The San Jacinto High Rollers Motorcycle Club was established 1957 in Pasadena TX.
Today there are 15 chapters located in and around the Houston Texas area. In 2014 we were awarded club of the year by American Motorcycle Association.
The San Jacinto High Rollers have 4 fundamental purposes:
Brotherhood: One of the biggest advantage of being a High Roller is the opportunity it brings for forming new friendships and Creating a true Biker Brotherhood.
Ride Motorcycles – A common bond between High Roller Members is our love for motorcycles. Membership in the High Rollers provides relationships with a diverse group of people who like to ride and raise money for children.
Charity: Our clubs main charity is the Texas Lions Camp but most every San Jacinto High Roller chapter raises money for one charity or another. Hardin chapter has chosen to raise money to benefit foster kids in Liberty & Chambers Counties Through the Liberty County Child Welfare Board.
Rides: Our Chapters take rides nearly every weekend to an event or gathering of some kind. If there is not an “organized” ride or event, you can usually find us just riding around together and just enjoying the road.