a progressive motorcycle enthusiast organization
WORLDOFSOULMC.com is not a club...It's a community.
A network of motorcycle clubs, independent bikers, family, friends and associates.
It is about your world, driven by your spirit. Your motorcycles
No special rules required.
Well... no profanity, no pornography...
just simple respect and courtesy.
It's just that simple.
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Together we can make a difference.
Enjoy the World of Soul Motorcycle Community and continue to invite more of your positive friends.
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World of Soul Motorcycle Community's mission is to examine and promote the recreation of motorcycling; the environment and spirit of the motorcycle community. To add redeemable value to the bikers’ experience by addressing issues significant to the community while uniting bikers with community organizations and commercial industries.
Local teams of "Riders United to Serve Humanity" are the means by which plans are implemented in local communities.
Don't be a follower. Be a leader. Demonstrate with your actions to the next generation that says your generation made sense.
Terry Hardy, Founder/CEO of World of Soul Motorcycle Community with Dr. Martin Luther King's nephew Isaac Ferris, then President/CEO of the King Center. The occasion was a wreath laying ceremony and presentation at Dr. & Mrs. King's place of rest culminating the 2009 Ride for CHANGE-Ride for HOPE at the King Center for Non Violent Social Change in Atlanta, Georgia. -SEEK ALTERNATIVE MEANS TO CONFLICT RESOLUTION-
We reflect back on Terry Hardy's 2016 conversation with Henry Ray, longtime college placement advisor with ADA S. McKinley Community Services. Henry worked with Ride for CHANGE Ride for HOPE Foundation to grow its role in supporting youth with their…Continue
Yes, It's true we've been working to build the first ever World of Soul™ Motorcycle Community Center for Youth Development. The design is by a World of Soul Motorcycle Community member and architect Barry Newdelman. The project consist of a…Continue
Keep our fellow rider Mitch Faulkner of Atlanta's Classix 102.9 FM, a founding member of Ride for CHANGE Ride for HOPE Foundation and voice of World of Soul Motorcycle Community in your prayers. "You are listening to Mitch Faulkner.... INTRODUCING…Continue