How to get a motorcycle club license
In an attempt to protect the interests of motorcycle clubs in the wake of the state’s new law banning motorcyclists from riding in cities, some state lawmakers are pushing to allow the clubs to operate legally.
The state’s Senate and Assembly passed a bill that would allow motorcycle clubs to conduct business in cities that allow them to do so.
Under the legislation, motorcycle clubs would have to meet specific requirements.
The motorcycle clubs wouldn’t have to pay fees, which would allow them more flexibility.
But the bill also would require them to pay the state a $1,000 fee each year for maintaining a motorcycle registration.
“Our goal is to make sure that we’re getting the proper permits so that these clubs can continue to operate,” said Senate President Stephen Sweeney, a Democrat from South Jersey.
“This legislation is about making sure that motorcycle clubs are able to operate safely.”
The Senate and House of Representatives are expected to vote on the legislation at the end of this week.
The Senate has already passed a similar bill in 2014 and the House is expected to follow suit.