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********* Monthly meeting in September has been re-scheduled to September 9th at 7:00 P.M. at the FOP 3 on Circus Blvd. Sarasota

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The Blue Knights® is a non-profit fraternal organization consisting of active and retired law enforcement men & women who enjoy riding motorcycles. In the Spring of 1974, several law enforcement officers* from the Bangor, Maine (USA) area met and and formed a small, local motorcycle club. The rest, as they say, is history.

Soon, Blue Knight chapters were being formed in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and beyond. With the addition of Canada, and later Australia, the Blue Knights became an international organization.

*Our Founding Fathers are: Joel Rudom, Bill Robinson, Doug Miner, Ed Gallant, Mike Hall, Chuck Gesner, Wayne Labree, Chuck Shuman

As of 1 March 2012, we have 600 chapters and over 20,000 members in 24 countries.

This is our Chapter XVIII from Sarasota/ Manatee Counties, Florida.

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Blue Knights Pledge
As a Blue Knight I pledge to act with honor and pride to promote motorcycling and motorcycle safety by being an example of the safe use, operation and enjoyment of motorcycles. I will work at all times to improve the relationship between the motorcycling law enforcement community and the general public. The fraternal spirit will always guide me in relating to other Blue Knights.
According to the Blue Knight's International By-Laws, Our purposes and goals are to:
1: Provide for the mutual assistance, enjoyment, entertainment, education, physical mental and social benefit of its members and the general public.              
2: To promote and advance the sport of motorcycling and the safety of motorcycling.
3: To serve the interests of motorcycle owners and users.
4:To promote by example and any other acceptable means, safe use, operation and enjoyment of    
5. To develop a fraternal spirit between law enforcement personnel and the general public.