The Highwaymen TNT were formed in Washington, DC, in May 1978. The eight founding members had a vision for this new club: diversity and fun. This vision still remains as our basic principle.
Rather than identifying ourselves as a motorcycle club (MC), the Highwaymen designated our club “TNT.” These three letters have become the true meaning of our club. You see, they stand for Trash ’n Travel! We are a fun, trashy group and we love to travel. Through the years, the Highwaymen TNT have grown from a core group of eight, to nearly 20 members. Our TNT family continues to grow.
We are very proud to call the DC Eagle our home bar.
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The Aims and Purposes of the Highwaymen TNT:
In the Spirit of Brotherhood, to Develop and Maintain Friendships among Members. Collectively strive to obtain mutual feelings of Support, Respect, Honor and Comradery. To Promote better inter-club relations with the local, national, and international Leather/Levi communities and to encourage a more favorable public image.