The Edinburgh chapter split in June 2012 to form two chapters covering a wider area. This was the birth of Tribe 21 East Lothian.The two chapters run independently but also remain closely linked, along with the Borders and Fife Chapters.
We are determined to be more sociable than we've ever been and set a good light for the club - so to that end we're keen to hear from other clubs, make more friends and join in the bike club fun. If you see us at rallies or events, please come and have a chat. We’re always up for a bit of banter!
We normally ask new members to come along to a couple of meeting so we can all get to know you. Please see our meetings page to see where our meetings are taking place, and send us a quick email at email@example.com so we know if we’re expecting someone.
Tribe 21 tarted in 2005 as the Scottish Streetfighters. The club was reasonably well know and we made a lot of acquaintances through the many rallies and gatherings we attended. We are members of the BMF and support many of the charitable organisations such as NAB and MAG. Notably Scottish Streetfighters was one of only a few Blue Angels Support Clubs. After 6 years as Scottish Streetfighters it was decided a name change would be beneficial, so as of November 2011, we have been known as Tribe 21.
It has been difficult creating a new club with a new look and feel and it's all come together nicely with a bit of hard work and effort. We've managed to build something new and fresh but have kept all the good bits of what we've learned over the years. We are looking to expand and our mission is to grow the club and not only join in and attend events and rallies but to be big enough to run some of our own.