Vice President I 1%ers And Motorcycle Clubs I (2023)


CHECK OUT DEMONS ROW CLOTHING!!! The number 2 position in every 1%er,MC or any type of club the Vice president the VP is a very tough position a lot of control over the club. A good VP and your president is strong and loved a weak VP and you have a president with a full plate and a grimy VP and you have a hated President. We get into the responsibilities of a VP in a MC. We get into it on this episode of Demons Row TV!
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On this episode of demons row tv, we discuss the number two to the head honcho.

The vice president a very vital important part of every 1%er and motorcycle club.

And we get into it on this episode of demons row tv.

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And today, we're going to talk about it vice president the vp for short, the number two man to the head honcho that's, the president of any 1%er or motorcycle club.

This position is key to the president's success, a bad vp.

And your president is toast a good one.

And your president is loved by the membership.

We're gonna get into it.

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A vp can make or break a president.

So if you're starting a club or you're, the president of an established club, you have to choose your vp very wisely, because your vp is your bridge to the members.

The vp runs the chapter.

He makes sure everybody stays in their lane while the president is doing what he got to do.

If the vp is not a good vp that president has a lot on his plate.

So that's, the most important person for you as a president is your vice president.

You have to pick somebody that, you know, you can rely on.

And that also doesn't want your spot.

They have their hands on everything.

They give the schedule to the club of events.

Everything that's going on.

They got their hands in everything the financials, you know, the club management all money.

They know everything that's going on.

They know the pulse of the club.

So that can be used against a president, if it's not a good vp, he keeps the president up to date on the good and the bad of every member in the club.

If somebody's messing up the vp goes to the president lets him know, what's going on.

He keeps him in tune with everything that's going on the sergeant-at-arms moves with the president and protects him while the vp does him with the majority of the members when the sergeant arms gives out fines.

The vp is the one who consults it.

The vp is the one who runs the table in meetings, he's a very vital part of the structure of the way.

Churches run like he really takes care of everything in the club.

The day-to-day the way the table runs like, he handles all of that hit that like button if you're getting value from this.

But if you have your president come up to you and tells you that he wants you to be his vp.

I need you to understand that.

This is not a when we get to church.

We find out what's going on type of deal.

This is like a 24 hour operation like you need time.

A lot of people tell me like yo, so she would be a great president.


I look at all the work that they have to put in, and it takes a lot, and you need a vp that is super solid.

So that's, not an easy job.

And if you have a lot like, if you got goals and you're trying to pursue stuff and all that it is not the position for you, because it is a lot of work.

And you got to be really dedicated to be a vice president of a club.

Now when you're forming up and you're gonna ride in formation, you'll have the president to the left, and the vp will be to his right.

They will always leave the front of the pack when you're riding.

So a lot of clubs are different.

I know most clubs have it pvp sergeant-at-arms and then so on.

And so on, depending on the the rest of the pecking order for your club.

But the vp is always front and center with the president in a pack.

Now if you have a president that is bugging and he's messing up and he's doing things that maybe he needs to be removed, or maybe he don't need to be removed.

Maybe he's just messing up.

The vp is the one that holds him accountable to be a good vp.

I think that ambition to be in a higher position should be out of your mind.

If you want the president's spot, you will be his biggest enemy.

A vp can crumble a president because a vp is the bridge to the members.

So you have the pulse of the club.

The president is a little detached from that.

He more deals with the sergeant-at-arms.

Everybody goes through chain of command.

They holler at you, you holler at him.

And then you make the moves together.

I say, if you have ambition the best way to do it, the most honorable way is when elections come up.

You put your hat in the ringer.

You talk to brothers.

And you say, look, I want to run the club.

These are ideas.

I have what do you think about that, but to like down talk, your brother to make him look bad to everybody else, that's going to be a bad vp that would do that a bad vp can bury a good president, a lazy, vp will make the president do all the work.

I think that a vp may be the most important position as a president who you pick positioning wise to make your charter strong.

Now a sergeant-at-arms has to be that person that really, you know, it's between vp and sergeant arms that's.

Why they're at the top of the spectrum, you need a sergeant of arms that's going to protect the club to protect you by all means necessary and get you out of bad situations, but a vp has to do all the stuff that nobody wants to do like that's that's, the real to it like they got to be into it.

The most they got to be their heart and soul got to be into the club for the club to really succeed, a weak vp.

And your club is going to be weak, even if you have other strong members, if he's assuming that position of control and power, it can weaken the club, regardless of you know, how strong the other members are so hit me with a pound vp or a pound vice president.

