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Bikers Helping Veterans

Helping Those Who Served By Those That Ride

Bikers Helping Veterans is an outgrowth of Bikersinc, an Indiana based organization that is federally recognized as a 501(c)3 Non-Profit.

As called upon by several of our volunteers, we were assisting more and more local Veterans thus Bikers Helping Veterans was created. Making the transition from Military life to Civilian life can be a challenging one, Bikers Helping Veterans helps bridge the gap between the Battlefield and the Home front by assisting returning Veterans.

Bikers Helping Veterans also works with other Veterans programs and organizations in order to provide a tighter network of complementary services. We assists with locating housing, small business advice, mentoring along with supporting other local veteran groups & more. 


Support Membership

Help us continue our mission. For only $10.00 bucks, you can make a difference. You will receive a custom Supporter Card and one Bikers Helping Veterans silicone wristband.Thank you..

What You Will Receive

Upon confirmed payment you will receive the following:
1. Support Membership Card
2. Silicone Veterans Wristband

Support membership does not give you access to benefits.


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Contact Information

- Veterans Office -
9165 Otis Avenue
Lawrence, Indiana 46216

- Bikersinc Incorporated -
1761 North Sherman Drive, Suite F
Indianapolis, Indiana 46218
Phone Number: 317.801.1904

Bikers Helping Veterans

Through our volunteers, we empower veterans to attain their highest level of independence, with specialized assistance to post-9/11 veterans, female veterans and veteran families.

We have assisted with housing, bill pays, class room training, resume services and more, all without cost to the veteran. 

Bikers Helping Veterans News

Driver Acquitted in Deaths of Jarheads MC Members

Concord, New Hampshire (August 10, 2022) - A jury on Tuesday acquitted a pickup truck driver of causing the deaths of seven members of the Jarheads Motorcycle Club in a head-on collision in northern New Hampshire back in 2019.

Volodymyr Zhukovskyy, 26, of West Springfield, Massachusetts, had pleaded not guilty to multiple counts of negligent homicide, manslaughter, driving under the influence, and reckless conduct, although some of the charges were dropped during the trial. He has… Continue

June is PTSD Awareness Month

Indianapolis, IN (June 1, 2022) - The National Center for PTSD has designated June National PTSD awareness month. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) gained notoriety during the Vietnam war in the 1970's when the phrase was coined, but symptoms were being detected in military service men back during the second World War where people classified it as “shell shock.” 

It was not until the 1980’s when it was classified as a diagnosis.…


Bikers celebrate Memorial Day in Sioux City

Sioux City, Iowa, (May 29, 2022) - Motorcycle riders across the Midwest met up Sunday afternoon at the American Legion Hall in Sergeant Bluff for Sioux City’s 8th annual Thunder on the Missouri. The ride is modeled after the Rolling Thunder motorcycle ride that takes place each year in Washington DC.

Bikers met up at the community center to enjoy food and drinks before riding as a group to Siouxland Freedom Park in South Sioux City. Once they get there, a memorial service is held at… Continue

Brotherhood and Bikes: Combat Veterans Help other Veterans

Drasko, Arkansas, USA (February 23, 2022) - Every month, D.J's Diner becomes a biker bar and a veterans club all at once, except that the leather-clad bikers aren't looking for a fight or booze. It would get in the way of their mission.

"Everybody turns and looks at us," Daniel "D-Bo" King said, the road captain for the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association Arkansas chapter 7-8. "We love it. The louder the pipes, the more we turn a lot of heads." …

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A registered non-profit corporation that operates exclusively for educational & charitable purposes within Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code