Examples of Christian biker clubs include Bikers for Christ and the Last Disciples. The Christian Motorcyclist Association partners with other ministries in order to take the gospel around the world.
Bikers for Christ is motorcycle club with multiple chapters across the United States and overseas. It requires applicants to apply for membership. These applicants are thoroughly vetted and required to submit letters of reference from their church and pastor. After approval, the applicant is considered a prospect and forbidden to wear the Bikers for Christ back patch until current, patch-holding brothers determine that he has earned the privilege to do so.
The Last Disciples aim to help its communities by bringing the gospel to at-risk youth, the homeless and those suffering from addiction. Its goal is to educate people and bring them back to God. The club wears black and white to express its belief that the word of God has no gray area. Its symbol, a laughing death's head, signifies that the club laughs at the thought of death.
The Christian Motorcyclists Association aims to bring the gospel to the motorcycling community. It works in conjunction with Jesus Film Project, Missionary Ventures and Open Doors in order to bring its message to other parts of the world. Their annual Run for the Son fundraiser donates to those three charities.