We are traditional, military, community service, religious, and riding
associations. We are dedicated to the motorcycle lifestyle, local
communities and to freedom. United Clubs DFW is not an authoritative
body by design, nor are we political in nature. We deal only with issues
on the community level.
Council Elder and Founder of UCOTexas, Bandido Gimmi Jimmy had a
vision to strengthen the bonds between local area bike clubs, their
communities, and between other United Clubs of Texas. He founded the
first United Clubs of Austin (UCOA) in the fall of 2002. Designed after the
early AmerIndian “Iroquois League of Nations” the same model our
forefathers used when they penned the US Constitution.
In late 2003, Bandido Scott of Fort Worth, implemented the same
concept of ideas for UCDFW. He organized the first United Clubs DFW
Meeting. Bringing the clubs together in DFW, for something more than
political reasons… it had to be like a trip to the orthodontist! Thankfully it
was Bandido Scott who took on this onerous task.
For one to understand the depths, one has to do himself. The shared
respect for the Bandidos MC, and Bandido Scott brought all the clubs
together in DFW. It has been through his continuous guidance, and
some times mediation, that has created a strong and growing
In communicating and working together, you can achieve any goals
UCOTexas, UCOA, UCOW, and UCDFW owes their existence to a
shared vision and hard work of many.
“We are born free and united as Brothers, each as much a great lord
as the other. I am the master of my body; I dispose of myself and do
as I wish. I am the first and the last of my Nation subject only to the
~Huron Warrior, late 1600s, trying to explain freedom to a European.
MISSION STATEMENT Our mission in organizing United Clubs DFW,
Texas is to promote solidarity, camaraderie and open communication
between area bike clubs, their local communities, and other affiliated
“United Clubs” . We support each other in coordinating benefits and
charity events, we network and share information, and promote healthy
motorcycle communities in our great state.