Riding Clubs and Organizations in Minnesota
The following groups all operate in Minnesota to share the fun of riding, exchange of information and ideas, and join together in common goals for safe motorcycling.
92 Riders http://www.92riders.org/
, (507) 252-1659, The American Legion Riders, Wm. T. McCoy Post 92, is exclusively a social and recreational organization for members of the American Legion Family who share an interest in motorcycling and patriotic endeavors of the American Legion. We are also a military family motorcycle association, consisting of past and current vets and their families, that enjoy riding as a group.
ABATE of Minnesota http://www.abatemn.org/, 507-487-5000 or 800-224-6570, StateOffice@abatemn.org. American Bikers for Awareness, Training and Education is a not-for-profit motorcycle rights organization committed to educating motorcyclists and the general public about motorcycling.
Antique Motorcycle Club of America (AMCA) - Viking Chapter http://www.vikingmc.org/, is a local chapter of the AMCA, a non-profit organization founded in 1954. Join us at the State Fairgrounds the second weekend in June (Friday and Saturday) for our annual show featuring more than 150 cycles 35 years of age and older. Ownership of a motorcycle is not required to become a member.
Association of Independent Riders (AIR) http://www.associationofindependentriders.com/, 651-923-4181. AIR is a group of motorcycle enthusiasts in Southeast Minnesota who work to promote motorcycle rights, rides and fun.
Blue Knights http://blueknights.org/, firstname.lastname@example.org. Blue Knights is a non-profit organization of active and retired law enforcement men and women who enjoy riding motorcycles.
BMW Motorcycle Owners of America (BMWMOA) http://www.bmwmoa.org/, Karol Patzer, email@example.com, 612-534-RIDE. BMWMOA promotes the camaraderie and friendship of individual members and BMW motorcycle clubs.
Central Roadracing Association (CRA) http://www.cra-mn.com/, Minnesota's race club for 40 years. Come join us for fun, friends, and fast times at Brainerd International Raceway. Volunteers needed!
Christian Motorcyclists Association (CMA) www.cmancr3.org/mn. The Christian Motorcyclists Association is interdenominational and evangelistic in nature. Collectively, the states work together to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ throughout the United States. Each state is in one of 6 regions and works under the leadership of a State Coordinator who is assisted by Area Representatives. Chapters are spread throughout the state, and Chapter leadership works closely with State leadership to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ throughout the motorcycling community and around the world.
Chrome Divas http://www.chromedivas.com/, Lee, firstname.lastname@example.org. Chrome Divas is a ladies-only motorcycle group of riders and passengers and even some non-riding women, who love motorcycles and participating in charity functions.
Concours Owners Group (COG) http://www.concours.org/, Randy Schafer, 612-433-5605, email@example.com. COG promotes camaraderie and technical support for Kawasaki Concours owners.
Dry Riders http://dryridersmc.com/, men and women who are family-oriented and have formed a club to promote motorcycling without the use of alcohol or drugs while riding.
Flat Track Minnesota https://www.facebook.com/pages/Flattrackmncom/110262542650, Headquarters for flat track motorcycle/quad racing or dirt track racing; racing schools and family fun.
Harley Owners Group (HOG) http://www.hog.com/, 800-CLUBHOG (800-258-2464), for Harley riders to share their passion and show their pride.
Honda Riders Club of America (HRCA) http://hrca.honda.com/.
Kato Cycle Club http://www.katocycleclub.com/, 507-625-6505, AMA-chartered motocross club.
Lost 202 Motorcycle Riding Club www.lost202.com/home.html, The Lost 202 is a non-territorial motorcycle riding club based in the Minneapolis-St. Paul Metro area. We ride with any make or model of bike and welcome both men and women into our membership. Please visit our website for additional information.
Minnesota Gold Wing Road Riders Association (GWRRA) http://www.mngwrra.us, 800-843-9460. Friends for fun, safety and knowledge; the GWRRA is the world's largest social organization for owners and riders of Honda Gold Wing and Valkyrie motorcycles.
Minnesota Masonic Motorcycle Club International: http://www.mn-masons.org/masonic-family/motorcycle-club, firstname.lastname@example.org, (612) 719-1610, a chapter to bring together Master Masons whose common interests are motorcycle riding, promoting good fellowship and encouraging membership in the Fraternity.
Minnesota Motorcycle Safety Advisory Task Force http://www.motorcyclesafety.org/, a citizens' advisory group for the Minnesota Motorcycle Safety Program.
Minnesota Sportbike Riders (MNSBR) http://www.mnsbr.com/, internet forum that organizes group rides and events centered around sport bikes and club racing.
Minnesota Valkyrie Owners http://www.valkyrie-owners.com/, email@example.com.
Minnesota Voyagers Association www.usfamily.net/web/jsmattson/, firstname.lastname@example.org, a group consisting of all brands of motorcycles.
Minnesota Wings http://www.mnwings.com/, Individuals and their partners who enjoy owning and riding Gold Wings.
Minn-Max, Minnesota Maxiscooter Riders, http://www.maxiscooters.org/, a local group that shares news and information via Internet and organizes meet-ups to ride their highway-capable scooters together.
Moto Guzzi Owners http://minnesota.mgnoc.com/, John Ulrich, 651-686-6974,
email@example.com, sociable Guzzi people, great times, and Moto Guzzi information direct to you from Moto Guzzi enthusiasts world wide.
