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So, what's the story behind this Cut-N-Shoot HOG Chapter? It is as interesting as the folks who comprise its membership. Back in 1989, a few brave souls got together and filled out the necessary paperwork required by H.O.G. to form a new chapter. Now the exact date and time of this momentous meeting is open to speculation. You see, our founding fathers were very much like the folks you see here today, more interested in good times and the riding than a bunch of note taking. And the Chapter they created mirrored their fun loving personalities.

Like all H.O.G. Chapters they needed the sponsorship of a local dealership, which in those days was called Conroe Harley Davidson. One of the quirks of H.O.G. in those days was that the Chapter had to have a distinct name not associated with the dealership. Our brave pioneers looked around and decided that they should adopt the name of Cut-N-Shoot as an alternative to Conroe. Not only did they pick a name that stands out from the rest of HOGdom but it actually promoted the idea and attitude that this was not gonna be just another plain vanilla H.O.G. chapter. No way Jose! We were going to see a chapter that truly represented the spirit of the folks riding Harley Davidson motorcycles.

From the very beginning this Chapter was a riding, partying bunch of folks. Small in number (our officers and the present day road captains actually out number our early membership) but invariably the most recognized chapter around. The name helped, but what really made them stand out was their ability to turn every opportunity into a party of friends. Cut-N-Shooters have never met a stranger. And more importantly, all were welcome in the CNS family. There have always been larger chapters, but there has never been one with the same excitement as ours.

In the late 90's our membership really took off. Finally folks actually wanted to be a part of the fun rather than just observers. And as had been the Cut-N-Shoot practice, everyone whose goal was to ride and have fun was welcomed into the fold. The magic continues to this very day. We welcome you to our historic pursuit of riding and having fun.

CNS Director