…for, as long as but a hundred of us remain alive, never will we on any conditions be brought under another’s rule. It is in truth not for glory, nor riches, nor honours that we are fighting, but for freedom – for that alone, which no honest man gives up but with life itself.
Declaration of Arbroath
Bernard of Kilwinning, Chancellor of Scotland
April 6, 1320
On July 4, 2004 several men gathered in a garage in Indiana to found a unique law abiding club that was beholden to none. That club grew to become a huge family of brothers that paved the way for others to follow. In 2015 many of these brothers decided to start a new club to continue the Legacy of those founding principles and beliefs established in 2004. Our oaths to those founding principles and that club are intact, honored and followed to the letter as we carry that torch with us to this honorable endeavor of perseverance and continuance before those very ideals are lost to change forever. This is our opportunity to reignite the old school, traditional heritage of MC’s from the 50’s and early 60’s, following those traditions and close brotherhood all clubs seek. Our history is built on those premises established 16 years ago and we're starting our 17th year as Iron Legacy MC. Not a new beginning, but a return to the origins we swore our allegiance to that brought us together years ago with new horizons.
"If we forget what we did we won't know who we are"
Farewell Speech 1988
October- Welcome to the Iron Legacy Nation: New Philidelphia, OH
October- Welcome to the Iron Legacy Nation: Smithville, TN
October- Welcome to the Iron Legacy Nation: South Whitney, IN
September - Welcome to the Iron Legacy Nation: Travelers Rest, SC
On 9/11/20, two of our Brothers and their Hearts were invited to attend the memorial event at the World Trade Center in New York City. This was a closed event and only open to family of the fallen and their guests. The crowds were small even with Vice President Mike Pence and Sleepy Joe Biden in attendance. Throughout the day, our people were on the live feeds of the event and their emotions during the event were so strong that their images were captured and used throughout the country and outside of the country as far away as Japan. Even the Wall Street Journal used one of those images for their front cover the next day... This video is a compilation of some of the live footage taken by the media, screenshots sent to our Brothers that day from friends that saw them on the news, images taken from some of the publications they appeared in and pictures taken that day before, during and after the memorial event. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iyrb8hyVb5I