Motorcycle Dial-A-Ride, Inc. http://www.motorcycledialaride.org/, 888-DIAL RID(E) (888-342-5743), 952-473-5899. MDAR offers safe ride service for impaired motorcyclists from the last weekend in April through the last weekend in October. Hours of operation are 6 p.m. Friday through 12 a.m. Monday (midnight Sunday).
Motorcycle Sport Touring Association (MSTA) http://www.sporttouring.us/. MSTA brings together riders whose focus is motorcycle sport touring regardless of type or brand of motorcycle. Minnesota chapter http://www.mn-msta.com/.
Norsemen Motorcycle Club http://www.norsemenmc.org/, Bill Polum 763-434-4488 or firstname.lastname@example.org, promotes enduro, hare scrambles, motocross, and dirt track events in Minnesota, AMA District 23.
Minnesota Supermoto http://www.mnsumo.com A Minnesota forum based motorcycling group specializing in the coordination of supermoto events and supermoto street riding.
Motorcycle Riders Club of America http://www.motorcycleridersclubofamerica.com/, 800-209-8552, a nationwide affinity club representing all motorcycle types and riders, focusing on the riding experience and camaraderie.
Paul Bunyan Forest Riders MC http://www.paulbunyanforestriders.com/;Trails@PBFRiders.com; The Paul Bunyan Forest Riders MC, Inc. (PBFR MC) is a group of off road motorcycle enthusiasts with members from Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin.
Red Knights International Firefighters Motorcycle Club:
Chap. 5 Fergus Falls
The Red Knights share the common interest of motorcycling, promoting motorcycle safety, and the brotherhood of firefighting. They provide support to various non-profit charities across the United States and Canada.
Chap. 7 Twin Cities http://redknightsmn.com/
The Red Knights Twin Cities Chapter is a club for members of the fire service, and their families, who enjoy riding motorcycles. Membership is open to all firefighters; active, retired, volunteer, professional or industrial, who have access to a motorcycle and hold a valid motorcycle driver’s license.
Redwing IronWorks Motorcycle Club, http://ironworksmotorbikeclub.blogspot.com/. The Redwing Iron Works Motorcycle Club is a sport touring and sport bike riding club.
Road Guardians http://www.roadguardians.org/, (262) 706-3278, a partner program of Accident Scene Management. Road Guardians provides recognition and incentives to riders who are properly trained and licensed. We encourage motorcyclists to be “lifelong learners” by providing resources and opportunity as well.
Six Seasons Christian Riders http://www.sixseasons.org/, email@example.com, motorcycles, off-road vehicles, and snowmobiles.
Skilled Motorcyclists Association-Responsible, Trained, and Educated Riders, Inc. (SMARTER) http://www.smarter-usa.org/, an association for riders of all brands and types of motorcycles. SMARTER provides a voice for responsible, trained and educated motorcyclists who value research, education and skill training related to proficient motorcycle riding and risk-reduction measures.
Sons of Armageddon http://www.sonsofarmageddonmc.com/. The Sons of Armageddon MC exists to give the common biker the support to ride free and build a brotherhood of friends to share the MC biker experience.
Southern Cruisers Riding Club http://www.scrc-twincities.com/, a free, family-oriented club that uses the Web to communicate and focuses on the enjoyment and fellowship of riding motorcycles while doing so safely.
Star Touring And Riding (STAR)http://www.startouring.org/default.aspx, firstname.lastname@example.org. Now with four chapters in Minnesota, three are in the Twin Cities Area. This family-oriented group welcomes all brands of cruisers and touring motorcycles, especially the Yamaha Star line. Safe family riding at its best.
St. Croix Valley Riders (SCVR) http://www.scvr.org/, a not-for-profit motorcycle rights organization. Proceeds go to enhance motorcycle safety, awareness and education.
ST Owners Club (STOC) http://www.st-owners.com/, a dedicated Web site for the Honda ST1300 and ST1100 sport touring motorcycles. We offer advice, information, tech sessions, and group rides. All bikes are welcome.
Straight Arrow Enduro Riders http://www.straightarrows.org/, email@example.com. Promotes and supports off road motorcycle racing, ATV racing, and recreational riding.
Street Legal Motorcycle Club http://www.streetlegal.org/. Members include lawyers, judges, law school deans, law students, bailiffs, paralegals, legal secretaries, private investigators, court reporters and the like.
Twin Cities Trail Riders (TCTR) http://www.tctrailriders.org/, an OHM non-competition trail riding club. TCTR helps attract new riders to the sport or people just starting out who are looking for someone to ride with. TCTR is a recreational club that supports responsible riding for fun, which in turn helps get us organized to do our part in making sure that we will all have trails to ride on.
Twin Cities Motorcycle Club (TCMC) http://www.twincitiesmotorcycleclub.com/, for riders in the Minneapolis and St. Paul area and western Wisconsin. Anyone interested in going on group rides or attending motorcycle-related events is welcome. It doesn't matter if you're a rookie or have been riding for decades, all are treated equally here.
Women on Wheels (WOW) http://www.womenonwheels.org/, contact: 800-322-1969, to unite all women motorcycle enthusiasts, whether they ride their own machine, are motorcycle passengers or enthusiasts, or future motorcyclists.
If you would like your club included on this list or have updated contact information, please contact 651-201-7075 or firstname.lastname@example.org.