Chapters

1st - Shreveport, LA
We formed the 1st Chapter of Brother's Keepers Motorcycle Club in Shreveport, Louisiana U.S.A. in 2003.  Through a lot of research into other firefighter motorcycle clubs, we could not find a club that met the needs of all of us.  So we sat down and created our own club, our own by-laws and met with other motorcycle clubs in the area. Our thing was, we wanted to ride and help give back to our communities but at the same time, having fun doing so.  We have firefighters from all over the Bossier Parish, Caddo Parish, and Desoto Parish areas. Our monthly meeting is held on the 3rd Monday of the month 6:00 PM at Podnah's BBQ - 9030 Mansfield Road, Shreveport, LA.
Inactive
2nd - Niagara On The Lake
This chapter is currently inactive. If you are from this area, and are interested in learning more about BKMC and possibly re-activating this chapter, please contact Perry McDaniel at perrym@brotherskeepersmc.com
3rd - Pineville, LA
This chapter is currently inactive. If you are from this area and are interested in learning more about BKMC and possibly re-activating this chapter, please contact Perry McDaniel at perrym@brotherskeepersmc.com. We will gladly visit with you concerning the requirements for re-activating this chapter.
4th - Florien, LA
5th - Magnolia, AR
6th - Lexington, KY
The 6th chapter of the Brother's Keepers Motorcycle Club was formed in 2009 in Lexington KY, the heart of the bluegrass and the belly of bourbon country. Our membership serves on multiple area fire departments including Lexington, Harrison, Franklin, Scott, Mercer, Madison, Garrard, Bourbon , Clark, Jessamine, Woodford and more surrounding counties. Our annual Burn Run event held the 3rd weekend in May is our primary fundraiser to send Kentucky kids who have been affected by fire to a Burn Camp where they can be themselves among other adolescents that have experienced the same traumatic event. We hope to see you there next year but you can show your support now to our cause by ordering a support t-shirt or challenge coin.
7th - Monroe, LA
This chapter is currently inactive. If you are from this area, and are interested in learning more about BKMC and possibly re-activating this chapter, please contact Perry McDaniel at perrym@brotherskeepersmc.com . We will gladly visit with you concerning the requirements for re-activating this chapter.
8th - Texarkana, TX
We formed in 2010 with Brothers Keepers M/C (BKMC). We are the 8th Chapter, located in Texarkana,Tx. We are firefighters that just enjoy riding our Harley-Davidson's when not on duty or call. The brotherhood of BKMC is great with helping others in a time of need or support. We enjoy the brotherhood with others that are willing to ride an extra mile or two to support a great benefit every year like the "Burn Run " and more. Come on and Let's Ride for true brotherhood with BKMC firefighters that are giving a little extra back.
9th - Baton Rouge, LA
BKMC Chapter 9 of Baton Rouge, Louisiana U.S.A., was reopened in June of 2017. The officers and members of this chapter come together with goals to ride motorcycles and help give back to the community. BKMC Chapter 9 encourages members to participate in local rides and benefits supporting worthy causes in the community. If you are a firefighter (career, volunteer, active, or retired), live in Baton Rouge or the surrounding areas, own a cruiser/touring motorcycle, and are interested in riding with a group of riders that share common interests and the true meaning of brotherhood, then come join the Brother’s Keepers Motorcycle Club.
Inactive
10th - Deridder, LA
This chapter is currently inactive. If you are from this area, and are interested in learning more about BKMC and possibly re-activating this chapter, please contact Perry McDaniel at perrym@brotherskeepersmc.com . We will gladly visit with you concerning the requirements for re-activating this chapter.
11th - Jesup, GA (River Rats)
Brothers Keepers chapter 11 of Jesup GA was formed in August 2011. We are comprised of several different local fire departments with the main ones being Jesup Fire Dept and McIntosh county Fire Dept. Since being formed the chapter has expanded out to cover other surrounding county departments. We take pride in riding motorcycles as a family to support local burn victims in the tri-county area.
12th - Victoria, Australia
We formed the 12th Chapter of Brother's Keepers Motorcycle Club in Vicotria, Australia in 2012. Through alot of research went into other firefighter motorcycle clubs we choose to become members of the BKMC organization. We found that we liked the direction the group was going and what they stood for. Our thing was, we wanted to ride with no politics and help give back to our communities but at the same time, having fun doing so. We have firefighters from all over the area.
13th - Longview, TX
The 13th Chapter of Brother's Keepers Motorcycle Club was formed in March of 2012 in Longview, Texas USA. We are a family of like minded and dedicated fire fighters with the common goal of having fun, riding our bikes and giving back to the communities in which we live. We believe the direction to the BKMC organization and what the stand for. We are comprised of firefighters from all over the East Texas area. If you are a firefighter (career, volunteer, active or retired), own a cruiser / touring motorcycle, and are interested in riding with a group of riders that share a common interest and the true meaning of camaraderie, then come join the Brother's Keepers Motorcycle Club. Not only is this club an extension of what we do everyday for our community, but it is also a way for us to live a little! If you are interested in becoming a member of our chapter or just want information about us please contact one of the chapter officers and we will be happy to answer your questions. We meet on the first Sunday of each month at 3:00 pm. At our clubhouse located at 2119 FM 450 South Hallsville, TX.
