You’ll never ride alone: Riders are great people, they greet each other while riding on the road and they are ready to help when a fellow rider is in trouble. This special sense of brotherhood and practical solidarity developed very early: The first serial motorbike was built in 1894 and already in 1903 the worlds’ first and now oldest MC, the Yonkers Motorcycle Club (YMC), was founded by George Eller in Yonkers, New York State. George Eller – yes, this man was the inspiration for our name and philosophy – wanted to connect the few bikers that existed at that time: He built up a community where all on two wheels should be there for each other. And they were! The YMC paved the way for thousands of clubs that followed its great idea.
That’s where Ellr begins: It connects the community of riders in a smart and seamless way to support each other, efficiently and effectively in emergency situations such as accident, theft or a breakdown of the bike. Precisely because every rider knows how painful these situations are, he will be glad to welcome you as part of the growing Ellr-Community: Together we are strong.
Ellr wishes you safe rides!