In the summer of 1989, a small group of Harley-riding combat vets of the Vietnam War, who were also police officers, banded together to form the Nam Knights. The club was founded in New Jersey by Jack Quigley, now retired undersheriff of the Bergen County Sheriff’s Department. Quigley served as a platoon sergeant with the 11th Motor Transport Battalion, First Marine Division.
Today, the Nam Knights of America Motorcycle Club has grown to 69 chapters in 16 states, Washington D.C. and two Canadian provinces with hundreds of members made up of veterans of all eras as well as law enforcement personnel, plus a few special and dedicated ‘patriots.’
As Quigley has said, “The club was formed to recapture the brotherhood its founding members shared while serving in Southeast Asia and to help other veterans of all wars who are unable to physically or financially help themselves.”
00:00 Introduction to the show
02:01 Here we go again
03:54 Nam Knights Motorcycle Club
07:33 Time Warp Motorcycle Club
10:25 Hells Angels Canada
- Tribesmen motorcycle club members have avoided jail sentences after they punched, kicked and stomped on outnumbered members of a rival gang
- Norman Reedus has become the latest star to join the cast of ‘The Bikeriders’.
- THE WAR WITH MOTORCYCLE CLUBS GOES TO NEXT LEVEL
- Four Orleans Levee District police officers were arrested allegations of fraud
- THEY WEAR LEATHER AND RIDE MOTORCYCLES & HELP KIDS