The Kaotic Angels law enforcement motorcycle club (LEMC) are a group of motorcycle enthusiasts set up two years ago in the UK. The original group was set up in Texas in the USA five years ago, so they are truly an international organization.

In the UK, the Kaotic Angels are based in Stevenage, Herts, and is made up of ex-military veterans, serving and ex-police officers, medics, and firefighters. Their national vice president is Chevalier Doug Bainbridge KStG. All their members are volunteers who share a love of motorcycling and came together at the beginning of the pandemic to provide support to the community and those who are less fortunate. or suffering from loneliness, hunger, and mental health issues – with a particular interest in veterans with PTSD.

The Kaotic Angels have developed an enviable reputation for helping community with a food bank, and a gardening club to help keep the community a nicer and safer place. They support survivors of domestic abuse with weekly distributions of fresh fruit and vegetables, toys and clothing, provide hot prepared meals to Royal British Legion veterans, and are partnered with the citizens advice bureau.

Other supporters have pledged free CPR training for anyone who wants to attend, defibrillator training they have an optician who will give up his time to give free eye tests and free modular glasses to people living on the street. A local caterer who will cook and prepare food free of charge. Half the guys are highly trained medical personnel and a team of ready local volunteers ready to help when called upon. 

Apart from being veterans are two of their members are leaders in the cadet forces one is a Sea Cadet petty officer instructor, and another is a sergeant instructor with the Army cadets, both guys giving upstanding training to the young members of society with military training confidence respect and fortitude to progress in life as good people.

The UK Nomads are truly making a difference within their local communities. They have fed nearly 150,000 vulnerable people within their communities since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. They assist local schools and community groups and stand ready to assist their communities whenever and however they can.

We’re delighted to have forged links with these modern Knights of the Road!