Brother, do you ride a motorcycle?

Then the Widows Sons Masonic Bikers Association (WSMBA) would like to hear from you!

The members of the Widows Sons of Great Britain invite all MASTER MASONS of good standing to join with other like-minded individuals for ride outs, Easter Egg runs, rallies, charitable fund raising and many other social events.

Membership criteria for full membership is to be a freemason in good standing, hold a full motorcycle licence and own a roadworthy bike that can keep up with the group rides. We have members throughout the country, and within the UK there are several Chapters serving their local Masonic communities.

For further Information, or to join, please email contact AT

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If you are interested in joining the Widows Sons, Or just interested in finding out more about what we do, and who we are, then please contact us.

Recent News

Talk at Rivacre Lodge

We would like to thank the members of Rivacre Lodge No 5805 in the Province of Cheshire for the very warm and friendly welcome they gave to several of our members who visited last night to give a talk on "The Widows Sons - Brotherhood Squared"And to honour our trip...

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A 3rd and a Patching (Hugh)

This evening one of our Bad Pennies was raised to the sublime degree of a Master Mason, after which he was then patched into the Widows Sons as a full member.It was a special night for Hugh, and several of our members came along to support him on his night....

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Talk at St. Asaph Lodge

At their last meeting. St. Asaph Lodge No 8034 had a talk on the Widows Sons Masonic Bikers Association by W.Bro Wayne Owens ProvGStwd.In appreciation of the talk the members of St. Asaph Lodge voted to donate the money from the Festive Board's raffle to a Charity of...

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Talk at Bala Lodge

Last night Bala Lodge No 1369, had an official visit from the Right Worshipful Provincial Grand Master of North Wales, the Provincial Team, and many visitors. The evenings entertainment was a talk on the Widows Sons (And the good we do) by Wayne Owens, Ten of our...

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