In the summer of 1989 a small group of Harley riding combat vets of Vietnam War
who were also police officers banded together to form the Nam Knights. Founded in
New Jersey by Jack Quigley, an Under sheriff in the Bergen County Sheriff’s
Department, and members of Municipal as well as County police agencies, the club
grew to where it is today with numerous chapters and hundreds of members throughout
The club was formed to recapture the brotherhood its original members shared while
serving is Southeast Asia and to help other veterans of all wars who are unable
either physically or financially to help themselves.
Our mission is to honor the memory of American Veterans and Police Officers who
have lost their lives in the line of duty, to assist Veterans and Police Officers
in their time of need, to promote community awareness through sponsorship and participation
in various fund raising events. The Nam Knights Motorcycle Club continues to grow
and thrive today due to extraordinary dedication of its members, their families
and our benevolent supporters.
Anyone interested in becoming a member of the Nam Knights must ride a Harley-Davidson
or custom style motorcycle with a Harley-Davidson type engine, (S&S, Rev Tec,
etc.) and must be in law enforcement or a veteran or retired from either.
about joining Nam Knights
US Veterans and Law Enforcement (including retired) are allowed membership
in the Nam Knights MC. There is a hang around and prospect requirement
so that the applicant can learn more about the club and the club can learn
more about the applicant.
only ride Harley-Davidson motorcycles, or other Harley type bikes, custom
built rides with HD style engines, such as S&S and Rev Tech, The tradition
of American iron remains a club requirement.
felony conviction eliminates eligibility in the Nam Knights.
more information about joining the Nam Knights, Contact Us.