List of outlaw motorcycle clubs

The following is an alphabetical list of notable outlaw motorcycle clubs, including current, defunct, or historic. Clubs on this list do not necessarily meet Wikipedia's criteria for having their own separate article, but they should have citations demonstrating notability beyond just having a web site.

Category:Outlaw motorcycle clubs and the Outlaw Motorcycle Club template (bottom of this page) shows all the outlaw clubs that have their own Wikipedia articles.

Name Year founded Location founded Official Site Citation
Bandidos 1966 San Leon, Texas, United States [1] [citation needed]
Blue Angels 1963 Glasgow, Scotland [2] [citation needed]
The Breed 1968 Jersey City, New Jersey, United States ? [3]
Brother Speed 1969 Boise, Idaho, United States [4] [citation needed]
Chosen Few 1959 Los Angeles, California, United States [5] [6][7]
Coffin Cheaters 1970 Perth, Western Australia, Australia ? [8]
Comanchero 1973 Sydney, New South Wales, Australia [9] [citation needed]
Devils Diciples 1967 Fontana, California, United States [10] [citation needed]
Diablos 1961 San Bernardino, California, United States [11] [citation needed]
The Finks 1970s Adelaide, South Australia, Australia [12] [citation needed]
Free Souls 1968 Eugene, Oregon, United States [13] [citation needed]
Galloping Goose Motorcycle Club 1942 Los Angeles, California, United States [14] [15][16]
Grim Reapers 1958 Alberta, Canada [17] [citation needed]
Gypsy Joker Motorcycle Club 1956 San Francisco, California, United States [18] [19]
Hangmen Motorcycle Club 1960 Richmond, California, United States [20] [21][22][23][24]
Hells Angels 1948 Fontana, California, United States [25] [citation needed]
Hell's Lovers 1967 Chicago, Illinois, United States [26] [citation needed]
Hessians MC 1968 Costa Mesa, California, United States [27] [28]
Highwaymen 1954 Detroit, Michigan, United States [29] [citation needed]
Invaders 1965 Gary, Indiana, United States [30] [31]
Iron Horsemen 1980 Charles County, Maryland, United States ? [citation needed]
Jus Brothers 1990 San Joaquin County, California, United States [32] [33][34]
Lone Legion ? Blenheim, New Zealand [35] [citation needed]
Lost Breed 1976 Nelson, New Zealand [36] [citation needed]
Market Street Commandos 1940s San Francisco, California, United States ? [citation needed]
Mongols 1969 Montebello, California, United States [37] [citation needed]
Notorious 2007 Sydney, New South Wales, Australia [38] [citation needed]
Outlaws 1935 McCook, Illinois, United States [39] [citation needed]
Pagans 1959 Prince George's County, Maryland, United States [40] [citation needed]
Peckerwoods MC 1999 Santee, California, United States [41] [42]
Pissed Off Bastards of Bloomington 1945 Bloomington, California, United States [43] [citation needed]
Rebels Motorcycle Club 1969 Brisbane, Queensland, Australia [44] [citation needed]
Rebels Motorcycle Club 1968 Red Deer, Alberta, Canada [45] [46]
Rockers 1992 Montreal, Quebec, Canada ? [citation needed]
Rock Machine 1980s Montreal, Quebec, Canada [47] [48]
Road Knights ? New Zealand [49] [citation needed]
Satan's Soldiers 1980 Bronx, New York, New Jersey, United States, Australia [50] [51][52][53][54]
Solo Angeles 1959 Tijuana, Mexico ? [citation needed]
Sons of Silence 1966 Niwot, Colorado, United States [55] [citation needed]
Vagos 1965 Temescal Valley, California, United States ? [citation needed]
Warlocks 1967 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States ? [citation needed]
Warlocks 1967 Orlando, Florida, United States [56] [citation needed]
Wheels of Soul 1967 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States [57] [58]


