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Chapter California VI was formed in 1987 by a group of seventeen San Diego area law enforcement officers, some retired and some on active duty. We have been chartered since January 1988, making us one of the oldest currently existing Blue Knights®  chapters in California. Our members are full-time, part-time and retired law enforcement officers from local, county, state and federal levels. We are presently the largest chapter in the Southwest Conference, with over 35 members on our rolls.

Chapter meetings are held at 0900 hours on the second Saturday of each month at the Broken Yolk Cafe, 1851 Garnet Avenue, Pacific Beach, CA. (Unless that is a holiday weekend) Check the Knightly Newsletter Calendar for specific dates and locations of the meeting place. After breakfast and a one hour meeting, we go for a ride.

Chapter Board & Staff meetings are held at 1700 hours on the third Thursday of each month.  The meeting is held at the Indian Motorcycle of San Diego dealership located at 9240 Clairemont Mesa Blvd, San Diego, CA 92123.  Chapter business and meeting agendas are the topics of discussion

                 The Blue Knights® International Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club, Inc., is an International fraternal organization comprised of law enforcement officers and their families who are also motorcycle enthusiasts. Headquartered in Bangor, Maine, the Blue Knights® operates under an international constitution and bylaws within an organizational structure of an international board of directors and eleven regional conferences, each conference including a number of local chapters. The Blue Knights® promotes safe and responsible motorcycling and sponsors fund raising in support of numerous charities.

                 The inception of the Blue Knights® came in April 1974 when a Bangor Maine, police officer had the idea of forming a motorcycle club for people in law enforcement. Since then, the club has grown to become the foremost and largest international law enforcement motorcycle club. Today, there are over  twenty thousand Blue Knights® worldwide in six hundred chapters in the twenty-nine countries and one commonwealth.

Chapter California VI members strive to promote a positive image both of law enforcement and motorcycling. We are active in community service projects, and each year we sponsor a charity benefit ride. Our adopted charity is C.O.P.S. (Concerns of Police Survivors) Southern Region.

About the Club


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