Supporting Our Veterans
We are a Tri Service military motorcycle club comprising serving and ex-serving Australian Defence Force (ADF) and Commonwealth Forces members, their families, friends and support riders. We are a Australia-wide club and our mission is to support Club members, Veterans and ex-service members and their families for the next thirty years.
We look after each other
To provide a ‘safe haven’ – our Club – that creates camaraderie, mateship and commitment.
To ride our motorcycles and allow us the freedom to ride together, to bond together, to enjoy the road together, to look after each other.
All persons being ex-service or current serving of the ADF, Commonwealth or Allied forces
All persons described as:
not having service
service members who do not have a motorcycle
a holding and training cell for all nominees
We look after others
To provide competent and dedicated welfare, pension and advocacy support to our members, Veterans and Veterans families in partnership with government departments such as DVA.
To implement our ‘Visit a Vet’ initiative and provide companionship to older veterans living at home, in age care facilities and other institutions.
To ensure observance of UN Day each year on 24 Oct in order to recognise the commitment, efforts and sacrifices of our Defence and Police personnel while on UN missions.
To create both the Veterans Assistance Centre(VAC) and Veterans Retreat, both being a ‘drop in’ centre for veterans who need qualified support, familiar surroundings and like-minded company.
We look ahead
To plan ahead 30 years to ensure the Club remains sustainable, is supported through local organisations, and remains a valuable asset within the Veteran welfare community.
To grow the Club through purpose, dedication and desire, and to recruit Sponsors to assist in our mission and objectives.
To align the Club with other military motorcycle clubs, to unite our common purpose and to build a firm comaradarie between us all.
“Ours is a military brotherhood from the very beginning, and we have been and still are bound to one another in such a way, that each will stand by the other to the death if need be, saving his honour, and thus true affection has brought me to his assistance, to aid him by my body and with all my goods, as he would do the same for me if I had need of him”
Australians We Cannot Forget