A Chapter of Blue Knights International Motorcycle Club

Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club


Our Pledge

“As a Blue Knight, I pledge to act with honor and pride to promote motorcycling and motorcycle safety by being an example of the safe use, operation and enjoyment of motorcycles. I will work at all times to improve the relationship between the motorcycling law enforcement community and the general public. The fraternal spirit will always guide me in relating to other Blue Knights.”


Our Chapter was Chartered in August of 2001 at McDonald’s in Springfield, KY. Addressed in Berea, Kentucky, we have members from all over Kentucky. Our members are from all walks of the Law Enforcement Community. Active and Retired City, County, State, and Federal Officers.

Our club actively supports Concerns of Police Survivors (COPS) and the Kentucky Law Enforcement Memorial Foundation (KLEMF).

The Blue Knights® International Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club is a non-profit fraternal organization consisting of active and retired law enforcement officers who enjoy riding motorcycles.

In the Spring of 1974, several law enforcement officers from the Bangor, Maine (USA) area met and formed a small, local motorcycle club.

Our charitable organization has contributed over 18.8 million dollars to various charities worldwide since statistics were kept.

Our organization comprises active and retired law enforcement officers, and we strive to promote our organization as a family fraternity. Spouses and children often accompany our members to the various rides and functions.

Members can ride a bike of their choosing and are not mandated to ride an American-made motorcycle (i.e., Harley Davidson).

We do not have a probationary period for members or prospects, and women are equal in our organization as members and in leadership positions locally and internationally within the Blue Knights.