My name is Al'Velus "Dark Knight" Sneed, I’m the President of the Aberdeen Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club. I’m a retired Veteran, the Post Commander of VFW Post 6054, the 5th District VFW Commander, the Worshipful Master of Chesapeake Lodge #48, and the Oriental Guide for Al Nas Temple 255. I've been riding for approximately 20+ years. I joined the Buffalo Soldier for what we do; WE RIDE....City to City…..State to State…..Coast to Coast; for what we Represent…Pride…Honor for the African American Soldier and Families that fought back in the 1800’s….and for what we Believe in Giving Back and Supporting our Communities!!!
My name is Ruanda "Onyx" Cooper. My name comes from the stone - Onyx. I enjoyed my first ride on the back of a Honda Goldwing and wanted to continue to have more wind therapy on my own ride. I joined the Aberdeen Long Coats to assist with the mission of educating the general public about the rich history of the 9th and 10th Calvary Buffalo Soilders through volunteering.
Neil "P-Cola" Washington
2014 Honda Goldwing
I'm originally from Pensacola FL, now living in Aberdeen MD by way of retiring from the US Army after 20 years of service. I joined the Aberdeen Buffalo Soldiers for all the positive reasons one can think of, such as brotherhood and sisterhood, community service, and fellowship. I have met a lot of great soldiers since joining the Buffalo Soldiers and plan on meeting a lot more as I ride throughout the frontiers.
Stephen "Black" Kelly Sr
2018 Yamaha Eluder
I am born and raised on the mean streets of Aberdeen MD. I served my country in the US Army in the signal corp as a telecom center operator. I am a true Ravens fan and Steelers hater. I joined the Buffalo Soldiers because I love what we stand for and everytime i put my colors on, I do with pride, representing the 9th and 10th Calvary Buffalo Soldiers. And if you don't know, you better ask somebody!
Status: Associate Member
Serves as Chapter Historian
Background: US Army veteran
Retired Federal Employee
Aaron "D6" Culver
2019 Harley Road Glide Ultra
I am a native of Brookhaven, MS. I am what you might consider a thoroughbred. Meaning, though I make Maryland my home, I am forever a Mississippi boy. I enlisted in the Army in 1975 and served for 30 consecutive years. I am a life member of the the USAWOA "The Quiet Professionals", life member of the Disabled American Veterans, and a life member of the Black Greek Fraternity, Kappa Alpha Psi.These organizations and the Greek Fraternity are wholeheartedly about serving the community, to which, is one of the reasons I seek the "Center Man". Soldiers are all about giving back. The other reason is that as a veteran, I stand on the shoulders of those African American Soldiers deemed "Buffalo Soldiers" and am proud to be affiliated with the NABSTMC.