For Those Who Went Before,
For Those Yet To Come
The Seguin Chapter of the Brothers-In-Arms MC was chartered in June, 2019. The original five members of the Chapter served in the US Army, US Air Force, and US Marines.
The shape of the Chapter Patch is the shape of Guadalupe County, where the city of Seguin is the county seat and in the center.
The gold line through the middle is the Guadalupe River.
The Roman numeral XII is for the Seguin Chapter as the 12th chapter in the club.
We all pretty much like big Texas sized beers, hence the nickname Guadalupe Growlers and the Texas babe with the two large mugs of beer.
The “cinco” is Spanish for 5 and represents the 5 original members of the Chapter.
The Brothers-In-Arms Motorcycle Club (BIAMC) was formed in 2002 to support the members of our Armed Forces, past and present, to create a camaraderie between like-minded people from those services, to share in our love of motorcycling, and to promote charitable causes that benefit our military, past and present, and the community. The Brothers-In-Arms M/C is a non-territorial, neutral club.
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