News & Events
Life is a highway...
See The Wall
"...a little farther on up the road "
2011 Show'n Shine
This years "No Candy Ass"
S&S will be on Oct 16th at
Frankies, in Mt Hope as
usual. 1-4 pm
The Club House: This is a members only area and requires a password. It is now under construction....
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The Black Hawks Motorcycle Club
Here's a few pix till I get more albums made up.
Take a note
this photo gallery' will take some
time to put together. As I get our
photos together, I will be adding them
to the various albums...as best as I can.
Or if you have any of your own, from
our events and you would like to see them
added, send em along to us! I'll set up a
The Black Hawks Motorcycle Club
Club House 2008
This gallery is causing me
grief, to no end. I am
taking it out for a few days
to try and fix it.
Sorry, but I'm new at this web
design and am learning as I go.
Thanks for your patience.
Established in Hamilton, Canada
Our club was founded in 1938 by an avid group of motorcycle enthusiasts. The Black Hawks Motorcycle Club soon became a familiar sight on the streets of Hamilton and surrounding highways. The City of Hamilton often asked the Black Hawks to assist them to escort events such as the Santa Clause parade , the around the Bay road race and other functions involving the use of motorcycles as outriders and traffic control.
The club became well known for our charitable nature with such events as Toy runs, Food drives and the famous "Blood Run", the first of its kind that also un-nerved the community until they learned that it was our Club Members donating blood to the Red Cross.
In 1939 and 1940 our members were actively sought out by Military recruiters for their expertise on motorcycles to be used as couriers and dispatch riders during the Second World War . Several returned to the club after the war ended.
The original clubhouse, still standing and privately owned, is located in Dundas, Ontario. It was a favourite gathering place for many motorcycle enthusiasts of the day. Touring the countryside, field days, competitions, charity events and even a highly skilled precision squad, complete with uniforms, were the order of the day.
As we are one of the oldest motorcycle clubs in North America , our mission is to maintain a strong historical flavour with our club presence. We still have a handful of members who have been riding as far back as 1957 - 58 and still ride today. Many of our members are often stopped by the public and told their parents or grandparents were members of years gone by.
Our emphasis on "MEMBER LOYALTY, CAMARADERIE AND TRUST" is what sets us apart from our contemporaries. This, coupled with our strong sense of tradition and history in motorcycling, allows us to enjoy our chosen sport to the fullest.
With the strong resurgence in the sport of motorcycling in recent years, we feel it is our responsibility to pass on the experience and knowledge that has been accumulated by our older members through the years. This guidance will provide the newer members with a safe, organized and exciting riding experience, allowing them to enjoy to the fullest, the greatest sport of them all... Motorcycling.
Young riders pick a destination and go.
Old riders pick a direction and go !