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http://www.sonsofarmageddonmc.com/
"Sons of Armageddon"

Was nosing around the internet the other day looking for some local non 1% MC's in my area and these guys popped up. So, just for shits and giggles I contacted them via e-mail and they responded back.

Basically all I have to do is send them some money and I'm in, wow, just that easy huh...:shaking:

The clubs basic layout is what I'm looking for, but the whole "sounds like a current popular biker TV show" and I think they are trying a little to hard to look like a 1% club, just ain't for me. Especially since we have a LOT of Outlaws,. Black Pistons and S.O.S. in my area.

But anyway, I'm just curious if anyone else has had any experience with them.
 

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I've never heard of them.
I was trying to find on thier website what cities/states they have chapters in?
Where in Indiana are you?
Here in Kokomo we have O.L., Milwaukee Iron, Young Guns and Hog Runners. I know that the Iron are affliated with the OLs, not sure about Young Guns, and Hog Runners are a bunch of young guys on new baggers that have organized poker runs monthly.
 

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I've never heard of them.
I was trying to find on thier website what cities/states they have chapters in?
Where in Indiana are you?
Here in Kokomo we have O.L., Milwaukee Iron, Young Guns and Hog Runners. I know that the Iron are affliated with the OLs, not sure about Young Guns, and Hog Runners are a bunch of young guys on new baggers that have organized poker runs monthly.
According to the guy I spoke with last night...they have a chapter in Northern Indiana, and the next closest to me is down around Evansville in Illinois.

I'm in Southern Indiana about half way between Indy and Louisville.
 

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Monthly dues and some kind start up fees to get your patches and all that.
Hell send me $100 and you can be a member of my M/C club..


Dont see the point ot paying to join a club, Find a bike night and you will find fellow riders, unless your just wanting to get a patch to sew on a jacket to look cool.


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Hell send me $100 and you can be a member of my M/C club..


Dont see the point ot paying to join a club, Find a bike night and you will find fellow riders, unless your just wanting to get a patch to sew on a jacket to look cool.


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i agree. The internet probably has a local forum just for guys/gals that ride regularly near you.
Bike nights are great ways to meet other riders as stated by rawkon.
 
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