Buffalo Soldier Creed
Iam a Buffalo Soldier, and as a Buffalo Soldier I will uphold the standards and the traditions set forth by my chapter and the National Association of Buffalo Soldiers and Troopers motorcycle club.
Iam proud of my colors and the rich history that they represent. I will wear my colors with pride and will do all within my power to educate the general public about the rich history of the 9th and 10th Calvary Buffalo Soldiers.
I will respect my colors and my Buffalo Soldiers Sisters and Brothers, and when my riding days come to an end, I wish to be remembered as one who served with Dignity as a responsible biker and a proud Buffalo Soldier.
Thomas "TC" Costley
Past President National Asssociation of Buffalo Soldiers and Troopers Motorcycle Club Inc.
Pictured above is BAZ of Orlando's Chapter of Buffalo Soldiers M/C on the right and on the left 94 year old former Sgt Ewin Bureaux. He was a Buffalo Soldier in the US Army, he served as a Demolition Sergeant for 4 years. During his time in the military he fought in WWII and the Pacfic Wars. In Septmeber 1957 he witnessed President Dwight D. Eisenhoer sign into law the "Civil Act of 1957". He was the first Black to place a wreath on the tomb of the unknown soldier. In 2007 Sgt Ewin Bureaux was honored and met with President Bush. Sgt Ewin Bureaux now lives in Oakland, CA.