Tribal Nations

Tribal Nations
 

Tribal Nations

Programme Information

A programme presented by local members of the Tribal Nations Motorcycle Community to highlight and discuss upcoming rides and events, and community well-being issues.

The hosts will inform of upcoming events and talk about the kaupapa of the Green and White Ribbons, community wellbeing, respectful relationships, anti-violence, abuse and bullying, - from the perspective of Tribal Nations Motorcycle Community members.

Tribal Nations MC started in 2014 in the Waikato, there 6 regional chapters, 3 in the North Island – Te Hiku, Te Puku , Te Upoko – and 3 in the South Island -  Te Tauihu, Te Turu, Te Taurapa.

Particular emphasis is given to supporting the Green Ribbon - Ride Against Teen Suicide (RATS) kaupapa, - The White Ribbon Kaupapa – and the Ride of Respect (ROR) kaupapa which aims to raise money for RSA’s in our communities.

The Tribal Nations MC mission statement is: To support those in the community who are disadvantaged, disenfranchised, and suffering serious illness, neglect, deprivation, abuse, whether physical or emotional and addictions.

 

About Us

Tribal Nations Motorcycle Community are a group of people who are passionate about riding motorcycles and supporting people and charities in need of assistance.

Kaitiaki Clint Thompson  - works at the Carterton District Council. A passion for family, community, hunting and motorcycles. A senior member of Tribal Nations, Te Upoko, Horowhenua. Rides with his wife Sharlene who is also a  member of Tribal Nations. Rides a Victory.  

Sassy Shar Thompson  - wife of Clint. Works for Tautoko Services in Masterton and has a passion for family, community wellbeing, karaoke and sports. A dedicated mum of 5 who is heavily involved with Nga Iwi Netball Club as a player and facilitator of junior development in the netball club.

Colonel Steve Taylor - Salesman and devoted Harley Davidson man. A passion for family, community and drinking cheap beer at flash establishments. Steve is a well-known local comedian and club secretary for the Horowhenua TNMC whanau.  

Matua Darcey Tilyard - A local in abode and whakapapa. Darcey is known around Masterton as the man who probably failed your licence test, no just kidding. Really a caring compassionate soul who is devoted to his whanau. Another with a passion for community wellbeing and a glutton for punishment who insists on riding a Harley.

The hosts will inform of upcoming events and talk about the kaupapa of the Green and White Ribbons, community wellbeing, respectful relationships, anti-violence, abuse and bullying, - from the perspective of Tribal Nations Motorcycle Community members.

 

Video / TV

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