Finalize details for Blue Ridge Bikefest. Select a Road Captain for the ride and a route. (Skid and LJ are going up on Thursday with the trailer to get everything ready). Pull names for the trailer bunks... Talk about other upcoming rides.
We are first of all, a group of bikers that just love to ride. We're interested in meeting more people like ourselves for some safe riding, friendship, and fun. Although we are a club, we welcome anyone that wants to ride with us, from novice to well experienced riders. You don't have to be an official club member to ride with us. We try to ride as a group several times a month, so if you're looking for folks to ride with check our calendar.
We are Saints and Soldiers Riding Club, not an outlaw, or 1% club, but rather a group of brothers and sisters that believe in riding as much as possible and helping who we can when we can. We chose to be a Riding Club because of the less formal nature of that type of organization (less rules more socially orientated), but still organized enough to conduct business, have an overall mission and do some charity work in our community.
The club was founded in Feb of 2010, in Hampton Roads, VA (named after a WWII movie released in 2003). We claim no territory but can be found in the Tidewater area. We are primarily a group of prior, retired or active duty military members. Our service careers start from the Vietnam era to the present. We help support each other in all fashions that a family should support one another. We try not only to be your friend but like the brother or sister you are.
We are proud of the colors we wear and respect all other clubs . While we follow a traditional club style we believe that the iron you choose to ride is your own and the bike does not make the person. Our members ride everything from crotch rockets to cruisers and come from every walk of life. We do not discriminate against Race, Color, Creed, Sex, or bike manufacturer.
Please do not post other organization's events to our site without introducing yourself first, and asking permission on our message board. If you ask politely and it's for a good cause we'll probably pick it up as an event and promote it on our site (as we do for many of the rides we participate in). If your post a message describing an event without introducing yourself first and asking permission, we'll delete it and may even block you. Sorry... we've had problems with too many intruders, not supporting a thing we do, but posting their events on our site. We don't post on other sites without asking permission first.