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- Monday, September 14, 2015 at 07:43:59 (MDT)
Hello Brothers! Just wanted to reach out to Colorado to share some love and respect. Keep up the awesome Brotherhood and hope to see each and every one of you very soon. Until then, keep the rubber to the road and the wicks in the air. LLRB, Spinner, Missouri, Chapter F
Spinner <>
Bloomfield, MO USA
- Tuesday, July 28, 2015 at 10:02:17 (MDT)
Good afternoon, My name is Kerrilynne McFadden and I live in Taylorsville Utah. I have completed a book and it will be released in August this year. The book is called The Forgotten Soldiers and it is a book about PTSD and it is my hope it can be used to help other veterans who suffer from PTSD. This book is a collection of stories from Vietnam veterans before their time in the military, their time in combat, how they got their PTSD and how it affects them to this day. The book is blunt, the book is factual and the book is told in the soldiers own words. A percentage of all book sales will be used to help veterans and the organization's will be chosen by the contributors to my book. I have a facebook page called the forgotten soldiers and if any of your members would like to make comments on the page they are free to do so. I should have my website up and running in a couple of days and when I get the web address I will let you know. Here is the link to my forgotten soldiers page.;=bookmark Thank you and have a wonderful day Kerrilynne McFadden
Kerrilynne McFadden <>
Taylorsville, UT United States
- Saturday, May 16, 2015 at 18:06:04 (MDT)
Just dropping in to show some LLR&;B. Hope to see ya'll soon. LRMFB! Reckless Uch Ca
Reckless <>
Fresno, Ca The BEST one
- Wednesday, March 04, 2015 at 07:20:55 (MST)
Hello Brothers, I always enjoy the times we get together. You always have an open invitation to NM, and I hope to get free to see you in CO again. Stay in touch. LLRB
Mescalero, NM USA
- Monday, August 18, 2014 at 10:09:33 (MDT)
This is a incident I have to let the chapters involved know. MT (Chris) out of Colorado Chapter is a fist class example of your MC. Though I am ex Army, my gf and I him and his wife (Shawna) on our way back from Sturgis. I asked if we could ride together from Lusk into Cheyenne. LIttle did I know what was going to happen. About 50 miles north of Cheyenne , unbenknownst to me, my bagger's fuel pump decided to crap out and leave me stranded. MT turned around, came back and then helped me with finding a tow till I had make him leave. Im sure they did not get into Cheyenne till around 2am. He hung with me and my gf from 6pm to 1am on hwy 85 just north of the 313. He also tried to find if there were any local sources that could help, which is where Girth came in from the WY chapter. He was kind enough to follow up with me the following day at the dealer and as it was we were in the hotel right across the street from the dealer and the VFW post was in the same parking lot as the hotel. Met up with Girth and met the locals, all great guys, and wish I could have hung around but had leave to get back to the dealer who just fixed my bagger. Long story short, MT did not have to hang with his wife, he did not have to help, he did not have to let us ride down with him. He did not have to do anything, but he chose otherwise and not just as a fellow biker or service memeber. It showed me that there is still a creedo amoungst people like us. For this I owe him and the MC. If the local MC in AZ needs help, all they have to do is ask. When traveling if I see the patch and the bike is in need of help I will stop. MT has my contact info. Steve
Steve R <>
Mesa, AZ US
- Wednesday, August 13, 2014 at 10:03:54 (MDT)
Hello everyone! Sorry it has took me so long to write to you all, I just wanted to thank you all for taking in and taking care of who I considered p my step-dad Tim Parrot Parker. He was one of the most amazing men I have ever met!! He was hard on me like a father figure should be, I worked with him at meadow mountain. When I first met him and Maggie I wanted to be a boxer, I had told Tim that I would only be a boxer if he trained me ! We talked about over time, I was I think 16 at the time! Tim finally told me that he was a street fighter and wouldn't be able to train me the right way !!! Lol. I had so many times with Tim, Maggie and my mother Julie! Growing up at 16 years old driving those three from bar to many different bars was an experience I will never forget and will always treasure in my heart!! I'm sure that parrot has told ya'll about the time when (me as 16-17years old) I was driving them around to bars being their D.D coming from Breckanridge from a pub up their it was snowing maggie and my mom Julie were hammered laying in the back seat listening to their 70's music, Tim was sitting in the front seat next to me ( remember I'm young and driving) Tim pulls out the end of his knob and takes the hair clip holding my hair up and puts it on the end of his knob!!!!! Oh my lord I thought to myself!! It shot off his knob, surprisingly I held my self very well and didn't wreak us on the snowy highway, as my mother and maggie are doing their thing in the back seat laughing their asses off as to what Tim had just done the window was cracked In the back seat we assumed that my clip had flew out the window.. Never to be found!! About 10-12 years later we found that clip in the runner underneath the seat runner of the drivers seat which had stopped the seat from moving back and forth!!!! That day I found the clip I was rolling laughing calling my mother and Tim to let them know I had found the infamous clip that had disappeared!!! One of the most amazing and memerable stories ever!! One other story I would like to tell ya'll is the time I thought I could hang drinking with the professional drinker Tim that had many years of practice other than myself but insisted that I could hang drinking with the marine, we started off drinking a bottle of gin and tonic as Maggie and my mother watched, well I very much was able to hang with Tim very well, I unfortunantly I was overly hammered!!! Tim told me that when I got home I needed to take my 120lb dog koa for walk at like 1am. So once I got home I kept telling my mom that I had to take koa for a walk. Because Tim insisted, so I tried well right out the front door koa ended up takeing me for a walk dragging my ass Down the street!!! Funny funny!! So many stories about that amazing man Timothy L Parrrot Parker!! He is very much in my heart and mind all the time! It is killing me inside that I was unable to be at the bike run in memory of him. Wish I could have been their to meet all of ya'll and exchange stories and be able to say goodbye to the man that took over being my father figure after my real dad had passed on!!! Just wanted to say all this to all of you who knew him and stood beside this very amazing and wonderful man!!! He blessed everyone he knew and liked and loved.!!! I still and will always love, cherish and remember him As if he is still with us all!! Please feel free to call and please let me know some of the stories you have of him please!!! 325-200-8896 Leslie.