15th - Crossville, TN
The 15th Chapter of Brothers Keepers MC was formed in 2012, in Crossville,Tn. Which lies on the Cumberland Plateau in Central Tennessee. We are a group of like minded and dedicated firefighters which have come together for a common goal of riding our bikes, giving back to our communities, and helping others in time of need. Each year we are blessed by being able to donate to Camp Hope, which is a Pediatric Burn Camp that allows children that have been affected by fire to attend camp. We are able to do this through several events we have scheduled throughout the year, such as our Annual Burn Run and the 4th of July Fireworks stand. Also, each year we attend the Fallen Firefighter Memorial in Bell Buckle,Tn. Our Annual Gobble Wobble 5K run on Thanksgiving Day allows us to help support the Salvation Army. If you are a firefighter (career, volunteer, active or retired), own a cruiser/touring motorcycle, and are interested in riding with a group of riders that share a common interest and the true meaning of camaraderie, then come join the Brothers Keepers Motorcycle Club.
16th - Thibodaux, LA
Brothers Keepers MC Chapter16 was formed in July, 2012. We are a family of bike riding dedicated volunteer or paid fire fighters from 7 different departments in 5 neighboring parishes. We held our first meeting starting the movement for an exciting future together. We serve the common goal of having fun, riding our motorcycles and helping those in need.
17th - Natchitoches, LA
In July of 2012, Brother's Keepers MC (BKMC) Chapter 17 was chartered and the foundation was laid of what would become a dynamic and dedicated group of men and women who share a commitment to the Fire Service and a love of motorcycle riding. Centrally located in Natchitoches, Louisiana (the oldest town in the Louisiana Purchase), our Chapter is comprised of both Professional and Volunteer Firefighters, representing many of the surrounding rural and urban Fire Protection Districts and Departments. The Mission of BKMC 17th is twofold; 1. To undertake fundraising efforts benefitting the Shriners' Hospitals for Children©, a healthcare system that offers high levels of specialized care (burns, orthopedics, and spinal cord injuries) to children at no charge to the families. Our particular focus is on the Shreveport, Louisiana hospital, which was the very first hospital designated in the Shriners' healthcare network in 1922. 2. To provide a unique social outlet for members of the Fire Service in our area who share a passion for riding motorcycles and the camaraderie of the open road. BKMC 17th encourages all Fire Service members who enjoy riding their motorcycle to contact their nearest BKMC Chapter for more information on how to join our international organization.
18th - Tyler, TX
The 18th Chapter of Brothers Keepers MC, was formed in Dec 2012, in Tyler, Tx, USA. As with all Chapters we are comprised of paid, volunteer, and retired firefighters, with a love of riding and spending time with our fellow brothers and sisters. In the short time that we have been formed we have grown to be a family and to have those family values of being able to call on each other when the need arises. We enjoy riding in charity events and giving back to our community just as we have as firefighters,if you would like to ride and be with like minded people, Please contact one of our officers for more information. Interested in joining the Tyler Chapter? Take a moment to fill out an application.
19th - San Luis Valley, CO
The BKMC Chapter 19 was started in the spring of 2013. The club was started by Matt Cordova from Costilla County Fire Department with other members from other fire departments in the San Luis Valley which covers a six county region. The San Luis Valley is in the South Central part of Colorado and is a plateau farming ranching region with an elevation of around 7600 feet. It is also the start of the headwaters for the Rio Grande River.
20th - Waco, TX
Who are we? We are a non profit motorcycle club made up of all firefighters and we love motorcycles. We enjoy getting involved with our local community and businesses. We love to help where we can and ride a lot to raise money for Burn victims, house fire victims and other disasters that may come. If you love to ride and you are a Firefighter then come visit us. We also ask everyone to share our page and add your friends. The more the better and everyone is welcome.
22nd - Metroplex, TX
Brothers Keepers MC Metroplex chapter is comprised of Firefighters, both career and volunteer. All of us are LIKE MINDED, and share 4 main goals. 1. Serving or communities thru the fire service. 2. Raise money for, and be supportive for children that have suffered life altering burns. 3. The love of the open road on motorcycles, and 4. BROTHERHOOD. BKMC Metroplex serves the area's west of the Hwy360 corridor in the DFW metroplex. If you are a Firefighter, that rides motorcycles, and has a passion to go above and beyond for others, check us out.
