News & Upcoming Events
Blue Knights TX XXXI Chapter Ride and Breakfast
Blue Knights TX XXXI Chapter Ride: Sunday, October 13th.
Staging: Buc-ee’s (I-45 South @ Holland Rd.)
KSU at: 9:00 am
Destination: “Sweet T’s” Café in Freeport, for breakfast
Route: I-45, 61st. Street, “Blue Water Highway” to Surfside, Hwy. 332, Hwy. 288, W. 2nd. Street to Sweet T’s Diner.
October Monthly Meeting
The October chapter meeting will be held at Kelly’s Country Cooking on F.M. 518 (1502 W. Main St.) in League City.
6:00 pm dinner and 7:00 pm meeting.
Pickett House Ride
On Saturday, June 8th, 2019 Texas XXXI took a scenic ride through East Texas to the Picket House Restaurant. We met some of our brothers from Louisiana, had a great lunch and shared some stories.
Officer Abigail becomes a Special Member
On Sunday, May 26, 2019 the Blue Knights Texas 31 chapter, made Freeport Tx PD “Officer Abigail” a “ Special Member” of the chapter.
DJ Alvarez, the Blue Knights Intl President, said: “Abigail is probably the bravest person I’ve ever met and it was an honor to meet this precious little girl.” Abigail, who’s just 6 years old, is terminally ill with cancer. The Blue Knight Texas 31 also donated $500 to the family.
The Blue Knights Texas 31 would also like to thank Freeport PD Chief Ray Garivey for helping make this happen. Members from the Blue Knight Texas 6, Texas 7, and Indiana 10 also were there.
Proclamation for Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Month
On May 20, 2019, the Galveston County Commissioners Court presented a proclamation for motorcycle safety and awareness month to members from Blue Knights Chapter Texas 31. Present was Chapter President Roger Byars, Director Israel Chapa, Asst. Road Captain Buddy Alton, Darrell Apffel, Joe Giusti, Mark Henry, International President D.J. Alvarez and Ken Clark.
Our purposes and goals are to:
Provide for the mutual assistance, enjoyment, entertainment, education, physical, mental and social benefit of its members and the general public.
To promote and advance the sport of motorcycling and the safety of motorcycling.
To serve the interests of motorcycle owners and users.
To promote by example and any other acceptable means, safe use, operation and enjoyment of motorcycles.
To develop a fraternal spirit between law enforcement personnel and the general public.
Since forming in 2004, Texas XXXI has raised and given back over $70,000 to different organizations, and charity events in our area. It is our commitment to give back to the communities we proudly serve.
A Special Thanks to Our Sponsors
Do you have an Interest in Blue Knights Texas XXXI?
Are you an active or retired police officer, corrections officer, or military personel, who rides a motorcycle, enjoys the camaraderie of like minded peers, come and check out our chapter.
Blue Knights International
A non-profit fraternal organization