25 Famous Motorcycle Clubs In Georgia

I have covered for you famous motorcycle clubs now from several states, including Florida, California, Texas, Indiana, Michigan, Virginia, and Tennessee. It’s time for Famous MCs from Georgia now!

So here we go, ladies and gentlemen. Here are Famous Motorcycle Clubs In Georgia.
Note that this is a growing list, and I welcome submissions.

If you know a Motorcycle Club that I missed, please send.

Outlaws Motorcycle Club

Outlaws MC Logo
Outlaws MC Patch
  • Founded:  In 1935 in McCook, Illinois.
  • About: It is incorporated as the American Outlaws Association or its acronym, AOA. It is a prime example of an outlaw motorcycle club in the world and a violent motorcycle gang. 

The Outlaws rival the Hells Angels. It also manages and maintains several support clubs, including the Black Pistons.

Membership is limited to men who ride Harley-Davidsons or other USA-made cruiser motorcycles with engines of 1000cc or more. Women are not allowed.

If you want to be a member of the Outlaws MC, you have to do it face-to-face and not online.

It is a 1% motorcycle club, becoming one in 1963. This is one of the most famous outlaw motorcycle gangs and has been involved in violent crimes.

Outlaws MC has a strong presence in Georgia with eight chapters. They are located in Atlanta, Buford, Brunswick, East Atlanta, Macon, North Atlanta, Savannah, and Dalton.

Outlaws Atlanta

Warlocks Motorcycle Club (Florida)


  • Founded:  In 1967 in Florida.
  • About: ​​ The Warlocks Motorcycle Club (or the Firebird Warlocks or Florida Warlocks) was founded by ex-US naval servicemen. They met while serving on the aircraft carrier USS Shangri-La. 

Warlocks Mc has chapters in various parts of the United States, Canada, England, and Germany. The Mother Chapter is located in Orlando, Florida.

Note: This Warlocks MC is different from Warlocks Motorcycle Club of Pennsylvania (also known as Harpy Warlocks or Philly Warlocks).

It is a 1% motorcycle club. 

Warlocks MC has three chapters in Georgia

Sin City Deciples Motorcycle Club

  • Founded:  In Gary, Indiana, in 1966.
  • About: It is also known as Sin City Nation. It is a mixed race one-percenter outlaw motorcycle gang. The club is one of the most well-known and oldest black outlaw motorcycle clubs in the United States. It also has many support clubs across the US.

All members of the club must own and ride Harley-Davidson motorcycles. 

It is a 1% motorcycle club. Law enforcement officers regard it as a criminal association. 

Sin City Deciples MC has a chapter in Georgia, in Lithonia.

Black Sabbath Motorcycle Club

  • Founded: In 1974 in San Diego, California.
  • About: The Black Sabbath Motorcycle Club is a profit organization comprising law-abiding citizens who love to ride. 

BSMC was started by African Americans, and its membership is primarily African American (90%). So, it is considered part of the “Black Biker Set” by biker clubs across America. However, it welcomes all bikers irrespective of race, creed, color, or religion. 

The Black Sabbath San Diego MC Clubhouse is the longest-standing clubhouse in San Diego. It has been 40+ years and is still going strong.  

It is not a 1 percenter Motorcycle Club. 

Black Sabbath MC has two active chapters in Georgia. They are in Atlanta and Macon.

Black Sabbath MC Atlanta, Georgia

Iron Order Motorcycle Club

  • Founded:  On July 4, 2004, in Jeffersonville, IN. 
  • About: Iron Order MC was founded by eight men – Bad Dog, Big Rick, Chief, Copper, Doc, Ice, Izod, and Professor. They were seeking a Brotherhood that only a Motorcycle Club can provide. 

The members of the IOMC are individuals from diverse backgrounds, including active and retired military and law enforcement personnel. It is one of the largest and fastest-growing motorcycle clubs in the world. The IOMC has chapters in nearly every US state and 11 countries around the world.

The Iron Order Motorcycle Club’s goal is to be like the motorcycle clubs of the 1950s and 1960s, which were “non-conformists.” The MC is involved with many charities, mainly at the local level within each charter’s region.

