A husband and wife are sitting quietly in bed reading when the wife looks over at him and asks the question …

WIFE: What would you do if I died? Would you get married again?

HUSBAND: Definitely Not!!!!

WIFE: Why not? Don’t you like being married?

HUSBAND: Of course I do …

WIFE: Then why wouldn’t you remarry?

HUSBAND: Okay, okay. I would get married again!

WIFE: You would (looking hurt)

HUSBAND: (makes a loud and frustrating sound)

WIFE: Would she live in our house?

HUSBAND: Sure, it is a great house.

WIFE: Would you sleep with her in our bed?

HUSBAND: Where else would we sleep?

WIFE: Would you let her drive my car?

HUSBAND: Probably. It is almost new.

WIFE: Would you replace my pictures with hers?

HUSBAND: That would seem like a proper thing to do.

WIFE: Would you give her my jewelry?

HUSBAND: No, I am sure she would want her own.

WIFE: Would you take her golfing with you?

HUSBAND: Yes, those are always good times.

WIFE: Would she use my clubs?

HUSBAND: No , she is left handed.

Agency Threatens To Shut Down Casinos If They Host Motorcycle Clubs!

In a raging case of motorcycle profiling, the South Dakota Commission on Gaming has issued scathing warnings to “gaming establishments” (a.k.a. casinos) to not host motorcycle clubs. Not only is this an order against bikers, but also against these business owners. And nobody’s really doing anything about this! The authorities have always been acting against the bikers, and the businesses are too afraid to take on these shady agents of Uncle Sam.


What’s worse is that the agencies are making it look like it’s a decision of these establishments.


The truth is that these establishments are being strong-armed into this, and it’s a gross violation of biker’s First Amendment rights, as well as the establishments’ right to trade. In February, law enforcement requested the South Dakota Commission on Gaming to ensure that bikers weren’t allowed to wear their colors. This was around the time when the Hells Angels were planning their Annual National Run in Deadwood City.


The Cadillac Jacks Resort had won the bid to host the event.


The Resort had even entered into an agreement with the Hells Angels to host their event. That’s when Craig Sparrow, the Director of Enforcement at SDCG, threatened the resort with disciplinary action in an email. He used an arbitrarily-worded law to prohibit the resort from hosting the club unless they wanted their gaming license revoked.


Later, in a perfect illusion of choice, the SDCG sought suggestions from the industry on their interactions with the one-percenters.


Members of the hospitality and gaming industry responded to the SDCG, saying,

“We believe that the best path forward to keep Deadwood safe is for each individual property to have their security and management teams work with the city of Deadwood and its safety officials on proper safety planning that takes their unique properties into consideration. We do not believe there is a ‘one solution fits all’ approach that would be effective overall.”


While the industry is looking at the criminal elements in individual clubs as individual criminals, the SDCG is keen on discriminating against the clubs as a whole.


Dennis McFarlnad, the Gaming Commissioner, said that he “agrees” with the industry. But that’s all where he agrees at, in words. He added that the commission would take a dim view if any problem arises at a casino, and “one percenters are there are start the problem”. The commission has now asked for list of DGA member-casinos that are going to disallow colors during the Sturgis Rally in August. What do you think about this scathing discrimination? Let us know in the comments section below.

Hells Angels MC turns 70 years old

Founded in 1948, the hells angels motorcycle club has been a pop-culture mainstay for decades.

Books, television and movies have mythologized them endlessly.

The story began on March 17, 1948, in San Bernardino, California, and the name is most-commonly attributed to the Howard Hughes movie of the same name, about World War II bombers. But that is where the military connection ends.

The hells angels website refutes the commonly held story that the group was founded by ex-military misfits and outcasts. Of course, later on, members from various branches of the military would join HAMC but it was not a military club to begin with.

The group’s logo, the Death Head, is easily one of the most recognizable brands of the 20th century. It’s since been copyrighted in the United States and internationally.

The “Berdoo” chapter is still alive and well to this day. That group’s 70th anniversary party is scheduled for this weekend. There are no chapters listed in Texas.