25th - Derby City, KY
The 25th Chapter of the Brothers Keepers Motorcycle Club (BKMC) was formed in Louisville, KY, in February 2014. Louisville is the home of the world famous Kentucky Derby, which is why we decided to name our Chapter the Derby City Chapter. We also ride horses (steel horses). The Derby City Chapter is made up of career, volunteer and industrial firefighters active and retired. We currently have 25 Members and Associate Members. Most of our members primarily serve the Jefferson County area, but we also have members from Oldham and Henry counties in Kentucky and Madison County, Indiana. Fire Departments represented by our Chapter include; Anchorage Middletown Fire & EMS, Clifty 6, Dow Corning, LaGrange, Louisville, Lyndon, North Oldham, Okolona, and South Oldham. The Derby City Chapters purpose is to create an environment where firefighter, who like to ride, can get together for fellowship and fun. Additionally, we host an annual Burn Run event raising proceeds to send kids who have been affected by fire to a Burn Camp where they can be themselves among other adolescents that have experienced the same traumatic event.
26th - Albemarle, NC
Chapter 26 of the Brother's Keepers MC was started in August of 2014. Located in Albemarle, North Carolina. We are the first chapter in NC and look forward to growing the club here. The club is made up of paid, volunteer, active and retired firefighters. We love to ride as much and as often as we can. We also like giving back to our communities that we serve.
27th - Kanawha Valley, WV
The 27th chapter of Brothers Keepers Firefighter MC and first chapter in WV is the Kanawha Valley chapter formed in July 2014. We are a family of dedicated firefighters that enjoy riding when not on call and giving back to our community. Our club is comprised of both active and retired firefighters. Located in the Kanawha Valley, we have firefighters representing many of the surrounding fire departments. Brothers Keepers Firefighter MC 27th chapter encourages all fire service members who enjoy riding their motorcycles as much as they enjoy being a part of the fire service to contact their nearest Brothers Keepers Firefighter MC chapter for more information on how to join our organization. For more information on Brothers Keepers Firefighter MC 27th chapter or to contact us, please join our Facebook page: Brothers Keepers Firefighter MC 27th Public Page.
28th - Paintsville, KY
The 28th Chapter of Brothers Keepers MC, Paintsville chapter was formed in 2015. We are a group of brother and sister firefighters that enjoy riding as well as sharing in the fellowship of our fellow firefighters. We try our best to support all the charity rides in our area. Our most enjoyable times are Chapter rides and the meals we share. Our annual Burn Run raises money for Camp Ytiliba. Camp Ytiliba is a burn camp for children hosted by Shriner's Hospital for Children in Cincinnati, OH. If you are a Firefighter (career, volunteer, or retired) ride a motorcycle and share the same interest we do, please fill out and application or contact one of our officers for more information!
30th - Brazo Valley, TX
The Brazos Valley chapter was formed in March of 2015. We are comprised of paid and volunteer fire fighters active and retired from all over the Brazos Valley. We enjoy riding and spending time with like minded firefighters. We support BKMC and what it stands for. Our chapter supports local and national organizations that support first responders. We ride cruisers and touring style bikes and if you are interested in joining our organization contact one of the officers and we will get you in the best MC in the country( in our eyes ).
Inactive
31st - Lake Cumberland, KY
This chapter is currently inactive. If you are from this area and are interested in learning more about BKMC and possibly re-activating this chapter, please contact Perry McDaniel at perrym@brotherskeepersmc.com. We will gladly visit with you concerning the requirements for re-activating this chapter.
32nd - Campbellsville, KY
The Center Of KY chapter was founded in 2015. We started with just 2 members under the Derby City chapter in Lexington, after loosing one of our own. We found BKMC to be a very close knit family of firefighters and wanted to earn our way to starting a chapter in the Campbellsville area. Chapter 32 consist of firefighters from Campbellsville, Raywick, Lebanon, Columbia, and others cities in the surrounding area. We will be supporting the Children's Burn Center in Indiana. If you are a Firefighter (career, volunteer, or retired) ride a motorcycle and share the same interest we do, please fill out and application or contact one of our officers for more information!
34th - DeQueen, AR
37th - Vestaburg, MI
Brothers Keepers Motorcycle Club Chapter 37 was established in April 2016 in Vestaburg, Michigan. We are the first chapter in the state of Michigan. We are all paid on call firefighters who enjoy the motorcycle club lifestyle. We currently have member's from Richland Township Fire, Home Township Fire, Crystal Township Fire, Sheridan Community Fire Department, Lakeview Fire and Greenville Department of Public Safety. We enjoy riding in Charity events and helping the community. We held our 1st Annual Burn Run in 2018 to benefit Great Lakes Burn Camp.
38th - Metroplex II, TX
We service Dallas, Collin, and Denton Counties. We provide support to our fellow firefighters that are burdened with PTSD. Our philanthropy is supporting Parkland Hospital’s Pediatric Burn Unit Camp, Camp I-Thonka-Chi. We work closely with 444 Angel to gift deserving kids with bicycles throughout the year. If interested in growing our Chapter and the brotherhood of the fire service, come join us!

Brother's Keepers MC

1827 Texas Ave.
Shreveport, LA 71103