Anthony Indrieri -US Marines Corp (Ret) Road Captain
Anthony “Rebel” Indrieri was born in Los Angeles and grew up in Fontana, CA, near Kaiser Steel. In high school he ran track and cross country, and played football, but was a bit of young trouble maker, with too much time on his hands, a young man with something to prove. He joined the Marines before he graduated high school when he was seventeen. Most of his family are Veterans and steel workers.
During his time of service, he served over 18 years both active and reserve within three branches of the military; primarily as an active duty Marine NCO. Rebel was as a squad leader attached to the Helo Co 1st Battalion 1st Marines (SOC). They conducted real world tactical recovery aircraft and personnel and humanitarian operations.In combat they were attached to Amtracs as mechanized Infantry During Desert Shield/Storm.
Rebel’s motorcycle riding started when he was in the Marines. Riding gave him back his sense of freedom and independence, uplifting his sense of self worth. He was drawn to motorcycles and his fellow Veterans by benefitting from the camaraderie and brotherhood of being on the road with one another. Rebel continues to feel the need to return such graces and bring more Veterans into the fold. Currently Rebel is the Sergeant-at-Arms (SAA) for the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association, 33-7 Chapter in California.
We are so lucky to have Rebel back again this year in the role of Road Captain. He and John led our group last year on what can only be described as our smoothest and safest ride yet. Rebel's intelligence and incredible sense of humor helps keep the group together and talking with each other.