WELCOME TO BLUE THUNDER LAW ENFORCEMENT MOTORCYCLE CLUB
The Blue Thunder Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club (LEMC) is a volunteer, public charity (501c3), organization dedicated to:
brotherhood and mutual support of our members,
supporting families of Arizona law enforcement officers who died in the line of duty,
supporting Arizona law enforcement officers injured in the line of duty, and
we also do a lot of riding and other activities for fun.
WHO WE ARE AND WHAT WE DO
The majority of our members are either active or retired law enforcement officers (LEO). We are an independent motorcycle club, not affiliated with any other club. We are law abiding citizens. We do not support any outlaw motorcycle clubs or criminal activities whatsoever. We respect the rights and colors of other motorcycle clubs and expect the same in return.
One of our founding principles is that we must have fun. Although we spend time and effort on behalf of our mission, we must always maintain our enthusiasm for being part of and contributing to the Club, or the mission will suffer. It's not rocket science, and keeping a focus on having fun and supporting our brotherhood while pursuing the mission is our goal. Additionally, several characteristics are incorporated into this club that, taken as a group, distinguish it from most other LEMCs. Bottom line ... True Brotherhood + Honorable Mission = Great Times.
The mission of the Blue Thunder Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club is to assist the families of law enforcement officers who died in the line of duty or those law enforcement officers injured in the line of duty, while providing support and brotherhood to its members.
Get in touch with Blue Thunder Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club to discover more about our club. We thank you for your support.
Tom "Chainsaw" Chaney, President -
Mike "Half Tank" Cocciardi, Vice-President -