We are The Clarksville, Tennessee Chapter of Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club. The Clarksville Tennessee Chapter of Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club was co-founded by James W. Payne, Jr. (aka Jaco) and James O. Webb, Jr. (aka Papa) on 12 July 2007 with 5 members. On March 2008 the Clarksville Chapter obtained National membership by the National Association of Buffalo Soldiers and Troopers (NABSTMC). Clarksville Tennessee Chapter is the second Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Chapter in the state of Tennessee and the 67th Chapter in the National Charter with membership steadily risen. Our Memphis Tennessee Chapter of the Buffalo Soldiers is the Mother Chapter for the State.WE ARE NOT A 1% CLUB AND WE CLAIM NO TERRITORY. HOWEVER, WE TAKE OUR CLUB AND OUR MEMBERSHIP SERIOUSLY.We are a non-profit 501c (3) Motorcycle Club dedicated to providing service to our community and educating our community of the significant contributions and legacy of African Americans of the 9th and 10th Calvary; who sacrificed their lives so our country could be what it is today. As well as the sport of riding motorcycles. We are dedicated to educating everyone within our communities about this legacy, with special emphasis to our children and adults. The Chapter works with schools and youth organizations to insure our youth know and understand the significant contributions made by African Americans to this country's rich history. We ride under the name of the Buffalo Soldiers to express our pride, and our respect for the many accomplishments they made during the decades following the Civil War. We tell the story of the courageous Buffalo Soldiers and brave Native American Chiefs; and warriors that they fought during the settlement of the American west. We strive to honor this heritage by performing community service that enhances and promotes cultural and ethnic awareness as well as presenting ourselves as positive role models to the youth and other motorcycle riders within our communities.
Carl 'Jazzman' LittlePresident