Biker Club Teams Up With Veterans, and Armed Forces

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I’ve been around the block a time or two, and it doesn’t take long to realize that a biker club is often full of really good people.Yes, much like many other groups of people, they are often unfairly stigmatized simply due to the actions of just a few of their members. It doesn’t change the fact that some of them are not only law-abiding citizens, but they are proud Americans as well.

One of the best examples of this would have to be a biker club based out of Ft. Wayne, Indiana. They are showing everyone, biker or not, what it is like to be a true, red-blooded American.

This Ft. Wayne motorcycle club had big plans last Saturday morning. That is when they invited all of the active-duty military and former veterans to come have breakfast with them.

The Warrior Breed Motorcycle Club hosted their pancake breakfast for these veterans at Cosmo’s House of Pancakes on Lima Road from 7 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.

They had a room reserved just for them, and it was packed with both men and women in motorcycle gear but also plenty of men and women in military gear as well.

This motorcycle club organized this event as “a time to fellowship with other veterans of all eras”, according to the Facebook page.

Indeed, this isn’t the first time that a biker club has been known for its charitable deeds. There is a biker club on Long Island that has spent many years giving back to the community by fighting child abuse.

“We’re a strand of barbed wire around the child,” said the secretary of the Utah chapter of Bikers Against Child Abuse. “We’re there to protect them – and if you get too close, you get hurt.”

This is just one of many instances where a biker club is stepping in to give back to the community.