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We are Strength and Honor. Our Strength is in our brotherhood and the commitment we have to one another. We are accountable to ourselves and to each other. We pledge to abide by our guiding principles of Honor, Integrity, Loyalty, Dedication and to Always Remember.


We are a motorcycle club. You can't buy our patch, we do not give it away, you must earn it.

Strength & Honor Motorcycle Club


SHMC is a registered IRS 501(c)(3) public charity. Our primary mission is to provide assistance to the families of fallen public safety personnel and veterans. This is accomplished via grants, scholarships, etc. funded by private donations and sponsorships.

All of our charitable activities are handled by our members, their spouses/significant others, and volunteers. SHMC has zero overhead and 100% of your donation will go to assist someone in need.

Strength & Honor Motorcycle Club


The iron cross represents the righteous ideals of the club. The crossed hammers represent the gavels of justice. The black shield serves as a reminder of the chaotic and often perilous environment of our chosen professions and the need for protection from the resident evils. The warrior wearing the horned helmet represents all those who wage war against individuals who aim to deny our constitutional rights and peace of mind. The warrior’s blue eyes represent the law enforcement origins of the club and are a constant reminder of the “thin blue line”. The warrior's name is HILDAR and is an acronym for:


Strength & Honor Motorcycle Club


In 2020, SHMC celebrated its 15th Anniversary. Chapters located all over the United States have raised more than $100,000 in financial assistance for various charities, individuals & families in need. 


SHMC does not require members to ride a specific brand of motorcycle so long as the motorcycle falls into the cruiser or touring categories with an engine displacement of 750 cubic centimeters (cc) or larger, although most of us choose to ride Harley-Davidsons.    

SHMC functions, activities, and rides are open to club members, their families, and invited guests. A probate or patched member must sponsor all guests and is responsible for the conduct of the guest while riding and socializing.  

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