21611 Atlantic Blvd, Sterling, VA 20166
The Northern Virginia Chapter was established in June 2001 and is made up of professional men and women from the Maryland, DC and Northern VA region. The chapter’s operations are conducted via the work of 11 committees, which are as follows:
The various charities, non-profit and volunteer organizations that we support are:
Greetings and welcome to our webpage. It is an honor and a privilege to serve as the President of the Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club of Northern Virginia. We are a proud organization of professional men and women from various walks of life. Our motorcycle club is comprised of Active, Retired and Veteran Law Enforcement, Military and other productive citizens of the community in which we serve.
Our focus is to be of service to our community. We have visited many schools and community events with the purpose of educating them about the rich history of the Buffalo Soldiers and promoting safe motorcycle riding. We provide scholarships for our high school seniors and provide school supplies as part of our “Back to School” initiative. We assist a local food bank as well as provide holiday meals to those in need. These are just a few activities we are involved in within our community.
We wear the colors and ride under the name Buffalo Soldiers to commemorate the Pride, Respect and Dignity of those brave African American Soldiers of the 9th and 10th Cavalry. We welcome you to explore our site and offer thoughts, comments and reactions that you think might help us with our mission.
Hello, I am Quentin Merrill, and my riding name is "Q”. I am a proud member of The Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club of Northern Virginia and have been a member since 2012. I ride a 2017 Indian Chieftain whose name is Cloudy. I am married, have 4 adult daughters, an Army veteran and recently retired from the federal government. I am proud to represent the 9th and 10th Calvary riding as they did to show the commitment and strength of the Black Soldier.