We are proud of the reputation and standing Costa Blanca Rawhiders MG has gained since our formation in 2010, especially for our charitable activities. We are now one of the biggest motorbike clubs in the region, so we should be proud of the club and and wear the CLUB NAME with pride, as it makes us look uniform and professional.
When you are wearing our patches, as a club member, you are choosing to represent the club in public and therefore you should wear these patches in a uniform manner, positioning the patches in the correct way on your vests/jackets. Therefore, we are known, respected and and recognised in public when riding and attending events, as the bike club that is socially responsible, supports charitable causes and the local community.
Please see below, the correct positioning in respect of the club patches. Please be proud of your club and display them as shown.
Also please note the following general advice about the wearing of patches and rockers on your waistcoat, vest, jacket etc.
We understand that some of our club members or prospective new members may already be a member of another club whilst remaining in or becoming a member of our club. We dont have any problem with that, but when out with us, its our regalia you should wear and not the regalia of any other club that you may belong to. Some members now have different waistcoats for the clubs they belong to, including ours, and they wear the appropriate one when on a ride with each particular club.
Its also important to state that The Costa Blanca Rawhiders Motor Cycle Club MG are not supporters of any other motorbike clubs, be they MCs or MCCs, and by that we mean.. whilst we are friendly with, and support other clubs by attending their open days, charity events, BBQs etc, we are not an official support club to any other club, and therefore support club patches of other clubs should not be worn on our club waistcoats. If you are in doubt about any of the foregoing, please contact a Club Officer who will endeavour to assist you.