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|DC Boys of Leather|
The mission of the DC Boys of Leather is to provide a supportive environment to have fun, learn, educate, socialize, contribute, and grow as individuals and as members of our community.
|DC Bear Club|
The District of Columbia Bear Club is the only Levi/Leather bear club in existance and was created to bridge the gap between bears and leather.
|Centaur Motorcycle Club|
Centaur Motorcycle Club (Centaur MC) consists of a group of men with an enthusiastic interest in motorcycles, leather and other men. The club sponsors Mid-Atlantic Leather Weekend (MAL)
|Spartan Motorcycle Club|
The Spartan Motorcycle Club of Baltimore, Maryland and Washington, DC, Inc. was founded on April 3, 1968 by 15 motorcyclists. It was and remains a club for motorcycle owner/operators only and it continues to take an active role in the leather-levi club scene. The club holds motorcycle rides on weekends from April to October. Any adult motorcyclist may join us on a ride without becoming a member.
LGBT Leather Community Resources
|OUT Riders Women's Motorcycle Club|
OUT Riders Women’s Motorcycle Club is for members of the LGBTQ community who love to ride motorcycles in and around Maryland, Virginia and Washington D.C. Our mission is to support the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and women's communities, and reach out to empower a community of diverse women through motorcycle rides, charity events, Pride events and education. For more information e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Metro Leather Pride|
Metro Leather Pride works to celebrate the rich leather history of the Metro DC region, to provide education of the leather lifestyle in a safe and healthy setting, and to create a welcoming environment into the leather community and leather clubs for those interested or new to leather and the leather lifestyle.
The Highwaymen TNT club of Washington, DC was formed in 1978. The name “Highwaymen” was chosen to characterize the outlaw-maverick attitude taken by the eight founders. Our name includes TNT, which stands for “Trash-N-Travel” to emphasize the importance of Trashing and Traveling to Highwaymen TNT tradition. Active participation in other in-town club runs and events and traveling to participate in out-of-town club runs are primary principles of the Highwaymen TNT. The aims and purposes of the