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About The Blue Knights

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.

We currently have over 19,000 members in 11 Conferences, with approximately 650 chapters in 32 countries.

United States Canada Australia Austria Belgium Boznia - Herzogovina Croatia Czech Republic Denmark England Finland France Germany Hungary Ireland
Italy Jersey Luxemburg Netherlands New Zealand Norway Poland Puerto Rico Romainia Scotland Slovenia South Africs Sweden Switzerland Ukraine Wales

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, Concerns of  Police Survivors, Special Olympics, Cerebral Palsy and many other 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 whom enjoy recreational motorcycling. The Club is dedicated to improving the motor cycling image, promote safety and promote motorcycling as a family recreation, and just having fun.  Spouses and children often accompany our members to the various rides and functions.

Who Qualifies for membership?

1. All full-time Law Enforcement Officers working for a governmental law enforcement agency or department with statutory powers of arrest and licensed to operate a motorcycle.

2. Retired full-time Law Enforcement Officers that worked for a governmental law enforcement agency or department. (Retired by reason of age, years of service, or disability).

3. All part-time Law Enforcement Officers working for a governmental law enforcement agency or department with statutory powers of arrest and licensed to operate a motorcycle.

4. Retired part-time Law Enforcement Officers who have been employed by a governmental law enforcement agency or department for at least fifteen years and have been a Blue Knight for five years or more. (Retired by reason of age, years of service, or disability).

5. All members must own a motorcycle or plan to purchase a motorcycle within six months of becoming a member.

Complete Membership Qualifications.