Street Legal Motorcycle Club, Minnesota, USA
Legal CLE seminars in the Black Hills, South Dakota during Rally Week

Street Legal MC® was started in Minnesota in 1992 for motorcycle-riding enthusiasts working in the legal system.

Sturgis 2013 – Black Hills Motor Classic CLE Seminar

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Road Scholar® and Continuing Legal Education

Street Legal Motorcycle Club® members include lawyers, judges, law school deans, law students, bailiffs, paralegals,  legal secretaries, private investigators, court reporters and the like. We range from relatively unknown solos to a few prominent types, private to corporate and government, civil and criminal. We have chapters in the Black Hills, Michigan, Minnesota, North Dakota, Ohio, Washington, Wisconsin and Nomad members in other states from Florida and Virginia to New Mexico and the West Coast.

Our common interest is a passion for riding motorcycles as often and as far as time, money and other commitments permit. We ride virtually every make and model of bike, although a majority rides Harleys.

While our primary purpose is the pure fun, freedom and enjoyment of recreational motorcycle riding, we engage in other related pursuits including fundraisers for charities, community support efforts, education and mentoring. Overall we have a common fellowship of helping bikers any way we can.

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Community Support
Street Legal MC provides support for community giving opportunities in the following ways:

Richard T. Oakes American Inn of Court –judges, practicing attorneys, law professors and law students who meet regularly. Designed to improve the skills, professionalism and ethics of the bench and bar.

Additional community involvement in various organizations that we continue to support through our participation include: Legal Aid, MDA, Smile Network and more.

Kennedy Chopper Program – high school students participate in building a customer motorcycle in exchange for their dedication to guarantee that they stay in school, attend classes and obtain passing grades. This is a partnership between the schools and local business.

• Patriot Guard – non-political group of motorcycle riders showing their support and respect for those who have served in the military.

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