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Tribal Nations MC New Song

Rock , rhythm and  blues comes together with the  smooth  style singing of  Tiki O’Brien, unplugged and raw.  Together with the words, Tribal Nations MC gonna ride, A song that tell you what Tribal Nations is all about. Breaking on through to the other side.

Ride Tribal Nations Ride Where breaking on through to the other side.

Ride hard,we can fly Through the valleys, the mountains, we can touch the sky.

On my steel horse I hear the rumbling roar tearing up the highway I’m a wanting more There ain’t no worries, my spirit is free Got my brothers an sister’s riding next to me.

3x Tribal Nations MC gonna ride

Come on burn it up, twist the throttle now burn it up (give heaps all you got, the best), shift in gear, now burn it up. twenty fourteen 2014 meaning the birth year of Tribal Nations and the letters T – 20 and N – 14 T.N twentieth and fourteenth number of the alphabet.

Come on burn it up,manaakitanga (respect, and honor) burn it up, kotahitanga,(unity,together,oneness) burn it up , FAITH is the key Family- Acceptance – Integrity – Truth – Honesty

3x Tribal Nations MC gonna ride

Tribal Nations MC Song

Bikers break silence over youth suicide rate

Hundreds of motorcyclists turned heads on Saturday as they rode in a convoy from Waikato to Auckland. They rode to make noise about one of New…

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Hundreds of riders attend a charity ride for child cancer

Hundreds of riders attend a charity ride for child cancer hosted by Ulysess Waikato branch on Sunday. Formally the Toy Run. Big ups to all clubs. Watch video on YOUTUBE Cancer Ride

Bikers break silence over youth suicide rate 11/02/2017 By Conor Whitten

They rode to make noise about one of New Zealand’s darkest statistics – the tragically high youth suicide rate from which no community is immune.

The Riders Against Teen Suicide event set out from Turangawaewae Marae with the aim to speak loudly about a subject many cultures still see as taboo.

Among the hundreds of riders on the Waikato road are just as many stories of pain and loss.

Organised by the Tribal Nation Motorcycle Club, riders from all walks of life were welcome.

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Motorcycle club hosts Ride of Respect to honour war heroes and Waikato RSAs 2016

Just like the troops in wars past and present, the Tribal Nations MC motorcycle group is a brotherhood fighting for a better world.

The Waikato group will host the first Waikato Ride of Respect on Sunday with proceeds going to Ngaruawahia, Huntly, Morrinsville and Te Awamutu RSAs and the New Zealand Fallen Heroes Trust. Read the full article.

Waikato Times News paper

On their bikes to break the silence surrounding youth suicide

He may look tough but Tribal Nations MC member Patrick Te Wake isn’t afraid to share his emotions when it comes to the topic of suicide.

Te Wake joined hundreds of motorcyclists in the Riding Against Teen Suicide [RATS]  from Turangawaewae Marae in Ngaruawahia to Pukekohe on Saturday. Waikato Times News

Tribal Nations MC holds suicide event. Watch on TV

Over 500 bikers took to the roads of Waikato as part of  Riders Against Teenage Suicide RATS.

Organisers, Ngāruawāhia based Tribal Nations Motorcycle Club say the campaign was supported by Waikato-Tainui as part of their goal to stop teenage suicide.

“When we have 9-year-olds and 11yr olds that think about ending their lives and do it it’s not right,” said  China Pepperell, Tribal Nations MC, Ngāruawāhia member.

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