Leslie Ann Neverdahl Craddock <>
Brownwood , Tx USA
- Saturday, June 14, 2014 at 04:51:34 (MDT) Something worth checking out. An interesting read. Any thoughts LRB BROTHERS, Stacks
- Thursday, February 06, 2014 at 08:53:54 (MST)
Hi all. Am hoping to make contact with the club that a friend of mine Tim Parker, belonged. ( Parrot ? ). Any help great fully received. D
Dale <>
Taunton, Uk
- Friday, January 31, 2014 at 03:12:59 (MST)
HI Brothers this is porcupine from chapterC North Dakota. I just wanted to touch base and say
Porcupine <>
Belcour, ND United State
- Monday, January 20, 2014 at 00:05:04 (MST)
Hey Brothers glad to be on the web site LRB Porcupinejim
Porcupine <>
Belcourt, ND USA
- Friday, January 17, 2014 at 02:34:39 (MST)
Hello brothers, missed Nats but have heard some great stories. Hope to get out there soon and party with you brothers. Take care, LRB NoTurn
No Turn <>
Fredericksburg , Va USA
- Tuesday, December 24, 2013 at 12:46:51 (MST)
Ollie Second Brigade MC
- Wednesday, November 27, 2013 at 03:58:46 (MST)
Had a great time in your AO, If anyone can help with the name of the Brother who won the (Some gave all) statue, he is the State VP would like to make contact thanks Brothers
Rocky <>
VNV/LV W Chapter, CA USA
- Thursday, September 12, 2013 at 22:51:07 (MDT)
welcome home brother i hope all is well remember red an black thats a fact thanks for your the things you did when you had to do them with out question turtle chpt m tenns black an red
turtle <pdb101@hotmail>
tn usa
- Monday, August 12, 2013 at 16:41:29 (MDT)
Thunder Chapter welcomes you Brother Parrot, but we all miss you here. T-Bear Chap. X Ark.
T_Bear <>
Paragould, AR USA
- Monday, July 29, 2013 at 09:16:28 (MDT)
just wanted to say... Parrot, you will be missed!
Steve L.
Grand Junction, CO USA
- Thursday, July 18, 2013 at 12:51:12 (MDT)
I was the greenshirt guy at Tim's tribute and met as many of you all as I could as well as hung out after, loved it. I want to tell you all that was the best damn thing and exactly what he deserved. Jack, Joker, Red Bull, Listo, James, Dallas, Airborne, Firecracker, Michelle, Sheri and just everyone it was a the perfect tribute to him as he was like a big brother to me. You guys are great - thank you all for your service as well as thank you for the send of for the Parrot Parker!
David Largen <>
Houston, TX USA
- Tuesday, July 16, 2013 at 14:22:15 (MDT)
Tim Parker's Mom told me there was goig to be a memorial service for Tim this Saturday in Glenwood Springs. Could you send me the info so my family can attend? Thank you.
Braxton Teague <>
Ormond Beach, FL
- Thursday, July 11, 2013 at 13:41:26 (MDT)
My thoughts and prayers go out to Maggie and the family. Tim "Parrot" Parker will be greatly missed by this retired Marine. Semper Fi Brother.
Gunny <>
Daytona Beach, FL USA
- Tuesday, July 02, 2013 at 16:06:38 (MDT)
- Tuesday, July 02, 2013 at 13:30:15 (MDT)
this is jerry the vet with the blownup face you all helped out last year i have stayed in touch with parrot and i spoke to him on the 22nd when i could not sleep on the aniversity of losing one of my soldiers in afganistain he was there for me and said we should never forget and that it was a privalige to be surrounded by men of honor over there in gj i miss him already i will never forget it was my honor to know him cheers mate
jerry <>
castlerock , co dougles
- Monday, July 01, 2013 at 03:14:29 (MDT)
Had a great time in SD with you guys! See you again this weekend for Support a Soldier Run! LRMFB!
Pueblo West,
- Tuesday, June 11, 2013 at 07:36:26 (MDT)
Just wanted to say howdy and I miss all our Western Slope Brothers. LLRB VNVFFLV
Dane Colo Chpt C <>
Westminster, CO USA
- Monday, June 10, 2013 at 12:30:53 (MDT)
just going thru the web and wanted to say hello to all my brothers will be good to c u n aug hope t c some on the run to the wall n july LRB
- Monday, May 06, 2013 at 05:31:29 (MDT)
Had a great time with my brothers on the "Good" side of the hill for our state! All nighters & drunk fighters!! Thats some good shit!
Denver , CO USA
- Monday, April 15, 2013 at 16:07:31 (MDT)
just wanted to say hello to my brothers. I just found this page and I am eager to join. Hair
harold A. Gangestad <>
Aurora, Co United States
- Sunday, April 07, 2013 at 07:51:15 (MDT)
- Saturday, February 02, 2013 at 03:14:14 (MST)
Hey My Colorado Brothers! Just stopping by to check out your page and say hey! I'll always miss CO and Ch. D as it is where I started this journey in the Red & Black Nation! Be well my Brothers! Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year! LLRB Lefter GFVD
Lefter <>
Omaha, NE USA
- Tuesday, December 25, 2012 at 18:25:23 (MST)
Wishing all my Brothers on the Western Slope of Colorado a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! LLRB.
- Monday, December 24, 2012 at 11:34:16 (MST)
Brothers, Prospects, Hangarounds I wish you and your families a merry christmas and a prosperous and healthy new year. Hope to see you once upon a time. LRB FIRE Chapter A Europe
Fire <>
- Sunday, December 23, 2012 at 14:38:03 (MST)
Thanks for the message and Merry Christmas to Barry, Gunny Joe and to all my friends at Crank & Chrome, see you in January for some Daytona time. Cheers from the Royal Marine and Semper Fi to you Gunny Joe. Parrot Secretary/Treasurer Chapter D Colorado
- Wednesday, December 12, 2012 at 09:07:16 (MST)
Semper Fi to the British Royal Marine. Merry Christmas from Florida.
- Tuesday, December 11, 2012 at 11:40:15 (MST)
Hi Uncles... it's me again.. was thinkin about u all yesterday for veteran's day... however I didn't get a chance to stop by and comment... Just wanted to send you all my respects and love... hope we can meet soon :)
danyelle <>
- Tuesday, November 13, 2012 at 17:35:33 (MST)
Check out the new site. Chapter B, Colorado Springs. LRB!
