Fire and Iron Firefighter's Motorcycle Club is made up of Firefighter's and other people associated with the Fire Service who love to ride and have a good time. Each member is an Active Full-Time/Career, Paid-On-Call, or Volunteer member of the Fire Service community. In addition to Firefighter's, we welcome Dispatcher's, Inspector's, and Mechanic's, who work in direct support of the Fire Service.
Member's of the club not only share a passion for protecting the lives of the citizens of their communities, but also for the open road. The Club takes great pride in it's efforts to support various charitable organizations as well as other clubs and rides.
Fire and Iron Firefighter's MC is a Neutral Club, who claim no territory, and who ride in respect of all other clubs and expect the same in return. The Club has over 125 "Stations", as our Chapter's are known, throughout the United States and the Bahamas’. The Clubs membership logs 1000's of miles each year criss-crossing the country in support of our other members and our other Stations.
If you are serious about being in the BEST DAMN FIREFIGHTER'S MOTORCYCLE CLUB in the Country, then contact your local Fire and Iron Station 70.
Station 70 is based in West Michigan and covers most all of the South Western Lower Peninsula. We are currently accepting applications for club membership in the S.W. Michigan region.
All makes and models of motorcycles will be accepted into the club, however members motorcycles must be able to keep up to posted speed limits.
Union membership is not mandatory. Any member can sponsor one non-fire department applicant to join the club. (i.e. family members, or friends.)
All members’ passengers will be able to join the club. (i.e. spouse, significant other, or friend.)
Non-fire department members are not eligible to sponsor a new member.