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In 1993, Ken “Dream Maker” Thomas, to bring together men and women who shared similar ideals and the common bond of motorcycling, founded the first Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club in Chicago. The name was chosen to uphold and disseminate the heroic legend of the original Buffalo Soldiers and their military history amongst the Chapters of the Buffalo Soldiers and Troopers.

Today there are chapters throughout the country in almost every state of the union, including Hawaii, all which liken to the original Buffalo Soldiers perform and subscribe to the Constitution and By-Laws of the National Association of Buffalo Soldiers and Troopers Motorcycle Clubs.

National Association of Buffalo Soldiers and Troopers Motorcycle Clubs


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Members love to ride and take pride in riding safely; they take equal pride in conveying a positive image, especially to the youth, in their communities. Buffalo Soldier Motorcycle Clubs are committed to community service and education programs including supporting seniors citizens' homes, student scholarships, and food, and fund drives for charitable organizations which as Toys for Tots. The club takes a pro-active role in mentoring youth and providing educations programs. Member chapters do not discriminate against race, religion, gender, or ethnic origin.

National Officers

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I am the President and Chief Operating Officer of Millennium Technologies located in Baltimore, Maryland. I ride a Victory Cross Country Tour and enjoy traveling with my lovely wife KayGee. I am a history buff and one evening while surfing Buffalo Soldier's history, I discovered the Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club and became a "Probie" one month later (January 2004). I look forward to meeting more of you as we move forward with our mission of education, camaraderie, and community service.

Glenn "Gray Fox" Williams, President

I am a retired Sergeant Major of 26 years and I continue to serve my country as a government contractor. I have an MBA and I am currently pursuing my Doctorates. I love sharing the history and accomplishments of the Buffalo Soldiers with others and what makes it even better is riding and socializing with other Soldiers from around the country. I would like to thank everyone for allowing me to serve as your National Secretary. It is our mission to do good things in our community and be positive role models for our youth. I believe in helping tomorrow’s leaders today and today is now!

Nathan "Motown" Mack, Vice President

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