Silent Skulls Lone Bikers
International Motorcycle Club
Founded in 1965

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 


 

 

Hello Biker Brothers. my name is Lasse and I live in Malmoe Sweden. I have thought about to be a member of
Silent Skulls over 1 year.I  love to ride my bike alone. I'm going to send my application and payment as soon as possibly. Best Regards.

Please send 2 Applications for my wife and me. I am 35 years of age and I have been riding since I was about 13 or 14 years of age, My dad took me riding on his bike and I have never been the same since. Riding for me is my peace of Heaven on Earth. There is "NO" better feeling, than to jump on my bike and cruise! I ride to work, on weekends, Rides, just whenever I damn well want to, and there is "NO" better way to relieve STRESS! I AM A SILENT SKULL HEART AND MIND!

Greetings, I've been a hang around for a few years now. You are right, it may take years to be ready to be a Silent Skull. I am now ready to take that step. I have always related to your philosophy on lone riders and I do meet your criteria. Please forward an application.

I first stumbled upon your website in a search for other lone bikers to see if others thought about things like I do.  I figured out years ago I am a lone biker, and when I found your website by accident, I started reading through the site and couldn't believe there are people out there just like me that don't fit with traditional clubs, and so on.  I have thought about this thing and read the site and re-read the site over and over.  I guess it has taken me about a year to decide what I knew the first day I found the site.  I AM A LONE BIKER.


I have been a Lone Biker for over 20 years.  I have always wanted to wear a patch yet never found a club that didn't try to mold me into their idea of what a biker should be.  I found your website quite by accident and found to my delight that your philosophy and creed is what I have been living for the past 20 or so years.  I would consider it an honor if you would forward me an application to be a Silent Skull Lone Biker.

I found your web site on another biker site and went through and read everything. Great site! I've never been a member of a M.C. before because I've rode alone for years. I've heard of the Silent Skulls Lone Bikers before, but this is the first time I've run across your site. I ride Goldwings, Harleys and Indians (my favorite). I'd feel honored to fly the Silent Skulls Lone Bikers colors on my jacket. So send me an app. 
Buzzy

I took you Self Identify Test and I am absolutely qualified to be in your
club. 99% of the time I am riding by myself and that is the way I like it. I
am proud to let others know that I don't need to be in a "structured" club to
have fun. nothing is more pleasing to me the when it is just me and my bike,
either working on it or riding. I would appreciate very much if you would
accept me into your club  so that I may begin wearing my SSLB patch with pride.
Thank you for your consideration on my request.   

I have been looking through the internet and I came across your website. After taking your Self Administered Test I felt you are the club I would like to be a part of. When I was younger I always admired the guys that wore the Lone Wolf patch. I love nothing more than just getting on my sled and racking up miles. Please let me know if you would accept me as one of your members, it would be an honor.

Riding since 1966 - No Clubs for reasons you can appreciate.

Wearing the Colors of the SSLB makes the statement.
Please send membership application.

Greetings,
My girlfriend came across this site and showed it to me saying you gotta
see this - it's you!  So I checked it out and intend to join.  It struck a
chord with us...I'm a Lone Biker, and she's a lone artist and we met cuz she
painted a skull on my bike tank.  "Trigger" brought us together.  The creed
fits for me and I would send out membership application today.
I'll be waiting.  Thanks.   ........painted desert, blue sky, open highway,
let 'er fly!

 
I have been a loner all my life of 36 years and I have rode 19 of those years. I ride a 92 FLSTC. I am a husband and a father, I was a former prison guard turned into be a computer technician. I have never been one to follow a guideline, rules, or have someone tell me what I should ride, wear, or who my friends should be. Could you send me more information and an application.
Ride free, Ride often, Ride safe

 

I really want an application before I expire. I know its a lifetime membership but mine is running out. Just wanted to give you guys a laugh. I'm sure there's one in the mail.

I don't quite know how, and I don't know why, somehow we have found each other.  SSLBs were 'born' the same year I was.  It holds the same beliefs I have.  It seems like karma that I have stumbled upon my lifelong club.  Freedom plus brotherhood, how can that be wrong? Please send along an invite so I can join and proudly proclaim that I am a Lone Biker.

Hey bros,
I came across your awesome website just a few days ago, it really impressed the hell out of me. I couldn't believe that there are actually brothers out there who feel like I do. Brothers and sisters who would rather ride alone and not with some "club" who sees when I ride and when I don't. I took the SAT and really loved the questions. I answered eighteen of them with a very affirmative YES. I don't do crowds or clubs. Up here they have this outfit that goes against what I believe is morally wrong, not to mention the fact they love to gossip and talk shit about everyone who doesn't believe in their pompous crap. They are into f.....ing each others' old ladies. I guess share and share alike. I ride alone.  98% of my riding is alone. I got bros who ride with me, but even then I ride out in front a good 1/4 mile away from the pack. I researched all of the other bikes out there in biker land and found the only one that was durable and bullet-proof was a 1999 Yamaha V-Star 650 Classic. I like that FL look. 
Ride forever,  ride alone,  ride silent.

Hello, from the wet and windy roads of the UK. I found your site while browsing the net and would like to apply to join your club. You see I've been riding the roads of the UK for as long as I can remember alone and in a group, of two bikes if you can call it a group. The feeling I get of being able to get up in a morning load up my ride and go were the feeling takes me, to stop were I like, when I like, and not to answer to anyone is as close to heaven I'm likely to get. To know there are others out there that share that feeling is a great. I am not into politics of any kind. I live and let live is my motto. Could you please send me an application form. Until are paths cross. Thanks 

Thanks for the membership app., will get it right out! Have been waiting for a club just like this one. I have been in the other type clubs, fed up with all the B.S. an macho crap! that goes with it, I will be proud to wear the SS Patch and won't have to impress or prove anything to anyone but myself !

