A more thoughtful reply...
After everything that happened: the loss of gang leader's Jason Michaels, Brian Jeremy, Jim Fitzgerald and Billy Grey, plus with the clubhouse in ashes, Johnny could do little more then pick up the pieces and move on from the now expired Lost MC. He still hung out with Terry and Clay at first...getting the boys together for midnight rides and to reminisce the good ol' days, but any criminal ambition between the three, other then bike thefts had burned out with the clubhouse. Johnny lived in Brain Jeremy's old house for a while, simultaneously stealing bikes for Angus to put food on his table and gas in his Hexer, and to help Ashley out when she needed it, but he eventually got a straight job at a motorcycle shop fixing up bikes after Angus got busted by the FIB in a deep sting operation. They were unable to link Johnny to the bike thefts though because Angus kept his mouth shut. Angus served 11 years and was released 2 years early on good behavior.
Terry found a woman just a patriotic and paranoid of the government as he was and married her. They had two daughters, moved to Algonquin, and settled down. He kept in constant touch with Johnny, Angus (before he went in), and Clay.
Clay Simons worked alongside Johnny at the shop for awhile, but eventually the biker life came calling but in a positive way. He joined a charitable biker organization known as "Thrills on Wheels." The organization raised money for to help get homeless veterans off the street and a few other good causes. Clay didn't know if he'd like it at first, but after a lifetime of criminality, he felt good giving back.
Ashley, unfortunately, was unable to break away from her meth addiction, even after joining multiple drug rehab programs, and she eventually overdosed a few years after the clubhouse burned down. At the time, she was seeing an AOD member who treated her like garbage and kept her hooked on meth. When Johnny heard about her death, he felt bad but he was more pissed off then anything at how stupid she was. Terry and Clay felt indifferent about it.