American Legion 
Carl S. Martin  Post 635  Normal, Il. 
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108 ½ North Street / PO Box 402,  61761-0402
Phone: 309-452-1671
Email: info@post635.com

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The American Legion Riders

We are part of Post 635, so you must be a member of Post 635 to join. We are Legionnaires who ride motorcycles or just love being around them. There are many opportunities to join other Posts to ride for a cause. Let us know if you have a fun place to visit on the bikes.

We do fund raisers while having a great time. We also join the Patriot Guard Riders in many of their functions. On some of these rides we have police escorts and ride with buses filled with Military Units returning home or being deployed. It’s a proud feeling.

Some rides are short; half day trip, and others are long; more than a day trip. Your choice.  We also ride in parades like Memorial Day and ISU Homecoming Parades. We don't always need a reason, we just like to ride!

Come see what we are about and join us on our next ride.  We meet the same time as our regular American Legion meetings: 2nd and 4th Thursday each month at 7:00PM. See our Home page for address.​

Click the following link to view the Illinois American Legion Riders website:  www.illegionriders.org

2016 American Legion Legacy Run was in Aug.  Started in Indianapolis and ended in Cincinnati. Riding through Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, and Ohio. 1300 miles. Past Commander John Schroder represented Post 635 in this long ride. 

Riding has been tough this year. Extreme hot, lots of rain. This fall will be better!!
2011 Memorial Day Parade
Jim Nagel, Greg Struve, Roy Hanks, and Clarence Mitchell.
MD Ride 30 Jun 2012
Tommy Kiper riding for a 
cause Sat 28 Sept, 2013.
John Schroder and Greg Struve rode to fund a program to help children so they don't become a victim like Destiny; a child that was sexually and physically abused and killed by her father. We started at VFW 454 in Bloomington, rode to Destiny's burial site for a service, then to LeRoy, and back to Bloomington. The weather was perfect.