I found out about your club through a friend and have read what you had to say on the web site. After thinking long and hard, knowing myself and what I want then I have decided to join your club. I enjoy the freedom of riding alone soaring to places that I've never been. This year hopefully I will ride across Europe, Russia, and Asia. Of course it will be alone and I will be honored and proud to fly the colors as I travel on that golden road. Anyway please send me application.

 

 

I'm a family man in my 40's and I work between 50 and 60 hours a week. I have no time for club politics, meetings, or waiting around for others when I have an opportunity to ride. Inevitably, when I ride, it's me and my scooter, one with the open rode, existing in the breeze. Please email me an application 

Brothers of freedom,

Brothers of camaraderie.

“WEARING THE SKULL OF FREE MIND AND HIGHEST RESPECT FOR ALL WALKS OF LIFE”. Reading the club philosophy gives me that feeling ,those written down  words are what I've been carrying in my heart for a long time. The independence ,representing international camaraderie, with all the respect asks for great responsibility, wearing the path for heroic like minded honorable thoughts .Two wheels of lone freedom, the real walk of live, freedom of choice, freedom, results in 100% camaraderie en true brotherhood. Finding SSLB 's philosophy ,international like minded lone bikers, is for me the reason to become part in expressing myself, wearing and representing as a Silent Skull Lone Biker.

 

Being a Lebanon Veteran in the Netherlands, Not many people understood our background and behavior. That's why I like to live m

Guess I've been a Skull for years, just wore the wrong patch. I am 53, pretty set in my ways, don't take shit from anyone. If you would consider me for membership, I would appreciate an application as soon as possible. By the way, there are a few others like me in the area that are interested and may be requesting membership once I get my stuff. Hope they do, but that's up to them. I'll finally be proudly wearing the colors that fit me.  Hoping for a quick response.

I have had the opportunity to browse your site. I can really connect with the feeling of riding for the sake of riding. Ride just to enjoy the free rush of being on the road, cruising through the air. I have gone through Harley's, Hondas, and British bikes in my career, so I appreciate the club's philosophy and belief. Please send me your membership application package.  The Skulls sound like the non-club to ride with!

For the last 20 years I have had several bikes and rode several miles. It has kept me save out on the road and has guided me which way to turn at many cross roads with a whisper of the wind. I would be honored to be a silent skull member, and the site keeps me coming back after every trip be it long or short.  Keep the dirty side down and let the wind flow freely.

I came across this website looking for something that would "fit" me. This is what fits me. I have been riding since 1998, and will never stop. I don't go for the "club Meetings," I don't go for the organized club atmosphere. I go for my rides, see others riding, have a chat, and move along down my road. I visit your site often and relate, immediately, to what it's all about. I would like to get an application to become a part of this most "Fitting" place. I have come across the" No Women, No Lesbians, Harley's Only" and get tired of it all. I am me, take it or leave it, I am NOT going to change to "fit-in."

After reading you site, I realize that what you stand for and what I believe are the same. I have always rode by myself and never needed to be a part of a club to have fun. all I have ever needed was my bike and a road and the time to ride. I have never wanted to be affiliated with a bunch of people that I had to agree with politically, or morally. all I have ever wanted to do is ride my bike where and when I want. I feel that I would be a great member to your club and would be proud to show that I don't need someone telling me what to think and do, just because I ride a bike. I would be truly honored if you would send me a membership application. thank you for considering this request and I will be waiting to hear from you. the most pleasant time I have is work on customizing my bike and planning my next ride. I am looking forward to the day I get my membership kit and become a SSLB.

I am interested in joining your club.  I have been a lone biker for years and have been looking at your web site for the last couple or so.  I took what you said on your web page to heart to see if I really do self identify as a lone biker and looking at what I like to do most and the kind of life I have chosen, I have concluded that I am.  My work takes me to many different places in the world every two years. I have found that you never know who you are going to meet, but every once a while you meet a brother on the road no matter where you ride. The Creed, Philosophy and members' comments sections on your web page let me know that I have come to the right place.  I take this commitment very seriously and would really like to join the Silent Skulls family.  If you think I would make a good Skull, please send me an application. 
Robert (aka Dragon)

Stefan from Sweden here ! The Silent Skull idea sounds very cool to me....and your site looks great too!

I surfed into the SSLB website and to my surprise found a "club" that embodies the same spirit of riding that I share. I guess it's kind of oxymoronic to be a "lone biker" looking for a "club" but the Silent Skulls mindset represents to me a group of like minded individuals who can ride as they like yet have some greater support or brotherhood to fall back  on.

I've been running on my lonesome for around 26 years now and I'm happy to be this way. Hell sure!-I'll acknowledge you on the road as I've always done, I'll stop for you if you've busted down at the side of the road, I'll maybe run with some of you a whiles -if I choose, I'll even share my food and shelter if needs must, but I'll still forever be running my bike on my lonesome through choice. Running down this dusty gray road to who knows where? There's a big quiet bony skull inside this loners head and I'm ready to declare it! Welcome me in to where I am already Brothers & Sisters- I'm applying now but I just need to do some saving to get the cash together for the kit. See you in the wind maybe-maybe never! 'Straight Thru'' Steve.

As a Lone Biker, by choice and attitude, I would consider it an honor to be a member of a club such as the SSLBs.  I have been riding for years now and love the freedom of the road and being alone on the road with my scooter and thoughts. I have been reading the information on this site for months now and have compared my lifestyle to the creed that is posted throughout the site. I let people live the way they want and expect the same from them. I know you invite and I would be ecstatic if you choose to send me an application; I would be a positive member espousing the virtues of being a lone biker and member of a club that breeds on that philosophy. Thank you for your consideration. "Ride and never worry about the Fall"

I have always rode alone. I always enjoy the feeling of the engine on the road, all by myself, not knowing where it will lead me, and not really caring. I came across the SSLBs by shear dumb luck. It was the best stroke of luck that I have ever had. As I found myself reading about the SSLBs the more I knew this club was for me. Everything the SSLBs stand for, I put in practice daily. So enough of the brown nosing would you please send me an application for membership.

