The Lost Saints Motorcycle Club is a law enforcement club, dedicated to promoting the passion of motorcycling and helping the families of our brothers and sisters who have made the ultimate sacrifice.
Our main focus is to attend, sponsor, and support events that benefit the law enforcement community; specifically our brothers and sisters who have made the ultimate sacrifice. We are committed to providing support to law enforcement families who have lost a loved one due to a tragic line of duty death.
Our other goals:
Support other law enforcement clubs with similar goals.
See the world.
Don’t get lost.
We are an independent law enforcement club, and do no associate with 1% clubs or their supporters.
How the Lost Saints LEMC Began
In May 2008, six police officers went on a motorcycle trip through the Blue Ridge Parkway, covering nine states in five days. The became utterly lost. At one point they rode 100 miles in a complete circle, even with the help of two GPS units. The laughs, adventures, and camaraderie that went along with that trip stayed with each of them long after the ride was over. Two of them decided to take the spirit of that ride and form it into a motorcycle club.
The Lost Saints was born.
The Founding National President sat down with a pen and paper at a local Dunkin’ Donuts and started sketching out ideas for the club colors. Many friends helped, and some didn’t. The first rendition turned out to be the symbol for a German fascist group….back to the drawing board. After many days and nights of changes, renditions, tweaks, and deleted files, the Founding President and Road Captain finally came up with the perfect patch.
Our colors are symbols of strength, endurance, and courage. As law enforcement, we are sometimes called upon to perform courageous acts. Acts that are carried out by ordinary men who show strength and courage in the face of adversity.
The question mark with arrows, aka “The Q” represents the question; “Where in the world are we?” That question was asked so frequently during that fateful trip, again, even with the help of two GPS units!
The horns represent “evil that men do”. The horns are a constant reminder that we must do our part to prevent crime and wrongdoing.