The brothers and associates of the Bucks Motorcycle Club appreciate you stopping by to visit us. While you explore, click on our Santa Saturday® link and learn about our annual annual fundraising event bringing members of the leather and LGBT community together. A tradition for over 45 years!
History of Santa Saturday®
Santa Saturday® originated in New Hope, Pennsylvania and is the the oldest and largest East Coast leather charity event. The Buck’s Motorcycle Club has been hosting this event for over 45 years. Money raised goes to local charities (see below). Santa Saturday® is a sanctioned event by the Atlantic Motorcycle Coordinating Council.
Santa Saturday® is a charitable event with a combination of an auction of donated items; entertainment by performers associated with the Bucks MC and Paradise; service awards for worthy individuals; photos with the Buck’s MC Santa; a leather shop; boot shine; 50-50 raffle along with refreshments and drinks.
2018 Charity Organizations Assisted
On October 31, 1972, The Bucks Motorcycle Club was born in New Hope, Pennsylvania. We are an organization whose fraternal atmosphere provides men of the leather, levi, and motorcycle interests with the opportunity to enjoy mutual fellowship through various social activities. In addition for over 40 years the Bucks MC has held our annual charity event, Santa Saturday®, which draws over one thousand individuals raising funds to benefit HIV/AIDS and other local charities. The Bucks MC is a “not for profit” organization.
Eligibility for membership in the Bucks M.C. is opened to all gay/gay friendly persons 21 years of age or older in accordance with the Bucks M.C. Constitution and its By-Laws. Anyone interested in obtaining active membership is required to file an application. The applicant and two sponsors who are full active members, will sign the application.
Classes 0f Membership
After an applicant has attended two regular meetings, his vote for pledge will be on his third meeting. A two-thirds affirmative vote of the active membership will enable the applicant to be considered a pledge. The pledge must attend three regular meetings, during which time he will be entitled to wear the Bucks M.C. pledge patch. The pledge is expected to attend all club functions during this period. On his sixth meeting a pledge may obtain active membership, if he receives an affirmative vote of two-thirds of the active membership, including any proxy votes. A Pledge must be present at this meeting.
Any person who has successfully completed their pledgeship is considered an active member.
Associate membership is opened to all gay/gay friendly applicants 21 years of age or older and must receive two-thirds affirmative vote of the active membership. Associate members are entitled to receive an associate patch. An associate member can not vote.
New active members will be assessed an initial fee which will include the first month’s dues and the use of the back patch. Associate members will be assessed dues annually.