We are fathers, sons, husbands, and most of all, caring individuals who have a passion to ride motorcycles. We have tens of thousands of miles of riding and hundreds of years of biking experience.
Our group has three main goals;
1) To create a brotherhood that can accomplish things in the world we live;
2) To do well for those less fortunate;
3) To make an impact while enjoying our lives and the ride.
We are a no-politics club and support what we believe in: riding, family, friendship, and giving back to others. As an equal opportunity motorcycle riding club, the membership of our club reflects an interconnected mixture of backgrounds, culture, knowledge, and riding experience.
Jester's Highway was formed in 2016. Our purpose in forming our club was to create a brotherhood and legacy that can survive us. Our logo is a Jester because we do not take ourselves too seriously and laughter is what keeps us going. We are in no way affiliated with 99% or 1% motorcycle clubs.
The members of our club have been selected, and future members will continue to be evaluated based on their character, history in taking care of family and others, and their ability to ride.
We contribute our own funds to maintain our club and we have rules and regulations. Like most motorcycle clubs, we have club officers who have been voted into their positions. We have monthly meetings and are open to any new ideas that will make our club better.
Many of our club members have taken up riding later in life and with families, we try to ride as often as possible. We respect other clubs and respect their territories. We only wear our colors when we ride together.
We ride with several other clubs and non-members.
Any new recruits will be voted in after riding with us and getting to know each and every club member. New recruits require a unanimous vote of the club members.
Our club members have coined the phrase "Jesters Style". While we appreciate beautiful scenery, a winding road is our kryptonite. Our club accelerates INTO curves. Whenever we can, you'll find us on winding back roads, sometimes with like-minded clubs or individuals riding big Harley-Davidsons way faster than we should down narrow country roads.
The Jesters singing the National Anthem at our first annual event. The quality is terrible. The sentiment is not.
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