Anyone who “rides” knows that motorcycling is more than just a means of transportation − it’s a way of life. The Royal Canadian Legion is proud to have its very own Legion Riders.
Beyond enjoying the ride together, Legion Riders generate awareness of the Legion, strengthen support for Veterans, RCMP members and their families, and engage Canadians in community service and fundraising. By wearing the Legion Riders crest, Legion Riders show their pride in the Legion and help promote all that the Legion stands for.
Become a Legion Rider
Whether you are new to riding or a tail gunner, members who share a passion for the road are encouraged to join the Legion Riders. The Legion Riders offers a great opportunity for our members to support their community while enjoying their love of motorcycling.
Any Legion Member may join Legion Riders. If you are not a member, join the Legion today!
To become an official Legion Rider, register and log in to the Legion’s Member Services Website. Once logged in, click on ‘Member Programs’ and sign up to be a Legion Rider.
For more information about Legion Riders, contact your regional Legion Riders coordinator:
- LegionRidersWest@legion.ca for residents of British Columbia, Yukon, Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba
- LegionRidersEast@legion.ca for residents of Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland and Labrador
National Memorial Ride
The National Memorial Ride (NMR) is an annual commemorative event
that brings together motorcycle enthusiasts and supporters to remember
and commemorate Canada’s Fallen Veterans at the National Military Cemetery at Beechwood Cemetery.
Held annually in June, riders join a motorcycle procession through
Ottawa to the National Military Cemetery where they participate in a
Service of Remembrance and wreath laying ceremony to commemorate
Canada’s Fallen military servicemen and women.
National Memorial Ride
Legion partnership with Ride For Dad
The Legion is a proud partner of Ride For Dad, a non-profit organization that combines the love of motorcycles with a commitment to supporting prostate cancer research and raising public awareness of the disease. As Legion members, we are committed to supporting the health of Veterans, and making contributions to our communities. By partnering with Ride For Dad, the Legion supports men’s health and contributes to a cause important to many of our Veterans, our members and our local communities.
Ride For Dad