Fire"cracker" <>
Colorado Springs, CO USA
- Monday, November 05, 2012 at 10:17:20 (MST)
LISTO HOLMES! C Chapter Killarado in your mouth*
Denver , Co USA
- Monday, October 15, 2012 at 12:28:40 (MDT)
droppin a line to the brothers from az a chapter. this is brother u-turn
phoenix, az
- Thursday, August 30, 2012 at 23:10:15 (MDT)
Just to say hello to all my brothers. Thoroughly enjoyed RFTW 2012, Arlington Cemetry Ride, Rolling Thunder, and camping with VNVLV MC USA in Virginia. Good Riding, Skully(GhostRider)
Skully <>
Lyndoch ADELAIDE, SA Australia
- Thursday, July 05, 2012 at 05:36:28 (MDT)
Just wanted to say thanks for hosting such a great Poker Run. It was a great event for a great reason. From a vet to vets; thanks brothers and sisters. As a Prospect for the Veterans of Vietnam; thank you for your hospitality.
Propsect Joker of the VOVMC
Fort Lupton, CO USA
- Saturday, June 16, 2012 at 21:13:13 (MDT)
Hey everyone, had a blast @ no mads poker run , happy to be able to see everyone who was able to make it. And thankyoh for wlcoming our new baby, joes 1st born. Love you all. Safe journeys & hope to see ya'll soon. <3 god bless
Charlene day(ol lady of low krawl-Joe) <>
- Sunday, June 03, 2012 at 16:15:53 (MDT)
To all my Uncles!!!! Happy Memorial Day definitely thinking about you all today!!! you have all bravely fought for our freedom, and some never made it home your services for our country will never be forgotten!!! much love and respect!! thinking of you all today and always God Bless <3
- Monday, May 28, 2012 at 17:43:53 (MDT)
Cholito <>
Denver, CO USA
- Thursday, May 24, 2012 at 13:30:00 (MDT)
Hi Brothers this it Bone's out of Chapter 2 in Poseyvill, IN.. Just wanted to say to all my Brothers out thire in this good US of A . God Bless to all
Harold Hamilton <>
Mitchell, IN. USA
- Monday, May 14, 2012 at 12:57:51 (MDT)
Have nice day! You have a very informative site! And here's my! [url=]BBCODE[/url] AHREF
France, France France
- Wednesday, May 09, 2012 at 20:07:38 (MDT)
Just stopped in to say hi do you have members in Denver Colo
franklin harrald <>
denver, co usa
- Tuesday, May 08, 2012 at 21:09:01 (MDT)
Prospect Rudy out of "G" Chapter Ga, Sponsored by Patchholder JROD, just saying hi. I dont know if yall travel to Sturgis but a few us really wanna try to make it there soon, maybe we can see ya there.
Rudy <>
Kingsland, Ga us
- Tuesday, April 24, 2012 at 18:21:58 (MDT)
Prospect Rudy out of "G" Chapter Ga, just saying hi.
Kingsland, ga us
- Tuesday, April 24, 2012 at 18:15:06 (MDT)
Brother Totex, thanks for stopping by. Hope all is well with you and ours! LLRB Hatfield Mr Stone hope somebody in your neck of the woods got ahold of you. Welcome Home.
Hatfield <Hatfieldlvmc.mb@gmail>
Grand Junction,
- Thursday, March 08, 2012 at 19:41:23 (MST)
I'm a Brother in Phoenix,AZ. Just wanting to say Hi.
Phx, Az97615
- Monday, March 05, 2012 at 08:06:54 (MST)
Before going on my senior trip ( 1966 to last round 1969 ) I grew up in Gunnison then Salida Co. 2,780,000 took part. We checking out at 380 a day. To all my brothers and sisters from different mothers Thank You and welcome home. Keep the shinney side up. Motorcycles have been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. When did we start lookin' so old, HC 1 HC 7 Navy ridin' solo
W Russell Stone <>
Cartersville, GA Bartow
- Wednesday, February 15, 2012 at 17:50:09 (MST)
Just wanted to say Hi to all my Uncles.... Hope you are all having a Great Year so far.. I would still love to meet some of ya'll :) Im trying to get my dad (sidewinder) from Chapter C Wv to come visit... Hopefully if and when he does you all can meet him :) Just wanted to say Hi, and Send you all my Love and Respect ♥ Please email me if you would like to meet me and my family... Much Love, Dani
Danyelle <>
Lafayette, co USA
- Thursday, February 09, 2012 at 12:31:35 (MST)
Mile High Militia C Chapter Denver Killarado "Eagles from our nest,fly above the rest"
Cholito <>
Denver, Co U.S.A.
- Tuesday, January 24, 2012 at 10:17:33 (MST)
just passin by, hope all the brothers had a good holiday and have new year LRB, NY Hippie NER sec.
NY Hippie <vnvmchippie@yahoo>
Way up state, NYjust passin throyg U.S.A.
- Monday, January 16, 2012 at 18:26:02 (MST)
ALL YOU MUTHAFUKAS DON'T WANNA DIE BEST GET ON OUT THE BACK.. much love to my slope Brothers...haha hope everyone made it home safe...see ya next trip LRMFB
Wounded Knee
hell , wy
- Monday, January 09, 2012 at 00:18:53 (MST)
Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas!! See you all next month.
Dan Gibson <>
APO, AE Afghanistan
- Monday, December 19, 2011 at 06:56:46 (MST)
I would like to wish all Patchholders, prospects and hangarounds for the the VNV/LV MC a Merry Christmabs and a happy newyear from Prospect FN sponcert by patchholder Lvmc Tarnow LVMC chpt. E Danmark Europe
Prospect FN <>
Chpt. E, Europe Denmark
- Saturday, December 17, 2011 at 23:39:15 (MST)
Collete, I'm glad your brother was taken care of. I only pointed her in a direction and took no further action. Respectfully.
