Have you ever been traveling and thought, “Gee I don’t know anyone around here. Where is the best place to eat, stay, or get my bike worked on?” That’s what the Help-A-Knight program is for to maintain a database of Red Knights who are willing to accept telephone calls and help fellow Red Knights. Some of the help may be for information, or other options you may find help with would be if a Red Knight member can stay overnight, pitch a tent in a yard, or leave a bike at a fellow Red Knight’s house.
The Red Knights Help-a-Knight Directory is available on the Downloadable Files page where you will find a wealth of good information. Should you experience any issues downloading and opening the file, please be sure that you have the latest version of Adobe on your laptop/desktop.
You can also access the file by visiting the International website at www.redknightsmc.com on your smartphone or tablet and accessing Help A Knight under programs and clicking on the link in this paragraph to take you to the directory. You don’t have to print it out but you never know when you might not have a cell signal on an adventure! Be prepared!
We continually update the version that is available on the web page. If you would like to send in your information to be included in the “HAK” program or update your information, you can do so right now by clicking on this link to be redirected to the Help-A-Knight Online Application.
Let us know if you use the H-A-K program on the road and what stories you have about meeting up with your Red Knight brothers and sisters while on the road. We would love to hear your story to share with other Red Knights.
Do you have feedback or suggestions that might enhance the program? All feedback is welcome. The Red Knights have proven themselves over and over again to be a very large family. How can this program offered by the International help better the Red Knights family?
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Help-A-Knight coordinator via email.
Help A Knight Coordinator:
Amanda “Smooches” Roun
NJ 33 and 31