Widows Sons Green Dragon Chapter

About the Widows Sons Motorcycle Riders Association

The Widows Sons was founded in 1999 with intention to offer aid and assistance to Masonic Widows and Orphans. Still holding strong to that commitment the Widows Sons offers regular charitable donations to Masonic and other charities to help benefit many people through out the world.

Since its founding the Widows Sons has grown world wide spanning from the United States, Canada, UK, Japan, Scotland, and Mexico just to name a few. The Widows Sons MRA prides itself on its charitable duties and strong belief in Faith, Hope and Charity. We support our Masonic lodges by providing a positive outlet for riding with our like minded brethren of Masonry while enjoying the fellowship of our Fraternal Brotherhood.

The Widows Sons is open to Master Masons in good standing with their respected Grand Lodges who own and ride a motorcycle of 500cc or more. Membership is subject to the Grand Chapter of ones area.

Please feel free to tour our web page. If you would like to find a chapter close to you and inquire about membership, please visit our chapters list page. Cant find a chapter near you, or Grand chapter in your state or country? Feel free to inquire about being the group to bring the Widows Sons to your area. We have an abundance of resources, and members who are more then willing to help and a proven track record for setting up new states and countries for success.

Each State Grand Chapter is autonomous and is responsible for governing themselves and the chapters in their state by abiding by the Masonic code of their respective Blue Lodges and Grand Lodge.

We do not intend to speak for or represent any specific Masonic body, and all Grand Chapters are independent from other Widows Sons Grand Chapters. We're simply a Riding Association of Master Masons. We are not territorial and do not condone illegal activities by our members. We do require that members act in a way that will reflect well on our Association, Fraternity and motorcycling in general. If you are not a mason, and would like to get more information? Please feel free to contact someone on this site.