Hatfield VNV / LV MC
- Thursday, November 17, 2011 at 09:00:14 (MST)
originally from CO, still active hope to meet you all some day
LT <>
Tallahassee , FL US (presently)
- Wednesday, November 16, 2011 at 13:07:22 (MST)
Hey brothers! Just checking out the page and wanted to give yall my love. Miss ya'll and hope to get that way soon! LLRB Redbull, CH B CO
Colorado Springs, CO
- Wednesday, November 16, 2011 at 11:08:05 (MST)
This is in reference to Kathryn Nolan incorrect information concerning my brother Earl J. Laurie Jr. My brother Earl had stated when he passed did not want a funeral at all. I did handle all of his funeral arrangements at that time, and I am still dealing with everything that is required to make sure that my brother has been taken care of. My brother did receive a 21 gun salute, my sister was presented with the flag that was draped over his urn. I have most definitely had my brother buried with the utmost respect that any one person could receive. My family and I had decided that a funeral service would be for family members only. My brother did not want anything done at all. Kathy Nolan was not my brothers fiance at the time of his death. She had broken it off with him in December of 2010. She did not even find out that he had passed away until 66 days later. The only reason she found out then was because she wanted him to pay some more of her bills for her. She has done nothing but cause more heartache for myself and family. So Mr. Hatfield I greatly appreciate your concern, but yes my brother was well taken care of when he passed. You are more then welcome to contact me if you have anymore questions concerning my brother.
Colette Cook <>
Colorado Springs, CO united states
- Sunday, November 13, 2011 at 22:09:16 (MST)
I'm prospect FN (Flemming) My sponser is Patchholder Tarnow LVMC chpt E Denmark Europe state. Please let me know if there is anything I can do for you. L&;R Prospect FN LVMC chpt. E Denmark Europe state.
Prospect FN (Flemming) <>
Europe Denmark
- Monday, November 07, 2011 at 12:09:33 (MST)
Kathryn, I am sorry I cannot be a whole lot of help on this but I can point you in the right direction. The Department of Veteran Affairs is the place you need to go with this 1 800 827 1000 and once you get them on the phone request transfer to a Benefits Counselor. Side note: When you call, ask to insure your call was routed to the VA in your city/state, and if your call was taken at a call center, ask to be connected to the local VARO. It would not hurt to have his DD214 handy if possible. I hope this helps, our condolences and if we can be any help by leaning on someone to get them moving feel free to let us know, I apologize on being so late to get to you, I had not been on the site recently. I will check it to ensure you don't need anything more from us. We do have a chapter very near you to help, please keep me informed. Hatfield
Hatfield VNV/LV MC Sec/Treas Chptr D
- Thursday, September 22, 2011 at 20:45:02 (MDT)
William and Mike, I have sent an email so you will be able to contact myself.
Hatfield VNV/LV MC Sec/Treas Chptr D
- Thursday, September 22, 2011 at 20:33:29 (MDT)
Vietnam two tours !969-1972. the worst part was coming home.
William Abegg <>
Aurira , Co United States
- Tuesday, September 20, 2011 at 13:55:44 (MDT)
Have nice day! You have a very informative site! And here's my. VCWY è » [url=]EMT[/url] EMT
Brodviry, Brodviry Ukraine
- Sunday, September 18, 2011 at 13:46:34 (MDT)
Been waiting and waiting but no luck yet in talking with anyone about joining the club. Just put in another request. Doc, 173rd Airborne, 68/69. Retired airline captain. Wife and I both have Heritage Classics.
mike bronner <>
montrose and ohio city, co usa
- Friday, September 09, 2011 at 21:55:30 (MDT)
Just spotted the Denmark E Chapter link in the Guest Book and added it to the links page. Thanks for passing that along.
Grand Junction, CO USA
- Thursday, September 01, 2011 at 23:10:03 (MDT)
June 11, 2011, Earl Laurie Jr, retired navy chief passed away, he did not get a proper burial. How can I change that. I was his fience. Thank You.
Kathryn Nolan <>
colorado springs, CO El Paso
- Wednesday, August 17, 2011 at 11:01:13 (MDT)
Sending a shout out to my brothers from another mother. Can't wait to get home to see you all. The count down has begun. LLRB, Extreme 100%22 Mile High Militia
Extreme <>
Shithole, KAF Afghanistan
- Sunday, July 31, 2011 at 10:43:40 (MDT)
Hello Brother(s) Holze, VNV / LV MC. Denmark, Chapter E. Below is our link to our website. Our country is Denmark, and we are Chapter E. (Easy) Please add us to your links page. Holze +45 50472504 LLRB Thanks any questions call.
Holze <>
- Saturday, July 23, 2011 at 05:24:00 (MDT)
I don't know what the brothers did but Larry A. Clary is going to be admitted to the VA there on the 20th of this month!!! Thank you so much!! We couldn't have done it without your MC!!! Your support has done what we haven't been able to do!! Please don't drop this one... you are the light at the end of the tunnel!!! Keep us updated and I will do the same!! THANKS AGAIN!!
Cody B. Hailey <>
Del City, OK USA
- Wednesday, July 13, 2011 at 18:07:21 (MDT)
My sincerest thanks to you and your MC!!! I also called the jail today and they told me the same thing, that he went to the DR. on the 6th but didn't admit him, thats all they would say. It is hard to keep upto date with him because we can't just go visit, and he wont call anyone collect, he will only write. I am so worried about him!! Thanks again, Please check up on him, and keep me posted, and I'll do the same for you! Cody B. Hailey
Cody B. Hailey <>
Del City, OK USA
- Tuesday, July 12, 2011 at 16:56:04 (MDT)
Cody Hailey, We have several Chapters making calls to the jailhouse and have been assured he saw a Dr. The Sergeant will be in contact with us tomorrow. Please keep us informed. Sincerely, Hatfield
Grand Junction, CO United States
- Monday, July 11, 2011 at 21:12:59 (MDT)
Please help!! We have a 2 tour vietnam vet,101 airborne, in trouble!! He needs medical attention... His name is Lary Allen Clary, he is in Grand Co. jail in Hot Sulphur Springs, CO, and needs to go to go to the Dr. and they wont permit him to do so!! He volentered to serve this country and now he needs our help!!! This is one of the finest men I know and he need some help!!! PLEASE!!!!
