History of the Greensboro Chapter
The North Carolina Greensboro Chapter was established 2006 for the purpose of fostering unity and bringing together
cyclists in our community area for cycling related activities such as mini excursions, club rallies and other forms of
motorcycling fellowship. We are a Motorcycle Club comprised primarily of Military (Active, Retired, Reserve), and Law
Enforcement/Corrections (Active & Retired) professionals, dedicated to the sport of Motorcycling and to the education
of all people as it pertains to the African American in this country’s history.
We ride under the name of the “Buffalo Soldiers” to express our pride in and our respect for the many accomplishments
they made during the decades following the Civil War. We hope to instill some of that pride in the minds and hearts of
today’s youth and our community. We believe in our community and we believe that our representation of heroes from the past,
like the Buffalo Soldiers will serve to strengthen the values of our community in the future. As a club, we also identify and
assist various charitable organizations in helping others.
The members of the club share a passion for riding motorcycles together throughout the United States. We are a group of
professionals who strive to promote safe motorcycle touring and other motorcycle related activities. All of our members are
expected to educate themselves and their communities in the history of the Buffalo Soldiers and set a positive image for our youth,
as well as provide various services to our local communities.
Our objective is to always continue to educate our community on the legacy of the “Buffalo Soldiers” and their sacrifices and
accomplishments while giving back to our community and demonstrate a positive image at home and abroad.