The Lonestar Chapter is the Founding and Parent Chapter of the Shields of Honor Motorcycle Club.
We are currently working with future prospective Chapters in several locations. Should you have an interest in organizing a Chapter in your area, please contact us with your information.
Our membership motto is, “Quality over Quantity”. We are always willing to accept new members into our BROTHERHOOD. The right to wear our Colors is earned not purchased. There are various restrictions and qualification requirements. Should you have a desire to be a part of the few, please contact us with your information.
The Shields of Honor Motorcycle Club was founded January 1, 2010. The ten founding members wear the PRIMORIS X patch. (Primoris is a Latin term for First or Foremost, joined with the Roman Numeral X) This patch is to HONOR these men for their perseverance and indomitable spirit demonstrated in the successful creation of this brotherhood. read more...
Shields of Honor MC - Creed
I am a Shield of Honor,
Guardian of Freedom and Justice,
I will never Falter or Fail,
I am a Protector,
My nation's Sword and Shield,
Its Sentry and Avenger,
I am a Defender,
The Shields of Honor Motorcycle Club is a brotherhood comprised of Criminal Justice / Law Enforcement professionals, Fire Fighters, and Veterans of all the U.S. Armed Forces. We are motorcycle enthusiast that work, ride and play hard. We believe in God, family, Job, then Club. We believe in living ethically by a Code that includes things such as loyalty integrity, perseverance, and commitment. We are a 100% law abiding organization with strong American patriotism. We are dedicated to supporting our federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies, our local communities, our country, and the men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces.
We are NOT a 1% club. We believe you give respect to get respect, and fear none but God.
SFFS – Shields Forever Forever Shields!
The Club’s primary charity is a charity that supports members and families of local Law Enforcement/ Military Veterans / Fire Fighters injured or killed in the line of duty. We also contribute to many various other charities the general membership deems worthy.