Buffalo Soldiers Motorcyle Club of Little Rock
One Club, One Patch, One Mindset
Alexander Everett, Kylon Boyle
and Brandi Givens
on their graduation!
Class of 2015
Congrats to Heavy, the newest member of the King of the Road club.
3982 Mile Adventure
Name: Clarence Thornton
Hello my name is Clarence W. “Heavy” Thornton Jr. I’m retired from the Department of Veteran’s Affairs. I am presently the Chaplain of the LRBSTMC, and my horse is a 2011 Harley Davidson Tri Glide. I started my journey in the U.S. Army as a 19D Cavalry Scout in the Cavalry where I served in numerous units (1/9 Cav.-3/5Cav.-9th CBAA -11th ACR-3rd AD- 4/23 Inf.) across the US and oversees. But most prestigious having actively served as a Buffalo Soldier in the 9th Cavalry; in which I was awarded numerous awards along with The Order of the Spur from my peers in the Cavalry.
I wanted to share my most recent trip where I had a great 3982 mile adventure! I departed my residence on 13 July 2015 to surprise my “Lady” who was vacationing in Los Angeles, CA. I picked her up on my Harley Davidson for a romantic getaway in Las Vegas. Then I flew her back to California so I could ride on to Albuquerque, New Mexico for our National convention. I returned home to Arkansas on 26 July 2015. As we say, It’s All Good!
Welcome to our website. I am Willie “Razor” Thomas Jr., the current President of the Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club-Little Rock (Mother) Chapter. We are the 49th Chapter of the National Association of Buffalo Soldiers &Troopers Motorcycle Club. Founded in 2006, we have grown to a membership of eighteen Full Patched members and five Associate members. Our members come from a variety of backgrounds, occupations and ethnic groups. Nonetheless we stand united in our mutual desire to enjoy the sport of motorcycling and to educate the public about and preserve the memory of the 9th and 10th Cavalry Buffalo Soldiers. We strive to set a standard to be admired by both old and young as responsible individuals, with high moral standards and an unyielding love of God and country. Through our charitable work and contributions we hope to pay true homage to the memory our ancestors whose shoulders we stand on. Feel free to contact us at any time if you feel we can be of assistance to your group or organization. Thank you for taking the time to visit our website. We hope that you find it to be both informative and enjoyable.
We the Little Rock BSMC are trying to make a difference in our community one day at a time.