Atheist Motorcycle Club


Atheist Motorcycle Club

For Atheists who love motorcycles.

Location: Anywhere USA and Beyond
Members: 55
Latest Activity: Jun 23, 2016

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Motorcycle Videos

Started by Mick Ohrberg Feb 16, 2016. 0 Replies

Now that little video recorders are so ubiquitous, do any fellow heathens video their rides? I just got a GoPro for xmas and decided to do an improvised chin mount, and here's the first result:…Continue

Helmet yes, helmet no, helmet maybe, helmet where?

Started by Tony Minoldo. Last reply by Mick Ohrberg Feb 16, 2016. 6 Replies

When I had my firts bikes, I rode for years without using a helmet in the city, although it was compulsory (the traffic cops wereunarmed, only for traffic violations) had very old and slow machines…Continue

Hi from Australia

Started by Steve Perry. Last reply by Kalikiano Kalei Dec 29, 2011. 2 Replies

G'day eveyone, all 7 of us.I'm in sunny Australia, I have a Harley Road King, currently it's in a container coming from my old home in New Zealand, it's summer here now and I'm itching to get my…Continue

Replacing a gremlin bell

Started by Mark. Last reply by Kalikiano Kalei Dec 29, 2011. 7 Replies

I have a metric cruiser, and it has had a gremlin bell on it since I bought it. I've never really liked the bell, but a few weeks ago I read the inscription for the first time. It says "Never ride…Continue

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Comment by Bill Mueller on October 26, 2011 at 9:42am

Hello fellow bikers,

  I just joined Atheist Nexus and I'm so glad to see this group exists.

I live in downstate Illinois and ride a 2010 Triumph Thunderbird 1700. Love that bike.

  Just started riding 3 years ago at age 58. Logged over 20,000 miles already and can't get enough.I hate to see winter coming but I did invest in some Gerbing heated gear. Best regards to all you freethinkers.

Comment by Bryant Lister on September 12, 2011 at 9:23pm
Hello all from Salem, Oregon.  My rides are a 2011 Victory Cross Roads and a 2007 Kawasaki Ninja 650r.  Living in Oregon, I don't let much stop me from riding; rain, hail, wind, anything but ice on the road.  I do have fun with the atheist patches on my vest, some of my fellow bikers have gotten way too much into the fairy tale realm.  Enjoy the ride!
Comment by Craigart14 on May 30, 2011 at 11:09am
Guess I didn't really do an intro.  My name is Craig, and I teach English at a small, historically black institution deep in the Bible Belt.  Daily driver is a '91 Honda CBR1000; back-ups are '87 Super Magna and '83 650 Turbo.
Comment by Brian Delaney on April 17, 2011 at 10:16am
Hey! Anyone from the Vancouver area biking up to Kamloops for the Imagine No Religion conference in May?
Comment by Felix C. on March 14, 2011 at 12:50am
The weather has b een great for riding this weekend and ride I did ! Me riding buddy and I spent a good part of the day yesterday technically lost in some beautiful country that I didn't even know about, I love that about motorcycling. I'd never take a car or truck out all day just to ride around but do it at every opportunity on the bike. PS, it looks fat and stubby in the picture but it's not like that, I think it's because I shrunk the picture to post it.
Comment by Felix C. on March 10, 2011 at 3:35pm

Hi ya'll,

 Ijust joined, my name is Felix, I live in Tn and ride a Triumph Bonneville T100.

Comment by Brian Delaney on March 4, 2011 at 10:48am

Hi from Canada, this is my Road King Classic, we're trapped in Vancouver at the moment.  Awaiting summer so I can ride the rockies.

Comment by Edward Teach on March 4, 2011 at 9:31am

Here is a link to the other A/N biker group:


Comment by Craigart14 on March 4, 2011 at 9:03am
Maybe atheists and humanists in Kansas should protest WBC services.  Loudly, with great big signs.
Comment by Ken on March 3, 2011 at 7:24pm

In the late 80s, the WBC morons would come over to the KU campus some weekends (Topeka is only 20-30 miles away) and spew their crap to all the students/passersby.  Someone would always try to talk rationally with them to no avail.  There only response is to shout louder or get even more disgusting. That was my first real exposure to pure hatred and they have only gotten worse since then. 

Honestly, as much as I loath those people, I think the Supreme Court made the right decision. 


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