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Welcome to the Texas Chapter of the Expendables MC website.

Please visit the Texas events page and come ride along with us as we help local charities or just ride for fun.

We are a motorcycle club made up of true friendship, respect, and brotherhood. We are our Great Nation's sons who have answered the call to duty in a time of tragedy. We are expendable risking our own lives fighting for a greater purpose. To save lives, enforcing laws, and protecting our Country's freedom.

Welcome to our website! We hope to use this site to spread the word about our organization, causes and events we support, and provide information to prospective members.

Our website will be updated with current info, photos, forums and news as they become available. If you're interested in joining, please contact us today!

We are the EXPENDABLES.

We are comprised of federal, state, and local police, military, fire, EMS and corrections - both current and former - who have served their respective departments honorably. We share a love for riding and do so skillfully and confidently. We enjoy the freedom of the open road.

After looking into several clubs, the decision was made to create a club that would better suit our ideals. We believe that family and work come first, club second, and we wanted a club that would promote camaraderie and loyalty between all law enforcement, military, fire, EMS and other service personnel.

We are a family orientated club. We are not territorial. We wear our bottom rockers to signify the state we call home. We respect your rights and freedoms and expect the same of ours. We ride in remembrance of the honor and sacrifice of our brothers who gave their lives to help others in support of this Great Nation.

Our center patch design is that of 3 skulls representing the three main branches that make up the club: police, military, and fire. Our colors are blue and tan. The color blue represents vigilance, perseverance, justice, truth and loyalty. The color tan is for the sand that has been a part of everyday life for thousands of soldiers serving in the middle east since the events of 9/11.