See also

  • Bōsōzoku
  • List of criminal enterprises, gangs and syndicates

Notes

  1. ^ Bandidos official site
  2. ^ Blue Angels official site
  3. ^ Information on The Breed
  4. ^ Brother Speed official site
  5. ^ http://www.chosenfewmc.org/
  6. ^ Zimmerman, Tobie Gene (2004), Soul on bikes: the East Bay Dragons MC and the Black biker set, MotorBooks International, p. 199, ISBN 076031747X, 
  7. ^ Simmons, Ann (14 July 2011). "Chosen Few motorcycle gang is targeted in crackdown". Los Angeles Times. http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2011/07/chosen-few-motorcycle-gang-targeted.html. Retrieved 14 July 2011. 
  8. ^ http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/bikie-gangs-run-nightclub-drug-scene/story-e6frf33l-1111113215431
  9. ^ Comanchero official site
  10. ^ Devils Deciples official site
  11. ^ Information on Diablos
  12. ^ Information on The Finks
  13. ^ Free Souls official site
  14. ^ Galloping Goose MC Home Page
  15. ^ Mallory, Stephen L. (2007), Understanding Organized Crime; Criminal justice illuminated, Jones & Bartlett Publishers, p. 160, ISBN 0763741086 
  16. ^ Garson, Paul (2006), "Hollister, Roswell, and a Brave New Bro's World—1947", in Davidson, Jean; Thompson, Hunter S., The Harley-Davidson Reader, MotorBooks/MBI Publishing Company, pp. 129–134, ISBN 076032591X 
  17. ^ Information on Grim Reapers
  18. ^ http://www.gypsyjokerworld.com/
  19. ^ Veno, Arthur (2003), The Brotherhoods, Allen & Unwin, pp. 76 ff, ISBN 1741141370, 9781741141375, http://books.google.com/?id=vRB22lggkqoC&pg=PA76 
  20. ^ Hangmen Official Site
  21. ^ Biker: Truth and Myth: How the Original Cowboy of the Road Became the Easy. Bill Osgerby. [1]
  22. ^ [2]
  23. ^ [3]
  24. ^ [4]
  25. ^ Hells Angels official site
  26. ^ Claim Jumper's site
  27. ^ [5]
  28. ^ http://articles.latimes.com/1994-09-10/local/me-36697_1_federal-agent
  29. ^ Highwaymen official site
  30. ^ http://www.invadersmcnation.com/northindiana.html
  31. ^ http://www.journalgazette.net/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080627/NEWS07/646669789
  32. ^ http://www.jusbrothersmc.com
  33. ^ "Jurors return final verdicts for two bikers", The Record (Stockton, California), 1 July 2010, http://www.recordnet.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20060701/NEWS01/607010320/1001, retrieved 2010-09-10 
  34. ^ Smith, Scott (August 10, 2010), Judge wants one retrial, not two, McClatchy - Tribune Business News, http://www.recordnet.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20100807/A_NEWS/8070325, retrieved 2010-09-10 
  35. ^ "Gangs of Marlborough Gangs of Marlborough". The Marlborough Express. 16 April 2008. http://www.stuff.co.nz/marlborough-express/features/focus/369869. Retrieved 15 October 2011. 
  36. ^ Phillips, Vanessa (18 April 2009). "Sympathy for the Devils". The Nelson Mail. http://www.stuff.co.nz/nelson-mail/features/weekend/2344367/Sympathy-for-the-Devils. Retrieved 15 October 2011. 
  37. ^ Mongols official site
  38. ^ Information on Notorious
  39. ^ Outlaws official site
  40. ^ Information on Pagans
  41. ^ http://www.peckerwoodsmc.com/
  42. ^ http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/operation-blue-and-white-nets-14-peckerwoods-members-58554332.html
  43. ^ POBOB official site
  44. ^ Rebels MC official site
  45. ^ The Rebels: a brotherhood of outlaw bikers By Daniel R. Wolf
  46. ^ ibid
  47. ^ http://www.rockmachine.ca/
  48. ^ Edwards, Peter; Auger, Michel (2004), The encyclopedia of Canadian organized crime: from Captain Kidd to Mom Boucher, Random House, p. 208, ISBN 0771030444, 9780771030444 
  49. ^ Information on Road Knights
  50. ^ Satans Soldiers MC
  51. ^ Jim Hague Officials watching for motorcycle club fallout Police believe fatal shooting of cycler was isolated incident May 6, 2001. Hudson Reporter.com
  52. ^ U.S. Charges alleged Bronx gang leader in connection with operations of drug laboratory near public school January 14, 2003. (US vs. Angelo Cruz)
  53. ^ Leader of "Satan's Soldiers" pleads guilty to operating clandestine Methamphetamine laboratory located next to Bronx public school November 11, 2004. (Angelo Cruz pleads guilty)
  54. ^ The Changing Face of Organized in New Jersey A Status Report. May 2004. (pg 87-90) [6]
  55. ^ http://www.sonsofsilence.com/
  56. ^ http://www.warlocksmc.net/
  57. ^ http://www.wheelsofsoulsw.com/
  58. ^ http://www.phila-tribune.com/channel/news/060507/murderwheels060507.asp

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