More clubs began popping up soon after in and around California. In 1957 Sonny Barger founded the Oakland chapter. He would end up becoming the face of the club in pop-culture, and to this day remains a cult figure.

Barger’s autobiography, “Hell’s Angel,” was released in 2001 to wide acclaim by motorcycle fans and others interested in the biker subculture.

By 1961 the club had a chapter in Auckland, New Zealand, and by the end of the decade the first of many chapters was founded in Europe. Australia, Africa and Brazil were still to come. Today there are even clubs in Turkey.

Nomad Dave shows off his Hells Angels tattoo as he attends a Hells Angels rally.

In 1965 LIFE magazine went on the road with the outlaw bikers for a series of photos featuring the group riding and interacting with polite society. Two years later Hunter S. Thompson wrote the non-fiction book “Hell’s Angels” about his time riding with the club.

They maintain an allure within mainstream culture, with TV shows like “Sons of Anarchy” adding to the mystique. Barger himself appeared on the show a handful of times. The motorcycle club in the TV show is purely fictional, although it does have some elements of the biker culture.

Deadly encounters between the Angels and other clubs have kept them squarely outside the lines, and the actions of bad apples among them haven’t helped matters.


The membership requirements, at least officially, for the Hells Angels MC as well as almost all other one percenter motorcycle clubs are relatively straight forward.

We could start off this article by saying that the Hells Angels Membership Requirements included needing to do 12 drug deals, commit 1 murder and then bludgeon 4 baby harp seals …but then we would be lying, that’s not how to become a Hells Angel.

Below is what you want to know if you one day wish to be on the list of the famous Hells Angels members.

1.The Personality

We can safely start with saying that if you are interested in joining the Hells Angels MC, the Outlaws MC, the Bandidos MC or any other one percenter motorcycle club for that matter  and you are really on Google to tell you how to do it, then you probably won’t be joining them any time soon. The first in the list of Hells Angels membership requirements is to have the right personality. You will have similar interests and therefore probably also friends in common. People with similar interests usually gravitate.

2.The Harley Davidson Motorcycle

An important step if you want to learn how to join the Hells Angels, then the next in the list of Hells Angels membership requirements is a motorcycle, but not just any motorcycle. It should be a Harley Davidson motorcycle, however some other makes including Buell motorcycle (which is owned by Harley Davidson) may also be acceptable. In general, any of the major one percenter motorcycle clubs will not allow non-American motorcycles. Some of the reasoning behind this links back to the period when many of the clubs were started, World War II was fresh on the mind and supporting the enemy nations was not high on the list of priorities. Riding American made bikes shows strong patriotism.

3.You Will Ride Often

Next in the list of Hells Angels membership requirements is that you will need to ride, a lot. Don’t even think about buying a Harley Davidson fresh from the showroom floor, parking it out the front of a clubhouse and thinking that means you are a biker. Clubs including the Hells Angels MC go pretty much everywhere by motorcycle, they aren’t just the toy that comes out on the weekend if the sun has come out.

You will be expected to live on your Harley Davidson, riding across cities and states on your way to meets and as your primary form of transport, if you want to know how to become a Hells Angel then you need to be a dedicated Harley Davidson rider.

Importantly though, this shouldn’t sound like a chore. This should be the only way that you want to travel. If you don’t love this idea, then this lifestyle is not for you.

4.The Club Comes First, This is Your New Life

A fully patched member will have voting rights, of which they are expected to utilise. The Hells Angels MC has a number of meets throughout the year and it is expected that all members should attend whenever possible. If you start missing several of these meets then questions will be ask about your dedication to the club.

It is easy enough to read this article about Hells Angels membership requirements and have an understanding of what is required, but actually following through and practically dedicating your life to the club is another thing completely. You must be absolutely passionate about the lifestyle, there will not be much free time for other activities outside of the club, so hold off on signing up at the yacht club.

5.How To Leave Hells Angels: You Don’t Leave

Once last point to close out this article about Hells Angels membership requirements, is that you can’t leave the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club easily. It’s much easier to complete the steps of how to join the Hells Angels than it is to leave without having major problems.

