eBikerLeather Meeting Hallowed Sons MC

Remember of the two previous articles that we have posted on our blog about Hallowed Sons MC? Well you surely do, because of their outstanding courage and help after Sandy disaster at New Dorp Beach. As I have been in talks with Hallowed Sons MC, I have decided to go down and have a better understanding of how their club functions. As you know it is hard to get to know people when there is a lot to do. So we took our donations from eBikerLeather and have hit the road.

When I got there with my friend, the situation looked better than a day after Sandy. However, we saw houses and boats on the streets. It was first time in my life when I saw a real boat on the street, and it was a shocker. This huge boat just sitting there by a container. Some of the houses were in really bad conditions, like I seen couple houses collapsed totally, one house had no front entrance so you were able to see the whole room. Yes, it is as that bad, at New Dorp, and if you can please make a donation to help Hallowed Sons MC raise enough money for Thanksgiving.

I have met Ratchet from Hallowed Sons MC. His really cool, talked with me about how they started to help after Sandy hit. He also explained their goal for Thanksgiving, and I was able to see his passion for helping people. When we were talking I have found out that Ratchet is one of the founders of Hallowed Sons MC. He took the time out of his busy day to explain to me their whole process of helping. I really appreciate it, and thank him for doing that.

Later on I have met Hardway, another awesome person that took the time to talk with me. We have talked about the same stuff as with Ratchet, but in addition we have discussed their message on the website. Which states, “Our mission is to promote brotherhood, family values and community to all those around us. We will come together for one another and support one another for anything and everything. We will support our communities and protect our communities the best that we can…”.

Hardway has explained to me the meaning of this message, and did add that brother hood is most important to them. Which is extremely important for everyone to understand that when help is needed people should not have to ask, others just should take charge.

Huge Thank You goes out to Ratchet and Hardway for taking the time to talk with me, and making me understand their process of helping at New Dorp Beach.

Now it is your part, and help them to host Thanksgiving for those who lost everything at New Dorp Beach.

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Hallowed Sons MC

Hallowed Sons MC at the camp ground.

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  1. bikermonkey

     /  November 19, 2012

    Wow man! Great read and thank you for sharing your personal experience with Hallowed Sons MC. An incredible group with a ROCK ON mission. See, us biker dudes ain’t all that bad.

    • Nope, we ain’t all bad! These guys are awesome, and they keep on working 24/7, there is always someone from their club at New Dorp if not all of them.

      • bikermonkey

         /  November 19, 2012

        This is a super cool story and super cool MC. Proud to be a biker dude. 🙂 Thank you for taking the time to do what you are doing!

  2. bikermonkey

     /  November 19, 2012

    Reblogged this on bikermonkey and commented:
    First of all, I think it’s super cool that took the time to raise funds to assist the Hallowed Sons MC and second go visit with these awesome guys and learn more about the MC and their mission. This is RIGHTEOUS stuff right here.

  3. arnoldthearmadillo

     /  November 19, 2012

    Good guys doing good work!

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