Meet The Warrior Brotherhood – Motorcycle Vets Helping Vets

Image Credit: Warrior Brotherhood
Image Credit: Warrior Brotherhood

The Warrior Brotherhood is a motorcycle club like no other. It is a Veterans Motorcycle Club that has only one mission – to help other fellow American Veterans – to provide them with hope, a sense of future, and to give back to them what they’ve sacrificed for our great country. Here at BikerOrNot, we found it necessary to introduce them to you all on this Veteran’s Day 2016. You’ll be glad you met them.

Their mantra?

There are universal truths that inspire men. These truths are written in the histories of all great nations, and address directly the influence of the “Warrior Class” on the traditions shaping the character of a nation. Our nation’s greatness was created out of the traditions of brave men who served the cause of freedom. They formed the foundation for our constitution, the meaning, and might behind our nation’s laws. The Warrior Brotherhood Veterans MC is part of that tradition. We have each served our country and risked our lives in its defense, and in the tradition of warriors around the world; we adhere to a different code, different customs, and different protocols. The love we bear for our nation and one another is forever strong.

We are the ONE and ONLY TRUE Warrior Brotherhood Veterans Motorcycle Club.  We seek no territory and we have no hidden agendas. We check in and are granted the right to fly by the predominate MC in states where we have chapters. We believe in every veteran’s right to ride in peace. We will defend that right without fail.

We found that right on their website, and you can too by clicking here.

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Watch their introductory video below, and tell us in the comments if you know of an American Veteran who proudly serves with the Warrior Brotherhood. Are you a biker who supports their mission in being American Veterans who volunteer their time and resources to help fellow American Veterans? What are your plans this Veteran’s Day 2016 to help and honor those who have given service to America?



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