Sisters Eternal WMC has many membership opportunities available to welcome you into our Sisterhood!!!
Whether this is your first time with the group, or if you are a veteran of other motorcycle clubs, you’re instantly connected to a great and diverse community who share the passion of motorcycling.
For parties interested in becoming members of Sisters Eternal Women’s Motorcycle Club (WMC), this will give you the opportunity to learn more concerning the background information about the club, who we are, what we do, requirements of membership, and the process to become a member.
Prospective members are those who have taken the steps towards aspiring to be the next new member within our sisterhood!
Those accepted as prospective members will serve a probationary period to assure suitability for membership. This period of probation may vary by individual, but will in no way be excessive. Your appointed Sponsor will present, review, and answer any questions you may have regarding the Conduct Rules.
Once a Prospective Member has aspired to becoming a Patch Holder, they are strongly encouraged to get involved to maximize their experience.
Whether it’s leading an occasional ride, hosting a presentation at a club meeting on a subject of interest, or lending assistance through many of the events in which our Sisters take a hand in hosting, our club lives and thrives based upon the dedication of its members to share the fun of motorcycling with others.
If you do not reside within 50 miles of an existing Chapter, Sisters Eternal WMC has membership opportunities available for this scenario as well!
If you wish to start a chapter in your area but have not met the minimum requirements, or are predominantly a traveler, this may also be the fit tailored just for you!
There Are Several Conditions That Must Be Met Prior To Consideration:
You must be a female at least 21 years of age; there is no upper age limit.
You must have a valid drivers license with a Motorcycle ("M") endorsement as well as the minimum state required motorcycle insurance coverage.
You must be an experienced rider.
You must own a motorcycle which meets the standard Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) definition of a motorcycle under the following criteria:
750cc or greater
Has a seat or saddle for the use of the operator
Has two (2) or three (3) wheels in contact with the ground
For further information on the definition of a motorcycle as it pertains to the DMV, please visit the following link: