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List of outlaw motorcycle clubs

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This is an alphabetical list of notable outlaw motorcycle clubs, including those current, defunct, or historic. An outlaw motorcycle club is a motorcycle subculture that has its roots in the immediate post-World War II era of American society. It is generally centered on the use of cruiser motorcycles, particularly Harley-Davidsons and choppers, and a set of ideals that celebrate freedom, nonconformity to mainstream culture and loyalty to the biker group. In the United States, such motorcycle clubs are considered "outlaw" as they are not sanctioned by the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) and do not adhere to the AMA's rules.

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top seven most dangerous biker gangs although films and television shows tend to glamorize the counter culture surrounding outlaw motorcycle gangs these gangs are actually defined by the united states department of justice as organizations whose members use their motorcycle clubs as conduits for criminal enterprises these groups are highly structured criminal organizations whose members engaging criminal activities such as violent crime weapons trafficking and drug trafficking dating as far back as the nineteen thirties these following ride-or-die groups are not only rough-and-tumble types they're flat-out perilous from drugs to murder let's take a look at seven of the most dangerous biker gangs of all time number seven the Highwaymen based out of detroit michigan this approximately 200 member motorcycle club was initially established in 1954 extending its chapters to include Florida Kentucky Alabama Indiana tennessee and ohio although initially sanctioned by the respective american motorcyclist club several members were convicted of bombings raids and terrorize ation of rival clubs as early as the nineteen seventies reaching a pinnacle of notoriety in 2007 a raid resulted in the arrest of over 40 members with charges ranging from the relatively benign like mortgage fraud to the downright heinous such as murder for hire although the general membership is aging these self-appointed bad em efforts remain a viable source of two wheels fear number six the Warlocks wrapping things up a bit the Warlock motorcycle club was founded in nineteen sixty-seven establishing a long and storied violent history with a membership exclusive to caucasian males only their extreme brutal violence has fluctuated they're notorious perpetuation of America skyrocketing drug culture throughout the years countless arrests of warlock members have caught them in the act of trafficking crystal meth heroin and more after a controversial shooting in 2012 that left warlock MC member paul smith with the hotly debated not guilty verdict as well as other drug-related arrests manslaughters attempted murders and flat-out slayings they proven their terrifying capabilities number five sons of silence this Colorado bass club maybe on a smaller size with roughly only about 300 members but they're tenacious spirit for danger more than makes up for their smaller membership sighs established in 1966 this small network of riders have come under legal scrutiny multiple times including a raid in 1999 that revealed the manufacturing of deadly weapons such as grenades pipe bombs and machine guns prompting the arrest of almost 40 of the chapters members as recently as 2014 undercover officials spent two years earning the trust of these scary individuals eventually seizing more handmade weaponry cash drugs and property resulting in the arrest of another thirty nine members number for the pagans motorcycle club luckily only known as simply the pagans this biker gang was initially founded under a non-violent dog by 1959 however in the nineteen seventies the club was taken over by John Satan Marone and judging by his nickname you can tell which direction the group took following this shift in leadership with the FBI referring to them as an incredibly dangerous organization due to their deeply embedded ties to the Aryan Brotherhood and the Italian mafia members of this gang are often tied the bombings arson murder and the illegal stockpiling of automatic weapon rate with current leaders still coming under heat from the feds the pagans are closely watched yet regularly rambunctious number three the Mongols will get to the hell's angels in a little bit but it's important to know that the Mongols entire existence was initially put into play as a direct response to this fellow criminal gang denying membership entry to Hispanic and Native American applicants boasting an unbelievable membership of over 1,500 full patch members their main presence remains in Southern California with chapters and 14 american states and international chapters in an additional 18 countries long associated with meth trafficking money laundering robberies extortion assaults and murders this dangerous gang has even been deeply profiled on America's Most Wanted with ATF and Department of Justice battles raging on for years number two The Outlaws established in illinois in 1935 the outlaws motorcycle club is the oldest motorcycle gang to still be in existence today with chapters throughout the USA as well as Australia Europe South America and Asia touted as one of the main rivals of the aforementioned and still upcoming hells angels they describe themselves as not a gang but rather a club and civic organization however the facts don't lie without members being arrested on colorfully very charges like robbery kidnapping drug-dealing murder brawls and more despite their nonviolent claims an alarming amount of outlaw riders have been convicted with life sentences with many others receiving harsh yet deserve punishment for their assorted violent and dangerous behaviors number one hells angels ok so by this point you knew they were coming however that doesn't change the astonishingly scary details of this notorious gang arguably the most recognizable and terrifying name in motorcycle club history the hell's angels were established in 1948 with a staggering growth over 2,500 members located across California canada and more categorized by the US Department of Justice as an organized crime syndicate and also known as one of the big for the hell's angels are clearly the most violent brutal and unpredictable group of riders of the mall with an ever-present string of charges such as drug and illegal goods trafficking extortion prostitution and of course plenty of murder the hell's angels are definitely the scariest motorcycle force to be reckoned with thank you for watching interesting top 7s you have an idea for a future top 7 episode leave a comment below who knows we may see 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Outlaw motorcycle clubs

Name Year founded Location founded Notes Citations
69'ers 1968 Brooklyn, New York [1][2][3]
Annihilators Motorcycle Club 1974 St. Thomas, Ontario Merged with the Loners in June 1999. Led by Wayne Kellestine, later convicted of the Shedden massacre [4]
Bacchus 1972 Albert County, New Brunswick, Canada Members ride only Harley-Davidson [5]
Bad Disciples 2015 Laurentides, Canada [6]
Bandidos 1966 San Leon, Texas, US Worldwide membership, estimated 2,400 members in 210 chapters, in 22 countries. The FBI and the Criminal Intelligence Service Canada have named the Bandidos an "outlaw motorcycle gang".[7]
Black Sabbath Motorcycle Club 1974 San Diego, US
Blue Angels 1963 Glasgow, Scotland Formed by Allan Morrison and Billy Gordon in the Maryhill area of Glasgow, Scotland. Four chapters in Scotland and Leeds.[8]
The Breed 1968 Jersey City, New Jersey, US [9][better source needed]
Brother Speed 1969 Boise, Idaho, US
Chosen Few 1959 Los Angeles, US [10][11]
Coffin Cheaters 1970 Perth, Australia [12]
Comanchero 1968 Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Deroes 1971 Perth, WA, Australia
Devil Dolls 1999 San Francisco Formed by Karen Jessica Evans and Theresa Foglio [13]
Devils Diciples 1967 Fontana, California, US
Diablos 1961 San Bernardino, California, US [14]
Dire Wolves 2010 Indian Trail, North Carolina, US [1]:65
Druids North 1978 Sheffield, United Kingdom [15][16]
El Forastero 1962 Sioux City, Iowa, US
The Finks 1970s Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Free Souls 1968 Eugene, Oregon, US
Galloping Goose 1942 Los Angeles, US [17][18]
Gents 1965 Las Vegas, US The first MC in Las Vegas and original Red and Gold patch. [19]
Gremium 1972 Mannheim, Germany Gremium has over 100 chapters claims to be the largest motorcycle club in Germany. [20]
Grim Reapers 1958 Alberta, Canada [21][not in citation given]
Gypsy Joker 1956 San Francisco, US [22]
Hangmen 1960 Richmond, California, US Chapters in Western US, one in Germany [23]:45 [24][25][26]
Head Hunters 1967 West Auckland, New Zealand [27][28][29]
Hells Angels MC 1948 Fontana, California, US Worldwide membership, estimated 4,500 members in 35 countries. Supporter clubs & groups: Red & White, Big Red Machine, Red Devils MC, Gate Keepers MC,Kings Of Eight MC NOMAD 81 Support Crew
Hell's Lovers 1967 Chicago, US
Hessians MC 1968 Costa Mesa, California, US [30]
Highwaymen 1954 Detroit, US [31]
Hurricanes MC 1979 Torino, Italy Est. in Italy, expanded to Switzerland, Austria, Sweden, Thailand, were also spotted in Canada. [1]
Invaders 1965 Gary, Indiana, US [32]
Iron Horsemen 1960s Cincinnati, US
Jus Brothers 1990 San Joaquin County, California, US [33][34]
Lone Legion Blenheim, New Zealand [35]
Loners 1984 York Region, Canada Joined the Bandidos on 22 May 2001. [36]
Lost Breed 1976 Nelson, New Zealand [37]
Market Street Commandos 1940s San Francisco, US
Mobshitters 1970 Hurstville, New South Wales, Australia [38][39]
Mongols 1969 Montebello, California, US
Moonshiners 1934 Compton, California, US
Notorious 2007 Sydney, Australia [40]
No Surrender 2013 Zundert, Netherlands
Outlaws 1935 McCook, Illinois, US
Pagan's 1959 Prince George's County, Maryland, US [41]
Peckerwoods 1987 Santee, California, US [42][43]
Phantom MC 1969 Chicago, US [44][45]
Pink Angels MC 1931 San Francisco, USA Pink Angels is the first Motorcycle Club worldwide. Founded by a group of gay motorcycle riders in 1931 in San Francisco, USA. [1]
Pissed Off Bastards of Bloomington 1945 Bloomington, California, US
Rebels 1969 Brisbane, Australia
Rebels 1968 Red Deer, Alberta, Canada [46]
Red Devils c. 1940 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada [47][48][49]
Road Knights 1979 Timaru, New Zealand [50][51][52]]]
Road Runners 1978 Poland In Germany, Switzerland and the United States, there are more motorcycle clubs called Road Runners MC, but these are unrelated to the Polish club. [1]:177
Rock Machine 1986 Montreal, Quebec, Canada [53]
Satan's Sidekicks c. 1970s Detroit, US [54][55]
Satan's Soldiers 1980 The Bronx, New York, New Jersey, US, Australia [56][57][58][59]
Satudarah 1990 Moordrecht, Netherlands
Sin City Deciples 1966 Gary, Indiana, US [60]
Solo Angeles 1959 Tijuana, Mexico
Sons of Satan 1954 Lancaster, Pennsylvania, US [61]
Sons of Silence 1966 Niwot, Colorado, US
Talon MC 1988 New Hampshire Chapters throughout NH [62]
Top Hatters 1947 Hollister, California, US [1]:200 [23]:28
Steel Horseman 1971 Hephzibah, GA, US [63][64][65]
Vagos 1965 Temescal Valley, California, US
Warlocks 1967 Philadelphia, US
Warlocks 1967 Orlando, Florida, US
Wheels of Soul 1967 Philadelphia, US [66]
Zulus 1969 Akron, Ohio, US [67][68][69]

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