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Brother, are you a biker?, then a friendly, warm and fraternal Greeting to you!


For the brethren who have never heard of the Widows Sons Masonic Bikers Association (WSMBA), they are a group of Freemasons within Great Britain that happen to have a passion for riding motorcycles and hold with the idea of universal brotherhood. The WSMBA was formed in 2004 and has since grown to 11 established Chapters located all around the county with more chapters in the process of being formed. They are recognised by UGLE and each individual Province of the relevant Chapter. The word “Chapter” is commonly used by Masonic Biker groups defining a particular area - nothing more.

The Widows Sons is quite simply a motorcycle-riding club. They are a non-brand specific riding Association so no
matter what brand of motorcycle you ride, as long as you are a Master Mason, in good standing, you are welcome as a member.

The goals of the WSMBA are:
• Introduce the sport of motorcycling to our Masonic brothers.
• Raise Masonic awareness in the world of motorcycling.
• Assist in Masonic and other worthy charities.
• Support the Craft through regular attendance.

The West Midlands chapter encompasses a non-exclusive 30 mile+ radius of M6 Junction 11, but we welcome applications from anywhere in the Midlands. This covers several counties hence this introduction.
We have regular meetings and rideouts which you are welcome to attend as a guest, when the full concept of the WSMBA can be explained in full by the members of the Chapter regarding membership, qualification, charity and our goals.

If you are interested, please contact either via our website: www.widowssons-wmids.co.uk
or by the following email addresses:
President - Peter Lemm: president@widowssons-wmids.co.uk
or Secretary - Clive Andrews-Lewis: secretary@widowssons-wmids.co.uk

Widows Sons Masonic Bikers Association
is a charitable organisation in keeping with true Masonic principles,
and is recognised by the United Grand Lodge of England.



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