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Staff

Bikersinc was founded by members who are military Veterans and long time motorcycle riders. Due to the founders’ background, the staff hierarchy and structure reflects that nature. Even though Bikersinc is a nonprofit organization, the staffing requirements and positions reflect that history.

As part of our expansion, we have several positions that are now being implemented. Where noted, these positions are appointed by the Board of Directors. President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer are all elected officers, along with two additional elected members, who are not officers. 

If you are interested and want to schedule a set down, email us at info@bikersinc.org and post "STAFF" in the subject line.

Roles and Responsibilities

• PRESIDENT

The executive duties of the President are as follows:

  1. To preside over meetings of both the Executive Board and the organization as a whole.
  2. To judge items not covered in the bylaws or in the rules regulations.
  3. Directorship gives the president authority to judge items not in the bylaws.
  4. To act as the personal representative of the organization in the area of public relations.
  5. To represent the organization in any Bikerinc's business contacts and to supervise major economic transactions.
  6. Must have a 7500cc or larger motorcycle and a valid Motorcycle endorsement.

• VICE-PRESIDENT

The Vice-President shall coordinate all committees and supervise plans for all Bikerinc's events.  The Vice-President shall act as an intermediary between the President and the Members.  All questions or comments concerning any Bikersinc's business not specifically related to the duties of the other officers should be brought to directly to his attention. 

Additionally, the Vice- President is the Second-in-Command to the President, and shall assume all responsibilities and duties of the President in their absence.

The executive duties of the Vice President are to assume the responsibilities of the presidency when the president is unable to do so. 

Must have a 7500cc or larger motorcycle and a valid Motorcycle endorsement

• SECRETARY

The Secretary is responsible for making and keeping all Bikersinc's records. Membership List, Bylaws, Rules of Order, Standing Rules, Records of all committee appointments, all written reports, copies of all correspondence between the Bikersinc  and any outside person or organization, Meeting Minutes.  They are responsible for calling roll at the meetings.  The Secretary must notify Active Members of special or emergency meetings, and must notify all the members of any appointments or elections in their absence.

The executive duties of the Secretary are as follows:

  1. To record and safeguard the minutes of our meetings.
  2. To maintain our Constitution, recording any additions, deletions, or modifications.
  3. To handle any correspondence.

• TREASURER

The Treasurer keeps all the funds for Bikersinc.  They may disburse funds to pay expenses as prescribed in our rules and bylaws.  The Treasurer must keep an accurate record of all income and expenses.  They are required to report the fiscal status of Bikersinc and its subsidiaries at each regular meeting for the information of the members. 

The executive duties of the Treasurer are as follows:

  1. To monitor and record income and expenditures.
  2. To collect the dues and fines owing by members.

• ROAD CAPTAIN

The Road Captain is responsible for all our organization's runs.  He shall research, plan, and organize all runs.  During actual time on the road or at intermediate stops during a run, he shall act as the ranking officer, deferring only to the President or Vice-President if either of them are present, and only then for matters involving persons outside the organization. 

The executive duties of the Road Captain are as follows:

  1. To plan the travel routes and organize the basic itinerary of the organization prior to going on a 'run' (tour).
  2. To lead the groups in formation while riding on tour.
  3. To enforce rules and procedures for group riding.
  4. Designate a maintenance supervisor for all house vehicles.
  5. Must have a 7500cc or larger motorcycle and a valid Motorcycle endorsement.

• SERGEANT AT ARMS

The Sergeant-at-Arms is responsible for ensuring that the Bylaws and Standing Rules of the organization are not violated.  He is responsible to insure that the orders of the President are carried out in an expeditious manner.  He is responsible for policing and keeping order at all our events, except as noted under the Duties of our President.  He may conscript members to aid in keeping order on their own authority. 

He has the responsibility to the organization to report any unseemly behavior of incident to the President.  He is responsible for securing any material or property from any member who retires, resigns, or is expelled. The SAA is responsible for the safety and security of the organization, as well as the protection and defense of its members.  He shall keep and maintain a record of all data pertinent to the safety and security of the organization and it’s members.  Upon becoming aware of any real or perceived threat to the organization, its Members or events, he shall immediately notify the President of that information.

The executive duties of the Sergeant at Arms are as follows:

  1. To maintain order at meetings in particular, and Bikersinc's activities in general.
  2. To ensure that members adhere to rulings, policies, and expected models of conduct when dealing with other members or outsiders.
  3. To defend all members, property, or territory from outside threats.
  4. Must have a 7500cc or larger motorcycle and a valid Motorcycle endorsement.

 

Auxiliary Staff

• Charitable Gaming

• Event Coordinator

• Fundraising

• Membership

• Paralegal 

• Public Relations

Footnote

~All of our Staff, including our auxiliary Staff volunteer their time and are not paid~ 

A registered non-profit corporation that operates exclusively for educational & charitable purposes within Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code