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National History



This organization was officially formed, or set in motion by the untimely death of our friend Nick "The Stud Duck With the Fuzzy Nuts" on July 24th, 2006.  We had been talking about doing something like this for a couple of years.  It wasn't until Nicks passing that we got off of our lazy asses and did something about it.   We hope that the success of this organization will be a constant living memorial to Nick and all the others that have passed.   

There is one thing that we all seem to agree on.   We Love BOOBs!  Big or small we love them all.  They might not be one in the four food groups, but they are one of the things bikers like most.  You know, bikes, BOOBs, booze,  buds and most of all, Brotherhood.  Most of us still ride.  Some of us can't ride due to disabilities.  We all still share the same love for being in the wind, beautiful women, and the occasional kick ass party.  So, after long hours of painstaking thought, (which gave most of us a headache from all of that thinking) we decided to call ourselves the Brotherhood Of Old Bikers (or BOOBs).   As many of us are disabled, and can no longer ride, we thought that in the spirit of Brotherhood we would offer a membership especially for our disabled Brothers.  In this respect we can all gather socially in biker surroundings and atmosphere.   Brothers & Sisters can be part of an organization and still participate without riding.  We invite you to check out the Brotherhood for yourself, and join in our celebration.



Chapter History



In 2010, Steve Cowin was looking for a club to join. After an extensive search he came across the website of the Brotherhood of Old Bikers. He contacted the National Chapter about joining and he was informed that Marty Larsen, who was in the area, was also a member. Steve and Marty rounded up Mike Matheson, Joe Mulivrana and Mike Lehman and formed the Tacoma Chapter. Roughly two years later the name was changed to the Cascades Chapter and the rest is history.