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Learn About the BSMC Seattle-Tacoma Chapter

Welcome to our web site!

Chapter History

The Buffalo Soldiers MC Seattle-Tacoma was founded in September 2004 by H. "Doc" Wedington. Approval to start the chapter was granted by Buffalo Soldiers MC Washington President Marvin “FarRider" Smartt.


We are a predominately African-American motorcycle organization. However, the members and chapters do not discriminate against race, religion, gender, or ethnic origin. We welcome anyone who accepts and supports our values and mission.


Although our chapter is newly formed, all original members have experience as members of at least one previous motorcycle club. We are very aware of what we like in a club's structure and the requirements of its members.


As a member of the Buffalo Soldiers MC Seattle-Tacoma, you will be welcomed as family and treated with dignity and respect. After all, you are an adult with your own ideas, needs and you possess your own unique ability to contribute to our club. We welcome all brands and styles of motorcycles. 

We Claim No Territory

WE ARE NOT A 1% CLUB AND WE CLAIM NO TERRITORY... we do take our club and membership seriously. Our colors pay homage to the original Buffalo Soldiers of the 9th and 10th Calvary. These were African-American men who during a time of extreme racism tried to make their own contribution to fledgling America. We can only imagine their sacrifices trying to accomplish the mission.


Imagine having to soldier with the worst horses, food, pay, and equipment.


Guess what... they were successful.


Several Buffalo Soldiers received the Congressional Medal of Honor!


LEST WE FORGET

The Buffalo Soldier Creed

I'm a Buffalo Soldier, and as a Buffalo Soldier, I will uphold the Standards and the Traditions set forth by my chapter and the National Association of Buffalo Soldiers and Troopers motorcycle clubs.


I'm proud of my colors and the rich history that they represent. I will wear my colors with pride and will do all within my power to educate the general public about the rich history of the 9th and 10th Cavalry Buffalo Soldiers.


I respect my colors and my Buffalo Soldier Sisters and Brothers. And when my riding days come to an end, I wish to be remembered as one who served with Dignity as a responsible biker and a proud BUFFALO SOLDIER.