Alabama Council of Clubs
Originally formed as the AL/MS COC following an exploratory meeting in Jackson MS in November 1996, the combined COC split in 1998, and the Alabama Confederation of Motorcycle Clubs was born. In November, 2020, in response to changing priorities, the ALCOC became the Alabama Council of Clubs, a member of the National Council of Clubs
Conceived more than two decades ago, the COC format provides for a coming together of motorcycle clubs, organizations and associations within the state for the specific purposes of combating discrimination and harassment through judicial means. Membership is open to ALL motorcycle clubs, organizations and associations, without regard to patch, brand, or affiliation based on pre-approval by the state's dominant clubs. The COC is NOT a sanctioning body.
The ALCOC meets quarterly in different locations around the state to provide members the opportunity to present complaints of harassment or discrimination, as well as socialize. An Attorney, as an officer of the court, is present at all meetings; and represents the member clubs and groups in claims of harassment or discrimination.
If you ride a motorcycle and have been harassed either by law enforcement or at a public business establishment; or if you have been discriminated against because you were either riding a motorcycle or wearing "motorcycle attire" (leathers, "biker" t-shirts, etc.), please contact the ALCOC for information on attending our next meeting and presenting your claim.
The ALCOC invites your participation in helping preserve the right to freedom of association, dress, and mode of transportation.
CELEBRATING 26 SUCCESSFUL YEARS
1996 - 2022