The White Dragon
Various accounts of the times record many battles between armies carrying the Celtic British Red Dragon Banner (now the Welsh Dragon) and the White Dragon Flag of the Saxons, Angles and Jutes (the English Dragon). The White Dragon continued to be carried up until Harold and the battle of Hastings.
"The Club name Wyrm Ryders means Dragon Rider in old English"
The St George Cross
The banner of St George, the red cross of a martyr on a white background, was adopted for the uniform of English soldiers possibly in the reign of Richard 1, and later became the flag of England and the White Ensign of the Royal Navy. During Edward's III campaigns in France in 1345-49, pennants bearing the red cross on a white background were ordered for the King's ship and uniforms in the same style for the men at arms. When Richard II invaded Scotland in 1385, every man was ordered to wear 'a sign of the arms of St George', both before and behind, whilst death was threatened against any of the enemy's soldiers 'who do bear the same crosse or token of Saint George, even if they be prisoners'.
The Ouroboros or Uroborus
A symbol of self renewal / immortality
The Ouroboros or Uroborus is an ancient symbol depicting a serpent or dragon eating its own tail.
The Ouroboros often represents self-reflexivity or cyclicality, especially in the sense of something constantly re-creating itself, the eternal return, and other things perceived as cycles that begin anew as soon as they end (compare with phoenix). It can also represent the idea of primordial unity related to something existing in or persisting from the beginning with such force or qualities it cannot be extinguished.
The Wyrm Ryders Brotherhood Washington
"We will not die on our knees nor pray to any god or man on our knees for we are men of the North, brothers in arms"