Got a Motorcycle Club? Tell the world!..

Stepping away from bike news today to highlight Ride The Wild Wind's new clubs section which is online now.  Our first featured club is Frozen Bones based in Dromore. Co.Down, Northern Ireland.

Frozen Bones MCC was formed by a group of friends in
January 2009. It's now in the process of recruiting members, building
the club website and establishing itself as a well organised, friendly
club in the local and wider area of Dromore.

Bike clubs are vital to the health of motorcycling as a sport, hobby, or obbession.  They are an essential resource for learning about both riding and maintaining your ride from other bikers.

But most of all clubs offer a great time through ride outs, meets, tours which can end up crossing several countries, and charity events which raise tens of thousands for worthy causes all year round.  Frozen Bones is a great example of a well run club ensuring everything is done professionally, but still focused on the fun and friendship that's an integral part of being in the biking community.

You can find out more about Frozen bones on their website http://www.frozenbonesmcc.com/

If you have a Northern Ireland based Motorcycle Club email us your details and we'll get you listed on Ride The Wild Wind (and for those who have asked it is free)

We have had requests from a number of other UK clubs to open up RTWW beyond Northern Ireland, to cover England, Scotland, and Wales as well.  This is certainly something we may do and would like to hear from other clubs/bikers who'd like a wider coverage on the site.  Again email us or get in touch via Twitter http://twitter.com/Bikers_RTWW

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