Top 25 Motorcycle Clubs In Pennsylvania

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1. Warlocks Motorcycle Club

Warlocks MC
Warlocks MC

Founded:  In 1965 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

About: ​​ The Warlocks Motorcycle Club of Pennsylvania is the only surviving 1% club originally established in Pennsylvania. It is also known as the Harpy Warlocks or Philly Warlocks.

The club is most prominent in and has significant territory in the Delaware Valley, including Philadelphia, Delaware County, South Jersey, and Wilmington. Now the MC has chapters all throughout Pennsylvania, South Jersey, Florida, and Delaware, as well as Ohio. 

Warlocks MC has been associated with crimes such as assault, drug trafficking, extortion, money laundering, murder, and arms dealing. It is rivals with the Outlaws, Hells Angels, Pagans, and The Breed. It has always been a “whites-only” outlaw motorcycle club.

Note: There is also another Warlocks MC in Florida. But it is different from the one in Pennsylvania. They are not related. 

It is a 1% motorcycle club. 

2. Outlaws Motorcycle Club

Outlaws MC Patch

Founded:  In 1935 in McCook, Illinois.

About: Outlaws MC is one of the largest outlaw motorcycle clubs in the world and the historic arch-rival of the Hells Angels. It is one of the Big 4 one percenter motorcycle clubs, along with the Hells Angels MC, Bandidos MC, and Pagans MC.

It is incorporated as the American Outlaws Association or its acronym, A.O.A. 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.

Membership in the Outlaws is limited to men. They must 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.

Contact information:

In Pennsylvania, the Outlaws have 10 chapters. They are located in Central PA, Erie, Farrell, Johnstown, New Castle, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Scranton, West Penn, and Wilkes-Barre.

Outlaws MC Farrell

Outlaws MC Erie

3. Pagan’s Motorcycle Club 

Pagan's MC Patch
Pagan’s MC Patch

Founded: In 1957 in Prince George’s County, Maryland.

Summary: Pagan’s Motorcycle Club, or simply the Pagans, was formed by Lou Dobkin.

But it didn’t become a criminal organization until John “Satan” Marron took control in the late 60s and 70s. 

Today, Pagan’s MC is considered to be one of America’s Big Four outlaw motorcycle clubs. It is one of the most violent and secretive M.C.s.

Unlike most other outlaw motorcycle clubs, the Pagans MC explicitly incorporate violence into their culture.

It is a 1% motorcycle club.

While it is difficult to find the exact cities or towns where the Pagans have chapters, they are active in Pennsylvania.

4. Sons of Satan Motorcycle Club

Sons of Satan MC

Founded:  In 1949 and incorporated in 1954 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

About: Sons of Satan Motorcycle Club is known locally as The Sons. It is an outlaw motorcycle club and support club for the Pagan’s Motorcycle Club. 

Sons of Satan was started by returning World War II veterans. The club initially started as a fairly friendly, family-oriented club. But during the 1960s, it shifted towards becoming a violent outlaw motorcycle gang. This was under the leadership of John ‘Satan’ Marron. Marron later became the National President of the Pagan’s Motorcycle Club.

Sons members wear a diamond-shaped patch with the letter “P” instead of the traditional “1%” diamond patch. This is to signify their allegiance to the Pagans.

It is a 1% motorcycle club. 

5. Sin City Deciples Motorcycle Club

Sin City Deciples Motorcycle Club Patch
Sin City Deciples Motorcycle Club Patch

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 U.S.

All members of the club must own and ride Harley-Davidson motorcycles. The MC has chapters in 20 states, including Pennsylvania.

It is a 1% motorcycle club. 

6. Wheels of Soul Motorcycle Club

Wheels of Soul MC
Wheels of Soul MC

Founded:  In 1967 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

About: Wheels of Soul was started by an unidentified man known as “Coffee.” It is a multiracial, one-percenter outlaw motorcycle club. Although they are active nationwide in the United States, they are primarily based out of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

The MC has chapters in at least 25 states across the U.S. It says it is the country’s largest mixed-race outlaw motorcycle club.