IOMC states that it is not a criminal organization, and they do not claim to be 1 %ers. However, the Department of Justice and multiple law enforcement agencies recognize the IOMC as an outlaw motorcycle gang.

Iron Order MC has ten chapters in Georgia. They are in the counties of Bartow, Cobb, Coweta, Crisp, DeKalb, Lowndes, Paulding, Pickens, Richmond, and Wayne.

Iron Horsemen Motorcycle Club

Iron Horse MC Patch
Iron Horse MC Patch
  • Founded:  In 1967 in Cincinnati, Ohio.
  • About: Iron Horsemen MC is an American outlaw motorcycle club that was founded in 1967.

Its members are known to be involved in criminal activities such as assault and drug trafficking. On May 19, 2009, 15 Iron Horsemen, including a State President, were convicted of drug trafficking at the District Court in Portland, Maine.

Motorcycle clubs they have come into conflict with include the Detroit Highwaymen and the Iron Order. 

It is a 1% motorcycle club. 

The MC is believed to have chapters in Georgia. But their exact location has yet to be discovered.

Boozefighters MC

Booze Fighters MC Patch
Booze Fighters MC Patch
  • Founded: In 1946 in California.
  • Summary: The Boozefighters are known as the “Original Wild Ones.” Founded by “Wino” Willie Forkner, it was officially formed at the All-American Bar in Los Angeles.

The Boozefighters Motorcycle Club (BFMC) began as an outlaw motorcycle club after the end of World War Two. “Outlaw” here means it was not sanctioned nor chartered by the AMA.

It has a rich history and is one of the oldest existing MCs in the world. The Boozefighters are one of the classic clubs that are well known for their involvement in the Hollister Riot in 1947. 

The headquarters of the motorcycle club is now in Fort Worth, Texas.

Local officials and local police consider it a 1% motorcycle club. But the club has never identified itself as a “one percenter” MC. 

Here are details of its chapter (No. 103) in Georgia.

  • Contact information:

Outcast MC

Outcast MC Patch
Outcast MC Patch (Copyrighted and Trademarked by Outcast MC)
  • Founded: In 1969 in Detroit, Michigan.
  • Summary: Outcast MC is a black one-percenter motorcycle club. It is one of the oldest black outlaw MCs in the US. 

It was founded by Sonny Day, Angel Herb, and other members. During the time it was founded, most MCs did not accept black members. Hence, the name “outcast” MC. The members wear all-black clothing and ride all-black motorcycles.

Today, it has many chapters across 30 states of the United States. The mother chapter is located in Detroit, Michigan. Outcast MC is rivals with clubs such as Chosen Few MC.

It is a 1% motorcycle club.

Note: Outcast MC is not related to Outcasts MC of Texas, which is not an outlaw mc.

In Georgia, Outcast MC is active in Atlanta and other places.

Contact information:

Soulful Riders Motorcycle Club

  • Founded:  In the late 1970s in Georgia.
  • About: ​​ Soulful Riders MC is the oldest existing black motorcycle club in Savannah, GA. It is a nonprofit organization bringing brothers that ride together. 

 Isaac “Chico” Griffin is the Founder and National Commander of the Soulful Riders Motorcycle Club. Members of the Soulful Riders MC ride black Harleys.

It is not a 1% motorcycle club. 

Afro Dogs Motorcycle Club

  • Founded:  In 1971 in Detroit, Michigan.
  • About: The founders of Afro Dogs MC were a group of men who were dedicated to making a difference in their community. They founded the organization following a difficult time in history, after the civil rights movement. This was when African Americans were making great strides in academia, politics, and business. 

The Afro Dogs seek to promote a positive image of the motorcycle community and influence the youth. Their motto is “One child reached is one less for the streets.”

Afro Dogs MC has chapters in many states other than Michigan. They include Ohio, Virginia, New York, and Pennsylvania.

It is not a 1% motorcycle club. 

