About Us


OUR FAMILY

   The WAYFARERS Motorcycle Club was founded, blessed, and sacntioned in Charleston, WV, January 2015. We are a traditional MC because we follow protocol, and carry the same values that the MC culture was founded on. We are not a 1% club, we are not a support club, and we claim no territory. We respect all that show respect, and we mind our own. To join this club you must show  brotherhood, respect, loyalty, commitment, and complete your prospecting.  

MISSION STATEMENT

 The purpose of Wayfarers Motorcycle Club is to to bring together a group of people who enjoy similar philosophies and motorcycle riding, with a focus on community involvement.  The Wayfarers Motorcycle Club will strive to enhance the community that it resides in, by participating in charity event and creating opportunities to assist, aid, and otherwise involve itself with community service activities, while also promoting and maintaining a positive image for the club.  The Wayfarers Motorcycle Club will always strive to promote fellowship among motorcycle riders and work to improve relations between the general public and motorcycle riders through discourse and social events.  .

 

COLORS

Our Colors are CoC approved and consist of a one piece patch that has a top rocker that reads "WAYFARERS", and a bottom rocker that reads "NON DUCOR DUCO".

Our center patch consists of the clasped hands of Brotherhood, in front of the Wayfarer Compass Rose. We also have an MC block. 

Colors used are Green & Silver.

PROSPECTING

Yes, you must prospect to join our MC. This is a family and we are not "weekend warriors". You will earn your way into this brotherhood.

Prospects must meet the following requirements:

  • Must be at least 29 years old
  • Own and ride a Motorcycle      
  • Must be a male.
  • Have time to be committed to the club
  • Be able to show respect, loyalty, and commitment. 

Frequently Asked Questions:

  1. Do you allow sportbikes?
    No, while we don't discriminate against sportbikes, we don't accept prospects that ride them as their primary bike. The reason is two-fold, 1.) we want to ride together and not restrict or impede anyone, and 2.) we want to create an environment that is comfortable for all of our members, and we think cruisers are best for that.
  2. Why do you call your club Wayfarers?
    The name Wayfarers came about because our members understand and prefer a Nomadic lifestyle, and the name accurately describes what we love to do. 
  3. How do i get your club to help out with a charity or event?
    Ask. Feel free to use the links on this site to contact us.
  4. How do i become a club sponsor?
    Ask. Feel free to use the links on this site to contact us. I think I just stated that 
  5. What do your sponsors do for you?  
    Our "club" sponsors contribute to our club at events, charities, and event rides. 
  6. I see your club wears a bottom rocker, are you 1%ers?
     No. Although our patch has rockers, it is actually a one piece patch. We are by no means 1%! 
  7. I see your club hails from Huntington, WV. Do you ride elsewhere?
     We ride everywhere. Sometimes we keep it a little closer to home and sometimes we go far out of state. It just depends. 
  8. What do I have to do for prospecting?  
    Our prospecting process has no set time, and it never will. You have to come out and make sure this club is right for you, that you fit in, and that you can be committed.
  9. Why do you make people prospect?
    Simple, this is not the club for everyone. We are looking for the right type of men to be part of this club, and we think anyone joining a club should take the time to get to know the club as well. 
  10. Do you have rides, and attend events?
    Yes. We love to ride, and we also love to support motorcycling events in our area.
  11. Do you only get together for rides and events?
    Absolutely not. You will find us out having a good time any day of the week. 
  12. What is the supporters list?
    The supporters list is a email list that we use to send out information on merchandise, events, charities, and anything else that a non member might still be interested in. It is not an application email for the club. Click on the contact us link to find out more about joining.