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The Blue Knights started in April 1974, when a small group of Bangor-Brewer, Maine, Law Enforcement officers organized a local recreational motorcycle club. In following years the organization mushroomed into an International Motorcycle club with chapters in the United States, Canada, Australia, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Sweden, Belgium, England, Switzerland and the Netherlands. The Blue Knights have been very active throughout these countries on fund-raising projects such as Heart Fund, Cystic Fibrosis, Ronald McDonald House, children's wards in hospitals, Nursing Homes, Abused Women and Children, Handicapped Children's Camps, Cerebral Palsy, The Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation of the United States, and many others Charities too numerous to mention.

The Blue Knights join law enforcement personnel around the world in a fraternal organization which includes federal, state, provincial, county and local police; all of who enjoy recreational motorcycling. The Club is dedicated to improving the motorcycling image, promote safety and promote motorcycling as a family recreation, and just having fun.

Rewards of Knighthood

If you are wondering what makes the Blue Knights so special,  perhaps the following will explain the kinds of feelings that flow when a bunch of motorcycle-riding police officers get together.

Knighthood is:

* enjoying the company of different people who share not only the common bond of law enforcement but also the love of motorcycles.

* being able to visit your friends in any of our member countries and be treated like family.

* receiving get-well cards from people you've never met. (There are no strangers in the Blue Knights, only friends you haven't met yet.)

* riding with the Ladies of the Knights who give that added family touch.

* going to handicapped children's camps, giving the rides and having fun with them.

* Being a Blue Knights is all this and much more.

Who Qualifies?

* All persons who are full or part time police officers with powers of arrest, and are paid by a government agency.

* The person must own a motorcycle or anticipate obtaining a motorcycle within 6 months.

* Any person who is retired from a full-time Law Enforcement Agency.

* Any person receiving a disability income from a Law Enforcement Agency.

* Each member must be properly licensed to drive a motorcycle.

If you Qualify and wish to become a member of this outstanding organization, please fill out the form in the attachments section below.  You can either mail it to the address located on the 3rd page of the form or bring it with you to one of our meetings.  Please do not mail the form to International, it will only slow the membership process.



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Randy Marshall,
Dec 20, 2010, 6:12 AM
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