Indiana SOLR

Members: 164
Latest Activity: Jun 19

Sons Of Liberty is a NON-violent, law abiding gathering of like minded Patriots. We stand united AGAINST ANY acts of violence or illegal activity The Sons of Liberty Riders does not endorse or tolerate radical, extreme, violent or racial postings. There are sites on the Internet where these beliefs are welcome; this is not one of them.

President- Sterling
Secretary-Sharon E.
Sergeant at arms- Bad Boy

Road Captain - 


To all  Indiana members if you find a county contact close to you but not in your county feel free to contact them.  We'll get together and talk about making more county contacts so this can be grassroots and build locally


District 1

Contact - Bob Cagle 219-973-4727 text only!


District 2

Miami County-  Mike Wilson 765-475-4906 text only!

District 3

Jay county-Tony Cline  260-729-3503

District 4

District 5

District 6

Hancock county- Smiley Courtney 859-489-7522


Wayne County-Bob Thomas 765-969-8464 text only!


Dearborn County- Sterling Ellis  President IN. SOLR


District 7

Marion County

District 8

Warrick county-

 Vanderburgh county-

Posey county-Gerald Houseknecht

812-205-6548 text only please.

District 9

Monroe county contact

Darrell Hunter  e-mail

812 361 4969 call or text

Indiana SOLR Facebook Page

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Discussion Forum

IN State Conference call 1 Reply

Started by Sharon"Spitfire" IN St Secretary. Last reply by Sharon"Spitfire" IN St Secretary Mar 7, 2017.

IN State Conference call 4 Replies

Started by Sharon"Spitfire" IN St Secretary. Last reply by Sharon"Spitfire" IN St Secretary Jan 11, 2017.

How to earn, your SOLR, logo (Back patch) 2 Replies

Started by Sterling Ellis Pres. IN.. Last reply by Sterling Ellis Pres. IN. Dec 12, 2016.

March conference call. 4 Replies

Started by Greg Witter - Indiana VP. Last reply by Greg Witter - Indiana VP Mar 7, 2016.

IN State Conference call 2 Replies

Started by Sharon"Spitfire" IN St Secretary. Last reply by Sterling Ellis Pres. IN. Sep 16, 2015.

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Comment by Sharon"Spitfire" IN St Secretary on June 19, 2019 at 4:38am

I know Badboy, it has been very quite.  That is all states.  Not much chit chat anymore.  How are you doing?

Comment by Bob Thomas(BadBoy)IN Sgt @ Arms on June 19, 2019 at 12:03am

Hello!! Anybody here?

Comment by Sharon"Spitfire" IN St Secretary on September 8, 2018 at 9:12pm

If I could get Sterling to have a conference call that would be great.  Let me try and see what can be done.  I miss everybody so bad.  Can't wait to see your trike.

Comment by Bob Thomas(BadBoy)IN Sgt @ Arms on September 8, 2018 at 6:12pm

 Are we still functioning? I'm thinking of getting a trike (with a roll cage.)

Comment by Sharon"Spitfire" IN St Secretary on January 14, 2018 at 11:48am

This will be good for Indiana. Click on the links below for more information on each bill. Call your senators and congressmen and tell them to vote yes on the issues.

Indiana: Gun Bills Filed

With the 2018 Indiana legislative session underway, a number of bills affecting your Second Amendment and hunting rights have been filed.
Senate Bill 20, introduced by state Senator Jim Tomes (R-49), will ensure that rifle hunting with pistol caliber cartridges is protected throughout Indiana.
Senate Bill 33, introduced by state Senators Jack Sandlin (R-36) and Tomes, will allow an individual who may legally possess a firearm to do so on school property if the person is an employee of, a volunteer of, or attending religious services at a house of worship that is located on the school grounds.
Senate Bill 198, introduced by state Senator Blake Doriot (R-12), will allow nonresident disabled veterans to obtain an in-state hunting and fishing license for use at specific veteran events.
Senate Bill 216, introduced by state Senators Sandlin and Tomes, will remove certain gun-free zones, improving the ability of law-abiding adults to defend themselves and their loved ones in public.
Senate Bill 237, introduced by state Senator Rodric Bray (R-37), will extend the duration of concealed carry licenses to five years.
Senate Bill 429, introduced by state Senator Bray, will remove a provision requiring applicants to pay an application fee in order to obtain a four year license to carry a handgun.
House Bill 1022, introduced by state Representative Jim Lucas (R-69), will allow a law-abiding adult to carry a handgun without first having to obtain a license

Comment by Sterling Ellis Pres. IN. on January 7, 2018 at 4:26pm

RIP Doyle!

Comment by Sharon"Spitfire" IN St Secretary on January 7, 2018 at 4:20pm

I just heard that our Dear Brother, Doyle (Rick) Pritchard, has just passed on to be with Jesus. Services Pending.

Comment by Sharon"Spitfire" IN St Secretary on January 7, 2018 at 11:18am

Please keep Doyle Pritchard and family in your prayers.  He is back in the hospital and the Doc doesn't think that he is going to make. It seems as if his organs are shutting down. He is a Tennessee SOLR

Comment by Sharon"Spitfire" IN St Secretary on September 19, 2017 at 6:07pm

Fred, I will see what I can do about getting a meeting set up.  Sterling hasn't been feeling well, so that is one reason why there is no meeting.  Plus other reason.  But let me see what I can do about getting a meeting.  It will probably be a conference call.  We are booked up for the next two Saturday.  Now if anybody else would like to meet up with Fred, speak up.  You guys can get together.

Comment by Fred Ballowe on September 19, 2017 at 12:50pm

Being a member new to Indiana state group, I'm hoping there will be a September meeting.  Like to ride and want to meet all.


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New Members please read

If you are NEW to SOLR:

  1. Join your state page,scroll down. Click on the name of your state and "JOIN".
  2. Contact the State President or leader.  NOT ALL STATES HAVE ONE.  If you are in a state that doesn't have leadership, get involved and try and reach out to the other members on the page.  Find another person who can help you get something going....then get involved.
  3. Read the by-laws, participate in the chat, reply to articles, and learn the ropes of how the site works.
  4. If you have a question post it in the chat room.  Someone should be able to answer it for you there.  If not contact your state leader or post it as a Discussion.
  5. Have fun and get involved politically!  While we are mostly "riders" many are not and our mission is POLITICAL 1st.....

We do have shirts available.

Back Logos are only available through your State President.....they will explain...and work with new members on "how" you go about getting one.

Acta Non Verba,

Sidecar Dan-National President



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