Welcome to the Widows Sons Grand Chapter Devon

Widows Sons is a worldwide association, all members belong to lodges recognised by the United Grand Lodge of England. 

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The Widows Sons Grand Chapter is part of a worldwide masonic association of motorcycle enthusiasts with membership made up of Master Masons from regular lodges recognised by the United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE) in all four corners of the globe. To become a member of the Widows Sons, you have to be a Master Mason, in good standing in a regular lodge recognised by UGLE, and must have a full motorcycle licence and ride a motorcycle.

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Widows Sons Devon

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We are not motorcycle brand specific, nor do we intend to speak for or represent any Masonic body. We simply share our passion for riding with all other Masons who ride, and raise money for charity while we do it. We are a social riding association, not a motorcycle club. Our name comes from certain aspects of our Fraternity, it is not intended to install fear or appear threatening in any way. We are not territorial and do not condone illegal activities by our members. We ask our members act in a way that will reflect well on our Association, our Fraternity and motorcycling in general. We have a badge comprised of a picture and the words, “Widows Sons”. We also wear a Square & Compass patch (as we are entitled to do as Masons) to denote our personal fraternal affiliation.

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This is not our ‘colours’; it is simply a common custom among members of our Fraternity to wear this symbol. We strive to be friends and on good terms with ALL other associations, clubs and riders we share the road with. We realise that wearing a patch is a serious matter and wear them appropriately. We understand there are groups that have been around for many years and we respect that. We realise we are able to enjoy many of our riding freedoms thanks to the many groups and riders that have been ‘in the wind’ before us. Our badge allows other groups to know who we are and where we are from. We wear the name of our Chapter and the St Petroc’s Cross flag in Devon simply to identify where we are from not to claim any territory. In an effort to make sure all groups understand our purpose we have contacted the NCOM and the COC to make them aware of our existence and our purpose. Our members are also individually, members of BMF, MAG, HOG, AMA and other similar motorcycling associations. We come from all walks of life, including veterans of our Armed Forces. For more information contact – devon@widowssonseng.uk

The Egg Run is back for 2023!

Easter Sunday come and join us down Davidstow Airfield, Cornwall for the 2023 Egg Run raising money for local children’s charities and donating easter eggs for the children!

Last year was the 25th annual edition of the Egg Run and raised a truly incredible £5000. The Egg Run has always been an amazing occasion getting bigger and better every year, this year won’t be any different.

Be sure to save the date Easter Sunday the 9th of April 2023, 10am meet at Davidstow Airfield. The ride will be leaving the airfield for a 60 mile route ending up at Bowden Derra for some live music food and refreshment!

A full Tank of fuel is vital

£5 entry per bike and please if you can, an easter egg donation.

Thank you all, we can’t wait to see you on the day for another amazing Run!

Faro Motorcycle Concentration 2023

The city of Faro hosts one of the largest concentrations of motorbikes of the entire world. More than 20,000 motorcyclists gather for a three-day event in Vale das Almas, an area of ​​around 400,000 square meters near Faro airport. The space also serves as a camping site where motorcyclists can stay overnight during the event.

The event features demonstrations of skills, talent contests, various performances and music concerts every night. At the end of the event, on Sunday morning, there is a parade in which all the motorcyclists strut their motorbikes through Faro. This is certainly an event that no real fan of motorcycles will want to miss.

The registration fee costs in the region of 45€ and entitles you to camp on site and to attend concerts every night, including an official t-shirt, medal, sticker, meals, and the chance to win a new bike or a week in Daytona.

A few of us are riding down through France, Spain and onto Faro for the 2023 event. If you would like to join us or ride with us then drop us an email: devon@widowssonseng.uk to get further information. If you see us there, by all means come and say hi.