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To promote motorcycle safety.

To project a positive image of motorcycling.

To enjoy the community of firefighters.

To engage exclusively in social, charitable, and educational activities.

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Got Insurance?

Any chapter/association hosting an event between July 1, 2016 and August 16, 2016 and would like to apply for insurance for this event, you must have your insurance request sent in to the International Secretary Bill Snodgrass no later than June 6, 2016. He will be enjoying a 6 week ride to Alaska during the above listed dates and wants to ensure your events are taking care of before he leaves. Safe travels to you Bill!

 

History of the Red Knights in Print

During the summer of 1982 several firefighters were visiting "Randy's Cycle Shop" in Boylston, Massachusetts and the subject of motorcycle clubs came up. Soon they were all grousing about the fact that law enforcement people had a motorcycle club known as the Blue Knights but there was no club for firefighters. After this tire kicking session, owner Randy Wilson suggested to Ed Wright, a firefighter from Northboro, MA, that he stop talking about the lack of a club and form one instead.

Learn more about the history of the Red Knight Motorcycle Club, books are available for purchase from the Red Knight Regali at a cost of 99.00 plus shipping.

They will aso be available at the Yankee Rally (May 20–22, 2016) , Americade, (June 8, 2016) and at the Red Knights Convention( August 18-21, 2016)


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Don't have your Red Knights® Patch Yet?

. . . Visit The Red Knight Regalia Page . . .