Are you interested in becoming part of a brotherhood? Do you want to build bonds that last a lifetime? This is the right Motorcycle Club for you. Following in the foot steps of other clubs in the GTA community, we plan to build up a club from nothing. We're a new group, so you're not going to be joining into something huge right at the start. While we can't ride out and dominate the streets right away, we will eventually get to a place where we have earned our respect in the MC community. An advantage of joining up with the Rebels right now is that you're getting in on the ground floor. We need to fill every core position before we can start gaining hangarounds and prospects. The positions of the club will be listed below along with a description of their role in the club.
President: The president is the leader of the chapter. He is the clubs figurehead and is usually the spokesman when dealing with problems that arise.. The president is the chairman at club meetings and represents the chapter at national meetings.He rules the club with an iron fist.
Vice President: The Vice President is the President's right hand, second in charge and fills in when the president is away. The vice president is often the heir apparent to the clubs leadership although this isn’t always the case. It’s his job to make sure that matters passed at club meetings are carried out satisfactorily.
Sergeant at Arms: The Sergeant-at-Arms is responsible for ensuring that the Bylaws and Standing Rules of the club are not violated. He is responsible to insure that the orders of the Executive Committee are carried out in an expeditious manner. He is responsible for policing and keeping order at all club events, except as noted under the Duties of the President. He may conscript members to aid in keeping order on their own authority. He has the responsibility to the club to report any unseemly behavior of incident to the Executive Committee. He is responsible for securing any patches or colors from any member who retires, resigns, or is expelled. The SAA is responsible for the safety and security of the club, as well as the protection and defense of its members and prospects. He shall keep and maintain a record of all data pertinent to the safety and security of the club and it’s members and prospects. Upon becoming aware of any real or perceived threat to the club, its Members, Prospects, or events, he shall immediately notify the Executive Committee of that information.
Secretary: The secretary is responsible for the clubs paperwork. He keeps minutes of meetings and records dates of significant events, such as anniversary dates (when prospects gain their patch). He corresponds with other gangs and it’s his job to keep members informed of upcoming events. The secretary is usually responsible for keeping records of club assets although the treasurer will do this in some gangs. The secretary will also be in charge of media for the MC.
Road Captain: He is in charge of logistics during a club run. He plans the route and organises refuelling stops etc. The Road Captain rides at the front and leads the pack with the president.
Enforcer: The Enforcer is a glorified member in which any situation can be solved by him. He's to be wise, clued up on all the tricks of the trades around and very tactical to his violent remarks to life and any given event.
Full-pached: Patch-patched are those who have earned the right to wear the club's colours, after a suitable period spent “prospecting”. They take part in the running of the club and attend the club's weekly meeting (“church”). They are commonly referred to as “members” or “patches”.
Prospect: A prospect is a “prospective” member of the club who is yet to earn his patch. Prospects are expected to do what they are told and follow the orders of patchmembers. They must be prepared to engage in illegal activities to prove their loyalty to the club. Prospects have no voting rights and do not attend meetings unless invited in. Prospecting time is usually around a week.
Hangaround: The Rebel Soulz MC has a stage before “prospect” which is known as “hangaround”. The purpose of the hangaround stage is to become known by all members before being accepted as a prospect.
We are strictly 1%, Free Aim Only, still follow the bikers code, and when we have a few core members in the club we will start sorting out our by laws. If you are interested in joining and setting up the Rebel Soulz, get in contact with me by contacting me through any of the means down below.