.

 

Our Impact 

The Outcasts MC raises 10's of thousands of dollars every year for our charities.

Officers

Here you will find a complete list of the Outcasts MC officers.

 

Our Mission & Goals

"Old School Values, New School Attitudes” 

Membership

Whether your ready to submit the application, renew your membership or just interested.

 

 
 

“Blood makes you related

The road makes you family”

 
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Becoming a member of the Outcasts MC

The Outcasts MC does not recruit members. If you are interested in becoming a member of the Outcasts family there is a link below to send us your information, once we receive your information we will inform you of upcoming meet and greets or other opportunities to meet club members and officers. We are not an outlaw motorcycle club., and you must have a clean criminal background and possess the desire to help people, and your community. Club participation is essential, we understand that family and work comes first. You will only ever get out of the club what you put in it. Below is an excerpt from the Outcasts MC Bylaws

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There shall be one class of members of the Club. Applications for membership shall be as prescribed by the Executive Board. Members shall be persons of responsibility, integrity and high standing in the communities in which they reside, a member shall be admitted to membership only upon approval by the Executive Board, or upon approval by such Membership Committee. Membership is open to anyone who has an interest in motorcycles and or motorcycling, and pays dues.

excerpt from Our president "cass"

We all know the MC life is one of old school traditions and we approach this as a lifestyle from our heart and soul. Those who are now in the process of proving that should have that same mindset, have the same deepness of loyalty, and love of this life as we do. This is not an easy task. You must not only prove these things, but you must prove that we will be adding to our Brotherhood a Brother, not just a Member.

Probating: As we know it means that a man starts riding with, learning from, working and knowing all the full patched Members of the chapter. When a hang around crosses over to a Probate, it means there is a comfort level that has been reached, that good and easy interaction with all Club Members has been reached, and the time to deepen the relationship has come. The Probate patch, shows to his future Brothers, that he wants to earn the love, respect and fellowship of all and each brother of the Chapter. The Probate patch also shows all outlaws, bikers and citizens alike, that he is ready, and in the process of, learning the history of, the spirit of, the protocol of, the traditions of all those Brothers who came and sacrificed before him and for him. That he is developing the strong bond of Brotherhood that cannot be given to him, THAT MUST BE EARNED. The Probate period is a time when the Probate is mentored, observed, and shared with by the Patched Brothers. It is the time when the true feelings and motivation of the novice must be given the opportunity to reveal itself. Does he want a true and deep Brotherhood, or a patch that he believes that once on his back, will fill some gap in his character?

Honor: Honor is a word that is thrown about in the MC world so often; it may lose its meaning. However, as it pertains to our world, the process of EARNING the patch honors all of those that came before, and earned their patch as well. It honors their sacrifice, hard work, devotion and loyalty. It honors the value, the spirit, and depth of true Brotherhood. It honors every Brother in this club, every Probate has walked similar steps, made similar sacrifices, has done similar work, and now can know in certainty, that the Brother he has never met before has the same character strengths and love for the MC, as he. He will never have to worry ‘will I fit in’ or ‘do I belong here’, but have confidence that the shared experience of Probating makes him a Brother to not only his Club, but to the entire MC world.

Courage: Courage is not being fearless. We all have fear and when you're outnumbered in a bar by hostiles fear is going to be there. It is what you do with that fear that makes up courage. A Probate must have the clear acceptance and understanding that we are an MC, with the patch we wear; we will draw attention from friends, foes and the ignorant alike. The manner in which we handle ourselves gives us the right to wear our patches. Jealousy and envy can create enemies of perfect strangers who will not understand how we do what we do. A Probate has a period of time to decide if he has it or not, and whether or not he wants to be a part of the life we live 24/7. We mind our own business, and have the balls to tell fake ass people to fuck off and get out of our business every day. Many brothers have answered the call and stepped up to protect their brothers, their club and the patch even when it meant their own pain or even their life. Our Probates and future brothers have to develop the same level of courage and learn to exercise that courage with common sense.

Integrity: Men of good character only are capable of forming the bonds of true brotherhood. As a Probate, you are not only judged by your knowledge of your MC, your familiarity with protocols and general MC experience but also by your character. Do you bring honesty and integrity with you? Are you trustworthy? Will you be there for your Brothers? As a Brother of your MC you not only earn the patch, but the right to wear the patch. Your grasp of this concept will be utmost in the determination of your readiness to stand among those whom you will call ‘brother’.

