Our Family - Leaders

William "Mr.J" Johnson

Born on May 9, 1944 in Orangeburg, S.C. to the late Joshua and Lula Johnson. Educated in Orangeburg, S.C. Public School System.   Drafted into the US Army on October 12, 1967, serve in the Vietnam War 1968, where I was wounded thereby earning a Purple Heart. After returning to the US went on to serve in the US Army for 24 years retiring on October 31, 1991. Since retiring I have been worked as a Department of Defense Civilian.    Riding since 1974 without accidents MR. J "lives to ride and rides to live

Iron Horse: Honda Goldwing Low Dollar Ride / Harley Classic High Dollar Ride



Anor "Chief" Burnside  
1st Vice President

I was born in Laurens, South Carolina and retired from the Army after serving on active duty for over 34 years with multiple combat deployments to Afghanistan, Iraq, Kuwait, and Qatar. 

I became a Probe May 2012, and a Full Patch member on November 2012.  I have served as club Troop Leader, Pony Express Chairperson, and currently the club Vice President.

I enjoying riding, and the camaraderie of my fellow Soldiers and Troopers throughout the National Association of Buffalo Soldiers and Troopers Motorcycle Club.  




William "Soulman" Judd
2nd Vice President

I was born June 23, 1952, to the late Henrietta and George Judd Jr., in Chatham County, but I raised in Lee County. I attended Lee Elementary School, W. B. Wicker High School and Deep River High School were I graduated in 1970.

In January 1971 I joined the U.S. Air Force with basic training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio Texas. After basic training my duty stations were Barksdale Air Force Base, Shreveport LA, Utapao, Thailand and Maelstrom Air Force Base, Great Falls Montana, where I received an Honorable Discharge in August 1973.

I was called into the Ministry August 1, 1976, were I served as Pastor in the A. M. E. Zion Church for 27 years. While serving as a A.M.E. Zion Pastor, Judd Ministries Inc. (JMI) was founded in July 1995. JMI Worship Center is located in Clayton NC.

October 2010 I became a Probe with the Louisburg BSMC (now Raleigh), and became a Full Patch on March 5, 2011. Ninety percent of my miles was with the Fayetteville BSMC Mother for my Full Patch. While in the Louisburg Chapter I served as Chaplin and Vice President and resigned in 2012. During my absence from the Buffalo Soldier Nation, I missed the fellowship and riding. I requested to be reinstated, and The Fayetteville BSMC Mother Chapter reinstated me August 2014.

If you are looking for a strong, respected club and love to ride all year, the Fayetteville BSMC Mother Chapter is the place to be.

I "make it do what I do" on Black Pearl my 2015 Goldwing


Donald "Brick" Gardner

Don “Brickus” Gardner; Born and raised in Washington DC.  US Army retired.  

Iron Horse: Vulcan Classic 1600



Lloyd "Renegade" Evans

I was born in Fayetteville N.C. 11 Apr  1962  I was born to the late Marion and Charles Evans both from Upper East Tennessee I am retired from the U.S Army. I am a graduate of Fayetteville State University with a B.S degree in criminal justice. I became a member of the Fayetteville chapter BSMC in 2017. I enjoy the brother and sister hood that we share being a part of this great organization and what it stands for.

My Iron horse a.k.a (charlie horse ) is a Goldwing trike. Be blessed and ride safe.



Louis "Mailman" Sutton
Financial Secretary

Born 21 September 1949 in Kinston, N. C...  Attended Frank High School, La Grange, N. C... Joined the United States Air Force March, 1969 and retired in June 1991.  Married to Tereather A. Williams of Goldsboro, N. C.  My children are Takishia, Dimitri, and Jasmine.  I was employed with the U. S. Postal Service from Dec. 1994 until Dec. 2010.


Jerry "Burnout" Thompson

Born to Willie and Amanda Thompson in Bladenboro, NC.  I have 3 siblings all sisters.  Graduated from West Columbus High School in 1976 and later attended Southeastern Community College where I received my Electrical Maintenance and Insulation Certificate.  In 1992 I obtained my Unlimited Electrical License which was a goal of mine.  I work independently as a licensed Electrician along with being employed by Goodyear for over ten years.  I’m married to Grace Johnson – Thompson from Lumberton, NC and we have one son who attends West Bladen High School.  I attend Faith Tabernacle Christian Center in St. Pauls, NC, where I serve as a musician and a deacon.  I enjoy fishing, hunting, playing my bass guitar and I love bike riding.

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