NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BUFFALO SOLDIERS AND TROOPERS MOTORCYCLE CLUB
Believing that it was time to establish a modern progressive motorcycle club whose focus was to promote a positive image among African Americans that would be respected in the community and throughout the country. Kenneth"Dream Maker" Thomas founded the Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club of Chicago in October of 1993.
The name Buffalo Soldier was initally selected to pay homage to and ensure the legacy of African American military contributions in the post Civil War era. Under the leadership of Kenneth Thomas, the new club was chartered as the Buffalo Troopers Motorcycle CLub of Chicago.
The National Association of Buffalo Soldiers and Troopers Motorcycle Club was formed in 199 with the Chicago Chapter being recognized as the mother chapter of the organization, and the club has grown to over 120 chapters to date with a chapter in Hawaii and South Korea.