So if I'm a prospective member, looking at what they deem important, I can't question it, instead I'm supposed to give them my money and then ask and see if they'll address it? I don't know many businesses that would succeed with that model. I also don't know many people who would join an organization that speaks for them and hand them money while watching them go after issues they don't think are important.
The reality is that the majority of motorcyclists in BC ride cruisers and the membership of BCCOM reflects this; thus, the issues they pursue are those important to those who ride cruisers, namely loud pipes and beanie helmets. Unfortunately, neither of those issues resonate much with the BCSB crowd. I suppose if several thousand non-cruiser riders joined BCCOM then the issues the organization pursues (or at least their priorities) might change.
Myself, I cannot stand obnoxiously loud pipes (which seem to be most often attached to a cruiser) and support efforts to clamp down on them. For the record, I have an an aftermarket slip on exhaust on my bike but have enough common sense not to ride in a manner that generates a lot of noise in areas where doing so will annoy a heap of people.