The Low XII Riders Central Maine Chapter of the Widows Sons Masonic Riders Association (primarily Bangor and the surrounding area) welcomes you to our website. We’re a group of Master Masons who’ve banded together to more fully enjoy our hobby of motorcycle riding while emphasizing the tenets and principles of Freemasonry.
Time to get back to some Christmas cheer with the brethren. As there will not be a statewide party this year, let’s get together locally with some of our other local brother chapters, have some good food, drink and holiday cheer. Cash bar, D.J. and pub food included.
$50 per couple or $30 per single. RSVP ticket purchase required – space is limited. Tickets can be purchased by check to Sec. Flame (Jimmy Green) or the Low XII Paypal account from our website.
More to follow.
The Widows Sons Degree Team was honored to raise yet another Master Mason on Thursday, September 22, 2022. Coordinated by ‘Bad Pipes’ a/k/a Ernie Smith, a hearty group of Masonic Bikers watched and/or participated in the work of the evening at the Charleston Masonic Hall. While the degree work was fun, a GREAT brisket dinner was part of the draw as well.
Photos by Ed ‘Dad King’
When: Saturday September 10, 2022
Where: Belfast Masonic Lodge
Thanks to Bro. Gerry “Moxie” Knight, and the brothers at the Belfast Lodge, we will have breakfast sandwiches available before the ride at 8AM. Registration will also start at 8 with KSA at 10AM.
Our route will include a ride by at the Maine Veteran’s Home. That alone will make for an awesome day!!!
Along with the memory of Marvin, let’s honor our own brothers in this chapter that have passed, as well as most recently, Brother Wrench.
Weather permitting, let’s all plan to attend and participate in this event and show our brother chapters what it looks like to have all our active members ride/participate in this event. Look forward to seeing you all there!
Saturday, August 6, 2022
There were a bunch of Low XII Chapter members in the pictures below, but we never had a chance to have a separate group shot. Great event, hot day!
Think about joining with us if you’re a Mason who likes motorcycling. We are a great bunch and would love to have more Brothers to share the wind with.
Brother Tony Kennedy presents a check on behalf of of the Low XII Riders Chapter of the Widows Sons to the Widows & Orphans Food Pantry in Stetson. This is our second year of supporting this wonderful community organization founded by Brother Bill Rush, a well-known Mason throughout Maine. Best wishes to the food pantry.