Cody B. Hailey <>
Del City, OK USA
- Monday, July 11, 2011 at 16:14:30 (MDT)
Great website Brothers, just stopped by to say hello LRB Holze
Holze <>
- Sunday, July 03, 2011 at 03:43:11 (MDT)
HI UNCLES.... It's Danyelle again... Its been awhile since I have said Hi... If you read my earlier post from last year, my dad is Sidewinder chapter C in WV.. I would love to meet some of you... I really Miss my dad and Its been a few years sice ive seen him... I have 3 kids who love motorcycles :) And The coolest thing is my husband's name is Harley David :) if any of you would like to meet me and my family, please email me You are all my UNCLES and I sadly I dont have any family here... please let me know... I send you all my LOVE!!! ♥ Danii
Danyelle <>
lafayette, co USA
- Wednesday, June 29, 2011 at 10:44:12 (MDT)
As a proud Vet I always look for 'Nam Vets where ever I go in my travels. I never served in combat, my father did enough of that in WWII & Korea. If ordered I would have gone, whether it was Desert Storm, Iraq, or Afghanistan. I have nothing but high respect for you guys. When I was living in Louisiana, myself & my at the time gf hung out with many of the guys from Chapter B(?) out of Baton Rouge. Loved the comraderie we recieved from CD, Teach, George, Bobby (RIP Bro! Gone but NEVER FORGOTTEN!!) and all the other guys (and ladies!) of the Vietnam Vets MC. Even though I don't ride at the time I try to show support when I get the chance either through the group I joined while I was in Korea back in 93-94 or through the local Patriot Guard Riders. Before I moved up here to CO the guys from Baton Rouge gave me a support t-shirt but I have pretty much worn it out. Any chance of getting a new shirt somewhere? thanks & like one of my patches says "I Wasn't There, But I Still Care!!"
David "ShadowWolf" Skinner <>
Colorado Springs, CO USA
- Monday, June 27, 2011 at 22:16:12 (MDT)
I had the honor of attending Angelfire this Memorial weekend 2011. The love and respect I witnessed between brother's and sister's was undeniable. VNV/LVMC are phenomenal people with hearts of gold. Thank you all for your service and continued patriotism...
Kristen "Hot Lips" Rice <>
Loveland, CO United States
- Wednesday, June 01, 2011 at 14:00:46 (MDT)
Hey all riders.....Skooterz and shooterz welcomes all to our new biker bar located in Crawford, CO. 39522 Fruitland Mesa Rd. Call us for groups 970-921-5362. We would love to see all of you soon!
Jamie Hunter <>
Crawford, CO USA
- Monday, May 23, 2011 at 07:27:20 (MDT)
The Vietnam Vets / Legacy Vets MC appreciate that Mr Paulson. We'll be in touch.
- Saturday, May 21, 2011 at 22:07:35 (MDT)
please contact me about donation to your club
curt paulson <>
broomfield, co usa
- Tuesday, May 17, 2011 at 08:08:54 (MDT)
Bin Laden dead. So proud.
Hatfield <>
Loma, CO USA
- Sunday, May 01, 2011 at 22:06:55 (MDT)
Greetings all, Just dropped in to say hello from the sand box. Feel free to holler back. Dan
Dan <>
BAF, Afghanastan
- Monday, March 14, 2011 at 02:47:55 (MDT)
I want to thank all the Brothers who helped make the swap meet a success. LRB!! Tiller Co Chapter D
Tiller <>
Loma, co USA
- Sunday, January 30, 2011 at 22:02:58 (MST)
Ya know- I just read all of the postings in our Guest Book- and it tells lots of stories- about Love, Respect and Brotherhood within the club. How some visitors just dropped us a line to let off some steam, tell us about their family members that are serving, or have served and how proud they are of them. We've even learned that we're Uncles (again) and all of that makes me PROUD. We've got the BEST DAMNED BROTHERHOOD in the WORLD- Cuz we made a difference-somewhere down the road. Goin into the Christmas season- we've all got so much to be thankful for. We've been all over the world during these holidays- away from our family and friends- Now we get to spend the holidays w/ them. I know that all of our vets and current service-members will be in our prayers when we sit down to eat with our families and remember the sacrifice that they're making so we can do it. I know I'm "Preachin to the Choir" just had let it out. Merry Christmas and Best wishes for an incredibly good New Year to all !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
- Sunday, December 19, 2010 at 03:25:45 (MST)
great site brothers and pictures also, just wanted 2 say hi. voodoo maryland chapter h lrb
voodoo <>
princess anne, md usa
- Thursday, December 16, 2010 at 07:11:15 (MST)
Lookin for a VNV chapter near Tavernier Florida. (the Keys). Served '69 and '70. Thanks, EZ.
EZ <>
Tavernier, Fl USA
- Sunday, December 12, 2010 at 09:52:44 (MST)
Good to see your site. Want to invite all to our 3RD. Biker Ball 30 April 2011 Have a Merry Christmas to all our Brothers.
Cheyenne, Wy USA
- Friday, December 10, 2010 at 19:32:25 (MST)
LRB all, just dropped by to give you all a shout out for Turkey Day. you all can use the e-mail provided in this to get a hold of me while I am deployed. See you all in 2012.
Hang a round Dan <>
- Sunday, November 21, 2010 at 20:22:09 (MST)
danyelle <>
longmont, co USA
- Sunday, November 14, 2010 at 15:59:55 (MST)
Believe me if who ever the person was who made those comments had left a name or email I would have contacted him direct....well anyways you guys have a great site keep up the great work....
stewie <>
chicago, il usa
- Wednesday, October 27, 2010 at 10:05:19 (MDT)
Just found my way to the website. Doing well but still healing from my accident in June. Thank you brothers for your concern and prayers. LRB Airborne
Airborne <>
Clifton, CO
- Tuesday, October 26, 2010 at 13:04:58 (MDT)
I understand your concern- however- again- if somethin appears on our site that concerns you and/or your club (and they leave their e-mail address)- you need to contact them directly and resolve the problem that way. I guess it took me a little longer than I'd like to get the material off the page- rest assured- it won't take that long again.
Merlin- Chap D- SA
- Thursday, October 21, 2010 at 01:55:19 (MDT)
I completely agree that this website is for your you can only imagine when I clicked on this particular site as a guest....only to see my club being bashed on your site...furthermore that particular post was on your guestbook since july only till I made my comments on your website....I have no interest in anything in or from colorado....but be asure if my club is being disrespected I'm definately gonna say matter what state or particular site its only took 3 months for the comments about my club to be removed from this site....
stewie <>
chicago, il usa
- Thursday, October 14, 2010 at 14:39:18 (MDT)
This is the webpage for the VNV/LV MC Chapter D in the great state of Colorado. It is not intended to be used as a place to post inflamatory remarks about ANY other MC. If you have something to say to us- feel free to leave your message and we will read and appreciate all entries. If you have somethin to say about another MC- take it to THEIR site. This site is intended for brotherhood not for slamming other clubs- do that on their dime- not ours.
