We do not intend to speak for or represent any Masonic body. We simply want to
share our passion for riding with all other Masons who ride, and have some fun
while we do it.


We are not a 1% club. We are just a social riding club, which happens to have set
one of its membership requirements to include being a Master Mason in good
standing. Our name comes from certain aspects of our Fraternity, it is not
intended to install fear or appear threatening in any way.


We are not territorial and do not condone illegal activities by our members. All
we ask is that our members act in a way that will reflect well on our Association, our
Fraternity and motorcycling in general.


Our club badge is the square and compasses, which some of our members wear (as we are entitled to do as Masons) to denote our personal fraternal affiliation. This is not a part of our ‘colours’; it is simply a common custom among members of our Fraternity to wear this symbol.


We strive to be friends and on good terms with ALL other clubs and riders we share
the road with. We realize that wearing a badge is a serious matter and wear them
appropriately. We understand there are clubs that have been around for many
years and we respect that Totally! We realize we are able to enjoy many of our riding freedoms thanks to the many clubs and riders that have been ‘in the wind’ before us. Our badge allows other clubs to know who we are and where we are from. We wear the name of our Chapter simply to identify where we are from not to claim any territory.


In an effort to make sure all clubs understand our purpose we have contacted the
NCOM and the COC to make them aware of our existence and our purpose. We ask all our members to wear their badge proudly and to always show respect for all other clubs and riders. We do not take sides or involve ourselves when it comes to
other clubs politics. We do not claim ‘turf’ or territory.


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