Committing to join the club should be thought of as a life commitment. If you do try and escape the club then you must hand your patches back, or they may be taken by force.

The exception to this rule is in the case where members have provided several loyal years of service with the club, they may be allowed a graceful exit and in some cases after enough time may even be allowed to keep some of their patches.

The Hells Angels MC shouldn’t be seen as a club you will try out for a while and see how it goes for you with the option to then drop out.

Hells Angels Race Requirements

Historically the Hells Angels race requirements have seen them as a predominantly whites only outlaw motorcycle club, however over the decades this stance has loosened slightly, especially for chapters outside of the USA.

Within the United States it is extremely unlikely that you will ever see a black American Hells Angels member, although within the USA there are patched members of others origins including Hispanic and Native Americans. Having said that, many chapters within America will still party with, and do business, with black Americans, it is just that they will not be patched as an Angel.

If you look internationally to some of the European Hells Angels Charters there are looser Hells Angels race requirements for entry and evidence of black members, as well as a mix of many races.

The Phases of Membership

  1. The Hang-around: Being a hang-around is the first stage, where you have probably been invited by other members of the club to an event, possibly at a Hells Angels clubhouse. This will provide you with an opportunity to meet some of the other members and get a feel for what this lifestyle may have to offer you. The other Hells Angels MC members will also be judging your character along the way.
  2. The Associate: The next step up from the Hang-around is the Associate, where you will spend up to a few more years attending some of the events and meeting other members. The members will continue to evaluate you as you learn the ropes of how to become a Hells Angel.

1. The Prospect: Once you are made a prospect you are allowed to attend a lot more events, however you will not be able to place any votes on club matters and there may also be some meetings that you are not allowed to attend. It is over this period that the members will determine whether or not they believe that you will be a suitable fully patched member in the future.
2. The Fully Patched Member: The final step in the process will see you made into a Fully Patched Member. You will only reach this stage after a vote, where you must receive a unanimous vote from the other Hells Angels MC members. It is the several years of evaluations during the recruitment process which will determine whether or not you receive the votes required. In addition to the voting there may also be other requirements made of the Prospect in order to become a fully patched member, however due to the secrecy of all of these clubs it can’t be confirmed.

Successfully complete all of the above steps and you are well on your way to becoming a one percenter, you now know how to become a Hells Angel.

Source: http://www.onepercenterbikers.com



“If you think bikers’ girlfriends are typically toothless, droopy-chested, leather-toting drug addicts, then you are amongst the thousands of others who know nothing about us!

If you think we are all violent and get beat up by our gigantic biker boyfriends, that ten kids from 9 marriages or my favorite, that we are all uneducated criminals and strippers…you’re sadly mistaken! I for one am a college grad; I own my own company and don’t do drugs or drink….What you see on TV is crap and not all biker communities war with one another, but rather where I live every MC of every color embraces the same principles: honor, respect, and brotherhood…family.”

“The outlaw biker women are very much second-class citizens in that testosterone-driven life….These clubs are not democratic organizations, ruled by the many for the good of the all.…They are run very firmly by men who usually clawed their way to the top of this primal food chain, and considering the general savagery of the ordinary member, that’s impressive….Women must be outwardly submissive, be thick-skinned about sexist attitudes, and be able to get along reasonably well with the other women….I resented the assumption that my vagina automatically rendered my intellect inferior to a person with a penis and a three-piece patch.”

“It’s not a lifestyle, it’s a way of life. I grew up around clubs, and I learned my place at a very young age. When my Ole Man says ‘My Ole Lady knows her place,’ it’s a very nice compliment, and it also means that I get to go out and party with him….I work and play in a man’s world and I know my place….Yes, women need their outlets, but telling real men they are wrong makes me angry.”

