The Red Knights have several different levels of membership.
Active membership shall be available to Past or Present Firefighting personnel of an established Fire Department, which is under the command of a Fire Chief or Public Service Director whether they are Career, Industrial, Military, On Call, Part Paid, Volunteer, or Wildland and who presently own or have access to a Motorcycle and have a current legal Motorcycle endorsement. An Active member, who can no longer can ride a motorcycle may retain their active status. Emergency Medical Technicians and Medics are eligible to be members if they are employed by an established Fire Department.
Associate membership shall be offered to a person who has been proposed, in writing, for such membership and accepted in good standing and, in the opinion of a majority of the Chapter’s Executive Board, has substantially contributed to the promotion of the Club for a minimum period of six (6) months. Final approval shall be by a majority vote of the Chapter members at a meeting held at the conclusion of the six-month (6) period. Associate members shall not exceed ten percent (10%) of the Chapters Active Members. Once a member has been accepted as an Associate member and for various reasons no longer is able to ride a motorcycle they may, at the pleasure of the chapter 5 majority retain
his/her membership as an Associate member. Associate membership may also be available to any person who is an employee of a Fire department and not qualified for Active membership.
Social members shall be a Spouse, Partner, Boyfriend, Girlfriend, Son, Daughter, Grandchild, Brother or Sister, Father or Mother of an Active Member, Associate Member or a Member-at- Large, including of deceased members. The minimum age for a Social member shall be 16 (sixteen) years of age before joining.
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To become an active member of the Red Knights International Firefighters Motorcycle Club you must fulfil three obligations.
(1) You must be a current or past firefighter. Call, volunteer, full time, makes no difference, or an EMT or Medic if you are under the control of an established fire department.
(2) You must have a current, legal motorcycle endorsement
(3) You must own or have access to a motorcycle.