The Wheels of Soul Motorcycle Club have been deemed a violent gang by federal officials. The club members are believed to have been involved in crimes such as robberies, drug peddling, murder, kidnapping, and extortion. 

Enemies of the Wheels of Soul include the Outcast Motorcycle Club, Sin City Titans, Hells Lovers Motorcycle Club, and the Street Soldiers.

It is a 1% motorcycle club. 

7. Iron Horsemen Motorcycle Club

Iron Horse MC
Iron Horse MC

Founded:  In 1967 in Cincinnati, Ohio.

About: Iron Horsemen MC is an American outlaw motorcycle club. Like many other outlaw M.C.s, little is known about their founding and the process of inducting new members.

But the members have been involved in various crimes, including assault, violence, and the sale and distribution of illegal drugs.

Iron Horsemen MC has chapters all over the U.S., including California, Indiana, New York, and Pennsylvania.

It is a 1% motorcycle club. 

8. Iron Order Motorcycle Club

Iron Order MC
Iron Order MC

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 I.O.M.C. 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 I.O.M.C. has chapters in nearly every U.S. state and in 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, mostly at the local level within each charter’s region.

The I.O.M.C. states that it is not a criminal organization and does not condone any form of criminal activity from its members.

They do not claim to be 1 %ers. However, the Department of Justice and multiple California state and local law enforcement agencies recognize the I.O.M.C. as an outlaw motorcycle gang.

Details of some of its chapters in Pennsylvania.

Iron Order MC – Pocono PA

 Iron Order MC – Williamsport

Iron Order MC – Pittsburgh

Founded: In 2009. 

About: It was initially founded as the “Fort Pitt Crew.” They later decided on “Hot Metal Crew,” to better reflect their connection to the steel city roots and culture.

9. 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 (N.A.B.S.T.M.C.). 

It is a community-focused organization and includes African-Americans who are mostly in military Service (active duty and retired). The only requirements to join the Buffalo Soldiers MC are to have a motorcycle of at least 600cc and to be willing to honor the club by-laws.

This is not a 1% club or a support club.

Here are the details of some of its chapters in Pennsylvania.

Buffalo Soldiers of Pennsylvania Motorcycle Club

  • Contact information:

East Stroudsburg Buffalo Soldiers MC

Buffalo Soldiers MC Harrisburg, PA

10. Gunfighters Motorcycle Club

Gunfighters Motorcycle Club

Founded: On December 10, 2005.

About: Gunfighters MC was formed by a group of active and retired law enforcement officers. It is an organization consisting of active and retired law enforcement officers who share a passion for riding motorcycles.

Gunfighters MC is a national and international 100 percent law enforcement-only club (L.E.M.C.). It has chapters in many states of the U.S. as well as in other countries such as France, Canada, and Australia.

It is not a 1% club 

Gunfighters MC has three chapters in Pennsylvania. They are in Philadelphia, Susquehanna, and West Pennsylvania.

11. Red Knights International Firefighters Motorcycle Club

Red Knights Motorcycle Club

Founded: 1982, Boylston, Massachusetts

About: The Club is a club for members of the fire service and their families who enjoy riding motorcycles. The club has over 300 chapters in the U.S. and other countries. 

Membership is open to ALL firefighters & E.M.S., 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 International has about 25 chapters in Pennsylvania. You can find a list of them hereHere are also some of their details.

 Red Knights International PA Chapter 2

Red Knights International PA Chapter 5 – Boalsburg

Red Knights International PA Chapter 8

Red Knights International PA Chapter 10 – Berks County

Red Knights International MC, Pa Chapter 15 – Dauphin County

Red Knights International FF MC, Pa Chapter 17

Red Knights International MC, Pa Chapter 32 – Jersey Shore

Red Knights International MC, Pa Chapter 38 

12. Punishers MC

Punishers MC Patch

Founded: In 1999 in New Jersey.

