Private Bikers Association of Kenya

About Us

The Private Bikers Association of Kenya was “formally” started in 2014 by representatives of different biker groups, associations, Clubs to express the corporate desire to form a united private biker body to advocate for their needs in the country.  Originally there was the Outriders Association of Kenya, TSA, Cruising Kings, Coast Riders Association, Lakeside Riders and Superhero Bikers Club(SBC) among others were the few organized groups then.

2015 saw rapid growth of bikers that saw the rise of bikers getting organized into either the type of bike they rode or into Nyumba Kumis (where they lived or worked) as a way of helping each other in case of emergencies and also to look out for each other on the roads.

Benefits of Joining PBAK

As an umbrella body for private bikers in Kenya, PBAK is meant to ensure that the private bikers voice is heard through engaging authorities on various matters of interest, advocating for inclusive policies, creating awareness on road safety and proper training as well as ensuring private bikers welfare is promoted through road rescues after incidents, access to discounted services and social support where there is a need.

Over the years, PBAK officials have managed to:

  1. Advocate for better treatment of bikers e.g. through engaging with Muthaiga Police for access to Muthaiga Road to be granted.
  2. Continouosly support members incase of arrest or harrasment by authorities.
  3. Provide avenues for bikers to interact such as the Prayer day.
  4. Advocate for better policies through engaging Nairobi County and NMS for equal access to the city and motorcycle designated parking spots in town (currently in discussion).
  5. Partner with member organisations such as:
    • Women Bikers Association for the tree planting to improve our carbon footprint, we emit too. 🤷🏿‍♀️
    • The Oktoberfest hangout with Kingsmen as an interaction event to meet and greet.
    • The World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims with Inked Sisterhood, Mamacycling and various other cycling groups to remember our fallen two wheelers and push for sane road use, better policies and create road safety awareness e.g. the insurance webinar.
    • Road traffic safety awareness with Mercedes Owners Kenya and other road safety campaign across various towns from Nairobi through Rift Valley to Central and Eastern Counties. The event engaged bikers from these areas.
  6. Supporting various charity events initiated by our member groups such as Eastern Bikers.
  7. PBAK members are also given a sticker and card with “In Case of Emergency” details and organises for road rescues.
  8. PBAK has partnered with Amref to get discount for its members and ensure professional assistance is accorded when needed.
  9. PBAK in collaboration with partner organisations has organised webinars for training of members on various matters of interest e.g. Insurance with Inked Sisterhood, road safety & mental health with Inked Sisterhood.

    Join us today, engage us and let us know how we can keep serving you better! 😊


    NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING (AGM) 2023 on 25th March 2023

    Hi PBAK Members, Kindly find below notice for the ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING (AGM) 2023 on 25th March 2023 2023.03.03_Notice of AGM_2023_Rev 02   Kind regards, PBAK SECRETARY’S OFFICE


    This year’s Bikers Prayer Day 2023 was held on Sunday 5th February at Nairobi Chapel Church Ngong Road. And it was a Blessed day. Pictures courtesy of Chwa/Baya: Video courtesy of Ng’inja The Entertainer:   Thank you all for coming  


    2023 AFRICA UBUNTU BIKERS RUN ON 29TH JANUARY 2023 0700 hrs Meet up at Shell fuel station – Gitaru (Waiyaki way) 0730 hrs Depart for Stop Over Restaurant, Uplands for breakfast 0830 Breakfast 0900 Ubuntu speech reading (while breakfast continues) 1030 hrs Rides after Ubuntu Breakfast   Ride after the breakfast. 3 categories: 1. Easy/Newbies : Uplands >> Nrb through Karirana join whatsApp group: 2. Adventure : Uplands > Naivasha > Suswa > Ngong (lunch)> Nairobi join whatsApp group: 3. Superbikes: Uplands > Naivasha > Kinangop> Nairobi join whatsApp group: https:…



