The primary objectives of the club are as follows:

  1. To promote camaraderie and fellowship amongst our members;
  2. To maintain a positive image of Jewish motorcyclists in the community;
  3. To encourage rider education and safe riding techniques both individually and when riding in groups;
  4. To foster and maintain a connection to the larger Jewish community in Toronto and other areas both nationally and internationally.

The club is governed by an executive that stands for election every two years. We encourage participation in the executive and by members during our regularly scheduled meetings.

Some of our members perform educational services to schools and organizations lecturing in order to teach about our club and our work for Holocaust education as some of our members are descendents of Holocaust survivor parents. We participate in charitable activities that are a benefit to the Jewish community and the wider non-Jewish community. We strive to promote a greater awareness of motorcycling that would be of interest to our club members.

Virtually every type of motorcycle is represented in the club, and many of our members own more than one. Our riders also vary in skill level from novice to expert.