Updated: Jan 25, 2021
The Alliance of Law Abiding Motorcycle Clubs, is an elite organization, dedicated to the support of our Brothers and the belief of the freedom of the road. Alliance member clubs believe in bridging the gaps of Law Enforcement and Military, First Responder and Civilian for the establishment of a cohesive unit.
As Alliance members, we are brothers, brotherhood is our top priority. We take our inspiration from the examples of First Responders Officers and the Military personnel who make up the core of The Alliance. An Alliance member sets aside his personal woes to serve those who cannot serve themselves.
Our world has become destabilized. We fear for our National Security. We fear for our financial security. We fear for our sons and daughters at war and for the wellbeing of our families at home. We insist that we are entitled to certain rights. We are deserving of basic comforts. But we find ourselves in a time that forces us to fight for those rights, to strive for those comforts. It is during times like these that the Alliance is called to action. Our mission cuts through the fear and uncertainty to uncover the bravery that makes the open road so beautiful. Our Alliance relies on our Brotherhood to relax, to heal and rebuild. Our cups overflow with support from within and we can’t help but to be charitable with the off fall.
As we bridge the gaps within our own organization, we create charity for the less fortunate around us. We join the Alliance because we want a network of clubs who will do anything to support us. We want to know that when we send a daughter off to college there will be family there to protect her. We want to know that where we send our sons off to battle, there will be family there to protect him. We join the Alliance because we want to return the favor.
Our countrymen are not after the circulation of our almighty dollar, though it would do them well to see local cash spent on local beers. Our countrymen are after our spirit. We represent the outside world, a hope for brighter days ahead. Our country is longing for bikers, she wants to be ridden’ through. When a motorcycle with unfamiliar pipes blasts its way through small town gates, all perk up, happy to have new stimulation. New Alliance clubs bring new energy, new spirit. New clubs mean new life. New bikes mean new freedom. Our country needs us to ride, because riding represents a fearlessness that she so desperately wants to impart to her citizens.
Whether we ride through the orange blossom air to the south, through the river roads and one hundred year old forests of the East and the Midwest. Through the mountainous seaside of the West, through the frigid air of the North. Or through the war torn roads beyond our beloved countries. We are family, we are brothers, we are The Alliance.