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 177 Entries
 Chaplain Dave

Gentlemen:

I observed one of your members riding thru Frankfort, Kentucky on Versailles Road on August 20, 2017, approximately 4:00 pm.

You have a nice website and I am looking forward hearing from you.

 Anonymous

I prefer to remain anonymous for now. Izod i have some questions for you please shoot me an email.

Answer: Anonymous, your email address doesn't work

 Robert

"The Iron Order decided to venture down a road that was never intended by it's founders," What did IOMC do ? Your website mentions this a lot but never says what it is. What did the IOMC do?

Answer: Robert, The IOMC changed from being a law abiding club to being a harder core 1% type club. They publically try to cling to their law abiding roots however the change the leaders made to the way the club runs and how it operates internally and externally conflicts totally with those roots. The Iron Order's actions have put them on the OMG list in many states, military bases, local communities, and the club world. They are recognized by law enforcement and the MC community as a club that emulates the outlaw 1% way of conducting it's business and the Iron Order leaders have embraced this mentality. Consequently they are embroiled in 3 wrongful death law suits for people they have killed. They have been involved in 11 shootings over the past 19 months and countless other violent confrontations with other clubs and the public. There is much more to what they did and do but you will have to research that. What is said here is factual public knowledge and is extensively documented in the biker community. It is because of all these changes that the leaders and members who follow those leaders founded the ILMC in 2015 to go back to being the law abiding club living by our founding principles. Thanks for asking. Hope this helps.

 Peanut

Thanks Big Rick!! Looking forward to opening up some opportunities in Montana. Can't wait to talk to more people!

 E. Corrigan

It's awesome to see a club holding to the old traditions here in Montana. I'd sure love to meet some and get to know them!

 Allen Cunningham

Is this an off shoot of the iron order?

Answer: We get asked this question from time to time but thankfully less and less as time goes on. Let me make this very clear. Not only NO.............but Hell NO! We state on this website in several spots that we have nothing to do with the Iron Order and will have nothing to do with that club. Three years ago they voted to change to become a "real MC" whatever that definition is. The result has been three years of violent confrontations and bad headlines. We are nothing like that. Thank you for asking so we have the opportunity to clear that up for you.

 Carol Barry

A pleasure to talk to a few members and see the appreciation and respect they show as a club. Ride Safe

 Warren Warnick

Just like to say I'm happy for you guys doing your own thing...and high to all the slower Delaware crew.. ride safe and keep the rubber side down...

2many for president

 Timmy Jacob

Hey bro my name is Timmy Jacob, just wanna say hi and see how it is going my bro Cavman is in the KY club

 Esperanza Evans

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 Pitbull

any chapters coming to Iowa- Des Moines? i'm interested .Thanks

 Dennis Berry

On my way home from work today, my wife and I saw a couple of your brothers on their baggers. Saw the Patch and when I got home I google your Mc. I like everything I read and what your club stands for. I am a husband, father of 4 boys. I am currently looking into buying another bike right now. I am interested in your club. I live here in Houston, Tx. Would like some more info on how to join your club. Thanks in advance for any troubles and God Bless.

 Bill Brabant

I saw one of your members riding in largo Fl. Had to look up the club, my respects to you all. What an awesome oath to live and rude by. Hope to see more of you cruising around in fl. Ride safe gents.

 Tommy Knight

Thanks for stopping by TNT Antiques where WALKING DEAD Bar Episode was filmed! Great bunch of gents and ladies! Hope ya'll enjoyed and had a
safe ride! Stop by anytime!!

 Anthony Currey

Hello, I was once an IOMC member but have since left their ranks. I left them on good terms but had to leave due to the new status they managed to find themselves on a list which would've caused my employment to be terminated. I loved what they started out to be and what the ILMC IZOD and the originals have tried to maintain. I am currently considering becoming ILMC and would like to know what the clubs position is on the IOMC?

Sincerely HighStick

Answer: Anthony, Our position on the IOMC is simply nothing. We have nothing to do with them, want nothing to do with them, and we have nothing for them. They have labeled us a hostile club. They have done nothing but have problems with every motorcycle club out there. So we take the high road and leave them to their own problems. We have no problems with other clubs and have gained respect of others by maintaining our original standards of HILTH and minding our own business. Hope this helps.



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