The Sons of Vikings MC was started by Military and Security Contract Veterans with numerous overseas tours in Afghanistan, Iraq and other NATO, UN, GWOT and conflict hotspots. The Warrior Spirit runs strong in the Sons of Vikings USA. We have served our country and our communities and have seen true adversity with sacrifice and true brotherhood that runs deep in our souls. Some of our brothers have never returned home and some that have, have never returned home to what they left behind.
SOV members are Military Veterans of all branches and Veterans of MC's. Most of our Founding members have been in the motorcycle lifestyle for over 30 years. Our Bottom rocker signifies where we are from, nothing more nothing less, we lay no claim to any territory, province or state. Our members come from all walks of life and professions but the common thread is we served proudly in the Military with some brothers still serving our great country. We do not involve ourselves in other clubs or their politics and we do not align ourselves with any group other than Veterans or Veterans MC's. We have served our country and all the people regardless of their affiliation or walk of life, within our various members countries to protect their freedoms. We support bikers and the biker community the best we can and are no threat to established and existing MC's.
We wear several patches on the front of our vest. The most prominent being our VFFV with a 22 above it. The 22 represents the letter V in the alphabet, for Veterans and Vikings. The 22 also represents the 22 veteran suicides daily, the battle is not always left behind when we come home. You will also see Sons of Vikings Patch Holders wearing a "Brothers In Arms" Rocker. This Rocker is only awarded to those brothers that have been deployed to active conflict areas.
We are part of a Viking World of Veterans from around the globe in countries such as Danmark, Germany, USA, Canada and the United Kingdom. If you are interested in us please contact us for further information, we look forward to hearing from you. For more questions about us please follow this link to our Frequently Asked Questions page.
"Kinsmen to kinsmen should be true.
~The Saga of Olaf Haraldsson, c.186"