• FLBikers Joins the Motorcycle Community & Veterans alike in mourning the tragic loss of 7 members of the Marine Jarheads Motorcycle Club

    The victims (clockwise from upper left): Michael Ferazzi, 62, of Contoocook, N.H.; Albert Mazza, 59, of Lee, N.H.; Daniel Pereira, 58, of Riverside, R.I.; Aaron Perry, 45, of Farmington, N.H.; Desma Oakes, 42, of Concord, N.H., Edward and Jo-Ann Corr, both 58, of Lakeville, Mass.(NEW HAMPSHIRE ATTORNEY GENERAL’S OFFICE)

    FLBikers would like to take this moment to pay tribute the Marine Jarheads Motorcycle Club and honor the members lost in this tight knit community. Our hearts mourn alongside yours; we came across this passage dedicated to fallen riders:

    “We’re many in number but we ride as one,
    With the pavement beneath us and our face in the sun
    With the wind at our backs and our gear all on,
    We ride in remembrance of those who have passed on.
    As the engines start up, and our rumble grows loud
    We ride for our brethren who can no longer be found
    The sunglasses we wear are to cover our tears
    Remembering those who ride that we’ve held so dear
    So let us ride to help make others aware
    That the roads that we ride are for all to share
    And to those not with us or by our side,
    May God be your partner on your final ride.”

    The motorcycle community has been shaken this weekend after the loss of 7 members of the Marine Jarheads Motorcycle Club in New Hampshire. A fiery collision occurred when a pickup truck hauling a trailer collided with a pack of 10 motorcyclists who were riding to a charity event, leaving 3 injured and 7 dead. The 23-year-old pickup truck driver was unharmed and further investigation into the crash continues as the motorcycle community attempts to pick up the pieces of the tragedy that has struck their lives.

    You can read more about the accident here:


    The Marine Jarheads MC has always been about helping veterans and their families and is a club consisting of active duty and honorably discharged Marines and FMF Corpsmen. A GoFundMe page has been set up for the victims and families of this tragic accident. Please take a moment to share and donate if you can.

    Visit the Marine Jarheads website here:




    Brothers Forever, Fallen But Not Forgotten.