I must say that I am glad I stumbled on to your website.  I have been riding for over twenty years now. I have never been able to get anyone in a club to actually tell me what the hell they were really all about. It's as if they just wanted to be somebody. I was always someone who stuck out all by myself and I have never yet joined a club because I can't stand the wanna bees and the 1% guys are too busy being thugs. I have some really good friends who ride in clubs, but when they get their patches they seem to turn cold to everyone else. Not my style. That's why I like your site. Please get back to me when you can. I am interested in joining.

This is my 3rd request for an application from the Silent Skulls to be emailed to me, as of yet the Silent Skulls remain 'silent'. 

I've always been a lone biker, probably always will be. Some of my best rides have been when I didn't have a destination, just picked a general direction and crossed the roads. Just me, myself, and I. I don't lead, I don't follow, I go my own way. I've always been a  Silent Skulls, I always will be. 

What more can you ask for? From what I read on your site this is the perfect attitude towards what biking should be all about. I've been riding for last 25 years, I would be proud to be a Silent Skull.

Hey ya, I live in my own world, but it's ok because everyone here knows me. Please send me an application.

I had read through your website and found a home. Being a Mohawk Indian I understand and respect the power of silence and solitude, it is a spiritual thing. 'Riding in the wind is equally spiritual'. My mentor and medicine friend told me years ago that I would always travel alone, that I would lead without leading, that I would never follow. She was absolutely right. SSLB is a club made for me. I enjoy my solitude both on and off the road while enjoying the brotherhood of good people with "like minds" from time to time. PEACE!

Hello, I moved to CT a few years ago from Seattle, since I have been here I looked at different clubs but found that none of them could fit my needs. I am a solo rider that put on an average of 18 to 20 thousand miles a year on by bikes and about 65% of these are lone miles. I like the creed of the Silent Skulls and hope that you would send me an application.

I am a 34 year old biker from Sweden, that always preferred to ride alone and always fell like a Lone Biker, even long before I've got my first bike. So, I can't imagine anything that would suit me better than to be a Silent Skull, since I've sort of always been one anyway. It looks like you've got a really good thing going on out there, a great club with a great attitude to bikers, and the biker way of life. I would be very grateful if you would like to send an application form to me.

I just keep coming back to your damn site.  I kind of like the philosophy I could be cruising alone somewhere here in England and at the same time someone is doing the self-same thing elsewhere in the world.  Neither would know what the other was doing, each would be alone, and yet together. So tell me, am I nuts or what?  I've never been a member of a club in the past and yet I am starting to feel like I belong with you.

I ride sometimes with a group of bros but prefer to ride alone most of the time. I've thought a few times in the past joining a club, but didn't care for the BS you gotta go through and put up with. Don't care for dictating where or when I can ride, that's my right. So, I'd appreciate consideration to join the Silent Skulls Lone Bikers. I believe I'd fit right in with the clubs philosophy and creed as a Lone Biker. By the way, I'm employed in the computer consulting business and gotta say your web site is kick-ass.

I am 27 year old biker (have built my Harley and Honda Chopper) who rides alone 95% of the time. I prefer to be the loner on the road, enduring the harshness of the weather and the open road. I would love to proudly wear the Silent Skulls Patch.  I'm a Black Hawk Pilot (Captain) in the Army getting my riding in as much as I can before possibly being deployed.  

I'm a 38 year old Scotsman living in Norway and I've been riding for 18 years, the last 11 on Harley's. I get around but do most of my traveling on my own with a tent as a companion - these days it mostly at weekend. Just finished having a good read of your website, you're the club for me. I'm most definitely a lone biker and love the concept of your club. I've been  drooling over the website now since Saturday. I've now read about every page and want to get my membership sorted out before the end of the riding season here in Norway. I'm leaving for a rally in Denmark as a lone biker on Thursday (2 days time) and want to get my membership form and payment off before I leave.

I browsed your web page and found it encouraging to know there is a "Club" without all the traditional club b/s and that it opens to everyone who primarily goes his/hers own direction, but knowing there are brothers and sisters out there who share the same views on riding... being the most important aspect by sharing the road with a "one on one" view.

I have been on the road for ten years or so, but never been a club member, so when I heard about Silent Skulls I thought it was time to be one. I am 34 years old, and living alone with my Bike in a small town named Arendal in the south of Norway, and for me is biking the meaning of life! Last year I bought a new Harley Davidson Super Glide, and have never been sorry for that choice! 

Hello Fellow Bikers,
I am a biker in Nottingham, England. I have been riding bikes for over 25 years and been in bike clubs and been a rep for the motorcycle action group for a few years most of the time I ride alone or with Mrs. Most mates have dropped out of the bike scene or have gone their own way. I like to ride and go to places when I want to not when someone tells you to do so. After stumbling on to your website from a links page and look at it for hours, I thought this sounds like me and after thinking about it for a few days I thought I would apply for membership, so please send me an application form.

I've been reading your site for the past few hours over and over again, and all I can think is "At Last!!!"  I've always felt the camaraderie of fellow bikers on the road, the waves, the nods of the head or the flashing headlamps but even when I've been in the most Godforsaken place on the worst of roads in the worst weather ... I've never felt alone. I've always instinctively felt that somewhere, someone else was doing just the same and enjoying it just as much as me!!  This has always been like a sort of 'cloak of protection' for me, an almost spiritual awareness that words cannot properly describe.
I have given a lot of thought to the SSLB Creed and dwelt long and hard on the self-identification of myself as a Lone Biker and have come to the conclusion that although you and I have never met face to face, you know me.  You must know me, to be able to describe me so accurately!!  I would like to formally put my name forward as a potential member and respectfully ask for your consideration in the matter!! Whatever the outcome .... I'll see you (and feel you) on the cross roads.

