BROTHERHOOD QUEST "ROADHOUSE"

Owned & Operated by the Original
Brotherhood Quest Riding Society. (National UK Charter)


We are a dedicated group of brothers and sisters, all with history, some good some well not so much. We have put any transgressings aside as long as it does not interfere with the saftey of our membership. We come from all walks of life and careers. Most of our members are older more experienced and one of our goals is to pass on old school values to our younger people. We are NOT a criminal organization but thats not to say we dont have brothers and sisters with "colorful" backgrounds. Here we are family and we share experiences. Women have the same privledges as men.No body is property and the only territory we claim is whats beneath our tires and a shot at the horizon. We leave alone and expect to be left alone. Any quetions, please participate in the chat rooms ,forums and blogs.
  You'll find stories, news, jokes and story lines, we tend to get a little silly when the walls start closing in during the times we can't ride. Some of us are lucky enough to live in fair climates where they ride mostly year round. They have been known to both punish us with the reminder, but at the same time gives us the needed glimpse into their world that warms us until we can get back in the saddle.

We are both men and women that have come together chasing a dream. The dream of brotherhood the way it used to be. The days when the friendly wave meant more than "I see you", it was kinship, knowing you shared the feeling of freedom the open road brings. Days when you would stop when you saw another bike along side the road, no matter what. Gathering together, making new friends beneath a bridge in the rain, or finding relief from the blistering sun under cover of a tree. These days seem to be vanishing, so we have decided to have a revival, as it were, of these old school values, Loyalty, Integrity and Trust. These traits command, and will bring, Honor and Respect. Are you in?                                                                              

                

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