knights on bikes

"In God We Trust and Ride"

Knights on Bikes from the Diocese of Tulsa, Okla., pose for a photo in Tulsa in May. Pictured from left are Charlie Hoy and Matt Buckendorf from Holy Family Parish, Jerry Smittle, Al Yowell from St. Anne Parish, state chaplain Father Jim Caldwell, state president Mark Cearley and Bob Mogelnicki from St. Bernard Parish. Theirs is a motorcycle ministry dedicated to improving the image of bikers and promoting safety and Christian values.

TULSA, Okla. -- Members of the Knights on Bikes adamantly make it clear that they are not a "bike gang."

While they proudly wear a vest with a patch, they claim no territory like a traditional motorcycle club. Instead, as an extension of the larger ministry of the Knights of Columbus, the group is a family friendly organization that seeks to serve the Catholic Church and the community through a common interest in riding motorcycles.

It is a motorcycle ministry dedicated to improving the image of bikers, promoting safety and Christian values.

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