Take heed, brothers and sisters, for our Code is a hallowed one filled with respect, honor,
and loyalty, a bond between our brothers and sisters, the likes of which have not been
since the days of knighthood:
Don't take any disrespect, be kind to elderly people, women, children and animals, but
don't put up with any disrespect.
This is an essential part of being a biker. It has to do with personal honor. Anyone can be
a quick-tempered fool... be cool, stand tall and backup what you say with action.
Never cheat, lie, or steal. Another way of saying this is to always be honest with your
brothers and sisters.
Bikers know his or her word is their bond. Your word is all you have in life that is truly
yours. Guard it carefully and be something noble, for you are a member of a family that
will stand shoulder to shoulder with you through all hardships and struggles.
Snitches are the lowest life forms on earth, right up there with bike thieves.
Don't snitch, unless it involves someone harming a child, and then only if you can’t
handle it yourself. Otherwise if you see a wrong, fight it yourself, if you are about
anything you'll take care of problems yourself, and never feel the need to snitch someone
Don't Whine. Absolutely no one likes or respects a whiner, and no one cares to hear it.
Another way to say this is “take chargeand get on with life”. Still another way to think of
it is, "Don't sweat the small stuff" most of life's little inconveniences work themselves out
whether you whine or not. Keep your chin up, dammit! You're a biker, not some lowly
Never say die and never give up. Whether it's in a fight, a debate, or a curve too tight, no
matter how bad it gets, a biker never shows weakness and a biker never gives up.
Help others. When a brother or sister is broken down by the side of the road, always stop
and help them. Even moral support, if that is all you can give, is better than riding on by.
And never ride off and leave anyone you rode out with, if they break down you pull over
and wait, come hell or high water. Bikers do not abandon a brother or sister.
Remember life is about the journey, the ride, not getting there. You already are there.
And don't just help bikers; show the world that we are better than our image portrays us.
Courtesy costs you nothing and
it brings honour and respect to the biker family.
Stick to your guns. Do what you say you'll do, be there when you say you will. This is