FIRE&IRON   133

ABOUT
Fire & Iron Motorcycle Club's membership is made up of firefighters and others who are associated with the fire service who love to ride and are committed to the Brotherhood that being in a MC and being a firefighter means. Members are comprised of active and retired full-time/career, paid-on-call or volunteer firefighters. In addition to firefighters, we welcome dispatchers, mechanics or inspectors who work in direct support of the fire service. 
 
Members of the club not only share a passion for protecting the lives and property of the citizens of their communities, but also for each other and the open road. The club takes great pride in its efforts to support various charities and other rides. 
 
Fire & Iron MC is a 100% NEUTRAL club. We claim no territory, and ride with and show respect to ALL clubs and expect the same in return. WE ARE NOT A "1%" CLUB, and don't pretend to be. So if that is what you are looking for, then we are not the club for you. The club has over 140 "Stations", as our chapters are known, throughout the United States, Germany and Canada. The club members ride 1000's of miles each year, criss-crossing the country in support of our other Stations and members rides and events. 
 
If you are serious about being in the BEST DAMN FIREFIGHTERS MOTORCYCLE CLUB IN THE COUNTRY, then use the Contact link above and let us know. Our club is divided into 8 regions which are overseen by a Regional Officer and international stations which are overseen directly by the National Executive Board.
Fire & Iron Station 133 was established in 2013 . We are a proud member of Region 3 which covers Indiana, Kentucky, Western Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania,  and West Virginia. While most of our members reside between Cincinnati and Dayton (Miami Valley, OH) we welcome any one who resides in the tri-state area. 
Overkill & Juce
Overkill & Juce live in Oxford, Ohio along with their 4 children, 2 dogs, and several cats. Overkill has been in the fire service for 19 years as a 3rd generation volunteer, spending his days in the computer field, and is President of Station 133. His wife Juce works as a substitute teacher and is Station 133's Secretary. They both joined Fire & Iron in 2015.
Lucky
Lucky lives in Fairfield, Ohio with his wife and their 4 children. He has been in the fire service for 13 years as a part-time Firefighter/Paramedic and spends his days working in the computer field. He joined Fire & Iron in 2015 and is Station 133's Vice President.
PIWI & Spring-A-Ling
PIWI & Spring-A-Ling live in Hamilton, Ohio along with their 2 dogs. PIWI has been in the volunteer fire service for 18 years and spends his days as an auto mechanic. He joined Fire & Iron in 2010 and is Station 133's Sergeant-at-Arms. His wife Spring-A-Ling works as a data entry processor and is Station 133's Treasurer.
NEWS
2019 Charity Ride
Members of Station 133 met with the Parachute Butler County CASA board members on June 24, 2019 to present them a check for $4500! Thank you to all who came out and supported our benefit ride! Thank you to all our generous sponsors and those who donated items to our event!
2019 Fireman's Ball
Station 133 held our first annual Fireman's Ball on February 16, 2019 at the Receptions Event Center in Fairfield, Ohio. We had a great turnout and a good time was had by all. Mark your calendars for February 15, 2020 to attend our second annual Fireman's Ball.
2020 Charity Ride
Join us on Saturday, June 6, 2020 as we once again team up with Parachute Butler County CASA as we ride to stop child abuse.  Mark your calendars and come on out and ride for a great cause!
CONTACT
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