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American Legion Riders

The American Legion Riders (ALR) is a program for members of The American Legion, The American Legion Auxiliary, and The Sons of The American Legion members, collectively “The Legion Family,” who share an interest in motorcycling.

The focus of ALR membership is to further American Legion programs in the community while enjoying the sport of motorcycling and building camaraderie. Legion riders organize charity rides and poker runs to support the American Legion Legacy Scholarship Fund, participate in local community parades, and visit hospitalized veterans. Legion riders contribute their time and effort to strengthening their respective posts and spreading good will throughout their community. For more information on the American Legion Riders, visit the Legion Riders web page located on the National American Legion web site.

In Nebraska, there are currently 40 active ALR chapters. For a complete list of ALR Chapters in Nebraska, please visit the Contact Page. The first ALR chapter to be chartered in Nebraska was Plymouth Chapter 243 back in 2004. For a complete list of chapters and their charters dates, download the ALR Chapter History PDF file.

The ALR in Nebraska also maintains a liaison, appointed by the Department Commander, to serve as a link between the ALR chapters and Department leadership. For a list of past ALR Liaisons, download the ALR Liaisons History PDF file.

ALR Membership

If you are interested in becoming an ALR member, please fill out the Nebraska ALR Membership Form and provide it, along with your appropriate dues (which vary by chapter), to the ALR Director of the chapter you wish to join. A complete list of ALR Directors can be found on the Contact Page.

If you are interested in transferring your ALR membership from one chapter to another, please use the Nebraska ALR Transfer Form.