The Knights Templar were a fraternal order that was founded in the 11th century and were renowned for their fierceness and courage in battle. The Knights Templar were also the elite fighting force of their day, highly trained, well-equipped and highly motivated; one of the tenets of their religious order was that they were forbidden from retreating in battle, unless outnumbered three to one, and even then only by order of their commander, or if the Templar flag went down. The combination of soldier and monk was also a powerful one, as to the Templar Knights, martyrdom in battle was one of the most glorious ways to die.

Today, The Templar Knights Motorcycle Club displays courage and goodwill in other ways. After owning motorcycles, we became more aware of the motorcycle “rides” and “rallies” that are held yearly. We started to notice that often people who found themselves or others in need would often set up a motorcycle rides to raise money. Many other charitable groups have used this idea for years; for example Shriner’s Hospital, Fallen Officers Memorial Fund, March of Dime, Breast Cancer Awareness, etc.

The TKMC was founded on the idea of service and comradery. We organize fund-raising activities, honor the Countries in which we live, honor all branches of Military Service and proudly support all local government agencies and public safety.

Currently, Templar Knight membership consists and welcomes people from all walks of life, who have strong moral and ethical standings in their communities.

* We are not a 1% Club. We neither condone evil nor participate in illegal activity.
* We are in no way affiliated with the Freemasons or any Masonic Lodge.

Please contact us for help with an event, and review our membership links above before submitting an application.

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He is truly a fearless knight and secure on every side, for his soul is protected by the armor of faith just as his body is protected by armor of steel. He is thus doubly armed and need fear neither demons nor men. - St. Bernard of Clairvaux