“When your ol’ man takes you places with him or when he has company at home, DON’T talk too much! Try to be friendly and polite but NEVER, ever just jump right into the middle of their conversation. If there’s anything a good man can’t stand, it’s a woman who talks too damn much!…You should always be enthusiastic about sex. Put a little effort into it. You gotta want to please him….If you got a problem w/oral sex, GET OVER IT! All men love it, want it, need it. If you offered your old man a blowjob right now it wouldn’t matter what he was doing; he’d stop long enough to take you up on your offer. And I can guarantee you that if you NEVER ever offer him a blowjob, he would take any woman up on her offer for one right now….Don’t ever swing on him in the heat of an argument if he smacks you first. Maybe you got outta line and out of control and needed to be smacked to snap out of it. In case you didn’t notice, women can turn into lunatic psycho bitches….Don’t expect him to kiss your ass, just get a piece of it….Clearly all women, except those who NEVER give it up, are whores to a certain extent. Men end up paying for sex one way or another, so learn to play the role of his very own ‘whore.’”

“I’m an ol’ lady [and] have never been or seen another ol’ lady passed around (that would be Hells Angels, not Outlaws). If a woman wants to put it around, of course there will be takers, but generally the Properties wouldn’t have too much to do with these. Being a Property is actually an honor; you are treated with respect and the Property patch lets others know not to bother you. Aside from popping to the bar or giving someone a plate of food, which all of us do freely and are happy to do so, we are far from the slaves some people like to say we are.”

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5 Ways To Meet Other Motorcyclists

At Moto Secrets, we’ve been saying since long that Motorcycling is not a way of commute, but a way of life. There are few fraternities as closely knit as those of motorcyclists. Motorcycle clubs often function as large brotherhoods.

And it’s absolutely great to be a part of this culture. However, new riders can often find themselves confused on how to become part of this amazing fraternity. Don’t you worry. We’ve compiled a list of some sure-shot ways to meet more motorcyclists and make your biker buddies.

1. Take Your Helmet Along

If you’ve been riding long enough, you already know that motorcyclists attract other motorcyclists. However, that’s only one of them knows that the other is a biker. And what better way to tell that to people than carry your helmet along. It can be a great conversation starter.

2. Go Camping On Your Motorcycle

Motorcycle trips are something just about every rider does these days. Or at least, the new ones do. Unsurprisingly, in every region, certain places have become really popular with bikers as camping spots. Try hitting those spots on your bike, and we’re sure you’ll have a lot of fun, and certainly make quite a few biker buddies.

3. Social Media

Facebook and other Social Media websites are used very actively these days to organize social events. Just find the right biker groups, events, and local area groups, and you’ll be good to go.

4. Go To Bike Rallies

There’s probably no other event which pulls as many bikers as bike rallies do. Popular rallies can see thousands and thousands of bikers participating. They are essentially large gatherings of like-minded people who love their bikes, are there to party, mingle, and have fun. It’s hard to not meet new and great people at biker rallies.

5. Participate in Motorcycle Charity Runs

This is an absolute win-win thing to do. It’s not something you should do just to make biker buddies. But, something you should just do. Everybody should give back to the society, and what better way to raise awareness and funds for the striking causes of our times and area. Many clubs and organizations organize motorcycle runs for the same. Just be part of one, and you’ll make some really nice biker buddies.

The Story Behind OUTLAWS MC

The Outlaws Motorcycle Club, which has an official organizational name of American Outlaws Association (AOA) is a one percenter motorcycle club which was founded in McCook, Illinois in 1935.

Outlaws MC is one of the Big 4 one percenter motorcycle clubs along with the Hells Angels MC, Bandidos MC and Pagans MC.

The Outlaws Motorcycle Club have an official support club, known as Black Pistons MC, who act as a feeder club for recruitment as well as resources.

Outlaws MC Clubhouse Milwaukee

Outlaws MC History

Outlaws MC was founded in 1935 in McCook, Illinois by a group who loved to ride Harley Davidson motorcycles. This suburb is in the southwest of Chicago and the club is said to have formed in a bar named Matilda’s on famous Route 66 and was known as the McCook Outlaws.

The first major event after World War II was held in 1946 at Soldier Field in Chicago and later on in 1950 the club was renamed to the Chicago Outlaws at the time when the club moved from McCook to Chicago.

