Iron Warriors MC

River City Chapter - Omaha, NE

THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU! NEBRASKA LAW RIDERS RAISED $3,551.61 THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!

Welcome

Welcome to Iron Warriors MC -River City Chapter in Omaha, Nebraska. We are just one chapter of 44 representing approximately 600 members  in 20 States.

The Iron Warriors Motorcycle Club is a non-profit organization of current and retired law enforcement officers and firefighters. The Iron Warriors own and ride V-twin motorcycles made by American-owned companies.  The camaraderie of riding with like-minded individuals strengthens the dedication in providing assistance and support to our communities, departments, families and members. The IWMC membership contributes much of its free time toward the efforts of raising money to support the families of Fallen Police Officers and/or Firefighters. The IWMC additionally supports our Veterans of the military, as they have sacrificed much, and some sacrificed all.

The IWMC generosity is not limited to Law Enforcement, Firefighters or Veterans. Individual chapters will routinely seek out those struggles within their community, to show support and express their gratitude for the support given to them by our communities.  Support your local IWMC next time you see them hosting an event!

Suggestions or comments may be directed to iwmcneb@gmail.com

 

 

In Memoriam - Godfrey 'Rope' Brokenrope
7-27-2013

It is with heavy hearts we release our latest River City Chapter member to the Forever Chapter.  Godfrey 'Rope' Bokenrope, Chief of Police in Aurora, Nebraska died from injuries in a motorcycle accident which occurred 25 July.  Godfrey leaves behind a wife and three adult children.

In his short time with the club, 'Rope' contributed greatly in so many ways. 

  1. Participant in our Adopt A Highway Project which provides road side clean up twice a year
  2. Arranged for Senator Annette Dubas to be our featured speaker at our 5th Annual Nebraska Law Ride benefitting the Nebraska Law Enforcement Memorial in Grand Island
  3. Provided assistance to another club member during his time of need after a motorcycle accident this past Spring

 

Though these are just a few of his contributions, his greatest was his presence!  Rope truly exhibited the Warrior Spirit.

 

His zest for life was amazing.  He took great pride in his family, his culture, and work.  Our thoughts are with his family, friends and coworkers.  His physical presence will be missed greatly, but his warrior spirit will be with us forever.