Phantom Outlaw Motorcycle Club

Phantom Outlaw Motorcycle Club Patch
Phantom Outlaw Motorcycle Club Patch
  • Founded:  In 1969 in Chicago, Illinois.
  • About: ​Phantom Outlaw MC is a black outlaw motorcycle club. While it was founded in Chicago, Illinois, its mother chapter is now based in northwest Detroit. They are also known as just “Phantom MC.”

The club members have strong ties to the Vice Lords street gang. Many Phantom Outlaw MC members are often members of both organizations. 

In March 2015, a federal jury in Detroit convicted six leaders and members of the Phantom Outlaw Motorcycle Club. Their crimes included conspiracy to commit murder and other violent racketeering-related offenses. 

Many of them were also leaders and members of the Vice Lords street gang. One of them was Antonio Johnson, aka “Mister Tony,” “MT,” and “Big Bro,” 40 of Detroit. He was the National President of the Phantoms and the “Three-Star General” over the Vice Lords in Michigan.

Unlike many other outlaw MCs, Phantom MC also accepts members who ride motorcycles of different makes. They include Asian sports bikes.

  • Note: There is also a club named Phantoms MC, which is also a 1 %er club. But it is different from this one.

It is a 1% motorcycle club. 

Phantom Outlaw MC has chapters in many states, including Arizona, Georgia, and Ohio. 

Hell’s Lovers Motorcycle Club

  • Founded:  In 1967 in Chicago, Illinois.
  • About: ​​ Hell’s Lovers MC is a multi-ethnic motorcycle club where bikers of any race can join. It was one of the first integrated biker clubs in Chicago. 

Hell’s Lovers MC was founded by a Mexican-American man named Frank “Claim-Jumper” Rios. He founded it after he was denied membership in another motorcycle club. 

The club’s motto is, “Death is my sidekick and the highway is my home.” The club’s patch has a “0%” diamond instead of the traditional “1%” to signify being 0% nice. 

Its rivals include the Outlaws Motorcycle Club and Phantom Outlaw MC. It has chapters in many states, including Maryland, Wisconsin, Texas, and Georgia.

It is a 1% motorcycle club. 

Dirty Ones MC

  • Founded:  In the 1960s in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York.
  • About: ​​The Dirty Ones MC was founded in the 1960s in the form of a street gang. They are believed to have transitioned into a motorcycle club using a Grim Reaper patch from around 1974. 

A man named “Che” was the Founding President of the club. The name of the “Dirty Ones” was given to them by the Satan Souls. 

Dirty Ones MC has chapters in New York, Connecticut, Florida, and Georgia.

It is a 1% motorcycle club. 

Born Losers Motorcycle Club

Born Losers MC Georgia
Born Losers MC Georgia
  • Founded:  In 1959 in Atlanta, Georgia.
  • About: Born Losers has the distinction of being the oldest Black Motorcycle Club in Atlanta, Georgia. It is also one of the oldest in the Southeast that’s still in existence.

​​ Born Losers MC took its name from a movie bearing the same name that several of the founding members had attended. A member, Al Kilgore, formally made the recommendation that the name be adopted. 

Since its inception, Born Losers MC has strived to lead the community by example and not influence. The MC’s doors are always open to any club or entity that may need a place to fellowship, fundraise, or seek direction and counsel. 

Their mission statement is “Good people creating a fantastic motorcycle experience in an environment of Brotherhood and Sisterhood.” 

Born Losers MC currently has four chapters. They are in Atlanta, Chicago, Birmingham, and New Orleans.

It is not a 1% motorcycle club. 

Flaming Knights MC

  • Founded:  On April 27, 1968, in New Haven, Connecticut.
  • About: ​​ Flaming Knights MC was founded by Leroy Bolden, aka King Dragon. It is not a 1 %er or an outlaw motorcycle club, but the MC has a traditional patch.

Flaming Knights Motorcycle Club was founded to create a feeling of comradeship and to promote love for the art of motorcycling and the wandering lust for the open road. 

Since the beginning, Flaming Knights has been a traveling club. The club welcomes all bikers and does not discriminate based on color, gender, or brand of bike. Its mission is to become the largest traveling motorcycle club in the world. 