Outlaws MC Clubhouse Ormond Beach Florida

The Outlaws Motorcycle Club became a 1%er Brotherhood of Clubs member in 1963 and in 1964 expanded to take in the Gipsy Outlaws from Milwaukee followed by the Gypsy Outlaws from Louisville. It was at the time that the new chapters joined that the Chicago Outlaws chapter was named as the mother chapter. The next expansion was of the commencement of the Outlaws MC Florida chapter which opened in 1965.

4 chapters of the Satan’s Choice MC from Canada patched over to the Outlaws MC in July, 1977. At the time of the patching over the Satan’s Choice Motorcycle Club were one of the largest outlaw clubs in Canada.

See our Outlaws MC Chapters list for more information on how far and wide this expansion has been for this one percenter motorcycle club with a huge presence in Germany through Outlaws MC Germany.

Outlaws MC Clubhouse Chicago

Outlaws MC Australia was added to the organization in 1994, making the fifth continent of expansion for the one percenter motorcycle club.

In January, 1997, European Outlaws MC President Thore “Henki” Holm and an Outlaws member from France are shot and wounded by a member of Untouchables MC (a Hells Angel ally). The Outlaws MC formed an alliance with Bandidos MC against the Hells Angels MC as part of the Great Nordic Biker War.

2015 marks the 80th anniversary of the Outlaws MC, making them one of the longest running motorcycle clubs of any type in history.

Outlaws MC Clubhouse South Side Chicago

Outlaws MC Patch and Motto

Their original logo was a winged motorcycle, but this was replaced in the early 1950’s with a skull. In 1954 came the addition of pistons to the skull. A later redesign occurred in 1959 which saw changes to the size of the skull and pistons, the finished product of which can be seen today.

The skull and pistons in the Outlaws Motorcycle Club logo is known as “Charlie”.

Outlaws MC Logo

The Outlaws MC motto is “God Forgives, Outlaws Don’t”. The meaning of this is pretty straight forward.

Outlaws MC Clubhouse Indianapolis


Each branch of the Outlaws MC is known as a chapter, or sometimes also referred to as a charter.

The Outlaws Motorcycle Club has a very significant number of chapters in the USA, as well as throughout the rest of the world, particularly in Germany where there are dozens of Outlaws MC Germany chapters as well as many in England and Wales.

There are many other one percenter motorcycle clubs which also go by the name of the Outlaws, however are not part of this particular organization.

We have compiled a detailed list of the official Outlaws MC chapters, with many photos, which you can see in our article The Outlaws MC Chapters.

Outlaws MC Germany Member


Outlaws MC clubhouse Detroit Michigan

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HARLINGEN — The whomp-whomp-whomp of their motorcycles are loud enough to sound like a thunderous hurricane tearing through a city street.

That will be the sound some San Benito and McAllen residents are going to hear.

On Thursday seven area law enforcement motorcycle clubs who banded together will roll into San Benito and McAllen to gather non-perishable food and water for the people who were hit hardest by Hurricane Harvey.

Rhonda Worthington is lifted into a boat while on her cellphone with a 911 dispatcher after her car became stuck in rising floodwaters from Tropical Storm Harvey in Houston, Texas, Monday, Aug. 28, 2017. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

“We all have family and friends in the Rockport area,” said Freddy Ramos, Southern Justice, McAllen chapter vice president said. “We have comrades that have been affected by this devastation.”

He said his brother-in-law is being affected by the devastation just as many other are in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.

Southern Justice motorcycle club has been active ten years in the Valley and like the other partnering biker organizations actively help the community with fundraisers.
Southern Justice just came off a back-to-school relief effort for area students in need of school supplies.

The other clubs involved are the Blue Knights, The Sentinels, The Reguladores, Law Dogs, and Iron Saints.

“This is a multi motorcycle club venture,” Ramos said. “We are partnering with other law enforcement motorcycle clubs to help make the most impact.”

More than 100 law enforcement motorcycle club members will be working together in San

Benito and McAllen to gather the supplies to send to people in need.
“We are just trying to pull together as a community to give a helping hand,” Ramos said.

