"ONE CLUB! ONE PATCH! ONE MINDSET!
The NABSTMC Montgomery, Alabama Chapter is a nonprofit organization of professional men and women that are dedicated to the sport of motorcycle riding and safety. We ride our motorcycles (Iron Horses) to represent the horses that were 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 U.S. Cavalries had to endure. We feel by doing this the legacy of the Buffalo Soldiers of the past will live on forever and shall not be forgotten.
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 today and effective leaders of tomorrow.
We are contributors in our local communities and throughout the Southeastern Frontier 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 instill self-respect and pride in today’s youth.
“You will never know where you’re going, if you don’t know where you’re from."
We are not a 1% club and we claim no territory. However, we take our club and our membership seriously.
The National Association of Buffalo Soldiers and Troopers Motorcycle Club Montgomery, Alabama Chapter; was Chartered by Selma "Smokey" Russell, Reggie "Chief" Davis and Wanda "Lady Smokey" Russell.
The Montgomery Chapter was established in 2005 and incorporated in 2008.
I am a Buffalo Soldier, and as a Buffalo Soldier,
I will uphold the standards and traditions set forth by my Chapter and
the National Association of Buffalo Soldiers and Troopers Motorcycle Clubs.
I am proud of my colors and the rich history that they represent.
I will wear my colors with pride and will do all within my power
to educate the general public about the rich history
of the 9th and 10th Cavalry Buffalo Soldiers.
I respect my colors and my Buffalo Soldiers sisters and
brothers. And when my riding days come to an end, I wish to be
remembered as one who served with dignity as a responsible biker
and a proud buffalo Soldier.