Christian motorcycle clubs, ministries, organizations, and associations.
Non-denominational motorcycle outreach ministry covered under a church body at the local level and without officer positions or bylaws.
A passion for Christ and an interest in bikes. Contains salvation testimonies, and Holy Bible Gospel tracts.
Interdenominational fellowship of Christian motorcyclists located in several areas of Canada with the common goal of proclaiming the gospel of Jesus Christ to the world.
Gathering place for Christian sport bike enthusiasts. Conceived through prayer and committed to the spreading of God's Word throughout the sport bike community.
Covenant M/M is an international, Spirit-filled, non-denominational, Christian motorcycle ministry with a strong emphasis on brotherhood.
To share the love of Christian fellowship, motorcycles and the local church through safety, excellence and service. Affiliates in Grapevine and Dallas, TX.
A Christian club ministering within the outlaw motorcycle fraternity with chapters throughout Australia, New Zealand and the UK. Sydney, Australia chapter.
Boyertown, PA chapter of the Motorcyclists for Jesus Ministries.
Christian Biker Club based in Sweden.
A Christian brotherhood of bikers devoted to many areas of ministry across the United States and Canada.
An independent, evangelistic motorcycle ministry open to all makes and models, based in Chicago, Illinois.
ICBA is a ministry formed of Born Again bikers whose lives have been radically changed by Jesus. Chapters currently in Canada.
A biker/motorcyclist ministry of the Murrysville Alliance Church in Murrysville, PA.
A non-profit, all volunteer, democratic, member-driven biker ministry.
Motorcycle ministry with a mission to be the salt and the light of the world and minister to those who do not know Jesus. St. Augustine, Florida.
Includes beliefs, membership requirements, and photo gallery.
International Headquarters, Humble, Texas. An evangelistic motorcycle ministry reaching the outlaw biker world and people in all walks of life.
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