|The IOMC was started by a few hardcore bikers in a garage. These
bikers came from different backgrounds and walks of life. They had a
desire to share brotherhood and socialize together as a group of men
sharing a like mindset. That is how the IOMC was started and how it is
today. This is the heritage of the IOMC. We refuse to be dictated to by
anyone as to whom or what we have as members.
We respect all clubs and support those that support us. We are
independent and choose to mind our own business. We started that way
and we continue that way.
We run our club by the very same MC rules established over 50 years
ago by motorcycle clubs. We are not 1%ers. We are not a HOG chapter
but most of our members do belong to HOG and many outside
organizations such as ABATE and the Patriot Riders. We have chapters
in many states. We have a strong brotherhood between all chapters. We
are independent therefore we do not belong to any associations. We
find we are so busy with our own events and rides that we are not
involved with any other organizations. We choose to have our own
charity work that we do to benefit the community not to make headlines
or make ourselves look good. We are law abiding, like minded men
brought together by our common love for our motorcycles, riding and
desire for true brotherhood. We have our own clubhouses, we have the
same probationary and hang around traditions that MC’s established
many years ago and we stand together as brothers in our club.
Those who have rode with us, partied with us, or know us, know we are
bikers. Some have chosen a different road because we do not waiver
from our core values. We ride, party and mind our own business. We do
not create problems for our community or fellow bikers. We participate in
charities that we feel benefit our communities and we support our own.
We are veterans, active duty military, construction workers, truck
drivers, businessmen, LEOs, cooks, and any other occupation you can
think of. We are about motorcycles, brotherhood and enjoying the biker
lifestyle not about what you do for a living.
We are what we say we are and nothing more or nothing less. If you are
law abiding, desire strong brotherhood and riding a motorcycle is not a
solo event, maybe we are for you. If you are looking for something other
than what we stand for then we are not for you. We are constantly
asked “What is the IOMC?’ Don’t listen to the sidewalk commandos or
the weekend warriors. Come by and meet us then you decide what the
IOMC is and if you have what it takes to be a brother of the IOMC.