American Legion Riders
We are the founding Massachusetts chapter of the American Legion Riders.
The American Legion Riders are members of the American Legion who are also motorcycle enthusiasts. We can be found participating in parades, taking part in motorcycling events and supporting our communities. Members of the ALR come from the American Legion, the Legion Ladies Auxilary and the Sons of the American Legion. The American Legion Riders are family-oriented, just as is it’s parent organization; the American Legion.
History of chapter 155 in Massachusetts
The American Legion Riders Program was founded in Massachusetts at the Dalton Post 155 in 2000. At the state convention in 2002, this chapter was formally recognized and accepted as the First Official Riders Chapter of Massachusetts. Founding President Mike Lefebrve and the other founding members would then go on to assist many others who were interested in establishing American Legion Riders Groups. To date, there are more than 19 Legion Rider Chapters in Massachusetts and still growing.
To participate in parades and other ceremonies that fit the objectives and purpose of the American Legion. Our goal is to promote motorcycle safety programs and to provide a social atmosphere for the American Legion members and families. We aim to use our program to support Veterans, The Veteran hospitals and homes, and the community.
Riders Membership Meetings are held every 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month.
Freedom Ride – Aug 5, 2018
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