wind therapy freedom riders
Austin TX - Roadrunners TX - Big Country TX - Jerrell Boyz, TX - Houston TX
TX Hill Country - Dallas, TX - Freestone, TX - Lubbock TX -
Eastex (Tyler area) TX - 4 Rivers TX (Canyon Lake Area) - LBJ Lakes TX (Kingsland Area)
West TX Chapter - Blindside Chapter TX (South Austin, San Marcos etc)
Central Miss , MS - Sconnie Nation, WI - Seattle , WA - Goone Squad Chapter Iowa
"We do not care to be part of a cause... we will be part of the solution."
Non Ducor, Duco - I am not led, I lead
WTFrs are Proudly Sponsored by the Loewy Law Firm
The Loewy Law Firm has a lengthy and consistent track record of successful case resolutions and impeccable client service. Adam’s exemplary work in the field of personal injury trial law has been recognized by numerous peer-review organizations (including the National Academy of Personal Injury Attorneys, and the Million Dollar Advocates Forum®), and the firm holds the highest possible rating of 10.0/Superb on Avvo.
WTFrs are proud to have the Loewy Law Firm as our exclusive motorcycle injury legal representation.
Adam has gone above and beyond when representing the needs of our members and his reputation and honesty is beyond reproach. He shares our same values and beliefs in support of our community, our law enforcement, and our Veterans.
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Who are we
The SRC - Social Riding Club
WTFrs are a group of individuals from all backgrounds, brought together by passion, purpose and spirituality! We are not what is known as a traditional MC (Motorcycle Club/3 Patch Club/etc.)
We are a Social Riding Club with open membership. We are a supporter of those who protect us; our Military, Law Enforcement, and other First Responders as well as those who need protection such children in need in our community.
We have no politics; we simply support what we believe in and we RIDE!!!! We typically ride between 1000 - 2000 miles per month! For those who ride and would like to join our private riders only club page, Join our Facebook Club page here!
WTFrs is a Texas based corporation with the goal of making a better and safer motorcycle community, creating a positive impact to our communities at large, helping those in need and to support those who defend and protect our communities such as our Military and Law Enforcement, past and present.
Our success in helping our community and giving back has been recognized by local, regional and national media where we have been covered on National News including ABC World News Tonight with David Muir and FOX and Friends out of New York.
We have had the honor of being recognized by the US House of Representatives and were given a Special Congressional Recognition Award.
Antibullying and Teen Suicide Prevention
The Arley Circle is a program that changes a child's environment. While the program is supervised by the WTFrs, it is mainly kids helping kids.
The Arley Circle came about when Arianna (Ari) and Haley, a teen who was about to take her life, met after Haley met the WTFrs on a antibullying ride to her school. The two became friends and collaborated on how to keep other kids away from thinking about suicide or severe depression. Ari and Haley then created the Arley Circle, a combination of both of their names. Haley has since moved on, but Ari remains determined to help save teen's lives.
One of the many things the Arley Circle does is immediately change the child's social online environment. This can include deleting all social media account and re-creating new ones with only the child's true friends, family, and the other kids in the Arley Circle. The new child coming into the circle will immediately have a circle of friends who were all in the same situation, who do not judge them, and who love them unconditionally.
Another goal of the Arley Circle is to have quarterly socials where all the kids come together and meet in person. This program is not currently in place due to a lack of funding, but we are working on it!Once Covid is gone and schools go back to normal operations, we plan to introduce our programs to different school districts.
To learn more about the Arley Circle, or to help in our cause, please reach out to Luis@WTFrs.com with the subject Arley Circle or simply fill out the Contact Us page below. If you have a child or are a child at risk, please rest assured, all our communication is strictly confidential and our Arley Circle friends identity are never shared without a parent's explicite permission.