COVID-19 Response


Well everyone, looks like we are going to have to put things on HOLD, at least until the end of April . From the reports I have heard, no one wants you outside unless necessary. I guess GGMC should do our part and help the cause.

We are going to postpone the April 4 ride to Blue Ridge, we are moving the April overnight ride to Black Rock NC. to June 27 & 28, no club meeting on April 7th as Golden Corral dining is closed. This gives us 30 days for things to improve. We will see how things look for the May club meeting & rides as the time gets closer. You all know me, I really would like to be riding & being with my people, but I will use a little common sense this time to override my DOT approved hard head !!!!

Thanks everyone and if you have any questions, concerns or suggestions let us know & watch your email for any further updates as they come. Stay well, if anyone happens to need anything let us know & we will try our best to help.

James Griffin, GGMC President

                        THIS TOO MY FRIEND SHALL PASS

Be Safe, It's All About The Ride

 GGMC was established in 1998, and consists of a close-knit group of riders and families that all share at least one thing in common - We Love Motorcycles!

We are not brand specific: our members ride everything from sport bikes to big cruisers. Aside from the casual kidding about each other's rides, we welcome all comers to our group. In addition, many of us ride with our significant others, as well as our kids. Our motto "Ride What You Brung".

We are based out of Gwinnett County. Our ride destinations generally fall with 100-200 miles of Lawrenceville, which is our meeting location. Ride destinations vary, but we generally travel to SEE or EXPERIENCE something. From white-water rafting trips, to visiting historical sites and state parks: each trip is a rewarding day well spent.

We ride a lot of miles!  If your preference is to ride 30 miles to the pub, this club is not for you. The majority of our rides are one day affairs, but we do schedule a few overnight rides in the summer months & fall that extend a little farther.  We typically ride twice a month, alternating Saturday and Sundays. Check the calendar for upcoming ride destinations.

Proud of our safety record, our Road Captains dedicate a lot of time to ride planning to ensure everyone makes it home safely. Route planning, gas/food stops and your riding skill are considered when the ride destination is formed. Safety for everyone is our number one priority. We abide by strict adherence to road rules: no drinking and riding, and adherence to our established club rules are expected of all members.

MSF Group Riding Tips

Good information for group riding.