WHO ARE THE BLUE KNIGHTS...
The BLUE KNIGHTS started in April of 1974 when ED GALLANT a Police Officer with the Bangor, Maine PD, had an idea and along with seven or eight other "cops" worked with him to see the idea become a reality. The idea was to form a motorcycle club for the people in law enforcement. The name "BLUE KNIGHTS" was suggested by David Coleman, Chief of the Brewer, PD and John Bryant an artist for the Brewer, PD, drew the logo for the club. Other than the pride of being a "BLUE KNIGHT", it has many other rewards. It is an organization of law enforcement motorcycle riders whose dedication to helping people in need is surpassed by none. Its many chapter functions give members along with their families many lasting friendships and a bond that last forever between knights.
WHO QUALIFIES FOR MEMBERSHIP IN THE BLUE KNIGHTS...
ABOUT OUR CHAPTER...
Our chapter is located in
the state capital
If you are interested in becoming a member of New York Chapter VI, please contact
President, Allan F. Ruth at firstname.lastname@example.org
Treasurer, Larry Walley at email@example.com
DISCLAIMER: The views expressed on this page are that of the Webmaster, and not necessarily those of Blue Knights International.
If you're gonna ride it doesn't hurt to know the weather!!!
Help us out, when purchasing something on line, GoodSearch will donate to our cause for every search you make. Check it out…and Thanks!
Click on the Drive In and enjoy our latest video on our Face Book page.
Click to listen to our Blue Knights® song "Ride With Pride" by Crystal Swygert.
Page last modified