I have been looking at your site for quite some time now.  I have been through a few clubs and now realize I am a Lone Biker.  No more waiting for others who are always late or don't show to go for a ride.  No more trying to put together a meeting or ride with no one calling back.  I ride alone, I ride a lot, and now I ride with the Silent Skulls Lone Bikers.....alone. Thanks and I look forward to being in this one of a kind club.

I'm a 30 yrs old biker from Norway, currently riding a HD Sportster Custom. A few days ago I read a notice about Silent Skulls in a Norwegian biker magazine. The description of the club made me very curious, and I've spent the last few days reading about SSLB on the Internet. I've carefully read the Self-Identify test: "Skull Aptitude Test" and Club Creed on your web-site, exchanged e-mail with a Norwegian member and it seems that Silent Skulls is the right motorcycle club to me . I've earlier been in touch with different clubs in my area, but they all had some drawbacks I couldn't commit myself to. So, I would appreciate if you accept my application to be a member of Silent Skulls Lone Bikers.

I found your site a few weeks ago whilst late-night surfing. I just keep coming back to your damn site. I kind of like the philosophy - I could be cruisin' alone somewhere here in England and at the same time someone is doing the self-same thing elsewhere in the world. Neither would I know what the other was doing, each would be alone, and yet together. So tell me guys, am I nuts or what?  I've never been a member of a club in the past and yet I am starting to feel like I belong with you.

I have enjoyed reading your creed and I related with everything you spoke of. I have always been a lone biker from dirt riding to the street. I enjoy the peace it brings me and if I could I would just ride and probably never stop. I am a fireman in the Chicago area 34 yrs and just saddled up my new Electra Glide, which I bought for myself after my divorce and man I should have done it a long time ago HAHA BOTH.


I RIDE ALONE. I RIDE TO THINK, DREAM OF THE FUTURE AND REMEMBER (OR TO FORGET )THE PAST. I RIDE AT MY OWN PACE. I RIDE IN THE MORNING TO BE REBORN. I RIDE AT NIGHT BECAUSE SOMETIMES THE NIGHT  IS ANOTHER WORLD AND I WANT TO BE A PART OF IT ALL. I RIDE ALONE BECAUSE I DON'T BELONG WITH THE PACK EVEN THOUGH  WHEN WE MEET ON THE ROAD I KNOW THEY ARE MY BROTHERS. I AM A LONE RIDER. I AM AND HAVE ALWAYS BEEN A SILENT SKULL. I ASK, CAN I RIDE ALONE WITH YOU?        

I am writing to request a membership application. I have been riding as a lone biker most of the years since 1955. I have never been a patch holder, the only bike clubs I belong to are ABATE and HOG. I am in total agreement with your club philosophy and always will be an independent biker.

With great pleasure I stumbled across your website. I feel like I have been a member for years, as the foundation that this organization is built upon reflect my attitude to a T. Love to ride with friends, but love to be free to go where the roads take me when I choose to be alone. God Bless America for that.

I just met, and rode with a "Brother" of motorcycling.... he was sporting the Silent Skulls patch.  Having now visited your site, I am further intrigued by any your philosophy or hidden bent.  As I am, and always have been, fascinated by the 'Jolly Roger' skull & cross bones (of Tom Sawyer fame), I like the Skull theme. I would better appreciate your patch, if it said, as the club philosophy so claims, Lone Biker(s).... I ride w/ everyone, and go to all sorts of functions, but I declare myself on all release forms as a "NAC"  (Not a Claimer).  I ride alone, I am alone, I have only known "alone".  Fellow bikers are "brothers" only in the sense that they appreciate motorcycles.... like I appreciate motorcycles. 

I am requesting a Freeway Membership Kit Application. I am a Lone Rider by choice and enjoy the freedom of not having to make club functions or events. When and how I want to ride, I ride .

I am writing to request an application form.  I was thinking of starting a Nomad type motorcycle club with no BS for the bikers who just ride to ride. I ran across your sight and was very impressed.  I ride a 89 customized Sportster and a 02 Super Glide. I've been riding since I was 19.  

I've visited your site on a number of occasions, and must say I identify 100% with the creed. I have been into bikes as long as I can remember, and have been legally riding since I was sixteen, I am now 53!I live in England, but have ridden a lot of Europe, and intend to make enough money to be able to ride wherever the mood takes me. I have never been a member of a club, as I dislike rules etc, but belong to action groups ,to fight for rider rights. Consequently I feel in a way that I have always been a Silent Skull, so send me an application form and lets make it official.

Greetings!.... I can't believe that I stumbled on this site by accident.....
I have been riding some sort of motorcycle since I could stand.... My mother, my father, grandfather, grandmother, have all rode their entire lives up until the day that they couldn't physically ride..... I have run across many clubs and posers in my experience with riding.... I can't believe that I finally found others that feel the same way about motorcycles as me and my wife do.... We spend 99% of our time on our bike, alone....... And we love every second of it......  I currently own a 1979 Husqvarna dirtbike, a 1982 Yamaha 650 Seca Turbo, and a 2002 Yamaha V-Max......  Please send me an application it would be an honor to me to be a Silent Skull.

OK!  I JUST CHECKED OUT YOUR PAGE AND I MUST SAY I'M IMPRESSED AND WOULD LIKE TO GET MORE DETAILS ABOUT YOUR PATCH AND CHECK YOU ALL OUT . I'VE BEEN RIDING FOR OVER 20 YEARS AND ENJOY RIDING IN GROUPS BUT I MUST SAY I RIDE ALONE 90% OF THE TIME. THE AREA I LIVE IN IS VERY OPEN AND WHEN I GET A CHANCE TO RIDE I DON'T WAIT FOR LAME EXCESSES  FROM  SOME FAIR WEATHER RIDER I JUST GO.  FOREVER TWO  WHEELS    

I am very glad to have found you. Like most things in life, we don't really know what it is we are looking for until we find it. So now I have found you, and feel like I have been riding the last 20 years as one of you. There is a reason Texas is called the Lone Star State and it can be found in the feelings and words of the Silent Skulls Lone Bikers Club.