The MC is popular today in many states. But its founder had a tragic end. He died in prison after being convicted of drug trafficking.

It is not a 1% motorcycle club. 

Flaming Knights MC has three chapters in Georgia. They are in Atlanta, Macon, and College Park.

Warthogs Motorcycle Club

  • Founded: On May 8, 2001, in Detroit, Michigan. 
  • About: ​​ The Warthogs Motorcycle Club was established after the founding members exited the Wild Pigs Motorcycle Club. They were active and retired law enforcement officers.

Membership in the Warthogs M/C consists of active and retired police officers, firefighters, EMTs, and court officers. The MC’s primary goals are to develop a bond between public safety officers with similar interests. 

They also assist other public safety officers during their time of need. They also help the orphans and widows of those who lost their lives in the line of duty. 

In support of American-made motorcycles, the MC requires its members to drive a V-twin motorcycle manufactured by a North American-Owned Company.

It is not a 1% motorcycle club.

Warthogs MC has three chapters in Georgia. They are located in Atlanta, Stone Mountain, and Carrollton. 

Warthogs MC, Atlanta

Warthogs MC, Carrollton

Latin American Motorcycle Association (LAMA.)

Latin American Motorcycle Association (LAMA.) Patch
Latin American Motorcycle Association (LAMA.) Patch
  • Founded:  In 1977 in Chicago, Illinois.
  • About: The Latin American Motorcycle Association (LAMA) was founded in the notorious Humboldt Park neighborhood of Chicago. 

From its inception, LAMA was intended as a Moto-Touring club with truly democratic ideas. It became a national association when the first national president was elected in 1996. 

Then, in 1999, LAMA became an international association with chapters outside of the US. Today, it has chapters in Uruguay, Venezuela, Argentina, Australia, and more. 

The club accepts all working people regardless of nationality, race, color, religion, social class, gender, age, or brand of motorcycle. 

LAMA is one of the most respected clubs in the world. It is also recognized as one of the most active long-distance riding clubs in the world.

It is not a 1% motorcycle club. 

 Veterans of Foreign Wars Motorcycle Riders Group

  • Founded:  Around 1899.
  • About: Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Motorcycle Riders Group is a nonprofit veterans service organization. It is comprised of eligible veterans and military service members from the active, guard, and reserve forces.

VFW started when veterans of the Spanish-American War (1898) and the Philippine Insurrection (1899-1902) founded local organizations to secure rights and benefits for their Service. 

Many soldiers had arrived home wounded or sick. But there was no medical care or veterans’ pension for them, and they were left to care for themselves. So, some of these veterans banded together and formed organizations. 

These organizations eventually banded together and became known as the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States. Today, there are more than 1.5 million members of the VFW and its Auxiliary.

VFW has worked to establish the Veterans Administration and develop the national cemetery system. It has also fought for compensation for Vietnam vets exposed to Agent Orange and for veterans diagnosed with Gulf War Syndrome, among other achievements. 

VFW has many programs and services that work to support veterans, service members, and their families, as well as communities worldwide. 

It is not a 1% motorcycle club. 

US Veterans MC

U.S Veterans MC Patch
U.S Veterans MC Patch
  • Founded:  In March 2007.
  • About: ​​ The USVMC is a motorcycle club comprised of veterans from all branches of Service. It was incorporated as a nonprofit organization in 2008. 

The MC’s aim is to support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic. It also aims to support veterans and veteran causes.

And to improve and enhance the image of veterans and bikers to the general public.

It is a traditional MC and requires a very high level of commitment from its members.

It is not a 1% motorcycle club. 

Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club

Buffalo Soliders MC Patch
Buffalo Soliders MC Patch
  • Founded: In 1993 in Chicago.
  • About: It is the world’s largest African American motorcycle club. The club is named for the historic African-American United States Army regiments known as Buffalo Soldiers. It is also known as the National Association Of Buffalo Soldiers & Troopers Motorcycle Club (NABSTMC). 
  • It is a community-focused organization and includes African-Americans who are mostly in military Service (active duty and retired).

