members of Fire and Iron, a national motorcycle club composed of firefighter's and others associated with the fire service, "who love to ride and are committed to the Brotherhood that being in a MC and being a Firefighter means," according to their website, www.fireandiron.com
Station 84, a Pioneer-based motorcycle club,
Earlier this year we found out about him and decided to help them out
hosted a fundraiser during a Region 3 meeting of the Fire and Iron at the Quality Inn in Holiday City
auctioned off a banner
Fire and Iron MC's membership is made up of Firefighter's and others who are associated with the Fire Service who love to ride and are committed to the Brotherhood that being in a MC and being a Firefighter means. Members are comprised of Active and Retired Full Time/ Career, Paid On Call or Volunteer Firefighters. In addition to firefighters, we welcome Dispatchers, Mechanics or Inspectors who work in direct support of the Fire Service.
Members of the Club not only share a passion for protecting the lives and property of the citizens of their communities, but also for each other and the open road. The Club takes great pride in its efforts to support various charities and other rides.
Fire and Iron MC is a 100% NEUTRAL Club. We claim no territory, and ride with and show respect to ALL clubs and expect the same in return. WE ARE NOT A "1%" CLUB, and don't pretend to be. So if that is what you are looking for, then we are not the club for you. The Club has over 140 "Stations" , as our chapters are known, throughout the United States, Germany and Canada. The Club members ride 1000's of miles each year, criss-crossing the country in support of our other Stations and members rides and events.
If you are serious about being in the BEST DAMN FIREFIGHTERS MOTORCYCLE CLUB IN THE COUNTRY, then contact your local Fire and Iron Station. Our club is divided into 8 Regions which are overseen by a Regional Officer and International Stations which are overseen directly by the National Executive Board. If you are looking to open a new Station then please go to the Contact Us tab and click on the Region you are in for direct contact with the Regional Officer. For International requests please contact the National Board directly.