If you actually are president, a matter of fact hit me with a pound, whatever your position you holds or pound I'm, a regular member me, I've been sergeant arms for a long time.

But now that I'm going strong with demons row tv.

I wanted to kick back just do my nomad thing and that's that's.

What works for me it's better for me? I can focus on what I got to do a vp needs to really focus on the club.

He can't really have too much extra going on or the club will falter so it's a lot of responsibility.

If you want to take that responsibility, on know, what you're getting into and it'll be best for the club.

If you have any questions on being a vice president or any other duties or protocol, you know, involving a vice president things that they handle in the club.

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What are the responsibility of vice-president in a motorcycle club? ›

The Vice-President supervises plans for club events and coordinates the committees. He also relays information between the President and the Members of the chapter. Any questions, comments or concerns of other committee members are brought to the Vice-Presidents attention.

What does 1 er mean to bikers? ›

One percenter

This is said to refer to a comment made in 1960 by William Berry, a former president of the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA), that 99% of motorcyclists were law-abiding citizens, implying the last one percent were outlaws.

How do you become a 1 percenter biker? ›

The American Motorcycle Association stated: “99% of the motorcycling public are law-abiding; there are 1% who are not.” Thus, the “1%” patch (Figure 1) is worn only by clubs immersed in criminality and large enough to defend the claim to be the “baddest of the bad” against all. The “one-percenter” patch.

What is a 1 percenter MC? ›

15 The Term “One-Percenter” Was Actually Coined By The AMA

Hooliganism and violence occurred and the AMA then said, “99% of the motorcycling public are law-abiding; there are 1% who are not.” The 1% patch and one-percenter term, as a motorcycle club subculture, came to stand thereafter.

What are 3 responsibilities of the vice president? ›

In addition to serving as presiding officer, the vice president has the sole power to break a tie vote in the Senate and formally presides over the receiving and counting of electoral ballots cast in presidential elections.

What are vice president duties and responsibilities? ›

Other than to succeed to the presidency upon the death or resignation of a president, a vice president's only constitutional duty is to preside over the Senate. Vice presidents cannot vote in the Senate, except to break a tie, nor may they formally address the Senate, except with the senators' permission.

Can anyone wear a 1 er patch? ›

Don't Wear 1%er or Outlaw Patches

(Such clubs are sometimes referred to as “one-percenters.”) Wearing a 1%er or outlaw patch identifies you as a member of such a club. If you're not a member, sporting such patches can be extremely dangerous for a number of reasons.

What does bikers code two fingers down mean? ›

It's our way of saying, “Hello! Keep the rubber side down, keep both wheels on the ground”. It signifies that the rider is wishing the fellow rider to stay safe and ride safe. Though there are many mysterious talks around the traditional biker wave, but let's leave it for some other day.

What is 81 biker? ›

In the United States and Canada, the Hells Angels are incorporated as the Hells Angels Motorcycle Corporation. Common nicknames for the club are the "H.A.", "Red & White", "HAMC", and "81". With a membership of over 6,000, and 467 chapters in 59 countries, the HAMC is the largest motorcycle club in the world.

What does 13 mean to bikers? ›

The letter M, being the 13th letter of the alphabet, often is said to stand for marijuana or motorcycle. Generally, it is assumed someone wearing a 13 patch is either a user of marijuana or other drugs, or is involved with the sale of them. The M also has been known to stand for "methamphetamine".

How long are you a prospect in a motorcycle club? ›

How long does it take to prospect for a MC? Three months to a year. The exact amount of time you might spend as a prospect of a motorcycle club can vary from club to club, but this is a good estimate. During this probationary period you can get a feel for the club and make sure you still really want to be a part of it.

What does 1% tattoo mean? ›

13.1 What Do 1% Tattoos Signify? The 1% tattoos represent motorcycle clubs that are involved in criminal activities and are not acknowledged by the American Motorcycle Association.

Why do bikers carry hammers? ›

the Ballpeen Hammer is often carried because it isn't classified as a weapon. You can carry it without worrying about getting hassled for carrying an illegal weapon since it is a needed tool.

Can I wear a Nomad patch? ›

Nomad MC Patch

Independent riders are free to wear nomad mc patches as they are not associated with any motorcycle clubs. Just make sure you follow the text and color rules.

Are Sons of Anarchy 1 percenter? ›

Outlaws are the 1 percent of riders who don't submit to AMA rules, hence the term "1%er." They're outlaws, and they are criminals. They're not outlaws because they're criminals. The aesthetic was pretty on point, as well. Outlaw bikers tend to wear denim and leather.

