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Cernunnos (pronounced Kur‑nun‑noss) is the Celtic pagan god of the woods. Sometimes shown as a human body with a stag's head and sometimes, as in our patch design*, a bloke with horns - hence his other title of…
The Horned One
Cernunnos Motor Cycle Club is a pagan-orientated motor bike club that was formed in 1996 by a small band of people with a number of common interests: two of these interests are biking & having a good time.
Our present members ride in from Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire, Northamptonshire, and Warwickshire. The rides we currently have include BMW, Norton, Triumph, Harley Davidson, Aprilia, Armstrong, Yamaha, Suzuki, Kawasaki, & Honda. These include trikes, sidecar combos, cruisers, naked standard bikes, & sports bikes. The first step to becoming a member is to come to a meeting. Although we have an internet site we are not an internet club.
If you would like to find out more about the pagan god Cernunnos, and about Mabon, then try the links on this page.
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On this website is a comprehensive biker party and rallies guide; there are links to other bike clubs, MCCs, MCs, brotherhoods, sisterhoods, and bike organisations in the UK, Europe and elsewhere in the world.
Until further notice we will be meeting on Thursday evenings from 8pm onwards at the Coffee Pot Tavern, 30 High Street, Yardley Gobion, Northamptonshire. If we're not there then we might be at the Royal Oak, Cogenhoe, Northamptonshire.
Cernunnos MCC is affiliated to the NABD (National Association for Bikers with a Disability). They provide all kinds of support for those riders (existing or new) who want to get on the road after accidents or illnesses.
Cernunnos MCC is also affiliated to the BMF (British Motorcyclists Federation). The BMF was founded in 1960 as the Federation of National One Make Motorcycle Clubs. It renamed itself the BMF in 1965.
In 2007, at the beginning of September, Steve Taylor, known to us as Harley Steve, had gone to hospital for a planned heart operation that would've brought some relief from the chest pains that he had been suffering. Unfortunately he suffered a stroke after the operation and never regained consciousness. He died at 6.30am 23rd September 2007.
A big thank you to all of you that came to see Steve off at his funeral on Monday 8th October.
R.I.P. Harley Steve / 1955 - 2007