No, I am not and I do not know anyone personally who is. However, I am interested in learning more about them. I guess they have a website...I will look for it and read up on them. Thanks for your service.
I guess what held me back was, I didn't want to be a paper member-in-name-only and I was concerned that my schedule would keep me from showing up sometimes when called.
Incidentally, I don't personally know anyone who is involved either. I asked around of other riders but, as one member of a local club said, they all thought that membership was for ex-military/military only. I know from reading the site that this isn't true, but that's still seems to be the general perception.
But thanks for the post. It'll remind be to take another look.
Been a member since the begining, have a mission Monday for a KIA, anyone can be a member, military or not military, motorcycle rider or cage driver, it's not who you are or how many mission's you can attend, it's that you attend when available and show your respect for those that have served for us all..........We Welcome All.............
Proud member here for the last 2 years... It's all a matter of respect, honor and protection... All three go to the fallen and the family & friends. Respect and honor the fallen soldiers that gave their all for our freedom ... and protection to the family and friends from the anti-American loseholes that choose sometimes to demonstrate against the funeral.
Anyone can join the PGR who has respect for our military and their families. We aren't a club but rather an umbrella organization that was formed so that other groups such as Legion Riders, Rolling Thunder, AM Vets etc can all come together without mission statements or other issues getting in the way. We don't care if you're a vet, ride or drive. If you'll stand with us, you are welcomed.
The easiest way to hook up is to find your State Capt from the National Web Site Leadership page and email them letting them know you are interested and getting on the notification email list. If you can make missions great, if not we understand.