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    Default U.S. Army Motorcycle club

    I am trying to start a motorcycle club here in phoenix,az I like to know if there any vet's that like to ride and be in a club show support for are fellow soldiers.

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    The problem you may be faced with is there are probably several "Military" motorcycle clubs in your area. I know in Birmingham the VFW have clubs for riders.

    I would check with your local chapters and see whats there. You could also post some fliers on bulletin boards at the VFW, DVA's field offices, VA Hospital and clinics ect.
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    Yeah I know about the the VFW and other mititary type clubs. But there is no club that I know of for the Army SFC. There is ones for the marines and only for them but none for the Army.

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    I'll ride with you guys anytime. I know down the bragg way, there's a ton of Soldier's who ride. SFC Dibblerjr gave you solid advice. It's about reaching out to vets and Active Soldier's that will get you're club up and running. Place an AD in mags and the likes. and also leave you're flyers @ you're post and at the local Harley dealerships and the likes. You'll be surprised the responce you'll get.

    We had to take a safety course to ride on post. We're a mixed bag of Soldier's and Vets who love to cruise.Most of us are younger Vets hanging out with the older dudes who love to ride. I have a HD bare bones and a Im thinking about getting a VMax to round out the fun. lol. You ride a HOG or Speed or both? Let us know how you make out.

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    There are 1000 free business cards they are 5"X7" and very nice. You design the card, send it to them via email, once they approve of your picture sizes ect. they will let you know. You pay S/H, on my other website I paid $19.95 for 1000 cards.

    I would go around from place to place and whenever I saw a Subaru I would leave it on their window or door. When I retired and moved from Fort Drum I gave the site to my best friend. I started out by myself and when I handed it over I had over 500 members.

    I would give every member a handfull of cards and they would do the same. We blew up to that 500 member # in a little over a year. We had car shows, picnics, BBQ's, road trips, museum visits. Anything to keep the Fort Drum soldiers and the civilians that joined occupied.

    The cards are free except S/H as long as you let the card company advertise on the other side. It was no big deal for me and my club. We probably left 10,000 cards throughout upstate NY and I even had some members from as far as California.

    clubflyers.comn for the cards

    I dont/ cant ride anymore however if you ever drive through B-ham I will follow in my truck in case of any breakdowns.
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    Really good idea. Thanks, Dibblerjr, I'll give clubflyers.com a try down the road..
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    American Legion Riders. They are huge. It's getting to where almost all Legion Posts have a chapter. It's great for the Legions as it is drawing in younger vets, the riders are doing a ton for the community, and they are having a great time doing it. I personally don;t ride as I'm an old car guy, but I think it's a great thing.

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    that Remember link on the American Legion Riders site is some heavy stuff

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