After reading and viewing your entire site I realize that this is the sort of club for me. After all the rules and back biting of being a full patch holder, thinking that all clubs are on power trips, but now I know the differences. After reading the club philosophy I believe I want to apply and I will fit in well.

Greetings from the Great White North (Canada). Way back in 1972 when I was 14 years old, I was walking home from my part time job at a local grocery store at about 11 o'clock at night. A lone rider on a Harley past me wearing a Lone Rider patch, it was the coolest thing I'd ever seen at the time. A few months later I saw my first Easy Riders magazine. I was hooked. The pictures of lone riders on distant highways gave me a sense of freedom that I had to have. Since then I've seen the dark side of biking and came to the conclusion that the gang scene is not for me. I've been riding for 28 years now and I've owned and still own everything from Japanese street and dirt bikes to Triumphs, Norton's and Harleys. Every friend that I call a friend rides a motorcycle of one make or another. These people are my extended family. But at the same time, I like to ride alone. I've been an active member of the Canadian bike club up here in Canada, but I mostly enjoy riding alone. Please send me a prospective application to the Silent Skulls. I can see me riding down a lonely Canadian highway wearing the Lone Bikers colors with pride......

I've rode all my life, even when I wore my patch, I still rode alone in my own world. I had to retire my patch because I couldn't give my club the attention it deserved after my sons were born. I've been checking out your website for awhile now. I really enjoy what I see and Damn if everything in it doesn't sound and feel familiar. Point being, I would be honored if I received an application. I ride a 79 FX. Thanks for your time.

 

Fellow To be New Brothers and Sisters. I have gone thru your web page and I love what I have seen and read. My name is John, I own a 78 Honda that I just can't seem to force myself to sell. I am trying to put my first Chopper together. It is a really cool hunt. As far as parts go. I will be sending my membership fee in really soon. like I said I really like what you stand for. I hope to see my new Brothers an Sisters at the Laughlin River Run. It is on the last weekend of April. In Laughlin Nevada. I hope to see you soon. 

Great site! I had found it totally by accident, and spent the better part of the last hour reading everything about the SS's. It sounds exactly like what I've been looking for. I just dropped a group of long-time riding buds, because the whole thing got to be a power trip for the "Road Captain". I've ridden alone from Quebec to Texas and beyond. I have never known there was anyone else who would feel the same way I do about being a lone biker.

This is a club where I get to be proud of the fact that I just don't care that I'm not riding in a group, and where no one expects me to ride somewhere just because everyone else is....how about that!  As soon as I can squirrel away the money without pissing off the wife, I will send off for the membership.  Thanks for the site!

I am interested in becoming a member of Silent Skulls Lone Bikers MC. I live in PEI Canada and have seen this patch on some of my travels but never had opportunity to speak with any member.

Please send me 2 applications, my wife and I would like to join as soon as we get our tax relief check.

Well, my husband is 36 and has been riding his whole life, and I have just begun riding last summer. He has been in a few MC clubs and I have been in a riding club that he is now in. We are tired of all the BS that comes with all the club stuff but just like to enjoy riding with some of our friends and feel some of the camaraderie without all the BS. So what do we got to do to get signed up?

Better introduce myself first....known as Mack to most...My name is Andy and I've been looking at your web site ... I think it would be great to join your club. I am a definite lone biker....riding alone is the freedom to live right...no others to change your direction on the road or in life....And maybe I'll be your first club member from Ireland... :) ... I was going to join a local MC club but when I saw what my brother went through while a prospect I decided that it was not for me....  But when I read about The Silent Skulls Lone Bikers MC... I knew that it is something to which I am in need to be part of...To identify myself as a REAL Lone Biker...

I have been riding for 40 plus years. The best motorcycle in the the world isthe one I am on at any time. I don't follow well. I am not interested in leading. I found your web site. Read your creed and philosophy and concluded I have probably been a Silent Skull most of my life. Perhaps I should make it official. Please send me an application.

I have been to your home page now several times, and have shown it to my wife.  Silent skulls seems to be what we have been looking for.  We love to just get on and ride.  If we have some others with us great, if not great.  Just love to ride.  Looking forward to hearing from you.

Yes, I'm working now. I'm the only future SSLB  in Holland working on the first Christmas day. My Christmas wish is that the application I sent few days ago, should have already arrived in the states. Greetings from the Netherlands

Howdy!
I'm not sure how I stumbled onto Silent Skulls M/C, but I'm glad I did.  I've always been a loner of sorts.  I'm not a conformist but not a rebel either.  I'm simply a guy who lives and let lives.  Silent Skulls sounds like something I've belonged to my whole life, so I might as well formalize the deal. Thanks for being there.

When I read your web site, I knew that your club stood for an honorable
belief. Not being afraid to be one with yourself and face all that it
entails. Freedom is the greatest gift we are born with, and the hardest to hold on to.

I have been reading through your web site for the last 5 - 6 months and I have decided that the Silent Skulls is the club for me. My whole life I have done things in my own way, and thus, I never really fit into any of the clubs I was in before. I think the Silent Skulls club would give me what I have been looking for without all the bullshit rules and expectations to go with it. Please send me an application. I am looking forward to hearing from you and I appreciate your time.

After seeing patients all day and keeping up appearances for their sake, my wife and I want nothing more than to hit the road and ride the Harley till way past dark. We've paid our dues in more ways than one and can't deal with the petty rules and shit traditional clubs require during prospecting. Please send an application my way so I can join in this silence too.

I have recently stumbled into your web site, I find your philosophy to be a lot like I run my life. I would like to join, have read every page on your site and have determined that its for me, what will be the fastest way to join ? Please let me know the procedure if it is and I will join immediately, were getting late in the season in The New England area here probably about 2/3rds of the season is gone. Would love to have my patch to display before the season is out.

