Our Club members have their own style of speech and terminology, depending on the lifestyle they come from and personal inside references from the Club. Here is a slight list of common words from the Juggalo circles, the biker world, and Club originals...


"Juggalo" Terms:

Chicken : A "redneck," of the racist bigot kind.

Clown Love : Appreciation, respect, or love within the community.

Cotton Candy : Juggalo slang for the female genitalia.

Down with the Clown : Being devoted or committed to the Juggalo culture.

Down with the Krown : Being devoted or committed to the Subnoize Culture

Faygo : Soft drink brand out of Detroit, Michigan, a staple of Juggalo culture with more than 50 flavors.

Floob : A social outcast, precursor to the term "Juggalo." (see : Scrub)

Gathering of the Juggalos : Annual gathering of Juggalos, celebrates music, wrestling, family, and more.  The most important meeting place in Juggalo culture, a place to reaffirm identity.

Hatchet Gear : Official clothing of Psychopathic Records, worn to show affiliation with the culture.

Hatchetman : Official logo of Psychopathic Records and Juggalo culture, seen on Hatchet Gear, albums, tattoos, and more. Formally used on the CFR Colors and as a identifying symbol for the Club, but removed in 2010 to avoid being associated with non-Club activities and people using it. It is still widely seen and used within the Club as most Members are Down with the Clown or wear them to show respect.

Horrorcore : Genre of Hip Hop listened to by Juggalos, lyrical themes of violence, torture, fear, and pain.

Homie : Friend and fellow Juggalo, someone who is Down with the Clown (see Ninja).

Juffalo : Someone seen by Juggalos as being fake or insincere about their involvement.  A poseur.

Juggaho : Someone seen by Juggalos as being fake or insincere about their involvement.  A poseur.

Juggalo / Juggalette : (What is a Juggalo?)

Juggaloco : A Juggalo who is insane or behaving as such.  A portmanteau of the words "Juggalo" and "Loco," the Spanish word for "crazy."

'Lette : An abbreviated version of the word "Juggalette," or female Juggalo.

'Lo : An abbreviated version of the word "Juggalo."

Mainstream : Forms of mass media and popular culture which Juggalos feel they are not a part of.  There is a commonly expressed hatred or disdain for the mainstream, often illustrated by claiming allegiance to the "underground."

MCL : "Much Clown Love," often MMFCL : "Much Motherfucking Clown Love."

Neden : Juggalo slang for the female genitalia, sometimes "Neden Hole."

Ninja : friend and fellow Juggalo, someone who is Down with the Clown (see Homie).

Ninjalo : A portmanteau of the terms "Ninja" and "Juggalo," which mean essentially the same thing.

Ninjette : A female Ninja (see Juggalette).

Richie : A wealthy or greedy person, who has money for the wrong reasons, or abuses their power.

Scrub : An outcast or outsider, a social status where Juggalos see themselves.  (see : Floob)

Shangri-La : Eternal paradise, "heaven," a positive and rewarding after-life.

Underground : Typically referencing an underdog approach to the creation, manufacturing, and sales of music. Also refers to any lifestyle which operates independently of mainstream, such as the rise of the CFR despite no support from major Clubs, or law enforcement in the past.

Whoop Whoop! : May be used as a greeting, as a sign of approval, or in celebration.

Wicked Shit : The Juggalo's preferred term for the Horrorcore genre of Hip Hop music.

"Biker" Terms:

1%er = The term was first used in the 60’s to describe some of the people that attended the motorcycle events back then. The American Motorcycle Association stated that 99% of the people at their events were god fearing and family oriented. The other 1% were hard riding, hard partying, non mainstream type people.

Ape Hangers = High handlebars so Biker's hands are at or above their shoulder height

Backyard = Where you ride often, your territory

Baffle = Sound deadening material that sits inside a muffler and quiets the exhaust note

Bitch Seat = Passenger Seat

Blockhead = The V-twin engine Harley produced 1984 -2000

Boneyard = Salvage yard for used bikes & parts

Brain Bucket = Small, beanie-style helmet usually sold as a novelty and NOT d.o.t. approved.

Broad = A female member at the club. She may be an old lady, dancer, waitress or girlfriend.

Broken Wings = a patch meaning the rider has been in a crash.

Burnout = Spinning the rear wheel while holding the front brake.

Cage = Automobile, Truck, Van... Anything that's not a motorcycle.

Cager = Automobile Driver

Chopper = Bike with the front end raked out or extended out.

Church = A room in a Clubhouse specifically for meetings and voting

Clone = A motorcycle built to resemble and function like a Harley-Davidson motorcycle without actually being a Harley-Davidson motorcycle

Colors = Club's Backpatch and/or Color scheme to identify with the Club

Crash Bar = Engine Guard

Crotch Rocket = Sport bike

Custom = Custom built bike

Cut = Vest with Club Colors

DILLIGAF = Patch meaning "Do I Look Like I Give A Fuck?"

Drag Bars = Low, flat, straight handlebars

Evo / Evolution = The Evolution engine (V-Twin, produced from 1984 – 2000)

Fathead = The Twin-Cam engine (V-Twin, produced from 1999 – Current Day)

Fender = A female passenger who is not an Old Lady but simply a lady a biker has invited for a ride.

