EMS Roaddocs Illinois, NFP Chapter

The EMS Roaddocs Illinois, NFP is made up partly of full and part time people who work in Emergency services, active and retired; this includes doctors, nurses, paramedics, EMT’s and Firefighters. These are our Professional Members. Additionally, we have Certified Members, who are First Responders. They have current training in both CPR/AED and have First Responder – First Aid Certification.

The primary goal of the EMS Roaddocs Illinois, NFP is to promote and support charity motorcycle rides, and local community based activities. We assist on numerous charity motorcycle runs; we greet and escort home our returning veterans. We provide the medical tents for American Cancer Society’s Relay-For-Life, and many, many more. The EMS Roaddocs Illinois, NFP are licensed medical educators, teaching our friends, co-workers, and community organizations certified medical classes. We are national instructors for American Heart Association, and American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons.

We are a club that has no affiliation with any other motorcycle club in the country. We are a group of motorcycle enthusiasts who are not going to bring attention or disrespect to the community or the club. Membership is not restricted to motorcyclists only. Any member who violates the By-Laws, as established, or causes undue or negative attention to our fellow members, or the club will have their membership terminated.

We wanted to bring the finest America has to offer, together in friendship and service. There is a natural bond among us that serve our country in one way or another and the EMS Roaddocs Illinois, NFP is a way to bring us together. Our members are honest, hardworking, good people and that is the type of people we want to ride with. Both men and women are welcome in our organization. We do not discriminate against race or religion either. Great folks, doing great things!