• DISCIPLE CMC
    - COPYRIGHT DISCIPLE CHRISTIAN MC 2009




    • Are you looking for a Christian Motorcycle Club? Are you looking for a legit MC, who respects the Old School traditions established by the 1% world, but in a way that is centered on Christ and Biblical brotherhood? Look no further, you have found Disciple Christian Motorcycle Club! We call that mix of Christ and Old School 1%MC tradition the 2% lifestyle. I was told once that a Christian reasearch association did a study and found that only 2% of people who call themselves Christian, actually preach the Word. Well, we do more than preach it. We carry it forward into our lives, the lives of our brothers, and the lives of the bikers God brings into our path. Disciples show Love and Respect to all people, hold each other accountable to Biblical principals, and reach the motorcycle world for Jesus. Disciples also believe that to be in a true MC, you must hang around the brothers, show that you sustain participation in the club over a period of time by being a Prospect, and that you earn your patches from your brothers one at a time as you come to love and respect them. If you ride to live, live for Jesus, and want brothers that think like you, look up the  Christian Motorcycle Club you can grow with. You can reach our members in other charters by clicking on the links. 

      Seek and Save that which is lost, Destroy the works of the devil, and Live the Abundant life, Disicple Christian Motorcycle Club!


      What is Disciple Christian Motorcycle Club? 

      How Can Get More Info?
      http://www.facebook.com/DiscipleCMC

      How Do I Join Disciple Christian Motorcycle Club?
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      What Do Your Patches Mean?
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      NEED TO RIDE? CALL OUR UPCOMING EVENT HOTLINE 803-399-0014


      WEEKLY FREEDOM FRIDAY RUN:
      Sometimes the work week hurts, but thats why there's FREEDOM FRIDAY! Ride your bike, blow off some steam, and get back to work. Meet us at the Barnyard Flea Market in West Columbia SC on Hwy 1. Check out some leather at the shop, get out and ride, Be Free.











    • What It Means To Earn It

      Man, I had forgotten what it means to wear a patch on my back. It was so many years ago that i earned a patch. A patch, even a prospect patch, is not something that is given lightly, to anyone who wants one. You have to know whose hanging your name on their back, that they not fail you, disgrace your club, or worse.

      Before you read any further, i want you to read the entire website about Motorcycle Club Rules. Better to read and learn, than learn the hard way.

      See, hanging a patch on your back makes you a target. The Cops are sure going to look at your closer, because they monitor the clubs, and often know more about the goings on in the biker world than the average biker does. There's everyone out there that doesn't like Bikers, or has an axe to grind. And there are other clubs, who have rules, and you better know what the rules are, so you don't go disrespecting them. In our world, say the wrong thing to the wrong person, wear the wrong patch in the wrong place, and you will pay a price. There are just different rules out there, many whom went before, and paved the way.

      A Club is different than many organizations, ministries, groups etc. Not everyone gets to wear my patch. I earned this patch, and my family doesn't get to wear it. Not everyone who asks for this patch can even prospect for it. This Club is a lifestyle, a way of living, and its not for everyone. You need to be here, this is a brotherhood, a family. If you don't need that, then you can't commit to it. And this isnt for you.

      This is for the hardcore. The dedicated. The Believer in Jesus. The constant rider. You have something to live up to, people to look up to, a team. a Brotherhood. A Motorcycle has to be in your blood, your face in the wind, your commitment to your God, your brothers, your colors, and your motorcycle, have to be ingrained in you. In that order.

      Now, some might ask, "What is a CMC?"

      Well it turns out i should have known better than to wear a 1% patch...i know i wouldn't fly an MC patch without getting the proper approvals. But after consulting the local 1% club, it turns out we can be a CMC, Christian Motorcycle Club.
      And thats what we are, a CMC.
      We Ride, we Respect, we Live For Jesus.
      And we are growing, fast.
      Like a true club, we enforce a lot of rules, some about how we are allowed to ride in the pack, some about standing up for the club, and some about Bible Study. Trust me, break the rules and you will be a Prospect, again. You will have to earn your patch, again.

      We are Men of God. We have Flaws. We are committed to being a DISCIPLE of Christ.

      So come out and ride with us. Experience the world we walk in, ride in.


      Why not support a Christian Motorcycle Club like DISCIPLE? Link this post to your blog. Post this picture on your site. Support your local DISCIPLE!

    • Give It Up For You by jamesajohnson

      This is the most recent song i have recorded. I hope it speaks to you, in Jesus name.

      Give It Up For You by jamesajohnson


      DID I SAY CHRISTIAN MOTORCYCLE CLUB? DISCIPLE CHRISTIAN MOTORCYCLE CLUB. MOTORCYCLE. CLUB. CHRIST.

    • DISCIPLE MC Has Been Founded
      Yesterday, July 31st 2009, I printed the first draft of the Disciple CMC patch, creating the Motorcycle Club that i have envisioned for some time now. When i was part of an outlaw club in Detroit, i found a brotherhood that understood my way of life, my longing for the road, and my love of the motorcycle. I also found a whole lot of other stuff that i hadnt bargained for.

      After turning my life back over to Christ, there was a period of years where it was not appropriate for me to have a motorcycle, when i might have abused the priviledge of riding, or might have ridden to the wrong places. Now that my life is stable, I have a motorcycle again.

      And I am going to ride with a club.

      Not an association, not a ministry, not a group. Nothing wrong with any of those things, they are all good, and all have a place. My place is in an outlaw club. With rules, structure, requirements and colors. One dedicated to the 1% philosophy: Ride to Live, Live to Ride. Except my outlaw
      philosophy is:

      Ride to Live, Live for Jesus.