Freemasons Riding Club A Masonic Motorcycle Riding Club
Welcome to the Freemasons RC
A Masonic Motorcycle
The Freemasons Riding Club is an association
founded and designed specifically to introduce motorcycling
Free Masons to
one another. We are comprised entirely of Freemasons with a love for
freedom that is only found on two wheels � in the wind. We find our best
place working in our communities and supporting various causes and
charities, especially while riding with our
Ultimately, we are the same
Freemasons that you
have known throughout your life and all of history � a fun-loving
Brotherhood of charity that is reflected in our works. We are dedicated to
promoting good will in our local communities while promoting safe, fun and
We are not a gang or 1% club! As
Freemasons, each of us strives to be an
upright and law abiding member of the community at all times. We are active in our
Lodges, dedicated to supporting the Widows and Orphans of our Brethren, and are always mindful to present a good impression
of Bikers to the public
when riding together.
In Memory MW John
"JJ" Krom, PGM
aka National Rally Aug 31 - Sep 3 2018
Location and details will be announced soon.
MW John "JJ"
Our Brother was born in Poughkeepsie, New
York December 7,1945. He spent his early years in New York and
Reno Nevada, until relocating to California in 1956. He received his
education in the public school system and attended college at Valley
Brother John worked as a musician, and an actor until finally settling
on a career in the steel industry.
MW Brother John had an illustrious career in both Blue Lodge Masonry
and our Appendant and Concordant Bodies.
He was initiated, Passed and Raised in Arizona Lodge #2, serving as
its Master in 1995. He served on several
Grand Lodge Committees and was a principal in the foundation of the
Arizona Masonic Foundation for Children before being appointed by MW
Bill Jeffers to the progressive Grand Lodge Line, and serving as Grand
Master for the 2002/2003 Grand Lodge term.
Our Brother served as the leader of all three of his York
Rite Bodies, as well as being appointed to several Grand
York Rite positions.
In the Scottish Rite MW John was the director of the
work for the 14th, 19th, and 32nd degrees, and received
his KCCH designation in 2001.
Our Brother also served the following organizations with distinction:
Arizona Research Lodge # 1
El Zaribah Shrine
West Valley High Twelve
Saguaro Council Allied Masonic Degrees
York Rite Sovereign College
Our Brother was a true Mason, both in and
outside the Lodge and will be missed by all who knew him.
The 2018 FAMILY
Location for our Reunion will be announced soon.
The Masonic Ring