Founded in 1965
Silent Skulls Lone Bikers
International Motorcycle Club
1. Who are the Silent Skulls?
We are an untraditional group of Lone Bikers disorganized enough to form a non-club of like-minded individuals. We love to ride all motorcycles in all kinds of decent and indecent weather. We ride all walks of life and let live all Bikers. The Silent Skulls are all about lone freedom on two wheels and individual choices.
2. What is the Club’s History?
Silent Skulls just happened in the mid 60’s with 5
untraditional stray, lone bikers from around. For some unknown reasons,
we crossed paths and clicked. Throughout the years, we gradually rode out to different parts
and today we have members spread out over one earth on two
3. How many members are in the Club?
The true creed of
Silent Skulls Lone Biker Club is "camaraderie with anonymity,"
our members like it that way. The club always maintains
membership confidentiality. We are a club of Lone Bikers here as a
road stop for lone brothers and sisters together.
4. What is the structure of the Club?
5. What are the requirements for membership?
We welcome and invite
each and every Lone Biker into the Club. If you are not a
true Lone Biker, the Club will not meet your traditional habits and you will
stand out as a lonely biker needing attention. YOU MUST BE A LONE BIKER TO JOIN!
6. Do you have a prospecting period?
Yes, you must first self identify as a Lone Biker.
This can take anywhere from several years to half a lifetime. When
you, and only you are content with being a Lone Biker and are sure you meet
our membership creed, you
are invited to join.
7. Once I eventually join, do I need to get a Club tattoo?
Whatever! Many of our members are challenged in
finding space for another one or puzzled with too much space for this one. We are a free spirited and free riding club of Lone Bikers who ride motorcycles not
images. You ride as you choose and the choices you make are your own
8. Is there a local Chapter or region I can join?
No. Silent Skulls have only one-world chapter/no
chapters. It is because of our independent personality, lone attitude and freedom
of choice in how and when to ride.
9. Does the Club have weekly or monthly meetings?
No. Between riding, working on our
bikes and planning the next run we don't have time to organize, seek
attention or publicity. We prefer riding alone. The Club does not provide a traditional
service to members only a family presence.
Ride, hang and enjoy each other's lone company. There are no obligations or commitments
when you ride. You ride as you choose.
10. What if I join up, get lonely, and later want to leave the club?
Membership is lifetime so think carefully before
joining. We are a Club and Family of Lone
Bikers sharing camaraderie with anonymity.
11. I have noticed the Club patch looks
Will I get pulled over
Common sense and knowing where you ride
will have to decide! Our colors reflect our individual heritage as a Lone
Biker and our
commitment to be Silent Skulls. Think through your choices
12. Is the Club approved by AMA or anyone else?
No. There are no organizations or
clubs who will "charter" one Lone Biker much less a non-club of
one Lone Biker! We are not a traditional club and we don't have a home base. We are an untraditional non-club of independent Lone Bikers.
13. What does the ‘13’ stand for on the Club Insignia?
'13' always stands for 'M', the 13th letter of the alphabet. For Silent Skulls, 'M' represents 'All Motorcycles'. Our addiction to all motorcycles and the love for riding alone. Our 'M' is what Silent Skulls is all about... ride alone... ride till you bone.
After you read all the website and you still have questions then you are not a Silent Skull Lone Biker.