A Brief History of the Outcast Motorcycle Club
The Outcast Motorcycle Club was established on the ninth of November in the year of our Lord, nineteen hundred and sixty nine in Detroit, Michigan on Woodrow Wilson Boulevard. Four black men decided to form what would be the first and perhaps the last Motorcycle Club of its kind. From its inception the Outcast Motorcycle Club was and will forever remain an all Black male Motorcycle Club. This Motorcycle Club was founded by strong black men who actively participated and served their communities during the riots that had taken place during the Civil Rights Movement. Like many other historically black organizations, our founding members realized the importance for men of African dissent to be able to stand together and unite as one. For this we take great pride and we offer no apologies.
Today the Outcast Motorcycle Club consists of members from all walks of life, religions, Masonic and Fraternal Orders. This club boasts active members that have proudly served their country through military service from the Viet Nam war era to the present day war on Terror, and our history does not stop there. The Outcast Motorcycle Club has many active members that are Masons of the highest Degrees and Orders. This club also prides itself on its deep connection to the African American College Fraternity base with members from Kappa Alpha Psi, Omega Psi Phi, Phi Beta Sigma, Alpha Phi Alpha and Alphi Phi Omega. Our diversity is our strength!
Outcast Motorcycle Club Mission Statement
Our mission is to uplift and preserve the vast world of Black Biking Brotherhood in traditional Motorcycle Clubs. Black Pride, Black Honor, Black Love and Black Strength are the cornerstones for which the Outcast Motorcycle Club was founded. We ride with Pride and we ride for Piece! We are of African dissent and we take great pride in our heritage.
We represent true Black Pride from the shades of our skin to the colors of our motorcycles and we accept nothing less into our Brotherhood. We seek and have peace with those who desire it with us yet we will not cower in the face of adversity. To live, love, ride and breathe as an Outcast is truly an honor. As Outcast we are taught to carry on when our fallen Brothers are dead and gone. We have sworn to live, love, cherish and protect the creed, code and Brotherhood of this all Black nation known as the Outcast Nation and we will do this with the very last drop of Outcast blood that remains in our bodies.
Outcast Forever, Forever Outcast.
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