Motorcycle Club Fundraising Ideas

Motorcycle clubs vary a great deal in their objectives and organizations. They may sponsor sports events and annual or more frequent motorcycle rallies where members can socialize. Many clubs hold a fundraiser to promote awareness, for a member or member’s family in need or just to raise money for social events for the club or for a local charity. Fundraising can be challenging, but it can also be fun.

One of the biggest decisions is often deciding what type of fundraiser to do. In Indiana, The Elijah “Blackie” Pennington Whitewater Valley Motorcycle Club held a benefit ride to benefit a Richmond man who has cerebral palsy. In Jenkins Township, PA, a number of area bikers came out to the Susquehanna Brewing Co. in support of Project Fallen Ride to benefit local law enforcement officers and their families. Fundraisers by other Motorcycle Clubs include poker runs, motorcycle/auto shows, product sales, raffles, auctions, and dinners.

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Do-It-Yourself Motorcycle Club Fundraiser

You can also choose from a wide variety of motorcycle club DIY fundraising ideas to supplement your program. How about Snowmobile Drag Race, Flamingo Flocking, Squeegee Day, Night in Jail or thons of every type? Perhaps one of these successful and creative ideas can be adapted for your club’s fundraiser.

Womanless Beauty Pageant – Our street hockey league is having its annual Spaghetti Dinner and Womanless Beauty Pageant Fundraiser. All you need is some brave men to dress up as their version of a woman and then have a pageant with them. Contestants wear makeup, evening gowns and even have a talent competition. Read more…

Car Smash – The New Haven Heritage Association held a Dash and Smash fundraiser which pitted three six-person teams against one another to see which could completely destroy a car, using only hand tools, in the shortest time. A police department team, a fire department team and a team from the New Haven Heritage Association vied for the fundraiser trophy. Read more…

Redneck Games – Participants in this fundraiser dress up like rednecks and take part in redneck-related activities such as the hubcap toss; mud pit belly flop contest; bobbing for pigs feet; mud pit slip-and-slide; mud pit tug-of-war; redneck horseshoes using toilet seats; the armpit serenade contest; greased pig catching; and redneck surfing, in which a participant stands on a mattress while being pulled through a mud pit by an all-terrain vehicle.Read more…