Currently Texas has two chapters chartered out of Houston. Our members primarily ride cruiser style motorcycles and are well experienced riders. Potential members need to be the same.  We are a close-knit and cohesive group. 

Anyone interested in getting to know us, riding with us, or becoming a member should look for us at the COC meetings, at various community events on any given weekend, or, failing that, please use the contact us form.

Sisters Eternal, Eternal Sisters

We are active members in the Texas Confederation of Clubs and Independents, U.S. Defenders and previously active in TMRA2 (until dissolved). We attend various regional and nationwide motorcyclist rights and information exchange events such as National Coalition of Motorcyclists (NCOM), Legislative Day, state rallies and support Texas ABATE efforts. We answer Calls to Action and safety and awareness of riders is of utmost importance to us.

Riding, whether short trips or long hauls, is definitely our passion! Any opportunity to ride and the likelihood we will take it is high. We welcome others to join us for non-closed rides. We ride along with our riding club sisters and brothers, as well as other motorcycle clubs. We take several trips each year to desired riding areas such as Sturgis, SD, Eureka Springs, AK, Red River, NM, Daytona Beach, FL as well as day or weekend trips to parts of Oklahoma, Louisiana, and of course all over our great state, Texas. 

Sisters Eternal WMC not only enjoys giving back to the community but also raising awareness for the Alzheimer’s Association. We support the Alzheimer’s Association’s efforts in advanced research to end Alzheimer’s and dementia while enhancing care for those living with the disease. Sisters Eternal WMC is joining others around the world while doing what we love to honor people living with Alzheimer's, their caregivers, and those lost to the disease, while raising funds and awareness to advance the care, support and research efforts of the Alzheimer’s Association.

The original Adopt-a-Highway program began right here in Texas in 1985. Since then, it’s grown into a nationally and internationally recognized litter-prevention effort, saving taxpayers’ dollars and keeping our rights of way clean.

Adopt-a-Highway currently has more than 3,800 participating groups across the state, and we salute those thousands of individuals who dedicate their time to actively make a difference and keep Texas beautiful.

Sisters Eternal WMC - Texas patch holders are proud to be volunteers making an effort to keep this Texas-born program going strong. Sisters Eternal WMC - Texas currently supports FM 2977: starting at FM 762 to 2/10 mile south of Ricefield Road.