Bikes for Excellence Award Ceremony

May 17, 2019

Award ceremony for Bikes for Excellence was held at Mitchell Elementary School in Houston Texas. Bikes are awarded to students who have excelled in academics, personal conduct, and attendance.

The mission of "Bikes for Excellence" is to reward students who deserve to be recognized for their hard work and accomplishments throughout the academic year. "Bikes for Excellence" continue to seek out and recognize these students who aspire to succeed through diligent and dedicated effort. "Bikes for Excellence" applaud those with high expectations.

Cujo's Wild Ride for the Leukemia/Lymphoma Society

April 27, 2019

Thin Blue Line LE MC Nation has begun our first annual Cujo’s Wild Ride for the Leukemia/Lymphoma Society, in conjunction with the Texas Association of First Responders Wild Game Cook-off Event.

This will be an annual event from now on in honor of Darrel “Cujo” Malone, and the Leukemia/Lymphoma Society.

The TAFR (Texas Association of First Responders) cook-off benefits Law Enforcement Officers, Firefighters, and Emergency Medical Personnel injured in the line of duty. The Texas Association of First Responders is an all-volunteer organization created in 2007.

TBL had several cook teams that participated and over 100 bikes in the ride to the event.

KIPP Blytheville Collegiate High School Recruitment Event

April 21, 2019, Blytheville AR

Thin Blue Line LE MC, Arkansas was invited to attend the KIPP Blytheville Collegiate High School Recruitment Event.

With the motorcycles being a draw, the event was a success and the school received 27 applications for the 2019-2020 school year in the 3 hour event!! No other recruiting event has ever even come close to that number of applicants!! We also had a very good club meeting as well!!

#TBLStrong

Chili Cook-Off for Thin Blue Line Foundation

Lone Star attended a Chili Cook-off Benefiting Thin Blue Line LEMC Foundation and Assist the Officer on March 16, 2019.  We were presented with a check for over $700 at the National Meeting later that month.

Ride for Zach

April 13, 2019 - Afton, Wisconsin

Chicago area Thin Blue Line LE MC members attended the Ride for Zach Olson.

Zach is a 19 year old young man with terminal brain cancer. He wanted a large group of bikes to get together to ride for him. We wish Zach well and hope he enjoyed all the bikes that gathered.


Chicago Area LE MC Unity Banquet

March 9, 2019 - Chicago, Illinois

Chicago area Law Enforcement Motorcycle Clubs periodically meet for a Unity Banquet to share in fun and camaraderie.

Members of the Thin Blue Line Nation attended the event in support of our Chicago Chapter.

Blue Lives Matter March 2019, Houston Tx

Blue Lives Matter March was held on March 10, 2019 at the Houston Racetrack. Members of Thin Blue Line LE MC participated in the event and auction.

Funds raised will go to the Relentless Defender Foundation and Thin Blue Line Foundation, both foundations assist the families of fallen officers, first responders and the military.

Thin Blue Line LE MC participation in Ride for Abigail

On Sunday, March 3, 2019, members of Thin Blue Line LE MC participated in the Ride for Abigail.

Abigail is a 6-year old little girl who is fighting terminal cancer. Her wish was to become a police officer. Freeport Police Department, Freeport TX swore her in as an Honorary Police Officer. The Texas Rangers also made Abigail an Honorary Texas Ranger.

Fight the fight Abigail!

Fundraiser for Captain Wes Hensley

A joint fundraiser with Central Texas HD (CTH), TMPA, and the OAG Association was held at CTH for Texas OAG Captain Wes Hensley, who was shot 9 times during a felony warrant execution in Harris County

TBL LEMC ATX Chapter attended and provided a check to the TOAG Association for $1,000. The money was a small part from the chapter funds but mostly from chapter member’s private pockets.  I could not be more proud of the members of TBL ATX Chapter at last minute notice they dropped what they were doing and within 30 minutes had raised $1,000 to help this Texas Guardian of the Thin Blue Line.  ATX Chapter members got to meet Captain Hensley's children and learned that the Captain is doing well and in good spirits. I expressed to his children that their father has the fighting spirit of a true Texas Peace Officer Hero.

The TOAG Association President advised me that there is an upcoming fundraiser in Houston very soon.