International Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club
California VII (Oakland)
The BLUE KNIGHTS® INTERNATIONAL LAW ENFORCEMENT MOTORCYCLE CLUB is the oldest and largest law enforcement motorcycle club in the world. Founded in Bangor, Maine in the Spring of 1974 by seven municipal police officers, the Blue Knights has grown to over 20,000 active members and 606 chapters located in 29 countries, representing all facets of sworn law enforcement internationally. Membership in the Blue Knights is open to active and retired full-time and active reserve sworn, governmental, law enforcement officers that ride (any make) motorcycle off-duty.
Make no mistake, WE ARE THE GOOD GUYS. We are (or were) full-time or reserve, police officers, sheriff's deputies, highway patrolmen, federal, state and county law enforcement
agents and investigators that love riding motorcycles. Not just one brand or type of motorcycle, but all kinds from cruisers to sport bikes. You name it, we ride it! We feel that everyone should be free to ride whatever bike they choose, as long as they ride it safely. Law enforcement camaraderie is much more important to us.
The CA VII
Chapter was chartered in February 1991 and is the oldest
(continuously chartered) WCC Chapter in California. We are also one of
the largest chapters in the
West Coast Conference
We currently have over 77 members
from various Law Enforcement Agencies throughout the Greater San
Francisco Bay Area.
Among the Blue Knights' members,"There are no strangers, only friends you haven't met!"
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Jan 1, 2017
Jan 15 BKCA1 Invite
May 5-7Chapter XXII
Blue Knights International LE motorcycle Club, Oakland Chapter
PO Box 23584, Pleasant Hill, CA 94523
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