Feds list Hells Angels, Outlaws as gangs

The Ottawa Police Department listed the two biker groups that brawled on Sunday night as motorcycle clubs.

That is what the Outlaws and hells angels call themselves. But on social media Monday, some suggested referring to the groups as gangs, not clubs.

In 2014, the U.S. Department of Justice listed eight of the biggest motorcycle clubs as “outlaw motorcycle gangs.” They included the hells angels and the Outlaws.

According to the department, the gangs are organizations “whose members use their motorcycle clubs as conduits for criminal enterprises.” The gangs are involved in violent crime, weapon trafficking and drug trafficking, the report said.

The department said there are more than 300 active outlaw motorcycle gangs in the country.

“The Hells Angels, Mongols, Bandidos, Outlaws, and Sons of Silence pose a serious national domestic threat and conduct the majority of criminal activity linked to (outlaw motorcycle gangs), especially activity relating to drug trafficking, and, more specifically, to cross-border drug smuggling,” the 2014 report says.

Robert Turner, Streator’s deputy police chief, said members of the Outlaws and Hells Angels have been in the region for some time.

“We haven’t had any problems with them as of yet in Streator,” he said in an interview Monday.

The Hells Angels and Outlaws are known enemies. On a Saturday afternoon in April 2010, the two groups battled in a parking lot in a tiny village in southeastern Minnesota, according to the Pioneer Press.

The newspaper reported police cited no one for fighting because no one involved would talk to officers, but two were charged with possessing brass knuckles.

In 2008, the Hells Angels and Outlaws brawled at an airport in Great Britain. Seven members of the two groups were jailed, according to media reports.

Both the Hells Angels and Outlaws have websites.

The Outlaws claim chapters mainly east of the Mississippi. The closest chapters to La Salle County include Pontiac, Joliet, Kankakee, Peoria and Rockford.

The Hells Angels website indicated it has chapters around the world, on every continent but Antarctica. The nearest chapters are in the Rockford and Peoria areas, according to the website.

The Hells Angels were founded in 1948 in the San Bernardino area of California. The Outlaws started in 1935 in the Chicago suburb of McCook.

On its website, the Outlaws group gives an email address but says, “DO NOT write us asking how to join! Find an Outlaw and ask him!” Its news feed contains condolences to members who have died, but they are referred to by their nicknames.

The Hells Angels has an “RIP” section on its site and also uses nicknames.


Federal agents launched a sweeping operation against the Vagos biker club Friday, arresting many of the group’s leaders in raids throughout California, Nevada and Hawaii, authorities said.

A grand jury indictment that was unsealed after the coordinated, early-morning arrests leveled federal racketeering charges against 23 people. Agents and police officers from various agencies led by Homeland Security Investigations took 22 of the suspects into custody, officials said. The outstanding member died in recent weeks.

Prosecutors portrayed the club as a “highly organized criminal organization” in the indictment and accused the targeted members of carrying out many crimes, including murder, kidnapping and drug sales as part of an effort to bolster the club’s coffers and dominance over other biker clubs.Suspects arrested Friday morning were scheduled to appear in U.S. District Court in the afternoon. The defendants and their attorneys could not be reached for comment.

Despite the club’s well-established reputation for violence and stockpiling weapons, agents encountered no resistance as they served arrest and search warrants in a dozen cities beginning around 5 a.m., authorities said.

The raids were the culmination of an investigation stretching back seven years, said HSI Special Agent Matthew Rice, who helped direct the probe. “This is a major undertaking and we hope it causes a major disruption to the club’s operation. It will take them some time to fill the leadership void.”

Of the men arrested Friday, many held influential positions in the organization’s upper ranks, the indictment claims. They included the group’s current leader, as well as his predecessor.

The Vagos Outlaw Motorcycle club is counted as one of the largest and most powerful biker clubs in the country, Rice said. Started in the 1960s in California, it has expanded over the decades to include about 1,000 members in dozens of chapters throughout the U.S. and other countries, according to the indictment.