Toronto Chapter of the Roughnecks MC

Welcome to the official website of the Toronto Chapter of the Roughnecks MC.

Our club is a brotherhood of active and retired Law Enforcement, Public Safety, and Military Personnel.

We all risk our lives and serve our communities in one way or another. We RESPECT ALL colors and clubs, so we expect the SAME.

Although we wear an Ontario bottom rocker, we do not claim territory nor do we interfere with those Clubs that do. Our bottom rocker simply signifies our home Province.

An Explanation of our Club Colours

Roughnecks - Is the term we use to identify ourselves and our Club because of the rough and harsh realities of our offices as public servants. 

A Roughneck is trustworthy, loyal, tough and resilient. A Roughneck protects society from predators and doesn't take shit from anyone. 

Dealing with the dangers and the problems within our society, a public servant must be a Roughneck. 

Respecting All and Fearing None! 

Red - The colour Red represents the blood of the public service personnel whom were killed or injured in the line of duty, protecting society and preserving the American way of life. 

Gold - The colour Gold, like rare metal, represents the precious value of trust and loyalty to our family, friends, and our Country!

Brown Cowboy Hat - Symbolizes the southwest and the American Cowboy. It's brown color is from the dust trails and open ranges we cross with the rising sun at out backs and the wind in our faces as we ride upon iron steeds.  

Human Skull with Glowing Red Eyes - The skull symbolizes the unyielding and undying spirit of the public servant we call Johnny Law. His eyes are the red fire of justice, intense, burning through the darkness of the soulless guilty. 

Star within a Circle - The star within a circle represents the shield worn by all within public safety community. It is the symbol of the public's trust and confidence within it's protectors. We wear it proudly upon our colors, because of it's significance to the communities we serve. 

Crossed Pistols - The crossed Peace Keeper pistols are the symbols of the Law Enforcement and the tools of public safety personnel and the military to maintain law and order within our lands and the lands of others.  

Club History & Mission Statement

The Roughnecks Motorcycle Club (RMC) is a non-profit, independent and charity-oriented organization. The goal of the club is to generate an increased level of camaraderie for Public Safety Officers, Military Personnel and First Responders and enthusiasm for riding motorcycles. The Club will also strive to raise funds for selected Charities. 


The Roughnecks Motorcycle Club grew from common interests and visions by our founding members. 

The first gatherings can be traced back to late 2002 in Scottsdale, Arizona, USA. By early 2003, The RMC Brotherhood was a reality and soon grew to our first expansion chapters in Sacramento and San Diego California. 

This was our first growth as a new club and a welcomed expansion that is a vital part of our club’s foundation.

So far the result of our journey is that we are a club that has chapters coast to coast across North America and in 2006 our first international Chapter in Australia came to fruition.

Contact an Executive Member

Your questions and Membership inquires are important to the Toronto Chapter of the Roughnecks Motorcycle Club. 

Please fill in the form and someone from our Executive will contact you at our earliest convenience.

Toronto Chapter Executive:

President: Mac     

Vice President: Tank          

Sergeant at Arms: Spartan

Treasurer: Wiseguy

Secretary: Johnny

Road Captain: Krypto          

Asst. Road Captain: Boasty

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