Merlin- Chapter D- SA
- Monday, October 11, 2010 at 21:17:16 (MDT)
This is a sincere thank you to your club, and especially Q-Ball. He went out of his way, by alerting us of a member in dire condition. He has kept in contact with me throughout the ordeal. Fred 'Fritz' Mullir passed early this a.m. Thank you brothers. Sincerely, grunt, LM#704, Cmdr. Co. north chap. 3-1, State Rep. Purple Heart Riders. 303-670-0624.
ed'grunt'latini <>
evergreen, co. United States of America
- Monday, July 12, 2010 at 13:56:36 (MDT)
Great site, keep up the good work Brothers.
Front Royal, Va. USA
- Wednesday, June 30, 2010 at 12:24:14 (MDT)
I'm looking for info on how Airborne is doing. Thanks Smoke~ Wind & Fire MC, Whiskey Row Chapter Prescott, AZ
Smoke <>
- Monday, June 28, 2010 at 21:28:12 (MDT)
to all of our american P.O.W.s M.I.A.s V.O.W.s &;1%ers IT is my religious belife & opion that you are ULTRA VERIES GOD!!!!!!!! their is no life,breath,freedom,choise,libberty,processof happiness,independanceor belife with out you!!! I was recenty told that i cant hold you as a higher power in classes at ada county jail and that you dont give a rats as about me . I responded P.O.W.S, M.I.A.S, V.O.W.S & 1%ers our THE POWER BEOUND ALL OTHER POWERS THATS MY RELIGIOUS BELIFE AND OPINION,AND ITS NOT FOR SALE OR TRADE TOO ANY OTHER GOD OR GOVERMENT!!!! thank you for every thing even the things im not aware of HAPPY FATHERS DAY your sons & daughters of america!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
scott bigler jr <>
boise, id U.S.A.
- Saturday, June 26, 2010 at 20:06:36 (MDT)
Brothers & Sisters, Since VN I ve pretty much been a loner. I don t think anyone gives a sh#t about the VN war or the soldiers who fought there. So, I don t bother talking about it, I just go on by myself, not much of a social person, I keep to myself most of the time. The friends I have are people who took the time and wanted to get to know me. I value them, they are so few. I won t be the first to say hello in a crowd, you might even think I don t want to be there, but that s the way it s been with me since VN. I was a door gunner in VN. I was with the 1st Inf in 69 and was re assigned to the 173rd Abn in 70 and then again to the 1st Avn In 71, I left VN in 72. I tried the VN Vets MC club in Boulder City, NV when they started up back in 1989. A short while after being accepted I turned in my colors, they wanted to act like a MC Gang rather than represent their bylaws, I ve had enough with fighting. The chapter no longer exists. Well, It s been 20 years and out of curiosity and a sense of wanting to openly represent being a VN vet, I ve been looking at the VNVMC from the internet. Interesting, to note the Legacy side. Legacy Vets is probably a good thing since the VN vet is a dying breed. In 2008, I met Merlin (hope I spelled his name right) at HD in GJ and we talked about the VNVMC briefly and that conversation stayed with me. At that time I was reluctant to get involved. Anyway, I just thought I might want to try the MC club thing again. Merlin gave me the impression that it wasn t going to be like before. Take care and remember: Only 2 defining forces have ever offered to die for you....Jesus Christ and the American Soldier. One died for your soul, the other for your freedom.
Ben Copley <>
Grand Junction, CO US
- Saturday, June 26, 2010 at 13:30:30 (MDT)
Great time at Nomad's this weekend Brothers!! LRB
Wayback <>
Meeker, CO
- Monday, June 07, 2010 at 18:33:55 (MDT)
G'day guys..a mate put me onto this site...I was a 'tunnel rat' in Vietnam in with the Vietnam Veterans Motorcycle Club Queensland Chapter.....luv your site... and what you stand for....a group of us are travelling to California in late May 2010 for a couple of weeks....hiring bikes and doin some travelling.....hope to catch up with a lot of you blokes....already made contact with the blokes in Vegas.....just heard about your Nomads Poker Run in Montrose Colorado June 5th.....couple of us would like to extend our trip and ride over to join you guys...if that is ok????? ....don't want to take up too much space hear so if someone can get back to me it would be very much appreciated....stay upright and stay safe guys...hope to hear from you soon and to catch up with you....Feral aka Keith Burley
Keith Burley <>
Brisbane, QLD Australia
- Wednesday, March 17, 2010 at 04:37:54 (MDT)
Yesterday was a proud day for me!!! Love and respect to all!! Prospect Tiller
Prospect Tiller <>
Loma, CO USA
- Monday, March 08, 2010 at 06:50:53 (MST)
Wow! I didn't know the Guest Book didn't allow for spacing. It's a mess. Sorry.
