Are you a religion based club?
Most definitely not! The word “trinity” only means “a group of three closely related persons or things”. In our case trinity means, “Man, Woman and Machine”, the heart and soul of what we are about, men, women and their machines.
Are you “1%ers”?
Again, no. While we have nothing whatsoever against the “1%” Clubs and respect them for their dedication to their MC and the brotherhood they have created, and we have attended their events and supported their various causes, we have chosen to go in a different direction.
What is the criteria for membership in the Iron Trinity?
That part is pretty simple, all you need is to own your own motorcycle, 750 cc’s or larger, V-twin style engine (no “sport” type bikes, eg: Ninja, Katana, Hayabusa, etc.) and a valid motorcycle license. While American made bikes hold a special place in our hearts, all makes are welcome.
Do you allow women in your Club?
Women can be a part of the club as associate members when brought in by a full patch member.
Can my “wife/girlfriend” join with me, riding only as a passenger?
Women can be a part of the club as associate members when brought in by a full patch member. This type of membership enjoys all the rights and privileges of full membership with the exception of voting or holding an officers position. The Club patch for an associate differs from that of full members in that it consists of the warrior center patch with an ITMC bar beneath it. Wives and girlfriends are allowed to ride as a passenger even if there is no interest in becoming an associate.
How do I become a member of the Iron Trinity MC?
THAT is the slightly harder part. Membership in our Club is earned. You don’t “buy-in” to our Club by getting a vest and some patches. All members of our Club must show a dedication to the Club and what it stands for. We are more than riding companions, we are family and we watch out for each other, enjoy each others company and support one another. We also actively support various charitable organizations and causes and all members are expected to pitch in when and where necessary.
The first step is to join us on one of our rides or meet up with us at one of our nights out at a local bar and pool hall we often spend time at (Stevie B’s in Onset, MA). Introduce yourself to any one of us, get to know us and we’ll get to know you. After we hang around together we’ll all mutually decide if you should become a “prospect”, if that is your interest, for the Club which may eventually lead to full membership.
Our colors are something we wear with pride and respect because they mean something to us. The center patch of a skeleton and sword represents the trinity of man, woman and machine. The skeleton represents man and his timeless quest for the ultimate journey. The sword symbolizes woman, by the design at the base of the blade which is the celtic symbol for the three phases of womanhood. The three phases are innocence, nurturer and the wisdom of age. The V at the end of the sword hilt represents machine, symbolizing the V-twin engine.