How much is the vice president paid? ›

The Vice President's salary is currently set at $235,100. This annual income has been frozen by Congress since at least 2014, when lawmakers included provisions holding the pay rates at 2013 levels during the Obama Administration.

What are the three requirements to be vice president? ›

Be a natural-born citizen of the United States. Be at least 35 years old. Have been a resident of the United States for 14 years.

Can the vice president be fired? ›

Article II, Section 4: The President, Vice President and all civil Officers of the United States, shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors. See, e.g., Va. Const.

What qualities should a vice president have? ›

Vice President Qualifications/Skills:

Demonstrated leadership presence and maturity. Impeccable judgment and ability to make sound decisions in a fast-paced, dynamic setting. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Executive-level presentation skills and ability to handle high-level client interactions.

What level is vice president? ›

A VP is a high-level senior executive who oversees the day-to-day operations of a broad division and implements the company's vision, policies, and goals. If an organization only has one VP, this person oversees the entire organization's operations.

What are the 5 requirements to be president? ›

Constitutional requirements for presidential candidates
  • Be a natural-born citizen of the United States.
  • Be at least 35 years old.
  • Have been a resident of the United States for 14 years.

What are the biker rules? ›

The Rules of Motorcycle Etiquette
  • Honor the code of the road. We all feel there's honor in riding, and as such, there's an unspoken code among riders that every responsible person is expected to follow. ...
  • Lend a hand when it's needed. ‍ ...
  • Pay attention. ...
  • Avoid sneak attacks. ...
  • Don't be a jerk. ...
  • Remember to wave.
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Can a girl be a Hells Angel? ›

Most other one-percenters M.C.s do not allow females to become full-patch members, but women are often club property or hold other functions within the tribe, so to speak, that many women desire. Membership in the Hells Angels is closed to blacks. And Latinos need not apply.

Why do motorcycle clubs call their vests cuts? ›

The vests are known as “cuts” because traditionally riders would cut off the sleeves of regular denim jackets to create the vests. This helped keep them cooler as well as allowed the jacket to fit better. So, you can call it a vest or a cut but in the bike world it is known as a cut.

What does it mean when a motorcyclist taps his helmet twice? ›

Cop or Speedtrap Ahead

Unlike a lot of the other signs it might be a little confusing if you haven't seen it before. If you pass a speed trap and you see another rider heading towards it warn them by taking your left hand and tapping the top of your helmet a couple times.

How do bikers say hello? ›

The "Biker Wave", the greeting between motorcyclists, is well known to us: it is a gesture of recognition, of friendship, which we do because we are part of a community, accomplices even without knowing each other. The basic concept is "Hello two-wheeled brother.

What does it mean when a biker sticks his leg out? ›

Dangling your leg into this high-speed airstream results in a significant force on the rider's leg as it acts like a small parachute, creating a turning moment by pulling the riders leg around his core. This in turn encourages a pull on the outside handlebar, further helping to turn the bike through counter-steering.

What does 86 mean in the biker world? ›

Eighty-six or 86 is American English slang used to indicate that an item is no longer available, traditionally from a food or drinks establishment, or referring to a person or people who are not welcome in the premises.

What does 66 mean biker? ›

"Running 66" - It's very rare but at times it's necessary to ride without a club patch or cut. This is also known as “riding incognito”.

Who is the Hells Angels biggest rival? ›

The Mongols Motorcycle Club is a long-time rival of the Hells Angels. National Geographic considered their biker war the deadliest organized crime group in history.

What does 69 13 mean? ›

Psalm 69:13 Shows Us the Psalmist's Humility in Prayer

In the abundance of his steadfast love, in his saving faithfulness, we are praying to the God who loves us so much with a steadfast love, the God who saves us from our sin and from death, the God who is faithful to us, we can trust his timing.

What does a 3% biker mean? ›

The group advocates gun ownership rights and resistance to the U.S. federal government. The group's name derives from the erroneous claim that "...the active forces in the field against the King's tyranny never amounted to more than 3% of the colonists..." during the American Revolution.

What does the bell mean for bikers? ›

These little bells, known in the motorcycling world as Gremlin Bells, Guardian Bells, or Spirit Bells, are a kind of good luck charm for motorcycle riders. The bell is said to protect them during their travels, similar to how a pendant or image of St.

Can you just quit a motorcycle club? ›

Joining an MC is something to think of as a lifetime commitment. If you must leave, you leave everything behind, including the patches. And you cannot escape. The only exception is when the member has been in the family for a long time; then he can be allowed to exit, and retire gracefully.

