You might see them blasting down the highways around the Metro, riding high and tight, two-by-two on Iron Horses of chrome and metal. Literally born on the Fourth of July in 2004, the Iron Order Motorcycle Club (IOMC) is committed to Brotherhood, friendship and community service along with a healthy dose of patriotism and national pride.
Membership in the Iron Order is a privilege and not taken lightly. The Iron Order MC is a non-territorial International Organization that has 68 chapters in 33 states and 3 countries. The IOMC is an independent MC believing in the right side of the law and freedom for all. Criminal activity of any kind is not tolerated by any of the Brotherhood, be they full-patch, prospect, hang-around or Maiden (female support group for the IOMC.)
The Kansas City chapter consists of members from both sides of the state line. Because the club is non-territorial, rockers from both Kansas and Missouri adorn the brother’s cuts, signifying where a club member lives. The IOMC will never control any territory, however they will actively participate in state activities.
The chapter is involved heavily in the community, hosting fund-raising drives for various charities throughout the metro, the most significant being the Battlefield Cross Escorts in conjunction with the Walk to Remember Foundation. Other notable charities sponsored by the Iron Trail Chapter of Kansas City this past summer include: Independence Animal Shelter, Hope House, Big Brothers & Big Sisters, and St. Jude’s Hospital. This month the chapter will focus on raising money for the Walk to Remember Foundation as well as visit the Veteran’s Home of Cameron, MO.
The KC chapter of the Iron Order extends an invitation to participate in any of the Chapter's events in order to get to know them. You can join their mailing list at www.ironorder-kc.com by clicking the "email me" link. Check out the IOMC and see if you have anything to offer the Brotherhood, or if the Brotherhood has anything to offer you.