Why is brotherhood difficult to define? Because done right, it is extraordinary.
Brotherhood is the bonding of men of various backgrounds, beliefs, places, and eras around a singular set of life-directing commitments.
As Brothers we are not defined by our faults or sins, but by the bond that we have with each. When one becomes a Brother of the Iron Order, he abides by the laws of the Iron Order.
To be Iron Order, and a member of the Keeper Crew, means we have forged a connection that’s deeper than just beers on Saturday nights or road trips together. We have a connection that was born on the day we spoke our oath that made us Brothers, together. We pledge to stay true to this oath, and help each other stay true as well. As Iron Order, Brothers we will remain.
We all raise our fist when we hear the call. We are all equalized under this truth.
Those who ride with us, party with us, or know us, know we are bikers. Some have chosen a different road because we do not waiver from our core values. We ride, party and mind our own business. We do not create problems for our community or fellow bikers. We participate in charities that we feel benefit our communities and we support our own.
We are veterans, active duty military, construction workers, truck drivers, businessmen, cops, feds, cooks, and any other occupation you can think of. We are about motorcycles, brotherhood and enjoying the biker lifestyle. Our own way by our own rules.
We are what we say we are; nothing more or nothing less. If you are law abiding, desire strong brotherhood and riding a motorcycle is not a solo event, maybe we are for you. If you are looking for something other than what we stand for then we are not for you.