American Legion Riders

Brooks-Flicks Post 49 Troy, PA


The American Legion Riders is a national program administered by the departments and posts in each of the 50 states as well as in several locations overseas, the Troy chapter of the American
Legion riders was first chartered on September 14th 2008. The American Legion Riders is not a motorcycle club, but rather an association of like-minded Legion Family members who enjoy family activities and the opportunity to advance the aims and goals of the American Legion.

American Legion Rider membership continues to grow bringing in many new American Legion, American Legion Auxiliary and Sons of the American Legion members into the organization.
The American Legion riders also attracts active-duty military members as well as veterans
from all war eras.

The Troy American Legion Riders raises and donates annually to local programs and charities
for veterans, military families and the community. The American Legion Riders promote the
honorable nature of military service, providing honor guards and flag lines to local military
funerals, patriotic parades and other memorial events each year.

The American Legion riders today are an important part of the American Legion Family as
they support virtually all of the programs of the American Legion