TEAMSTER HORSEMEN MOTORCYCLE ASSOCIATION

Chapter 25

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The Teamster Horsemen Motorcycle Association Inc. is a non-profit organization incorporated in the State of Illinois.
Principle offices located in Sugar Grove, IL.

 

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The Chicago Chapter of ABATE of Illinois was founded in 1985 to:  Actively engage in the political process by supporting laws and regulations that protect the rights of motorcyclists, and opposing laws and regulations that infringe on motorcyclists' rights.   Help prevent motorcycle accidents through Rider Education and Motorcycle Awareness programs.  Foster political awareness and political involvement within our membership.  Promote a positive image of the motorcycling community to the general public.

Visit: http://www.chicagoabate.com/

American Knights - The American Knights Motorcycle Club is comprised of active, retired and disabled law enforcement officers in addition to qualified civilians who support the goals of law enforcement. The club promotes brotherhood, the sport of motorcycle riding and raising money for charity as a non profit organization. They have been honored three times by the Chicago City Council for outstanding charity work in Chicago and they are also a recognized Chicago Police Department Organization.

Visit: http://www.akmc.us/

American Lawmen - The American Lawmen Motorcycle Club (ALMC) is a not-for-profit organization that is incorporated in the State of Illinois. The club's membership consists of a brotherhood of active and retired peace officers, select civilians and honorary members who are riding enthusiasts who own and operate Harley Davidson Motorcycles. The purpose of the ALMC is to encourage and promote the sport of motorcycling and to conduct motorcycling activities in and around the community

Visit: http://www.almcchicago.com/

Barrio Riders - The Barrio Riders is group of diverse people from all walks of life dedicated to establishing a good image of the motorcycling community while creating lasting friendships. They promote motorcycle safety while having fun riding and doing family and community oriented activities. The Club is open to all types of motorcycles and continually seeks new ways to enhance member’s experiences of owning a motorcycle.

Visit: http://www.facebook.com/barrio.riderschicago

Blue Steel - The overall purpose of Blue Steel is to strengthen the bond between Law Enforcement Officers and its Civilians and their families and its community in which they serve in the time of need. They also support a variety of charities, and organizations

Visit: http://bluesteelmc.org/

Brothers In Blue - The Brothers In Blue Motorcycle Club was by a few Law Enforcement Officers and a couple of Fire Department Personnel as a Non-Profit Organization in Chicago, IL. The club best suits First Responders with their shared interests in Motorcycles and the open road. They believe that family and friends come first and they offer a club that promotes camaraderie and loyalty between all emergency services personnel. The Brothers In Blue Motorcycle Club was created to assist and support the members of our professions and their families in their time of need

Visit: http://www.brothersinblue.org/

The City Heat Motorcycle Club, is a brotherhood and a fraternal organization, not an association. It is a motorcycle club made up of law enforcement personnel, professionals and tradesmen with a common passion and enthusiasm for motorcycling. They plan events which include local and long-distance rides, charity fund raisers, poker runs and social gatherings with other local clubs and associations.

Visit: http://www.cityheatmc.org/

The Iron Justice Motorcycle club is a non-for profit organization consisting of proud, sworn Law Enforcement officers (active, retired, or disabled) regardless of gender, race, color or creed as well as many law abiding friends. They are all true motorcycle enthusiasts who promote motorcycle safety and awareness and enhance the thrill and excitement of the true sport of motorcycle riding.

Visit: http://www.ironjusticemc.com/

The Latin America Motorcycle Association has folks who enjoy riding bikes in leisure time and enjoy activities that are closely related to riding bikes. L.A.M.A. members organize and participate in local community life.  L.A.M.A. is an international organization and has many chapters in several countries: USA, Puerto Rico, Venezuela, Uruguay, Mexico, Cuba and Australia.

Visit: http://www.latinbikers.com/

LERC is an independent organization not affiliated or sponsored by any motorcycle manufacturer, organization, or club. It is not affiliated or sponsored by any Law Enforcement organization, agency or union.  LERC was organized to unite  brothers and sisters of Law Enforcement, and share in the sport of motorcycling. The goal of LERC is to generate an increased enthusiasm for riding motorcycles. LERC events are intended to promote enjoyable and safe activities for its members and participants, establish esprit de corps and camaraderie in the community, and at times promote charitable endeavors.

Visit: http://www.lercmc.net/

The RPMC is a non-profit organization that hosts and attends numerous charity events in support of public safety officers and their families. The membership is comprised of law enforcement and fire service personnel who share the common love of riding their American made motorcycles, and who believe that loyalty and camaraderie are core values for public safety personnel. We do not believe in politics in public safety but rather in doing what is right and being loyal to our professions.

Visit: http://www.renegadepigs.com

From the beginning, it was determined that the Untouchables Motorcycle Club would be created solely to benefit the widows and children of fallen police officers, strengthen the existing Brotherhood, and to promote the love of motorcycling and true freedom. The Club's motto quickly became, "Riding for our Brothers that can't."

Visit: http://www.untouchablesmc.com/

The Wild Pigs Motorcycle Club is composed of active and retired law enforcement officers who enjoy riding Harley-Davidson, and other American Made, motorcycles. The club is formed upon the bonds of brotherhood forged in our passion for motorcycles and our shared experiences as law enforcement officers. They are an active supporter of many other law enforcement motorcycle clubs and several charitable endeavors.

Visit: http://www.wildpigschicago.com/home.php

SOKOL powstawl Motorcycle Club was founded in 1997 by Magda "Wild" Huk, as the SOKOL Brotherhood. It is the first Polish motorcycle club in the United States. In 2003 after much effort and hard work it was renamed SOKOL RIDERS.

Visit: http://www.sokolriders.com/

The Chicago Motorcycle Guide is one of Chicagos best resources of links for biker events, biker clubs, and biker services. If your group/club is not listed on these pages there is a link to enter events and club information on this page.

Visit: http://www.chicagomotorcycleguide.com/

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The Justified Motorcycle Club of Illinois Will / Du Page Chapter is dedicated to promoting brotherhood, the sport of motorcycling and raising money for charity . Our membership includes a majority of law enforcement personal, active, and retired First Responder's & Veterans, as well as qualified civilians who support the goals of our Club and Law Enforcement.
 


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