The President, Vice President, Secretary, Sergeant-at-Arms and Enforcer are voting members of the Executive Council, with the Road Captain existing as an ex-oficio (non-voting) member.


The executive duties of the president are as follows:

  1. To preside over meetings of both the Executive Board and the club as a whole.
  2. To judge items not covered in the constitution or in the rules regulations.
  3. To act as the personal representative of the club in the area of public relations; as a liaison between the DHMC and other crews.
  4. To represent the club in any club business contacts and to supervise major economic transactions.
  5. To assist DHMC officers in the interpretation of their club responsibilities, and to promote club life among members in general.
  6. To make decisions on activities for the club when there is not a consensus among members.


  1. To assume the responsibilities of the presidency when the president is unable to do so.
  2. To maintain a VIP organization to create revenue streams as needed.
  3. To run activities for prospects to accurately assess their talent and fit with the club.
  4. To notify members of upcoming rides and meetings.


The executive duties of the sergeant-at-arms are as follows:

  1. To sit at the president’s right during club meetings and advise him in all matters.
  2. To protect the president in the field from attack.
  3. To keep order during meetings so as to expedite the process for the president and secretary.
  4. To run the wrecking crew when the enforcer is unable to do so.


The executive duties of the secretary are as follows:

  1. To record and safeguard the minutes of the club meetings, including all records of votes.
  2. To be the main contact point for any members who will not be able to make meetings.
  3. To maintain the list with names and probationary term length of prospects.
  4. To notify the president of any prospects whose probationary term is ending within three days.


The executive duties of the enforcer are as follows:

  1. To maintain the “wrecking crew,” an assembled group of members whose job is to deal with outside threats to members in free roam.
  2. To ensure that members adhere to club rulings, policies, and expected models of conduct when dealing with other members or outsiders.
  3. To defend club members, property, or territory from outside threats.


The executive duties of the road captain are as follows:

  1. To keep the rules and formation of the pack in group riding.
  2. To monitor prospects to make sure they are riding behind patched members and have requisite talent.
  3. To protect and shepherd anyone who dumps their bike from crash back to formation.


The executive board consists of those members who carry titles. The board holds scheduled meetings every two weeks. Emergency meetings can be called if a situation arises that demands immediate attention. The executive board is responsible for:

  1. The monitoring of conflicts within the club.
  2. The application of disciplinary procedures.
  3. The evaluation of prospects and their progress.
  4. The presentation of summarized assessments of the overall club situation to the membership (church).