About NABSTMC

Nationwide

The National Association of Buffalo Soldiers and Troopers Motorcycle Club (NABSTMC) was established in October of 1993  in Chicago, Illinois by Kenneth “Dream Maker” Thomas.

Dream Maker founded the NABSTMC for the purpose of fostering unity and fellowship with motorcyclists in the Chicago area.

Since then, the NABSTMC has grown from one chapter to over 100 nationwide and overseas. We are professional men and women dedicated to the sport of motorcycle riding and safety; and educating the public about the accomplishments of the 9th and 10th Cavalry Buffalo Soldiers.

About BSMC Killeen

Local Chapter

The Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club, Killeen Chapter was founded on July 1, 2009 by Kevin “Radar” Briscoe and Sharon “1st Lady Storm” Briscoe as the Seventy-eighth (76) chapter. Our Mother Chapter (Houston) submitted our request to the National organization on July 15, 2009.

Our Chapter was chartered by the State of Texas on August 1, 2009.

The National Association of Buffalo Soldiers & Troopers Motorcycle Clubs (N.A.B.S.T.M.C) is currently comprised of over one hundred (110) chapters in Forty-two (42) States and Two (2) Countries.

The Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club of Texas, our Mother Chapter, was incorporated on the 25th of June 2002.

Our Chapter’s goals are:

  1. To be a “positive” influence in our community and to educate and inform our communities about the Buffalo Soldiers Legacy.
  2. Mentor youth on the importance of Family, Education and our History.
  3. To promote motorcycle safety.

Mission

One Club. One Patch. One Mindset.

We are “Buffalo Soldiers,” and we uphold the standards and traditions as set forth by our Chapter and the National Association of Buffalo Soldiers & Troopers Motorcycle Club (NABSTMC).

We are proud of our “Colors & Patch” and the rich history that they represent. We will wear our “Colors” with pride and will do all within our power to perpetuate and carry on the Legacy and Traditions of the 9th & 10th U.S. Cavalry, also known as the “Buffalo Soldiers”, our histories truly “Forgotten Heroes”.

It is our duty and an honor in educating the public and our community in the rich history of these heroes.

We will respect our “Colors,” our fellow troopers and all soldiers within both our chapter and our national organization. And when our “Riding” days come to an end: We aspire to be remembered as Troopers who served our chapter and community with dignity and respect as both “Motorcycle Riders” and as proud “Buffalo Soldiers”.

Chapters

We’re Nationwide

Northeast Frontier

Conneticut
Delaware
Maryland Mother
Maryland Central
Maryland Eastern Shore
Maryland Aberdeen
Massachusetts – Boston
Massachusetts – Springfield
New Jersey – Mother
Southern New Jersey
North Jersey
South Jersey
Central Jersey
Massachusetts – Springfield
New York – Brooklyn
New York – West Point
New York – Long Island
Pennsylvania – Mother
Rhode – Island
Virginia – Mother
Virginia – Hampton Roads
Virginia – Northern
Virginia – Central
Virginia – Richmond
Virginia – Roanoke
Virginia – Luray

Southeast Frontier

Alabama – Mother
Alabama – Birmingham
Alabama – Eufaula
Alabama – Montgomery
Florida – Mother
Florida – CentralFlorida – South
Florida – Jacksonville
Florida – Tallahassee
Florida – Orlando
Florida – Miami
Florida – Panama City
Georgia – Mother
Georgia – Augusta
Georgia – Savannah
Georgia – Columbus
North Carolina – Mother
North Carolina – Charlotte
North Carolina – Greensboro
North Carolina – Raleigh
North Carolina – Wilmington
South Carolina – North Charleston
South Carolina – Mother
South Carolina – Columbia

Great Lakes Frontier

Illinois – Chicago
Illinois – Southwest
Indiana – Mother
Indiana – Indianapolis
Kentucky – Mother
Kentucky – Fort Knox
Michigan – Mother
Ohio – Columbus
Ohio – Toledo
Michigan – Flint
Michigan – Grand Rapids
NW Wisconsin
West Virginia

Central Frontier

Arkansas – Texarkana
Louisiana – Shreveport Mother
Louisiana – Alexandria
Louisiana – Lafayetta
Louisiana – New Orleans
Mississippi – Jackson
Missouri – Kansas City
Missouri – St. Louis
Oklahoma – City Mother
Oklahoma – Lawton
Tennessee – Memphis Mother
Tennessee – Clarksville
Tennessee – Nashville
Tennessee – Jackson
Texas – Houston Mother
Texas – El Paso
Texas – Killeen
Texas – Galevston Bay
Texas – Dallas

Western Frontier

California – Sacramento Mother
California – South Bay
California – East Bay
California – Bakersfield
California – North Bay
California – Modesto
California – Fairfield
California – San Jose
California – Oceanside
Colorado – Springs Mother
Colorado – Denver Mile High
Hawaii – Honolulu
Nevada – Las Vegas Mother
New Mexico
Washington – Seattle/Tacoma
Washington, Spokane (Mother)