Gary S. Turk <>
Security, CO USA
- Sunday, February 21, 2010 at 01:16:37 (MST)
I was looking at just what Colorado had concerning Vietnam Vets after seeing about Wisconsin having a big "Welcome Home" for Vietnam Vets in May, including an Honor Ride scoot to open the 4 day weekend. I'm sad to see there isn't much in Colorado that has to do with Vietnam Vets sadly enough, especially because there is so much of a military presence here. So when I found your website and saw that you even consider membership open to "Bastard Veterans" like myself, I was surprised. I hope thee is room to ad this full article to the Guest Book that I wrote years ago. It still rings true today in most cases, and that sucks. So here is the article. Bastard Veteran I served for 8 years, 2 months, and a few days as an Army Medic, and did so proudly. Of that time, I was overseas for 3 years and 4 months. I was awarded 2 Good Conduct Medals and a Meritorious Service Award during my time in the Army. I was a good soldier and did everything that is expected of a soldier. Had I been assigned to combat I would have gone to combat, and there was never any question about that. So because I served from 1972 until 1981 I fit into the time frame that makes me a Vietnam Era Veteran. This is where I have trouble. If I call myself a Vietnam Era Veteran, and meet another vet who was in the military at the same time but served in combat, he does not consider me his brother. In his mind if I didn t do any time in country, then I am not really a Vietnam Vet. The Era thing seems to really screw things up. A Vietnam Era Veteran is by definition, Anyone who served in the armed forces during the Vietnam War between August 1964 and May 1975 . Because my years of service fall into that time frame, I am what some people might call a Vietnam Vet . However, a large number of veterans who actually were in Vietnam and fought in combat do not consider anyone else who was in the service at the time a Vietnam Vet unless they were physically in country. Those vets were in a whole other place, and I honor them for that. While I did not see any combat while I was in the Army, I was at the same time subject to the possibility. Although I was never in country in Vietnam, I did receive the same dishonorable treatment as every other soldier received in any major airport during Vietnam. I was spit on by another human being, another American citizen at that, while walking through O hare Interntional Airport in Chicago. I was assailed by a crowd of fellow Americans and I was called a baby killer and a murderer simply because I was wearing an Army uniform. This happened twice at O Hare over a 2 week period of time, once when I arrived there on leave and then again as I left to return from leave. I don t claim that these incidents entitle me to anything near the same honor due to a vet who saw combat, but want people to understand that I considered myself every bit as much of a soldier as they were at the time regardless of our combat records. I felt the same way during my entire 8 years of service even though I never stepped into Vietnam physically. America treated members of the armed forces terribly during and after the Vietnam War. All soldiers returned from service to hatred, shame, and dishonor and it took nearly 20 years before America ever owned up to it. I didn t toss the coin that decided which ones of us went to Vietnam and which ones didn t. I was right next to you guys in Basic Training and at AIT. When orders came down, I did what they said to do, honorably and proudly. So why am I pushed aside by my own brothers and considered less of a veteran and less of a man? When the USA was involved in Desert Storm in 1990 the response to returning service members was totally different. There was a lot of shame that people needed to own up to after 20 years of ignoring veterans and the fact that it had hurt veterans a lot. The Desert Storm vets came home to parades, free college, discounts on cars and about everything else retail, parties, and cheers at airports. Those of us who were spit upon in airports saw things like this on TV and were pissed off. I was working at the Post Office during this time and had to stand up during ceremonies for fellow letter carriers who were given medals for their heroism in the Middle East when in reality most of them never left the airports in the US. Those who did go to the Middle East were home in less than 2 months, under 30 days in many cases, and never saw anything besides smoke in the far distance. None the less, these men and women were treated as super heroes and super stars. It was at this time that people started to think back on how they had treated Vietnam Era Vets, many who had endured a full year of hell in combat. All of the Desert Storm Vets were given Medals and citations and were hailed as heroes while true heroes from the Vietnam Era, who had been basically forgotten for the past 20 years, were never even welcomed home. It took this brief encounter in the Middle East to make people remember the Vietnam Vets and how they had been forgotten. I had a lot of resentment at this time in history. I was angry as hell to see these people hailed on TV, in newspapers, and everywhere else as modern heroes after doing basically nothing. To be called a Desert Storm Vet was to be called a hero while to be called a Vietnam Vet was to be considered a murderer. What s wrong with this picture? Why did it take another act of war to make people finally come to terms with an act of war from two decades earlier? At least America was finally starting to recognize Vietnam Vets as the true heroes they are. But this is where it really started to be tough for me. Although we were finally seeing all vets as being someone to be honored, we were also finding it important to label each of these vets. There are WWII Vets, Korean War Vets, Desert Storm/ Gulf War Vets, and Iraq War Vets all alive right now. Each of their eras are easily recognized and honored. Then we have the war that took place in Vietnam. If you were in the service during the time any of these other wars took place you are simply considered a veteran of that war. In the case of Vietnam however, we have found some reason to separate the honor into two specific categories. You are either a Vietnam Vet or a Vietnam Era Vet. But anyone who is like me and was never physically in country finds himself a bastard veteran who is not welcome into the fraternity of the Vietnam Era by those who were in country. I might just be by myself feeling this way, but I really doubt that. I am not seeking any glory or wanting to take anything away from guys who were in country, but I don t see any reason why I am resented for not having been sent to Vietnam. I stood the same chance as any other service member did at the time of going to Vietnam. I just wasn t chosen. Does that make me any less of a soldier than someone who did go? Should I be made to feel like less of a veteran than the guy who stood a few feet down in line from me and got those orders for Vietnam? I don t think so. Yes you went into combat and risked your life and I respect and honor you for that, but should that make you hate or distrust me? Am I not your brother because I didn t go to Vietnam and instead was stationed in a hospital somewhere else caring for our fellow soldiers? While every other veteran in this country can proudly wear a patch, or pin, or ball cap that has something embroidered on it proclaiming their service during one war or another, I can t. I could wear a Vietnam Veteran cap or something, but as soon as I tell you I wasn t in country, I m being a jerk or even worse, I m in need of an ass kicking from you because you were. That steals my pride from me. That makes my 8 plus years in the Army worth nothing. Every man ought to be able to have some pride in their service to their country, but because I was never boots on the ground in Vietnam I am not a Vietnam Veteran. Since nobody seems to want to acknowledge the people who served during the 11 years of the Vietnam War but didn t serve in combat, it leaves us not only feeling like we were never welcomed home, but we also face the fact that our own fellow servicemen haven t acknowledged us as being part of anything. I can t think of any other way of describing it except to say, I m a bastard veteran.
Gary S. Turk <>
Security, CO USA
- Sunday, February 21, 2010 at 01:11:29 (MST)
Welcome home brothers. I am from Colorado Springs originally, I live in North Carolina now.I am a proud member of the RED and BLACK, SECOND BRIGADE MC, Chapter W. Just checking out your website, keep up the good work. If anybody ever comes out to the east coast, give us a call, we would like to get together and have a cold one. RED and BLACK NATION, LRB HOGWILD SECOND BRIGADE MC CHAPTER W NC
Kannapolis, NC USA
- Sunday, February 14, 2010 at 08:26:13 (MST)
Brother Top, please call or e-mail me for the Palin Picture. LRB BBO
Google LVMC <>
Anchorage, AK 99567
- Friday, February 12, 2010 at 19:10:48 (MST)
hey brothers, believe someone had a table set up at Casper this past January and had some of the lady patches there, mine has come apart on the top border and am looking to another to replace it. can someone put me in contact with the sec or treasurer
Romeo VNVLCMC Nebraska <>
Lincoln, NE
- Wednesday, February 10, 2010 at 06:51:31 (MST)
Charter member B colo springs 87,Hello my CO Brothers. It's Mardi Gras in AlafuckinBAMA,hope to see y'all in TX........
