The Iron Order Motorcycle Club is one of the fastest-growing motorcycle clubs in the United States of America
The Iron Order Motorcycle Club is one of the fastest-growing motorcycle clubs in the United States of America. The Iron Order Motorcycle Club was formed in Jefferson, Indiana in 2004. They are technically not a one-per center motorcycle club but embrace the traditions of outlaw motorcycle gangs (OMG). This has resulted in deadly altercations with some of their rivals.
The Iron Order Motorcycle Club consists of mostly military, police officers, prison guards, and other government employees.
The History Of The Iron Order Motorcycle Club
The Iron Order has eight founding members. They founded it with the aim of making it like the motorcycle clubs of the 1960s and yet they still maintain that they are not a criminal organization.
The club was founded in 2004, and in April 2005, they opened their first clubhouse in Louisville, Kentucky. In their first year, the club had already opened six chapters in six different states. The members of the Iron Order wear a three-piece patch with a State bottom rocker. Their use of the State bottom rocker angered one-per center clubs and resulted in a number of dangerous altercations between the clubs.
Members of the Iron Order Motorcycle Club are law enforcement personnel by training. They maintain that they still remain true to those principles. They call themselves a law-abiding club, and have distanced themselves from other motorcycle clubs linked to criminal activities. They often cooperate with law enforcement, something that outlaw motorcycle gangs rarely ever do.
Police officers in the United States view the Iron Order Motorcycle Club as a force for good fighting against the one-per center motorcycle clubs.
There are very few motorcycle clubs that divide opinion the way that these guys do. They have perfectly associated themselves with what people perceive as the right side of the law. Another way of looking at this is to say that they think that they are above the law.