WCC Board of Directors
Karl Hutchinson - Chairman
Gregg Willis - Vice Chair United States
Mark Brooks - Vice Chairman Canada
Gary Pierce - Treasurer
Kent Autrand – Secretary
Guy Horner – Safety Officer
The BLUE KNIGHTS® West Coast Conference is a entity of the Blue Knights® International Law Enforcement Club International Motorcycle Club which is a not-for-profit fraternal organization consisting of active and retired law enforcement men & women who enjoy riding motorcycles. As of October 2014 we have 626 chapters and 19,573 members in 29 countries, including one Commonwealth, and members representing 31 different countries worldwide and growing. The Blue Knights West Coast Conference is dedicated in promoting, camaraderie within our occupations, friendship between its members, families and the community. Membership in the Blue Knights West Coast Conference is open to active and retired full-time and active reserve sworn, governmental, law enforcement officers that ride (any make or model) of motorcycle off-duty.
An overview of Blue Knights® West Coast Conference
The West Coast Conference is comprised of the 5 Western Canadian Provinces/Territories (Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Northwest and Yukon Territories), Northern and Central California, Northern Nevada, the six Northwestern Continental U.S. States (Oregon, Montana, Washington, Wyoming, Idaho and Utah) as well as Alaska, Hawaii, and Australia/New Zealand and pretty much the entire "Pacific Rim" region, excluding Southern California, Southern Nevada and Mexico. As of October 2014 we have 45 chapters with 1,489 members.
Make no mistake, WE ARE THE GOOD GUYS. We are active or retired full-time or reserve, police officers, sheriff's deputies, highway patrolmen, federal, state and county law enforcement agents, investigators and state correctional officers that love riding motorcycles... Not just one brand or type of motorcycle, but all kinds; BMW's, Buell's, Ducati's, Harley-Davidson's, Honda's, Indian's, Kawasaki's, Suzuki's, Victory's, Yamaha’s, cruisers, touring, and sport bikes. You name it, we ride it! We feel that everyone should be free to ride whatever bike they choose, as long as they ride it safely. Law enforcement camaraderie is much more important than what you choose to ride.
Take a moment to view our pages which demonstrate our dedication to the sport of motorcycling, our fellow brothers and sisters in our chosen fields and the communities in which we live. Take a long journey and click on additional links throughout our site, our Rides and Events page is constantly being updated to keep you informed.