Local Bikers Travel to Trump’s Inauguration to Minister


With reports of more than 200,000 bikers heading to Washington D.C. for Donald Trump’s Presidential Inauguration. Local representatives of the Christian Motorcyclist Association are traveling to the nation’s capital to minister to the bikers planned to be gathering there.

Some reports are that with concerns that there could actually be more protester than attendees of the presidential inauguration so many bike clubs and organizations across the country have planned to attend the events to prevent disruptions from protesters. The group Bikers for Trump have membership numbers of 200,000 with 20,000 people joining their ranks in the just the last two weeks. They have the permits in place and will be the lead group for the bikers in D.C.


Seeing all of this on the news, Beau Maddox, a member of the Christian Motorcyclist Association decided this was a good opportunity to minister to fellow bikers and put together a group of riders, all ministers, to travel to the inauguration in Washington D.C. Maddox told us,

I was seeing all of this stuff on Facebook and the news about bikers going up there to support the president and had a calling on my heart to go and minister to these bikers, so that’s what we are doing.”

Our friend Earl Prosser, President of the C.M.A. Hope Chapter Redemption Riders and ordained minister, is also making the trip, he added,

There will be 7 of us making the trip up to Washington. Because of weather we will trailer our bikes up there and meet up with the Bikers for Trump folks and then start spreading the word at every chance we get. We want to spread the word, and if we can get some more folks riding for Jesus.”



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