Greetings, Silent Skulls!
I have been visiting your website for about a year. I have visited many biker club sites, but this one stands out because it makes me feel right at home. I know that lone wolf riding would be for me. I own a KX-250 and have been playing in the dirt, and will be getting a Hog soon. I'm not sure how long you have to have been riding before you can become a Silent Skull, but when I become street-wise it is my desire to become a member. If accepted, I will wear the colors proudly. Take Care Brothers and Sisters!

I am really impressed by your attitudes and the way you go about things.  I'd like an application and am very much interested in what you are about.  It's very Zen and almost sounds Tao.  

I've have always been riding after my own rules why haven't I seen you before.

I am interested in your club. I find the possibility of riding alone and still being a part of something interesting.

I know a lot of bikers in other clubs but  I don't have the commitment to do what they do, but I do respect them as a biker person and their commitment. I would like to show my pride as a biker and an individual but I don't want any problems with the outlaw bikers etc... 

I've been a silent skull for several years now without ever realizing it.  I
tried doing the club thing, but I just couldn't stand trying to follow
someone else's rules.  The only way to control of your time, safety and
satisfaction is to put your trust in yourself.  Running on my own
schedule, and going to the places where I want to go...what a concept!
This is just what I've been looking for.  A loner, and damn proud of it...

Dig your site and dig your attitude even more!  Met a few Skulls before I moved from California and rode back to NY.  2 months worth of highway and 6000 miles later, I haven't been able to get the ideas/ motto/attitude of the Silent Skulls out of my head. This tells me it's the right place to be. I've never wanted to join a club before, but I live and breath motorcycles and something about this club just sticks to my ribs! Please send me an application for membership. 

I guess when I wrote last time I got someone at silent skulls pissed off or something because you did not write back. All I was trying to do is find out about the info because I could not open the mail for what ever reason I don't know. But I am a lone biker and agree with your club creed. Could you send it again please  I did not mean to insult any silent skulls I want to become one.  Thanks for your time yours truly. 

I'm very happy to say I found this group or none group.....I've recently got a new bike, (after not having one for 5 years) , A bran spankin new Yamaha and I'm very interested in joining this none club . I love my new bike and all bikers. I don't give any shit and don't want any shit! Please send me the info I may need.

In my typical loner ass backwards way of doing shit, I have been checking out your website for awhile now. It is a bit confusing but what the hell so am I. What you represent I liked, so I sent a check in the mail this morning for membership.  I guess there's an application I'm supposed to fill out first but I don't need it because I have always been one of you! You'll have my check in a few days.  I'll complete the application later in life and return it.

Hi guys, First let me say what a great thing your doing with a club like this for us bikers who just want to be left alone and ride as we choose with all bikers and motorcycles. I'm 29, have been riding a Harley for 7 years, but never liked the initiations and rules of the "hardcore" clubs, and the rules of the more righteous clubs. Maybe it is the rules I do not like? Than here you are, seems like just what I'm looking for. I ride by your creed and want to become a silent skull member. Could you send me a application.

I got my own reasons for riding alone and I always do it with pride. Please send me an application to Silent Skulls.

Greetings fellow Lone Bikers!
I have been riding the world searching for a club like yours. I live for the RIDE... Not the MAKE/MODEL. I am eager to send the $110 membership fee, I just want to know if there is an app. I need to fill out. If not, then just shoot an e-mail back to me so I can mail my money order away and sport my Silent Skull colors.

I am interested in membership in your club. I have always ridden alone so why not join a club that's full of lone riders. Sounds like a good idea to me. Ride safe, far, and FREE.

Hi this sounds great.  I have been riding street bikes about 14 years and dirt bikes since age 5.  I have owned 2 Harley's, 1Kawasaki, and several Honda street bikes and about 12 dirt bikes. I used to think the name was important but I suppose I am getting older because it now seems more about just being out there and enjoying the wind in my face.  Please send me some info may have others who are interested in this type of club no hassles just the brotherhood of riding.  I now have a 1982 Goldwing it was a dresser but now it is stripped with just leather bags and gutted pipes and I love to fire her up and put the rubber on the road I am Daytona bound in about an hour I live 2 hours away so I gotta go but again I like your idea you guys sound like true brothers.  See ya on the road. 

What is with Silent Skulls.  Are you just starting out?  this web page hasn't been updated for a while . is this just a money maker that didn't pan out ? I like the idea of silent skulls but I'm not going to toss my money away . if you would send out more info or even update your web page just to show some life , I would like to join. I'll keep an eye out to see what's what.

I am interested in more information about the silent skulls, such as how many female members do you have?  Or is that not something you keep track off?  I would like to hear more about becoming a member. 

Hello out there!  Anybody hear me?  When I ride, it's usually just me or me and my wife on her bike. We don't like a lot of the BS that you have to deal with, with most clubs.  It sounds like this is the place I have been looking for.  I hate using "old hat", but I have always stuck to myself as a "lone wolf" type.  Don't get me wrong, if somebody needs help I'm there in a flash. What I would like to know about are the "rules".  Everybody has them, guess everybody needs them sometimes.  I would like to know what I would be getting myself into.  Is this a "For Life" kind of deal, or can I go my own way if so choose? I live in central Mississippi.  Are there any Silent Skulls members here?  I have a ton of questions, but not much time right now.  Hopefully Y'all can answer some or all of my questions.  Who knows, I might find out that I "belong" with Y'all. Ride safe, often, and keep it between the ditches, Rob (INTRUDN) P.s.  I would like some background (history) on this club if it is permitted this way.


I hate to admit I like your attitude, but, I do like your attitude.  I want to join you assholes, an independent, like in college when I was referred to as a "GDI", or Goddamn Independent because I wouldn't pledge a Fraternity.  I want to join your outfit, non-outfit, whatever you do to become a member, and I want to wear the patch.

