Information about motorcycle riding clubs is available online and often in stores that riders frequent. Another resource for finding regional clubs is bike shows, which take place in most metro areas at various times of the year.
RiderClubs.com bills itself as offering the most comprehensive list of motorcycle rider clubs anywhere. It allows users to search for clubs by location, motorcycle type or manufacturer, riding style and special interest. It includes club categories such as sportbike, street bike, cruiser, touring, sport touring, adventure and hyperbike.
The American Motorcyclist Association, which, as of 2015, counts more than 1,200 chartered clubs throughout the United States, offers a club search page on its website. The page allows searches by state as well as by recreational or competition.
Another way to find motorcycle clubs in a particular geographic area is to ask at the local motorcycle sales or repair shop. In many cases, riding clubs post information about their regularly scheduled rides and meetings, along with club member contact information, at such establishments.
Bike shows often feature tables with fliers containing information about clubs in the given area. They also provide direct access to members of clubs, many of whom enter their own bikes in such displays.