Grand Bay, AL USA
- Saturday, January 23, 2010 at 22:17:56 (MST)
Christmas ones I mean
D Chapter, CO USA!!
- Sunday, January 10, 2010 at 19:56:55 (MST)
Webmaster- can you e-mail these pics?
D Chapter, CO USA!!
- Sunday, January 10, 2010 at 19:56:03 (MST)
Meeker, CO
- Tuesday, December 15, 2009 at 08:37:08 (MST)
Just stopped in to wish everyone a great x-mass and Happy New Year.
Dan (Hangaround D Chapter) <>
Montrose, CO USA
- Monday, December 14, 2009 at 18:01:14 (MST)
Just wanted to pay my respects to all patch holders. My mother calls me Jim. semper fi. going to Washington State 12/14/2009
Prospect....chap. "C" <>
Wellington, CO USA
- Thursday, December 10, 2009 at 07:14:58 (MST)
Looks great brothers. Come on down to New Orleans and visit sometime. I have a place for anyone that wants to stay. LRB
Iron Joe <>
New Orleans, LA USA
- Tuesday, December 08, 2009 at 09:51:18 (MST)
Merry Christmas toall the Brothers and Their Families and Happy New Year
NRB <>
Rapid City, sd
- Monday, December 07, 2009 at 15:30:07 (MST)
Keep up the good things you are doing. My son-in-law is in Chapter D. I'm very proud.
Sandi Carr <>
Grand Junction, Co. Mesa
- Tuesday, December 01, 2009 at 15:43:02 (MST)
Love the club & the meaning behind it. I solute you all! Cat
Catherine Crowell <>
Montrose, CO Montrose
- Tuesday, November 10, 2009 at 16:43:19 (MST)
Hi..I am looking for Sis Toes we meat at Nationals in Albuq.NM email me want to exchange pics ..and by the way was great meeting all the Broothers and sisters had a blast..God Bless all
Tularosa, NM Otero
- Thursday, October 22, 2009 at 14:35:15 (MDT)
trying to contact SUMO your HM. I am a HM located in AZ could you have him contact me at 808-896-9819 or thanks Sal LRB
- Wednesday, October 14, 2009 at 23:21:43 (MDT)
Great site brothers! We have added your site to our links page, could you please add Hawaii "C" chapter to your links page? Our address is LLRB Gravy Vice Pres. "C"razy Chapter Hawaii
Gravy <>
- Tuesday, October 06, 2009 at 22:47:05 (MDT)
Thanks for all the Vet's past and present for your sacrifice's! You will never be forgotten! THANK YOU!
Johnny <>
Denver, Colorado U.S.A.
- Friday, September 18, 2009 at 16:57:03 (MDT)
just wanted to stop by and give some love to my brothers in Colorado. glad to see most of you up at nationals and hope to see you all at the next regionals. LRB
Rigger, SA, Unforgiven Ch. Killafornia
- Friday, September 04, 2009 at 10:36:48 (MDT)
I just want to thank you all for fighting for our freedom. And All that you do for our freedom and for the vets and the fallen. I have the highest respect for you all. My God bless you all. I wish I could join your club but am not military. You will always have my support. Thank you all
Brad <>
- Saturday, August 22, 2009 at 13:49:43 (MDT)
My Brothers, saw where you came on our site, just returning the L & R. I was stationed at Carson from 99' - 03' and my Daughter lives up in Divide. So I will come out that way often. Hope to meet ya'll soon. LRB Rev Uhaul Chpt A, WA Chaplin
Rev Uhaul <>
Yelm, WA
- Wednesday, July 29, 2009 at 20:30:55 (MDT)
A huge THANKS to the VNV members that attended Hippy John's Memorial to his life, in Monte Vista. It meant a great deal to all of us here in Colorado. Our National President sends his THANKS also. Nite Train VOVMC National Sec./Treas. Asst. PGR HOTH Coordinator (Help on the Homefront) About Vietnam The tragedy- indeed, the immorality-of those years was that for the first time in our history our country and its government failed to match the heroic sacrifice of our men in the field. This must never happen again." - Ronald Reagan
Nite Train <>
Denver, Co USA
- Monday, July 27, 2009 at 10:42:39 (MDT)
Brothers, Stopping by to Give Love %26 let you know Chapter "I" NY has a new website. LRB, Sinner
Sinner <>
Long Island/NYC, NY
- Sunday, June 28, 2009 at 08:38:39 (MDT)
I really like your page. I liked the pictures. Ride safe.
Indian <>
Las Vegas, NV,
- Saturday, May 30, 2009 at 23:04:03 (MDT)
hope to see allyou brothers at the national in reno aug 27. Take care brothers forever
T-bone <>
gillette, wy usa
- Friday, May 22, 2009 at 06:20:29 (MDT)
God Bless- Those that shed their blood for me and i for them will always be my brothers in arms.- Amen
Maddog <>
Westminster, CO USA
- Thursday, May 21, 2009 at 22:00:28 (MDT)
Saving to come next year for the run to the wall. Last in states 86 fond memories of colorado. I am a member of the Australian VVMC North coast chapter. Served in infantry 71 Phouc Tuy province Australian army.
Fleecy <>
Lismore, nsw Australia
- Wednesday, April 08, 2009 at 16:00:43 (MDT)
Just spreading lots of Love, Respect, and Brotherhood to all my Brothers.
Just Al C-Chapter
- Tuesday, March 31, 2009 at 15:58:27 (MDT)
Howdy Western Slope Heads. I mean Western Slope Brothers. I hope all is well on the other side of the mountain. That is the slippery slope. LLRB Dane
Dane <>
- Tuesday, March 31, 2009 at 10:35:56 (MDT)
just wanted to say hey to my brothers on the west side, hope all is well, congrates on the website! LRB
caretaker <>
Loveland, co USA
- Sunday, March 29, 2009 at 07:00:42 (MDT)

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