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The Sisters of Scota Women’s Motorcycle Club, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization was founded on the premise that we will do our best to bring together groups of people including motorcycle clubs, independent riders and supporters to raise funds for non-profit organizations that benefit women, children and animals with regard to health issues.

Beginning in 1979 with the Heart and Wings as our club logo, we were known as Leather and Lace Womens’ Motorcycle Club (WMC); time and evolution within our world eventually led to a morph in colors to Fuschia and Silver in 1981 and a name change to Sisters of Scota in 2001. One of our original founding members and sole survivor of that era, eventually laid claim to the mystical energetic colors and patch sustaining our need for a mentor and principle leading-light of values such as our commitment, our ethics, our indomitable spirit and woman power; we maintain an affinity for Mother Earth and Goddess Spirit and, in our way, hope to influence a lasting transformation for ourselves as we live to strive at self-actualization. We are blessed to have with us, still today and may we introduce Dayna "Grumbles" Davidson-Sands, our living legend. Most all of us strive to live and commit to something -- we just happened to choose our love of riding motorcycles to influence our choice in matters pertaining to commitment by becoming Sisters of Scota.