We have a many member in our local Club. We are very dissatisfied with the way our members are being treated. We are  not a club but a political legislative group. We tried to organize as a club.

GUYS,
IS SILENT SKULLS FOR REAL? NO PUTDOWNS OR OUT CASTS? ALL ARE WELCOME? I DON'T RIDE WITH A GROUP AS A RULE, BUT SOMETIME I MIGHT IF THE CAUSE IS WORTHY OR I LIKE THE PEOPLE. SOME GROUPS GET TO PUSHY IN THE BE A MEMBER OR GET OUT DEPT. I WANT TO COME AND GO AS I PLEASE AND RIDE WHAT WANT (OR HAVE). IT WOULD BE NICE TO BE A PART AND STILL BE APART. HEY THAT'S GOOD!
USE IT IF YOU WANT. WRITE ME, PLEASE! 

Boy this is me! I'm a lone rider! I've seen MC clubs start and fall. I'm  Friends with everyone. But if I join a regular club the s--t hits the fan. I don't care what a person rides, it's riders not the bike that matters! "Any two wheels is OK"  I ride a full dress HD 97 FLHT also Honda Hawk 80 400 gave a Honda 72 750 CB to a fellow rider who needed a ride, he appreciated it. Okay the one question I have to ask! Are the Silent Skulls  "live and let live" with other folks and Clubs

" I don't want to piss off the Gods, if you know what I mean."

I am not into the idea of "prospecting" and all the other men crap most other clubs require of prospectors! Also, being female, it pisses me off that most of these clubs are boys-only! The number of women's clubs is small, and the majority copy the stupid ways of the original boys clubs. I want the camaraderie, the sense of belonging to something bigger, the cool jacket etc. But I'm to old for BS. Send me my shit so I can ride as I choose and be left alone. 

Hey Bros, I've been riding for a lots of years, tried lots of clubs, but never quite felt like a part of them. Have always been an outrider, loner. Sounds like your club describes me pretty well. The wife and I ride together, she rides a Honda and I ride a Harley, what the heck, she leads, I lead, she follows, I follow and we also ride side by side when it is safe. We have been riding together for fifteen years now. We love motorcycle riding and love to be on the road alone together. Have looked into many clubs but they are run like a business and want us to show up most of the time to work. We want to belong but not really. Your philosophy is right on, it is us and you are the club we are looking for. Please send two applications for our biker family.

I'm interested in membership please send application plus more info about if you have chapters I have a group of friends that I ride with  but we do not fly colors few of us have been in hardcore clubs have gotten long of tooth still hard riders just tired of usual club bullshit.

This club sounds perfect for me. I have been riding for a couple of years now and been wanting to join a club without all the restrictions and provisions. It sounds like a good idea. Please send me an application and info as to where the application and the check should be sent. 

Seems as though being a lone biker has been a major part of my life for about the last 20+ years.  I've been an HD rider since I was 17 and understand that freedom starts when you're in the wind.  Enough said for now--please send me an application as soon as you can.

Hello , I would like to fill out an application . I use to be fast and crazy now I'm just fat and lazy . I ride all the time , Big cruisers with a touch of loud pipes and wild paint jobs. I like to camp and spend a lot of time alone with my son . I am a Tattoo artist ( 30 years ) and I like your Patch. I also like what it stands for .                            

I'm 22 and just finishing my first season.  One of the main things I discovered about motorcycling this year is group rides are never as cool as solo rides. Your always waiting to leave, stopping for someone, going to slow, going to fast....you get the point. I like the sound of your un-club.  A meeting place to share stories and the love of motorcycles. Please send me an application. PS. Have you thought of adding a mech. tips and tales section to your sight? I'm sure most of the lone bikers out there do their own work and would have things to share.

Dear Sirs and Ladies skulls,
I have been riding for about 15 years, and put about 400 miles a week on my bike commuting and riding for pleasure (OK, so it's All pleasure). Anyway, for one reason or another I have been loath to join any of the clubs that I have run into. Mainly due to heavy personalities and politics. I am highly interested in the Silent Skulls and what you stand for. A good friend of mine is a member. Please send me an application. 

I've been looking for a club/group, but I'm not an outlaw biker and I like being clean, so I've had a little trouble finding one that I'm right for and one that's right for me. Anyway, when I ran across the SSLB web site, I thought this is it! The club I've been looking for. Would you please send me an application.

Hello! I have just gotten through reading your page. My god I love it. You see I'm 18 and ,well I'm a lone biker too its hard too be in high school . but when you have a goatee and long hair you learn fast how to get by alone. Man your like all my dreams come true. I want to be a Silent Skull, its already my mark . Please send me an membership form . Its like you believe in the same shit I do. I thought was the only one but damn this made my night if you need my addy write back , I look forward to hearing from you.

I found your web page and liked what I saw! I would be proud to wear a patch only worn by other like minded people. Can you e-mail an application (ugh! I hate that word)? No hurry, of course. Whenever you get a chance between rides.

Hi SSLB, I've been riding for a few years now. Tried  riding with the groups around the area, but couldn't get the satisfaction I get riding alone. That is one of many reasons I would like to apply  for an application to your  organization. I know the pride and respect one must have to become a "Patch Holder".  Please consider me for your organization.                      

I have never seen a motorcycle club like the SS/LB, but I like what I see. I would greatly appreciate an application for the Highway Membership 

I heard about SS/LB about 3 years ago when I was a sportbiker and thought it was an awesome idea.  Unfortunately, due to other obligations (military), I sold the bike. Well, now I'm back and ready for an application. I have a 1988 Honda SuperMagna which draws more attention then any sportbike I've ever owned. Plus, I don't have to prove how cool I am to all the local sportbikers by doing dangerous stuff like wheelies and racing. I can just get on and go my own way. Perfect SSLB attitude, which I've always enjoyed doing my own thing instead of group riding anyway.