Summary: Punishers L.E.M.C. (law enforcement motorcycle club) is a law enforcement motorcycle club. Its members are current and retired law enforcement officers, court officers, correctional officers, and other justice system professionals. It also has members from emergency medical services (E.M.S.), firefighters, and the military. 

The members take great pride in their dedication to our families, their work, and the club. They are active in numerous charitable causes and fundraising events. They especially take an interest in the charities and events that benefit police officers, firefighters, and their children. 

Punishers MC is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization. It is also active internationally in 19 countries.

It is not a 1% motorcycle club.

Contact information:

Punishers L.E.M.C. has many chapters in P.A. Here are some of them.

Punishers L.E.M.C. Pennsylvania – Silver Lake Chapter

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Punishers L.E.M.C. Fort Pitt

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Punishers L.E.M.C. Keystone Capital

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13. Motor Maids

Motorcycle Maids MC
Motorcycle Maids MC

Founded: In 1940.

Summary: Motor Maids is the oldest continuously operated Women’s Motorcycling Organization in North America. The founding premise of the Motor Maids was to unite women motorcyclists in promoting motorcycle interest. 

The organization has more than 1,300 members across the U.S. and Canada. It is a diverse group with a passion for riding and promoting a safe riding experience. It aims to show the world a positive image of ladies on motorcycles. 

It is not a 1% motorcycle club.

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Motor Maids has over forty chapters in Pennsylvania. They are located around Pittsburgh and other counties.

14. Leathernecks Nation MC

Leatherneck Nation MC
Leathernecks Nation MC

About: The Leathernecks Motorcycle Club is a family-orientated, law-abiding club. It consists of active and retired duty marines and F.M.F. corpsmen. They also welcome people who work in law enforcement and other professions.

The club promotes the love of motorcycle riding and the love of the military.

This is not a 1% motorcycle club, nor is it an outlaw motorcycle gang.

In Pennsylvania, Leathernecks Nation MC has 10 chapters. They are: 

  • Belleau Wood Chapter
  • Death Dealers Chapter
  • Fallujah Chapter 
  • Flying Deadheads Chapter. Find them on Facebook or via email
  • Iwo Jima Chapter. Find them on Facebook.
  • Okinawa Chapter 
  • Teufelhunden Chapter
  • Tripoli Chapter. Find them on Facebook. Or contact them at  (808) 286-2530.
  • Tun Tavern Chapter. Here is their Facebook page and website.
  • Walking Dead Chapter (Chester County, PA & North DE)

15. U.S. Military Vets Motorcycle Club

U.S. Military Vets MC
U.S. Military Vets MC

Founded: in 1987, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. 

About: It is a nonprofit organization. The club is for qualified military veterans who are motorcycle riders. It offers brotherhood and an opportunity to establish relationships with other military veterans of the United States. 

The MC also aims to improve the image of military veterans and bikers to the general public. 

The MC is open to males who have served 181 days or more in an active duty status. Reserve and National Guard members can count active duty for training and “summer camps.” It is also open to those currently in the National Guard or Reserves.

Members must ride a 750 cc motorcycle or larger.                      

The U.S.M.V.M.C. is not a 1% MC. But it is an independent, true three-piece patch Motorcycle Club. 

Here are the details of some of its chapters in P.A.

U.S. Military Vets Motorcycle Club – Pennsylvania state

U.S. Military Vets Motorcycle Club – Steel City Chapter

U.S. Military Vets Motorcycle Club – Mason Dixon chapter

U.S. Military Vets Motorcycle Club – Lebanon chapter “Iron Forge.”

16. Blue Knights MC 

Blue Knights MC Patch
Blue Knights MC Patch

Founded: In 1974 in Maine.

About:    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. 

