Delaware Masonic Riders
By Mark Claveloux, PM
The Delaware Masonic Riders is a riding club initially
established in 1997. After being dormant for several years,
the organization was brought back to life in 2003 by a small
group of Delaware Masons and was officially recognized as an
affiliate organization by the Delaware Grand Lodge AF&AM.
The club’s organization consists of an elected President,
Vice President, and Treasurer. There are no club dues since
all activities are “pay as you go” for all members.
Membership requires only that the Brother be a Master Mason
in good standing and rides a motorcycle of at least 500cc.
Guests (including the Ladies) are welcome on rides other
than parades and are the responsibility of the member they
One of the advantages of Delaware’s small size is that
members throughout the State can easily participate in
monthly rides and other events. When the initial meeting
point is a central point in the State, nobody has more than
a 1 hour ride, no matter where they live in the State. Some
of the favorite activities are Saturday rides to local
seafood eateries along Delaware and Maryland’s Atlantic
coastline, as well as some of the great restaurants on
Maryland’s Eastern Shore. There’s nothing like a great soft
shell blue claw crab sandwich while you’re out cruising the
back roads of the Delmarva Peninsula! The group has also
participated in a number of charity rides and local
parades. Another favorite is the annual picnic at
Delaware’s Masonic Home, where the residents love to check
out all of the beautiful bikes.
For more information on the Delaware Masonic Riders, check
the website (http://www.delmasonsmcclub.org)
or contact webmaster Mark Claveloux at
firstname.lastname@example.org. Ride safe
out there brothers!