The Flying Aces motorcycle club was founded in 1953, but records date back into the forties of the clubs existence in the Hazleton area.
As soldiers returned home from the war, they were in search of the camaraderie and brotherhood bond they shared while they served . The search would soon become a reality as these men would form the Club we know and love today.
The members decided the club colors would be Black And White. And the Aces cards with wings would be the"patch".
The old boarded up school house was purchased by members at a tax sale (era 1950). It has undergone many stages of repairs throughout the years, most recently a brand new kitchen and bar area.
Members would try to retain the historic look to the outside structure, and still ring the old schoolhouse bell on special occasions.
Flying Aces hold and attend various charities and motorcycle related events in the Eastern Pennsylvania area and sometimes beyond. ”We are Not” a one percent club. “We are Not” a support club. “Nor do we get mixed up in other clubs politics.” We are the Flying Aces Motorcycle Club. And we are dug deep into these Pennsylvania mountains.
We love to ride our bikes, and hold various "club only" runs. Flying Aces are always ready to help out the local community and the people that live here.
All of Our members earn their patches . Nothing is given or bought off the internet. Our club motto is
"Give respect, Get respect."
If you think you got what it takes to be a Flying Ace, stop by the club or find a member and ask them .