To join the MC, you must be 21 years of age or older. And be willing to participate in the community and outreach activities in which the MC is involved.

Full-patched members must have a motorcycle endorsement. And must ride a licensed motorcycle that must have a displacement of 750 cc or higher. Associate members do not need to meet the endorsement or motorcycle requirements.

This is not a 1% motorcycle club.

Contact information for Georgia:

Red Knights International Firefighters Motorcycle Club

Red Knights Motorcycle Club
  • Founded: In 1982.
  • About: Red Knights MC is a club for members of the fire service and their families who enjoy riding motorcycles. The club has over 300 chapters in the US and other countries. 

Membership is open to ALL firefighters & EMS, active or retired, volunteer or industrial. Spouses, members, children, and partners are also welcome as Social Members.

This is not a 1% motorcycle club.

Red Knights MC has 16 chapters in Georgia. You can find them in Lawrenceville, Forsyth, Columbus, Gooseneck, Douglas, and more.

Red Knights MC GA15 (Savannah)

Red Knights MC GA20 (Brunswick)

Red Knights MC GA25 (Saint Marys)

Red Knights MC GA28 (Ochlocknee)

Armed Forces Motorcycle Club

  • Founded:  In the late 1980s.
  • About: ​​ Armed Forces Motorcycle Club is an established and honorable traditional “3 Piece Patch” motorcycle club. It is the second oldest military veterans motorcycle club in the United States of America. The MC is comprised of 100% honorable military veterans.

Members include those who are currently serving or have served in all branches of the US armed forces. The MC promotes and supports active duty and veterans’ issues with great zeal.

It is not a 1% motorcycle club. 

Armed Forces MC has two chapters in Georgia. They are the Canton chapter and the Kingsland chapter (South Georgia).

Armed Forces of America MC South Georgia

Blue Knights LEMC

Blue Knights MC Patch
  • Founded: In 1974 in Maine.
  • About:    In the Spring of 1974, several law enforcement officers from the Bangor, Maine (USA) area met and formed a small, local motorcycle club. This club became the Blue Knights MC. 

The Blue Knights International Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club, Inc. is a nonprofit fraternal organization. It consists of active and retired law enforcement officers who enjoy riding motorcycles. 

Today, the Blue Knights LEMC has approximately 650 chapters and 19,500+ members in 11 Conferences within 29 countries.

It is not a 1% motorcycle club. 

Blue Knights LEMC has twenty chapters in Georgia. Here are some of their details.

Blue Knights GA Chapter IV

Blue Knights GA Chapter VI

Blue Knights GA Chapter VII

Blue Knights GA Chapter XI

Blue Knights GA chapter XIX

Atlanta Motorcycle Club

  • Founded:  In 1948 in Georgia.
  • About: ​​ Atlanta Motorcycle Club is a racing club. It actively supports amateur motorcycle sports. 

AMC Club Meetings are held at 6 pm on the first Wednesday of every month. AMC holds AHRMA National and Regional Vintage off-road races.

It is not a 1% motorcycle club. 

Gunfighters Motorcycle Club 

Gunfights MC Patch
Gunfights MC Patch
  • Founded: On December 10, 2005.
  • About: The Gunfighters MC is an organization consisting of active and retired law enforcement officers who share a passion for riding motorcycles. 

It is a male-only, national, and International law enforcement motorcycle club. Some club members are former members of the Wild Pigs MC, Celtic Law MC, Blue Knights, and other clubs.

It is not a 1% motorcycle club.

Gunfighters MC has two chapters in Georgia. They are in Dixie (founded on March 23, 2022) and Terminus (founded on July 28, 2018).

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Mike, the motorcycle enthusiast behind SuperBike Newbie, fell in love with superbikes during his college years. He owns a diverse range of motorcycles and offers valuable insights into motorcycling advice, maintenance, safety gear, and laws. Despite two decades of riding experience, he continues to learn and shares his knowledge on his website. Mike also has a keen interest in motorcycle club culture. While not a club member, he aspires to be one someday.

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