Mat Rempit loyal to their team leader. Chairman of the Mat Rempit are not officially appointed as the voting process, but it is an influential and dominant compared to other members. Sometimes a team leader was not aware that he was appointed to head the group. Position as a leader of the group often changes from time to time and potentially lead to a group of Mat Rempit split and formed a new group or join another group.The probability that they reunite after the split depends the issues that stimulate the consolidation of a group of like when there is a fights or drug use.
Mat Rempit group members have interests that seem to be the same eg play the guitar and drum music, playing sports such as snooker and billiards, fishing fish and relax in the 'mamak stalls. Mat Rempit do all activities together but often moves in small amounts in the range of two to nine people.
Moving in large numbers may limit the activity to done and is likely to cause problems. This shows that the spirit of belonging and camaraderie is very high in a small number of members, and in a Mat Rempit is a large group there are also several other sub-groups.
Although the Mat Rempit have norms and values or their own Specifically, they will not reject the norms and values such as public participation collaborative activities in the community. If they are invited to attend a weddings in need of assistance and aid them in making event, their mass would engage to help either.
If the norms and values in society to interfere with or restrict the practice norms held their value, the Mat Rempit will respond as damage to public or private property and injure people. Among the examples practices that violate the norms and values are loitering in the activity night while playing guitar and singing crowds, and test capabilities their bikes to harass the local population noise generated. At this point, the police will play a role in
control the activities and behaviors Mat Rempit.
Source:Journal(Activities and Social Expressions of a Mat Rempit Youth Group: A Sub-cultural Study)
By:Rokiah Ismail, Muhamad Fuad Abdul Karim & Zaidah Mustapha