The Viet Nam Vets Legacy Vets Motorcycle Club is an international motorcycle club made up of two compatible groups of former and current military men.
For many years, the club consisted of and was known only as the Viet Nam Vets MC. Our Viet Nam Vets MC brothers were those from the Vietnam War era who were bonded by history and united by principles to form a proud and unique biker brotherhood. Originally, it was those who served in-country and earned the Vietnam Service ribbon and then included those who did not serve in country but served honorably in the US military during the Vietnam era and earned the National Defense ribbon.
Then more than 20 years ago, those brothers opened their arms and hearts to those who served after the Vietnam War era. These post-war service men joined our club and become our Legacy brothers and include those who have served Honorably after 1975.
The definition of “Legacy” is a gift or honor handed down through a family line. We, the Legacy Vets, gladly accept this gift of responsibility from our Viet Nam Vets MC brothers. They’ve come before us and entrusting us to carry on their visions, principles, and traditions well into the future.
Now our club consists of both Vietnam Era Vets and Veterans who served after that time. Our Legacy Vets MC brothers wear a similar but different patch. They are equal to the Viet Nam Vets MC brothers in every way and will carry on the legacy of our club far into the future.
Our brothers share more than just common military experiences. We also share a strict set of codes, ethics and values. We’re not a criminal organization nor do we have any intention of becoming one. We have not, nor do we intend to get involved with the private business of other motorcycle clubs or their problems. We respect all motorcycle clubs who share our common code and principles, along with the freedom of the wind and the road.
“We are a Brotherhood in the Wind”
Becoming a member of the Viet Nam Vets Legacy Vets MC and our unique brotherhood involves a process. If you are interested in learning more about this process and becoming part of our brotherhood, feel free to contact us or come up and talk to us when you see us in the public.