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The Southside Rider’s Association is involved in the community. We participate with our local Chamber of Commerce and have been recognized by the Chamber of Commerce as Outstanding Organization of the Year. We are recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) non-profit charity organization. This means that not one single person receives ANY form of pay or compensation. Everyone in our organization works on a volunteer basis, no one is paid any salary. The Southside Riders Association was formed in the Spring of 1998 and since that time we have raised over $400,000.00 for local children’s charities. Our group is a lively bunch with age ranges between 18 and 80 and includes police officers, airline pilots, politicians, business persons, blue collar workers, and people from all walks of life.

Mission Statement:

The Southside Riders Association is a non-profit, charity centered group of motorcycle enthusiasts who have organized for the purpose of improving the image of the motorcyclist in our community.

Through fellowship, brotherhood, and community involvement, we shall unite with a common goal to improve ourselves and the children of the State of Georgia.

Our tools will be community involvement and our support of Local Children’s Charities.

The Southside Riders Difference:

Our members take great pride in saying “I am a Southside Rider!” Although we are not a Religious/Christian affiliated group, our faith is at the core of our association. We pray before every ride and meeting.

We are also proud to be Americans. Therefore we begin every meeting with the pledge to the American Flag. We strive to bring integrity and respect to the biker community through our morals and values. Our priority is God first, family second, service third, then riding.

Come along on a ride with us, attend one of our events or meetings and you will instantly experience the SRA difference. (and we know you will want to come back!)

The Southside Rider’s Association is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization

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