The Delaware Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club was formed on August 24, 1997. The founder, Ken “Dream Maker” Thomas, President of the Chicago chapter granted our acceptance and thus Delaware became the 4th chapter to be formed; Chicago being the first, Maryland second, and Florida third. There are currently over 100 chapters of the Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle club across the United States. The founding members of the Delaware chapter were Tim Duker, Robert Joshua, Alphonso Davis, Brian Gillis, and Roy Walker.

Our colors represent a long history and we wear them with pride and respect. They pay homage to the African American soldiers of the 9th and 10th Cavalries who sacrificed their lives so that our country could be what it is today. Our colors are a badge of courage, sacrifice, and honor. The Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club of Delaware is an organization of professional men and women who are dedicated to the sport of motorcycle riding and safety. We ride our “iron horses” (motorcycles) to represent the horses ridden by the Buffalo Soldiers during the 1800’s.



Our objective is to educate those that are unfamiliar with the racism, sacrifices and hardships that the Buffalo Soldiers of the 9th and 10th Calvaries had to endure. Our vision is to instill this knowledge into the minds and hearts of our youth of today, so that we can motivate them to become better citizens and leaders of tomorrow. We feel by doing this, the legacy of the Buffalo Soldiers of the past will live forever and shall not be forgotten.

We are contributors in our local communities and throughout the state of Delaware by supporting charitable needs and educating others, especially our youth. Our efforts are pursued in regards to the large sacrifices that were made by not only the buffalo soldiers, but other African and Native Americans during the pre and post civil war periods. We believe that these are the core values needed to help install self respect and pride in today's youth.