Spring-Summer Standing Ride Policy Below 100 degrees and no rain.
A. Fern Norville Childrens Shelter
Since 2004, the A. Fern Norville Children’s Emergency Shelter has been the organization the Freedom Riders have chosen to help support.. For more information, visit the shelter page for photos and information. Children’s Shelter Page
The Freedom Rider Philosophy
We recognize that most riders are involved in more than one organization. We are active in the DFW motorcycle community and often attend other clubs’ meetings, rides, and events, and encourage other clubs to join in our activities. We promote activities from other clubs to our members and encourage them to mingle with other groups. We have an excellent mix of bikes, rider experience, and riding styles. We have written group-riding guidelines and we support Motorcycle Safety Foundation training. Any type or brand of bike is always WELCOME!
We are Diverse and Tolerant!
Rides are very frequent: at least one ride every weekend, usually one on a weeknight, and special rides as the occasion arises. We are fortunate that Texas weather allows us to ride year round. Weekend rides can be from 100 to 250 miles, most times for food, some times to meet other motorcyclists, but always for the enjoyment of the ride.
Our newsletter and web site provide information about riding opportunities to riders. The newsletter is six to ten pages monthly, nicely published in print and on our website. If people don’t know about the rides, how are they going to show up? We write about past and future rides and tell people about other people. We love to tell others about our experiences. We even have a brand new discussion forum to share with you. Freedom Riders Forum. If you need assistance with the forum, check out the extensive Help section.
We Share! Our club name says it all, Freedom Riders: the FREEDOM to ride what you wish, when you wish, with a diverse group of fellow motorcyclists enjoying the sport. We think people participate for one reason, to ride! We don’t care what you ride, we only care that you love to ride. We have no dues and our one meeting each month is voluntary, short, and mostly social. We strive to keep it simple, free of politics, and other distractions that keep us from enjoying the ride.
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