San Francisco Motorcycle Club
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The San Francisco Motorcycle Club (SFMC) was founded in San Francisco, California in 1904. It has been in continuous operation since its inception. This makes it the second oldest motorcycle club in the United States, preceded only by the Yonkers MC of Yonkers, New York, founded in 1903.
The SFMC has been a member of the American Motorcyclist Association since 1924. Members are not limited to riding any particular make or model of motorcycle and include males and females.
- San Francisco Mayor P.H. McCarthy was an SFMC member in 1911
- An SFMC member, Hap Jones was the first civilian to cross the Golden Gate Bridge upon its completion in 1937. He reenacted this event in 1987 for the 50 Year Anniversary of the famous bridge.
- San Francisco Motorcycle Club history. Accessed August 2010.
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