Legion Riders

The American Legion Riders (ALR) is a dynamic national program administered by the departments and posts in each of the fifty states, as well as in several locations overseas. The ALR was established as a local post program in 1993 at Post 396, Garden City, Michigan, and has grown to over 1300 local chapters worldwide.

The ALR is not a motorcycle club, but rather an association of like-minded Legion Family members who enjoy family activities and the opportunity to advance the aims and goals of the American Legion through the sport of motorcycling.

The Riders attract active duty members as well as veterans from all war eras. Riders raise and donate hundreds of thousands of dollars annually to countless national, state, and local programs and charities for veterans, military families and local communities.

 

National Legion Riders

 

 

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