The Lost Brotherhood MC was started on August 3rd, 2005 by fourteen active and retired police officers. Within one week the club grew to 22 members in Arizona and started chapters in New York and Indiana. The Lost Brotherhood MC is a registered Trade name and Trademark in Arizona. We are a nonprofit 501 (c) 7 club consisting of active and retired police officers and others from the Public Safety field who enjoy riding and having fun.

In June, 2008 we started a chapter in Nevada. In 2009 chapters were started in Tennessee, Maine and New Jersey. In 2010 New Mexico started their Chapter. Unlike many of the Clubs out there today, this club is run by the members. There are no boards, no politics or one small group who decides what is right for everyone.

In September, 2015, we started the Colorado River and Ohio Vally Chapters.


The Arizona Chapter supports the Arizona Peace Officers Memorial, and a variety of charities that provide for fallen officers, firefighters and correction officers. We also support the charities that provide for the safety and care of children and abused women.


Each chapter of our clubs support local charities within their state. No members or officers of our club are compensated with income or expenses.