Flathead = The Flathead engine (V-Twin, produced from 1929 – 1972)

Flash Patch = Generic patches usually sold at swap meets and shops. (Some bikers use many politically incorrect Flash Patches for 
intimidation purposes)

Flying Low = Speeding

FTW - Fuck The World or to some, Forever Two Wheels

Hard Tail = A motorcycle frame with no rear suspension

Independent = Someone not a part of any club or group, but normally a part of the biker culture.

Ink = Tattoo

Ink-Slinger = Tattoo Artist

Knuck / Knucklehead = The Knucklehead engine (V-Twin, produced from 1936 – 1947)

Leaving Your Mark = Oil puddle on the ground where you parked your bike

MC = Motorcycle Club

OEM = Original Equipment Manufacturer (Commonly reffered to as Stock)

Pan / Panhead = The Panhead engine (V-Twin, produced from 1948 – 1965)

Pillion Pad = The passenger seat

Pipes = Exhaust System

Plugs = Spark Plugs

Pucker Factor = Refers to how tight your ass got on a close call

RC = Riding Club

Rags = often used to refer to Clubs Colors represented by a bandanna

Rat Bike - Usually an older bike that doesn't look like it's been taken care of at all.

Revolution = The Revolution engine, Harley-Davidson's first water-cooled engine (V-Twin, produced from 2002 – Current Day)

R.F.F.R. (Rydaz Forever, Forever Rydaz) = Patch or slogan used by members to represent their total commitment to the club and every other member of that club. (Similar abbreviations are made with other clubs)

RICO = (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organisations) Laws passed for Law Enforcement to combat organised crime such as the mafia that are also used against some clubs.

Ridin' Bitch = Riding as Passenger

Road Name = Also known as handle. Name given to to someone by his Brothers/ friends. Usually given after some kind of incident or 
something they would associate with that person.

Rocker = Part of M/C colors which usually designates geographic location or territory

RUB = Rich Urban Biker

Rubber = Tire

Rubber Side Down = Ride Safe; Don't Lay the Bike Down

Run = Road trip with your Buds, most of the time with a place to go to in mind

Scoot = Motorcycle

Shiny Side Up = Ride Safe; Don't Lay the Bike Down

Shower Head = Refers to the new Harley-Davidson V-Rod motorcycle motor. It’s water cooled motor features what looks to be a 
showerhead attachment on it’s right side.

Shovel / Shovelhead = The Shovelhead engine (V-Twin, produced from 1966 – 1984)

Sissy Bar = Passenger Backrest

Slab = Interstate

Sled = Motorcycle

Softail = A motorcycle frame whose suspension is hidden, making it resemble a hard tail

Straight Pipes = An exhaust system with no Baffles

Tats = Tattoos

Tail Gunner = The last rider in a group

Thirteen "13" = Common patch worn by bikers. Can have several meanings. The most common held meaning in the CFR is to represent the letter "M" which means that member rides a motorcycle, rather than drives a car.

Turn your back = To completely disassociate from a person or club.

Twisties = Section of road with a lot of turns

Wannabe = Refers to someone that tries to pretend to be a part of the biker lifestyle

Wrench = Mechanic


"Club" Terms:

RFFR - Rydaz Forever, Forever Rydaz. Term used to show complete dedication and devotion to the Club.

b2r/d4l - Born to Ryde, Down for Life. This is a term used to show that your down with the club for life, and meant for this.

The Bridge - A location used for the initiation of Prospects into the Club, used since the late 90's it has recently become more developed in the area and is sometimes not used if conditions are not right.

Code 7/11 - A term used when Ryding, meaning you need to stop at the next gas station to use the bathroom. meaning an emergency.

Ryde - a variation of the word "ride" meaning more than just riding. To Ryde is to live the lifestyle. 

Ryde or Die - Go hard or go home

Exile - No longer allowed in the Club or Club territory, persons in exile must move away or stay away from CFR areas.

Judas - Formally known as Matric, he was a long time Brother who betrayed his Club, and the family

Brutus - Sometimes called of former Ryda, J-Roc. He was an accomplice to Juda's betrayal.

LC- Lake County

OC - Orange County

VCo - Volusia County

SemCo - Seminole County

The Deadzone - also called DZ, it is a Club enforcement team consisting of DGAF and Hash

Florida 40 - 32oz beer, used because Florida does not sell 40oz bottles.

IVXX - known as the 420 Kingz, but abbreviated simply as IVXX, This is a secret club that some Rydaz are members but is not Ryda exclusive.

The Hatchet - usually meaning the Hatchetman, or Psychopathic Records.

The Hatchets - when used in plural form it usually refers to the Club, and the Club logo.

CFR Friendly Business - a business that is down with the Club and welcomes us, sometimes hooking us up with deals or product. It is also looked out for by the Club.

APK - Used to refer to the city of Apopka Florida, also the Apopka gang that uses the term APK

LCK - Lake County Killaz, a short lived gang in lake county that some people say was shut down by the CFR.

Pistolville - The area between Mount Dora and the Orange County Line, once called Pistolville back in the 30's and 40's. Home of The CFR's Club Cutlass