Podcast-In this podcast episode I interview John Larson and his lovely wife Jossalyn Larson, who are both members of the Blue Daos Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club (LEMC). They have experience being in a LEMC club prior to assisting with the formation of the Blue Daos MC. From their past and current experiences they have some great insight into what makes a Law Abiding Biker Motorcycle Club work when membership is mixed with civilians and commissioned law enforcement. We talk about what the Blue Daos LEMC is all about, when it was founded, what the colors mean, the three piece patch, membership, officer positions, and so much more. John and Jossalyn are very involved with the law abiding biker community. Next we talk about the website that the Larson's recently got up and running called “Full Throttle Full Mag“. The website and blog are all about law abiding biker motorcycle clubs. You can write something about your law abiding biker club and send a picture of your colors, so you can be featured on their website if you like. There are also some great resources on the Full Throttle Full Mag website, such as […] what to expect when starting a new law abiding biker motorcycle club and free motorcycle club bylaw templates. The Larson's also own and operate Independence Embroidery, so if you need law abiding biker motorcycle club patches look them up. Next, I talk with John and Jossalyn Larson about a newly formed organization named “The Alliance” that they are very involved with. The Alliance is dedicated to bringing all law abiding biker (LAB) clubs together for communication purposes, intelligence sharing, and cross-club brotherhood. The Alliance is very new at this point, but things are moving forward. There is no website right now, but you can check out the FaceBook Page to learn more and get involved. Keep checking in, as they have plans to launch a website. To learn all about the Blue Daos LEMC, The Alliance, and Full Throttle Full Mag, you really must listen to this podcast episode. This episode of the Law Abiding Biker Motorcycle Podcast is absolutely packed with information that you will not want to miss! Keep the rubber side down and the shiny side up!