    Hi Good people, We plan to have our end of year ride on Saturday 10th December 2022, and the destination is Zeituni lodge, Elementaita. We will have 3 different groups as below; ng Guys, Here are the groups for those who would like to Join the End Year Ride! 1. For Newbies/Moderates riders – Meeting point Ola Petrol Station Sigona (Gitaru) at 8.00am, please join the group below for further logistics 2. For Superbikers riders – Meeting point Shell Petrol Station Sigona (Gitaru) at 8.00am, please join the group below for further logistics 3. For Adventure riders – Meeting point Total Petrol Sta…

    Death and Funeral Annoucement of Carlclay Gitau Mbugua

    Hello PBAK Member, On behalf of the family, it is with deep regret we announce the passing on of Mr. Carclay Gitau, a member of Thika Road and Outering Road Nyumba Kumi. The unfortunate accident occurred on Sunday 28th August 2022 as he rode back to Nairobi with a few other bikers. Let us condole with the family through prayer, comfort and financially, as they plan for the journey to his final resting place on Tuesday 6th September in Kipipiri, Nyandarua County. Family and friends continue to meet daily 6:00pm at Ruaraka Baptist Church, opposite Garden City . There will be a memorial service on Sunday 4th at 3:00pm at the same venue. As a community, we would like to stand with the family …

    Bikers Family Fest 2022 – THANK YOU

    Greetings Biker, Bikers family fest 2022 was a big success, this success is as a result of your support and believing we all could deliver together. On behalf of PBAK leadership I want to register our thanks to each one of you individually and as leaders in different Clubs and Nyumba Kumi. Your role in mobilizing bikers to the event is highly appreciated. There were over 263 bikes the last we tried to count. Once again THANK YOU. PBAK CHAIRMAN Lawrence Enjoy the pictures


    We hope you are as excited as we are to see you! Join us on 9th July 2022 for the #familyfestke Bikers Edition Festival at The Waterfront, Karen. Lots of games and activities, prizes, food, zumba, performances and bikers! Ticket Charges: Kes. 500


    The Private Bikers Association of Kenya 2022-2023 calendar of events:    


    The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride is an annual motorcycle charity event that raises funds for Movember. Movember is the leading global charity changing the face of men’s health, to improve the lives of men through prostate cancer research and men’s mental health initiatives. The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride looks to activate all riders who own and ride classic and custom style motorcycles and scooters, to dress dapper and unite in a parade through the heart of their city to raise funds and awareness for prostate cancer and men’s mental health. The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride is opened to all genders but this year its strictly men, simply because we wanted to celebrate the men and gi…

    Our Team Leaders

    • Lawrence Mbagara

      Lawrence Mbagara is an IT Systems Engineer, married and a father of two young Adults. Lawrence together with the family started riding in the year 2016 after the death of his nephew (James Quest) and core founder of Motorcycle Kenya today PBAK.
    • Joe Kaibiu


      Joe is An ICT practitioner by profession and has been riding since April 2014

    • William Archer

      William Archer, an Engineer by profession. Current PBAK secretary, main role is correspondence for the association, both internally & externally. Been biking on & off since 2007, on a neighbour’s bike. Eventually got my own first bike in 2016. 

    • Mutua Mutuku

      Mutua Mutuku is an advocate of the High Court of Kenya and a co-host of a mentorship platform; Wakili Quick One. He sits at the board of Kenya Fashion Council. Mutua has been riding since the year 2019 and it has been one hell of a ride. Mutua is an adrenaline junkie who enjoys a good read, banter, rugby, classical music and is happy to build on to PBAK objectives.

    • Kelvin Odek

      A pastor and a mental health ambassador for men. I love riding and because it allows me to meet new people.

    • Njeru George

      Njeru George, a.k.a Karis Njeru is a safety enthusiast,an adventure biker and a cyclist .He practises his career in Marketing and Distribution in the development sector. He belongs to Thika Road Nyumba Kumi, where he coordinates discourse on safety every Thursday.  
      Hobbies : Riding, playing guitar & drums, reading.

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