About the FMCMC

The FM Crusaders Motorcycle Club was founded in 1967, making it the oldest motorcycle club in North Dakota.

The club was started to promote the sport of motorcycling and the joy of the open road. In the past, motorcycles were not as dependable as today’s machines, so it was advantageous to travel in groups in case of mechanical breakdowns.

Today, the FM Crusaders continue to help others through Charity and Fun Runs. We also sponsor an annual street dance in Sabin, Minnesota, and support many of the other area club’s functions and rides.

To join the FM Crusaders Motorcycle Club, please contact us, or visit with us at one of our events.

Contact Us

We welcome your questions about our motorcycle club or area events.

FM Crusaders Motorcycle Club
Box 9752
Fargo, ND 58106-9752

[email protected]

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4 months ago
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What awesome bikes!

Great bike show

Nice pictures

There’s a good amount of shovels and pans this year! Awesome!

Recognized Plummer in club group photo, didn’t see Thumper. Saw Herm in a photo. Was wondering if a retired brother was still around - “ Buzzard” or Wayne Wise. What has happened to the Aberdeen chapter? Thanks.

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4 months ago
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7 CommentsComment on Facebook

Thank you FM Crusaders MC, much respect to all of you. President Corner Stone Cyclist.

RIP Jeff 💙

Congratulations to my brothers on another successful bike show!

Was a good show guys. Congrats to the winners. Glad to see a wide variety and the clean old iron there as well.

I like to know from a judge how a 1977 Honda bike got 2nd place in classic beat out a 1964 pan head duo glide. Display number AA1.

Thanks for letting me enter. Next time I’ll bring more Vic’s…😉

Thank you for remembering.

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4 months ago
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We have been hard at work at getting bikeshow set up and CCRI—Creative Care for Reaching Independence has been also working there tails off getting those auction items put together and set up, so don't miss this show with our special guests Joe and Amanda Martin! Hope to see everyone help us make this a great show! ... See MoreSee Less

We have been hard at work at getting bikeshow set up and CCRI—Creative Care for Reaching Independence has been also working there tails off getting those auction items put together and set up, so dont miss this show with our special guests Joe and Amanda Martin! Hope to see everyone help us make this a great show!Image attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment

8 CommentsComment on Facebook

Can't wait!! Thanks for all you do!!

Looking great brothers 👏👏👏👏 see you all on Sunday

Thank you for a good show! See you on the roads

Love what you guys do for CCRI and other charities!!

Great show. Really enjoyed it yesterday.

I'll be there tomorrow I live in a CCRI group home

I guess I’m not included anymore even though I do have a patch. Retired after almost twenty years in the club, moved away to my wife’s and my dream home, never hear from anyone, and your face is forgotten. I always said five minutes after you retired everyone said, “Who?”

Michael Fraser where’s the YZ?

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4 months ago
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