The Story

The Los Carnales MC was founded in 1995 by a small group of riders led by Mondel A. D. Martin (Mad Dog), who became its founding president. The Los Carnales MC members slowly grew with the addition of other good members from the law enforcement community who also rode and owned Harley Davidson style American made V-twin motorcycles. Los Carnales members are all active-duty or retired, fully certified, weapon-carrying officers of the law from many jurisdictions. Lawmen with many other City, County, State, and Federal agencies now proudly fly the Colors of the Los Carnales MC. The name Los Carnales means “The Brotherhood”.

The Los Carnales MC quickly established itself as more than just another “Cop-Club” and attracted a strong group of civilian biker family members and friends who rode with the LCMC on a regular basis. Thus was born La Familia MC, which means ”The Family” of the Los Carnales MC. The LFMC was founded in 1997, with Charlie "Old Man Charlie" Linton as its founding president. Both Mad Dog and Old Man Charlie have passed on, however the legacy they have left shows they have truely made their mark on this world.

The LCLF Nation is well known for its participation in the community and its support and sponsorship of local and national charities. The Nation is, of course, especially visible in its committment to organizations and benefits for the families of downed and deceased law enforcement officers. To date, since the inception of the LCLF Nation, over $1-million has been raised for charities and beneftis. It tells something of what's inside the heart of an organization that comes out so generously and strongly in support of good causes.