OSBM (Old School Biker Movement) was established early in 2011 by a group of old school bikers.
Our members come from all corners of the Southern African sub continent and belong to many different clubs.
We are not biased towards or against any specific country, controlling body, province or club in any way whatsoever.
We prescribe to nobody. We do not make rules.
As our mission statement declares, providing guidelines to the biking community is what
OSBM has thus established researched guidelines so that the uninformed can educate themselves.
In this way, the bikers out there will have a platform to work from, and be pointed in
a proper direction.
OSBM is not a club or controlling body, but a movement.
We exist to guide and educate, not to prescribe or enforce.
Our core members come from many clubs and areas. Some serve on their local controlling body or club committee, others are just club members.
There are even those who don't belong to a club.
We are deeply committed to defining our local biking traditions, protocols and lifestyle.
Therefore, the material we publish on this site has been carefully and meticulously researched. We don't pull pie from the sky.
We are not financed or promoted by any controlling body, club, event, person or organization.
We exist because of our passion for biking and the biking community of the Southern African sub continent.
The code reads: I shall preserve and honour traditions of bikers before me, and I will pass them on unaltered.
One sentence with a massive implication.
In effect, this is what OSBM is intent on doing, and why we exist.