San Jacinto High Rollers

Hardin Chapter

About Us

Club information

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 takes 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.

Texas Lions Camp is a residential camping facility for children with physical disabilities, type 1 diabetes and cancer. The Camp is located on over 500 acres in the beautiful Texas Hill Country, and is designed to introduce the "Can Do" philosophy to children dealing with special medical conditions.


Children with special needs from all over the State of Texas are invited to attend one of 9 weeks, which we hope will become one of their life-long childhood memories. A week designed for fun, exploration and challenge.


The primary purpose of the Camp is to provide, without charge, a camp for physically disabled, hearing/vision impaired, and diabetic children from the State of Texas, regardless of race, religion, or national origin. Our goal is to provide an atmosphere wherein campers will learn the "Can Do" philosophy and be allowed to achieve maximum personal growth and self-esteem.

Liberty County Child Welfare Board President Cyndie Abshire, along with the officers and members, urge residents to become active partners in efforts to prevent child abuse and strengthen families.  Learn the signs of child abuse and report your concerns to the Texas Abuse and Neglect Hotline at 1-800-252-5400 or online at TxAbuseHotline.org.  Every child deserves to live in a happy, abuse-free home. But sometimes, that is not the case. Child Protective Services (CPS) investigated more than 34,678 allegations of child abuse or neglect in the Greater Houston region last year. 34 children died at the hands of a parent or other caregiver. 9,629 children were victims of abuse or neglect, and more than 2,460 had to be removed from their homes for their own protection. Most child abuse victims are between the ages of 0-3 years old. 

 There are approximately 174 foster children from Liberty County and approximately 60 foster children from Chambers County.  Abshire stated, “It is the vision of the board to insure that all children can live knowing that they are loved, important, and safe.  With the help from donations in our community the board can introduce newfound hope into the lives of children who have faced many challenges in their lifetimes.”