IN MEMORY

350 Pete, Tommy, Dick D., Denny, HB, Sebago Dick, Chester, Ray, Rags, Skip, Conway Ron, Phil Jaques, Timmy, PT, Barney, Slow John, Bob(74-75), Pappy, Randy, Apple, Zonk, and others that passed living the life they loved.

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The Mountain Men Motorcycle Club was founded in northern Vermont in 1973 by a group of independent thinking bikers who came together with several common interests: riding motorcycles, outdoor sportsmanship, and brotherhood. They lived the 1% life style, and died honorable men.

These ideals live on in the current brotherhood, with active members in Maine, New Hampshire and California. Our prospective members work hard to achieve their goal of becoming a full patch member of the Mountain Men.

What we do: We are true brotherhood first and foremost. There are hundreds of motorcycle clubs across the United States, but very few can claim true brotherhood. Our core principles are brotherhood and riding motorcycles. We do not judge a man on his social status, income level, how he earns his living or on his past. We look at the man himself and what he has to offer. We support each other in times of need, and once a man joins us, he is family. The club and its chapters host rides, old fashion biker parties, and participate in local fundraisers that are important to us. While we are not a charity organization, we frequently host or participate in events to help those in need in our local areas. We regularly participate in state/region specific motorcyclist rights organizations (MRO’s), local toy runs to benefit children of the region, and various charitable events. With all this said, to all outsiders – do not mistake our kindness for weakness. The Mountain Men M/C has stood tall for over 40 years, and we expect to be around for many, many more.

We don’t discuss how to join on social media, however here are some basics: be male, be 21 or older, own and ride an American made motorcycle. We will discuss other requirements with persons that need to know, face to face.

Interested in finding out more? Approach us in person, or reach out to us via the contact page. Generally we do not recruit, you need to approach us.

Please see our 'contact' page for current and prospective chapters.

350 Pete, founder of the MMMC

Circa 1979