How long does the average person keep a motorcycle? ›

A motorcycle would typically travel between 20,000 and 50,000 miles. Most motorcycles are considered old after 50,000 miles.

What does 3 dots in a row tattoo mean? ›

The three dots tattoo represents “Mi Vida Loca,” which translates to “my crazy life.” It often means the struggles of the underprivileged and the minorities. It's a way of saying, “my life is crazy, but I'm thankful for it,” or “life may be crazy, but I'm still here.”

What does 3 dots tattoo mean? ›

The three dots tattoo is a common prison tattoo that represents “mi vida loca,” or “my crazy life.” It's not associated with any particular gang, but with the gang lifestyle itself. This tattoo is typically found on the hands or around the eyes.

What does a 3% tattoo mean? ›

The law center's website says the Three Percenters moniker refers to the “dubious” claim that only 3 percent of American colonists fought the British during the Revolutionary War.

What does vice president in a club mean? ›

The role of the club vice president can be summarized in one word: service. The vice president serves the president, other club officers, committees and the general membership. He or she is also expected to learn the duties of the president in order to fill in or take over as necessary.

What is the role of vice president in Rotary club? ›

The duty of the Vice President is to serve on the club's Board of Directors and fulfill all of the duties and responsibilities of the President due to the absence or incapacitation of the President. The Vice President may be appointed to represent the club in the President's stead at public events and ceremonies.

What are the qualities of a vice president of a club? ›

Vice President Qualifications/Skills:

Demonstrated leadership presence and maturity. Impeccable judgment and ability to make sound decisions in a fast-paced, dynamic setting. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Executive-level presentation skills and ability to handle high-level client interactions.

What comes after vice president in a club? ›

The critical leadership positions are the President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer. The club's officers and various event and committee chairs usually comprise the Board of Directors, which establishes policy and provides overall direction for all club activities.

Does vice president title mean anything? ›

What's a VP? A VP is a high-level senior executive who oversees the day-to-day operations of a broad division and implements the company's vision, policies, and goals. If an organization only has one VP, this person oversees the entire organization's operations.

What are the levels of vice president? ›

Hierarchy of vice presidents
  • President.
  • Joint President.
  • Deputy President.
  • First Executive Vice President (FEVP)
  • Senior Executive Vice President (SEVP)
  • Executive Vice President (EVP)
  • Senior Vice President (SVP)
  • Group Vice President (GVP)

What powers does a president of a club have? ›

The club president is responsible for setting and monitoring the goals of the club, running club meetings, appointing committee chairs and delegating tasks as necessary, recruiting, training and retaining members and maintaining regular communication with the lieutenant governor of his or her division.

Does the president of Rotary Club get paid? ›

Rotary Club President Salaries

What is the average salary for a President at Rotary Club in the United States? Based on our data, it appears that the optimal compensation range for a President at Rotary Club is between $543,783 and $899,924, with an average salary of $712,566.

What is the highest position in Rotary? ›

General Secretary and Chief Executive Officer.

What does an officer do in a club? ›

Runs club meetings. Appoints committee chairmen. Delegates tasks as necessary. Takes the lead in helping the club develop projects.

What are vice president hard skills? ›

Some of the most important hard skills a vice president can possess include general oversight, business development, and work with developing and managing strategic initiatives. Vice presidential candidates with experience in healthcare and real estate may also have the competitive edge.

How can I be a good VP? ›

Vice presidents are strong leaders. They must make confident and important decisions, often in lieu of the CEO or president. Communicating their ideas clearly, presenting new concepts or directions, and leading the company with clarity and transparency are essential to the role.

What makes a good club leader? ›

Represent the club at local, regional, and state level. Be a supportive leader for all club members. Act as a facilitator for club activities. Most importantly – ensure the planning and budgeting for the future is carried out in accordance with the wishes of the members.

How many positions are in a club? ›

All clubs should have a minimum of a President, Secretary/Treasurer, Vice President (president-elect), Communications Chair, Programming Chair, and Membership Chair.

What titles are above VP? ›

Here is a list of some well-known executive job titles, their primary responsibilities and average salaries:
  • Director of operations. ...
  • Vice president. ...
  • Chief executive officer. ...
  • Chief operating officer. ...
  • Chief information officer. ...
  • President. ...
  • Chief financial officer. ...
  • Chief compliance officer.
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What title is above vice president? ›

Typically, senior managers are "higher" than vice presidents, although many times a senior officer may also hold a vice president title, such as executive vice president and chief financial officer (CFO).

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