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Please be aware that you have a 30 day free trial, then must either pay your dues, or contact an officer. Thanks

The Tampa Bay Knights Motorcycle Riding Club is a Social riding club, we are not an MC and we do not fly colors or wear rockers!

A.) We are a social riding club & not a motorcycle club and have no intention of ever trying to become a motorcycle club.

B.) The shirts and Patchs are bought & not earned.

C.) We collect $30 Dues yearly. We also ask that you participate in at least one event every 90 days.

D.) All makes and models of motorcycle are welcomed. Members must be a rider on a street legal motorcycle of 750cc or more (sorry, no scooters).

E.) We are a non-territorial club.

F.) We are a neutral club and do not wear any MC support patches.

G.) Women riders are welcomed and can be club officers.

The Tampa Bay Knights Motorcycle Riding Club is a family oriented motorcycle riding social club that uses the Web to communicate and focuses on the enjoyment and fellowship of riding motorcycles while doing so safely. The Tampa Bay Knights Motorcycle Riding Club is a social club for motorcycle enthusiasts. We are brought together by our addiction to having good times with friends new and old, and our love for going out and cruising around for no other reason than to enjoy the road laid before us. Oh, and of course we enjoy a good party or two!!!

The primary purpose of the club is to organize rides and events.
Spread it around to your friends. No elitists here and no hotdogs. It's about making new friends in the best common interest community there is... bikers.

Always ride safe! Don't give the club a bad name.

The Tampa Bay Knights Motorcycle Riding Club are involved with charity fund raising rides, local and long distance rides, overnighters and club dinner rides, and of course the unknown rides which may lead us anywhere. We also promote motorcycle and public safety rules, and under NO CIRCUMSTANCES will we be involved in any illegal activities.

Here is a link to a video on group riding signals.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OSZ-vUK_77k&feature=related

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