Blue Iron Motorcycle Club Georgia
The Blue Iron Motorcycle Club was founded in January 2005 as a Motorcycle Club for riders in the State of Indiana and any other state where chapters may form. The club was organized to allow riders of American made cruisers and some non American made cruisers who are Law Enforcement Officers or family, friends, and supporters of the law enforcement community to become members and by doing so form a brotherhood where all families can come together for a common goal. The “BIMC” as it is called was formed from only a few individuals who shared the love of riding motorcycles, the love of law enforcement, brotherhood, and most importantly recognized the importance of a “family first” attitude.
Everything involving the club patch design is centeredon Law Enforcement. The name Blue Iron was selected because everyone in our profession carries a weapon often referred to as “Blue Iron”. The Blue Iron skull represents many things. It is blue with red eyes which represent the typical LE colors. It is also a tribute to those law enforcement officers who have paid the ultimate sacrifice for others. The fierceness of the skull represents the mentality officers may need to portray at times to save a life, to stay alive, and the bravery they must possess. The crossed 45’s are a historical image of law and order as a peace keeper.