Brotherhood: We all know a friend we would like to share this experience with. Maybe in civilian life he is our brother, a man that has been with us through good times and bad, and what was once a friendship has blossomed to a real brotherhood. And in our love and respect for our good friend, we would desire to share with him the experience of this MC life. But we must remember and adhere to the principles of MC life and Probating, for while he is certainly a brother to one, he must become a Brother to all. He must develop and learn the true spirit of deep and close Brotherhood to and for his Club and each Member in it, thereby he becomes the Brother of the entire MC. It is understandable that we would want to bestow the gift of Full Patched Membership to our dear friend, but in giving that unearned honor, we are taking away something this friend has but one chance in a lifetime to receive. We are taking away his opportunity to stand in front of his new Brothers, and know in certainty of all hearts present, that he is indeed, the Brother to all. We take away the swell of deep emotion, the feeling of love, respect, and inclusion that can only come when a man receives the Patch he has earned. We take away heartfelt conviction and confidence that no matter where his life’s journey takes him, he is a Brother to any Member in his MC he may find at his destination. Let’s not take away these well-earned rewards in our rush to share this life with our friend, but let him work and deserve them so he can share this life with his Brothers. And he can become the mentor, the teacher, and the one who shares his experience with the next man of good character whose life is steered to the path of Brotherhood.

To others that come now, they must Probate to us, to us ALL. While a Probate may have one who initiates their sponsorship, the Probate Member is just that, and to the entire Club, thereby earning his way into the MC. To those that come now with little or no MC life experience, let’s not cheapen theirs or ours by circumventing this time-honored process. Let’s allow them to walk the walk, and let’s walk it with them. Above all, let us remember this: We all become Brothers by choice, not by Blood. When you understand this, you will truly be a Brother in this MC.

 

 
 

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YOUR DONATIONS HELP US SPONSOR FAMILY'S AND SUPPORT OUR TROOPS

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News & Events


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EVENTS

Here you can find a list of upcoming events either Outcasts MC or COC&I region 3.

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NEWS & UPDATES

Latest news & club updates

 
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Daily Events

Here is a list of daily events, steak nights etc.

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BIKE NIGHTS

Here is a list of various places that have bike nights.

 

Monthly Events Calender

 

“Four wheels move the body 

Two wheels move the soul ”

 

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Confederation of Clubs & Independents

REGION 3

Chairman: Outcasts MC Cass

- GOALS -

 
 

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Confederation of Clubs Goals

 

  • Bring Motorcycle Enthusiast Together
  • Communication between clubs.
  • For more details on the process contact information liaison for COC&I Region
  • A Grass roots organization monitoring the judicial system to protect motorcycle enthusiast rights through the courts. "We the People"
 
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Fight Profiling, Harassment and Discrimination

 

  • Introduce anti-discrimination legislation, similar to the Unruh Act in California, in Confederation States that presently leave bikers unprotected; A.I.M. attorney to work with state motorcycle rights organization (MRO) on new laws.
  • Form delegation of patch holders and other affected bikers, that together with their local A.I.M. attorney, present police harassment grievances to the police chief and/or civic entity responsible.
  • Discriminatory establishments notified by the A.I.M. attorney that suit will be filed if they don't cease and desist.
 
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Proclamation of Intent

 

  • Working with local state MRO on legislative matters (ie. helmet issues, anti-biker discrimination, etc).
  • Working with the National Coalition of Motorcyclists on national and federal matters (ie. helmet issues, federal Gang Bill, etc).
  • Support Aid to Injured Motorcyclists (A.I.M.) by introducing the A.I.M. numbered card (special card only for patch holders) and program to the members and allowing A.I.M. to set up at events.

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THE BIG EVENTS

Every year we have three big events that raise money for our veterans, toys for the children, and helps sponsor families in need as well as raise money for many other causes through out the year:

aNNUAL rIDE FOR THE gi

This is by far our biggest event of the year, we raise a lot of money to help our soldiers with PTSD. If you don't know what PTSD is please take a moment to read about it. PTSD is a psychiatric disorder that can occur following the experience or witnessing of a life-threatening events such as military combat, natural disasters, terrorist incidents, serious accidents, or physical or sexual assault in adult or childhood. We hold this event every year at Time Out Tavern on the 3rd Saturday in September each year.

aNNUAL gOLF FOR THE GI

The Outcasts MC is always proud to put on the Ride for the GI every year, it's always our biggest event and we raise a lot of money to help our soldiers and all the men and women that have served our country. The Annual Golf Tournament is just one of the ways we raise money. It's really a great time and perfect event to get outdoors, hit some balls, and develop contacts and friendships either in the MC circle or business circle. We hold this event the Monday proceeding the Ride For The GI every year.

ANNIVERSARY PARTY

Although it's a party to celebrate our anniversary, we just can't help ourselves! We raise quite a bit of money at our party to help in various other places, such as the homeless, the in need families, and other worth while causes. We are a non profit and we put the money to good use, we avoid foundations that raise tons of money and then less than 5% actually makes it to the people in need. Our goal is to see 100% of the money go to the people in need. We hold our anniversary in February on the 3rd Saturday of the month.