The MC was founded by Joel Rudom, Bill Robinson, Doug Miner, Ed Gallant, Mike Hall, Chuck Gesner, Wayne Labree, and Chuck Shuman. Today, the Blue Knights L.E.M.C. has approximately 650 chapters and 19,500+ members in 11 Conferences within 29 countries.

It is not a 1% motorcycle club. 

In Pennsylvania, Blue Knights L.E.M.C. has 22 chapters. Here are some of their details.

Blue Knights Motorcycle Club PA – 2

  • About: This Chapter serves Philadelphia and some surrounding counties. They meet the 1st Wednesday of the month at Kasdon’s Restaurant in Falls Township and the 3rd Wednesday of the month at the Philadelphia Police Academy at 8:00 pm. 

Blue Knights Motorcycle Club PA – 3 (Lehigh Valley)

Blue Knights Motorcycle Club PA – 7 (Pittsburgh)

Blue Knights Motorcycle Club PA – 12

Blue Knights Motorcycle Club PA – 13 

Blue Knights Motorcycle Club PA – 16 (Washington, PA)

Blue Knights Motorcycle Club PA – 18 (Lake Erie)

17. Reading Motorcycle Club 

Reading MC
Reading MC

Founded:  In 1911 and incorporated in 1914.

About: Reading MC is one of the oldest motorcycle clubs in the United States. It has a current membership of over 1,300 members and is one of the largest clubs in existence.

Reading MC holds the #4 American Motorcycle Association (A.M.A.) organization number. Its mission is to promote the sport of motorcycling. The MC hosts a variety of events throughout the year, including drag racing, poker runs, POW/MIA runs, and various charity fundraisers.

Every year since 1979, R.M.C. has hosted its annual Anniversary Party during the last full weekend in July. This event has grown to be one of the largest gatherings by a motorcycle club on the East Coast.

This is not a 1% club or a support club.

18. Blue Comet Motorcycle Club 

Blue Comet MC
Blue Comet MC

Founded:  In 1937 in Pennsylvania.

About: The Blue Comet Motorcycle Club is a family-oriented group of avid motorcyclists and enthusiasts. 

The Blue Comet MC was organized in 1913 under the name of BLACK CATS with an original membership of 13. Then, in 1937 the club changed its name to the Blue Comet Motorcycle Club. But it still kept the call letters of B.C.M.C.

It is one of the oldest continuously operated AMA-sanctioned motorcycle clubs in the country. It is located on the outskirts of historic Skippack Village in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. 

The MC’s membership is open to both men and women. All makes of motorcycles are welcome.

This is not a 1% club or a support club.

19. Lebanon Valley Motorcycle Club 

Lebanon Valley MC
Lebanon Valley MC

Founded:  In March 1948.

About: The Lebanon Valley Motorcycle Club was organized and chartered with the American Motorcyclist Association in March 1948 with Charter #1279.  

Since that time, the club’s membership has grown from 40 members to 165 members; this includes 95 Life Members and 70 active members as of January 2023.

Lebanon Valley MC organizes and supports many charities and events. They include Hike to Help, March of Dimes, Heart Walk, United Way Run, and the Salvation Army.

This is not a 1% club.

20. Turnpike Ramblers MC 

Turnpike MC
Turnpike MC

Founded:  In 1947 in Pennsylvania.

About: Turnpike Ramblers MC is one of the oldest A.M.A. motorcycle clubs in Pennsylvania. It is a family-oriented and charitable motorcycle club that rides and socializes together. 

If you are looking for a friendly group of riders to socialize with, the Turnpike Ramblers may just be for you. Their meeting nights are the second Tuesday of the month at 7 pm. 

This is not a 1% club or a support club.

21. U.S. Veterans Motorcycle Club 

U.S Veterans MC Patch
U.S Veterans MC Patch

Founded:  In March 2007 and incorporated as a nonprofit organization in 2008.

