The American Legion Riders is a program of the American Legion, which is a veterans' organization in the United States. The program is open to members of the American Legion, the Sons of The American Legion, and the American Legion Auxiliary who are motorcycle enthusiasts. The American Legion Riders were established to participate in parades and other ceremonies that are related to the American Legion, and to promote a positive image of motorcycling.
The American Legion Riders engage in various activities and events, including charity rides, fundraisers, and participation in veterans' events and ceremonies. They also support the American Legion's mission by supporting local veterans and their families, and participating in community service projects.
The American Legion Riders often wear distinctive clothing and use motorcycle vests, jackets and patches that have the American Legion logo, American flag, and the name of the program, American Legion Riders, to identify themselves. They also have distinctive license plate frames and decals.
The American Legion Riders is a way for members to continue to serve their communities and country, as well as promote camaraderie and fellowship among veterans who share a love of motorcycles. The program has grown and spread across the United States and it is now an active and growing program in many states.