Hey Bros, I've been riding for a lots of years, tried lots of clubs, but never quite felt like a part of them. Have always been an outrider, loner. Sounds like your club describes me pretty well. The wife and I ride together, she rides a Honda and I ride a Harley, what the heck, she leads, I lead, she follows, I follow and we also ride side by side when it is safe. We have been riding together for fifteen years now. We love motorcycle riding and love to be on the road alone together. Have looked into many clubs but they are run like a business and want us to show up most of the time to work. We want to belong but not really. Your philosophy is right on, it is us and you are the club we are looking for. Please send two applications for our biker family.

I am a woman biker and proud of it, I am a bad-ass too and proud of it. I ride with my Hog between my legs and nothing else! I am a lone biker and want to belong to something that is nothing. I read the application and like that you don't want to know age or gender of members. I like that because I am not young and sick and tied of all the men shit the other clubs throw my way. I don't take shit and don't want to give any shit! I just want to be left alone with my Hog between my legs. I want to belong to silent skulls but don't want to report to silent skulls. If I join I will be one of your anonymous members who will just disappear into the sunset. Just me and my Hog.

Hey There,
Your Lone Rider theory describes me to a "T". I love to travel to different parts of the Northeast by myself but also like to ride with a couple of friends at times. It's great to know that there's a lot of us out there just doing our own thing and if we happen to run into a fellow member, that would be great too! So, please get me that application soon. Ride Safe Silent Skulls.

This club sounds perfect for me. I have been riding for a couple of years now and been wanting to join a club without all the restrictions and provisions. It sounds like a good idea. Please send me an application and info as to where the application and the check should be sent. Thanks

To whom it may concern,
I have been riding for a little over a year and I have checked into a few different clubs, however I don't want to have to attend meeting, pay dues, or sign my bike over to do so, your club describes exactly what I am looking for please send me any information that is not in your web site about your club as well as an application.

Hey There,
Your Lone Rider theory describes me to a "T". I love to travel to different parts of the Northeast by myself but also like to ride with a couple of friends at times. It's great to know that there's a lot of us out there just doing our own thing and if we happen to run into a fellow member, that would be great too! So, please get me that application soon. Ride Safe Silent Skulls.

Seems as though being a lone biker has been a major part of my life for about the last 20+ years.  I've been an HD rider since I was 17 and understand that freedom starts when you're in the wind.  Enough said for now--please send me an application as soon as you can. Thanks.

Hello , I would like to fill out an application . I use to be fast and crazy now I'm just fat and lazy . I ride all the time , Big cruisers with a touch of loud pipes and wild paint jobs. I like to camp and spend a lot of time alone with my son . I am a Tattoo artist ( 30 years ) and I like your Patch. I also like what it stands for .                

I'm 22 and just finishing my first season.  One of the main things I discovered about motorcycling this year is group rides are never as cool as solo rides. Your always waiting to leave, stopping for someone, going to slow, going to fast....you get the point. I like the sound of your un-club.  A meeting place to share stories and the love of motorcycles. Please send me an application. PS. Have you thought of adding a mech. tips and tales section to your sight? I'm sure most of the lone bikers out there do their own work and would have things to share.

Finally a group that isn't a group at all! Please send me an application to become a member.  Tired of riding where and when everyone else what's to ride,  stopping every time some else has to take a leak, conforming to someone else's damn riding style.  I don't know about everyone else, but I ride so I can unconfirm to everyone else, and ride as long and as hard as I want to ride.  Anyway if you could e-mail me an application it would be much appreciated.

Dear Skulls:
Thank you for the information.  I am glad to know that the silent skulls are everything that I had hoped they were.  I wish I would have found out about the club years ago.  I filled out the application and the check is in the mail.  I hope you will give me favorable consideration for membership.

Only by a stroke of luck did I happen to come  up on your site. If ever anybody has hit it right on the head, you have. As a former member of a club, I can appreciate the ability to ride free. This is what I have been looking for. I want to sent the money now, but I see I need an application. The sooner the better. 

Please send me an application! Been riding for 20 years plus on Harleys. Have rode with 3 clubs in past, hard lifestyle that's for damn sure.

Dear Sirs, I am interested

E-mail me the application I heartily subscribe to the "karma" of a lone biker. I ride when I want to, with whom I want to and where I want to. I have tried the local MC's and found too many rules regulations and "have to's" to want to stay a part of them. Y'all sound like my kind of group.

Here's my tale of lone biking in the UK last year. 
What do you know about the MC vs MCC thing? In the UK I was told that ONLY outlaws wear MC colors. If you want to start say, a Norton Motorcycle Club it has to be Norton MCC and not MC. So what about the Skulls in the UK? MC?

Just found your site; looks bitchin'.  This seems like a club I can get behind - never did care for crowd scenes.  If there's an application to fill out, float one my way. 

Send application for membership in the 'skulls'. Hate to join or belong to any organization that has rules, dues, and meetings. Ride alone. Sounds like the kind of 'club'  a loner can really get his/her teeth into. Thanks. Ride safe. 

I just came across your site,  very interesting, as you seem to have the same philosophy as I do on riding motorcycles.  I ride a Harley and am fed up with attitudes I get from cagers and sometimes from other Harley riders. I ride alone almost always. I ride a Harley because I've always wanted one and when my kid turned 18, I finally got one.  I always stop to help another biker and I always acknowledge and respect all other bikers regardless of make.  I would like to become a Silent Skull member,  if I need a application, please send one, if I don't get it in a couple of weeks I'll just send a check.   Thanks!

Hi! Was checking out your biker site. Pretty cool!
Question for you, do you have organized rides like by state. For example, I live in Florida. There is a big Key West run coming up. Is there a way to organize a run with fellow  Silent Skulls? Not that I care of course, it is just so much damn fun riding alone that I wouldn't even give it a second thought. But just out of curiosity for the wimpy riders that like to have company...do you offer such a thing?

 

 

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