About: The U.S.V.M.C. is a motorcycle club comprised of veterans from all branches of Service. Its main mission is to support veterans and veteran causes. It also seeks to improve and enhance the image of veterans and bikers to the general public.

U.S.V.M.C. operates like a traditional MC and requires a very high level of commitment.

This is not a 1% club.

22. Bikers Against Child Abuse (B.A.C.A.) 

Bikers Against Child Abuse Patch
Bikers Against Child Abuse Patch

Founded:  In 1995 in Provo, Utah.

About: It is a charitable, worldwide motorcycle club. The club’s stated intention is to create a safer environment for abused children. It works in conjunction with local and state officials who are already in place to protect children.

This is not a 1% club or a support club but a 501c3 nonprofit organization.

B.A.C.A. has four chapters in Pennsylvania.

Pennsylvania state

  • Contact information:
    • Contact the state president here.
    • Help Line: (717) 802-0368
    • Mailing address: P.O. Box 24, Dillsburg, PA 17019

Laurel Highlands, PA Chapter

  • Contact information:
    • Help Line: (814) 230-2220
    • Mailing address: P.O. Box 199, Bedford, Pennsylvania, 15522

Northwest, PA Chapter

  • Contact information:
    • Help Line: (814) 408-4909
    • Mailing address: P.O. Box 360, Corry, Pennsylvania 16407

Southwest, PA Chapter

  • Contact information:
    • Help Line: (724) 862-1073
    • Mailing address: P.O. Box 536, Greensburg, PA 15601 

23. Stilettos on Steel 

Stilettos on Steel MC
Stilettos on Steel MC

Founded: In 2010 in Madison, WI.

About: Stilettos on Steel® Female Riders Group, L.L.C. is a female-owned business that provides membership and networking services to female motorcycle riders. Their main goal is to help women who dream of riding take the next step in becoming motorcycle riders.  

Stilettos on Steel is not a nonprofit or charity organization. They do not host charity rides or fundraisers, but they do donate to causes important to their members. 

Stilettos on Steel has many chapters across the country.

This is not a 1% club.

Stilettos on Steel has nine chapters in Pennsylvania. They include the Susquehanna chapter, Woodlands chapter, Lakeshore chapter, and Freedom chapter. Find the full list here.

24. Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association

Combat Vets Motorcycle
Combat Vets Motorcycle Club

Founded: In 2001.

About: C.V.M.A. is an association or group of combat veterans from all branches of the United States Armed Forces who ride motorcycles as a hobby. 

It is a registered 501(c)(19) veterans’ charity. The club aims to be a positive role model. Its mission is to support and protect those who have defended the country and its freedoms.

Contact information:


Here are some details of its chapters in P.A.

CVMA PA – chapter 22-1

CVMA PA – chapter 22-5

CVMA PA – chapter 22-10

City Kings Motorcycle Club

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  • Founded: In 2013.
  • About: The City King’s Oakland Chapter was first started as a charter chapter of the National Iron Guns MC. It was the first Iron Guns MC Chapter in California.

In 2016 we received notice that the Iron Guns MC was dismantling. The news was disappointing and left one of the chapters without a home. Then a rallying cry was heard, and the members united to start a new National MC. 

Its membership mostly comprises law enforcement personnel. 

It is not a 1% club 

City King MC has one chapter in Pennsylvania. It is the Pittsburgh, Notorious IX Chapter

25. The Breed Motorcycle Club

The Breed Motorcycle Club MC
The Breed Motorcycle Club MC

Founded:  In 1965 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

About: The Breed, formed in New Jersey in 1965, was a one-percenter motorcycle club that was formed in Salvatore DeIulio, Asbury Park, New Jersey, in the United States 1965. 

The club disbanded in 2006 after numerous prominent members were indicted on racketeering and drug trafficking charges.

But now it is believed that the club became significantly smaller and moved its headquarters to Pennsylvania. It is believed to have around 60 members.

It is a 1% motorcycle club. 

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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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