Books Have Always Been Part of my Life (Part 2)

My oldest brother Chacho took his position seriously. He lead the way for the rest of us. He lived life to the fullest, he experienced many things, he lived high on the hog, he also sought shelter under its belly. He always pushed things to the limit and sometimes beyond. Eventually his free spirit

Books Have Always Been Part of my Life (Part 1)

Reading has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. Even during my earliest memories I can recall my mom having 2 or more books going at once. Both my parents came to Michigan as migrant farm workers. They grew up following the crops. My dad dropped out of

Untitled Decree

I HOLD MYSELF TO A HIGHER STANDARD; BECAUSE I AM A BIKER........ I know I am a representative of a very large community. My actions reflect those of my peers. I make it a point to strive to be well organized, well groomed, to be educated, to be in control, to show respect. I

For My Brothers

We are few, but we are many. Living for the good times, there have been plenty. Who are these Brothers by my side? These are the men that won’t run & hide. It is with these Brothers I chose to stand. Shoulder to shoulder, man to man. It is to each other that we give our all. Picking each other up

Coming Full Circle

When I first got into this biker world, I spent a lot of time listening to the old timers, the Greybeards. I spent many hours hearing about the “old days” and how things used to be. I was always taught that before we can look to our future that we must first learn about

From the Heart…

You give us dirty looks when you see us wearing our colors. You try to avoid us in the stores. You lock your car doors when we pull up next to you at a stop light. You think we are the devil and a bad influence on your children. Yes we are bikers and

Our First Post

BIKERS FOR BOOKS  is the brainchild of 3 bikers from 3 different MC’s who shared a passion for reading almost as intense as their passion for being bikers. They enjoyed discussing books and literature as they crossed paths in the summer months while participating in biker runs and parties. More than bikers, these men are