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The Top 5 Largest Outlaw Motorcycle Clubs of the UK

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5 Biggest Outlaw Motorcycle Clubs in the UK

  1. The Blue Angels MC
  2. Satan's Slaves MC
  3. Road Rats MC
  4. The Hell's Angels MC
  5. The Outlaws MC

1. The Blue Angels MC

The Blue Angels are an outlaw motorcycle club formed in Glasgow back in 1963.
The Blue Angels are one of the largest and most powerful outlaw biker clubs in the UK. They have a total of six chapters in Scotland and 4 chapters in England. They also have chapters in Belgium and Spain. Their patch consists of a skull wearing a German helmet with wings at the side of the skull. The Blue Angels are also the oldest 1% motorcycle club in Europe.

2. Satan's Slaves MC

Enemies:

  • Road Rats MC
  • West Coast Angels MC
  • Black Label Society band

The Satan's Slaves are another outlaw biker club formed in Shipley England in 1967. In 2004, they went international as they opened chapters in Germany. Their patch usually consists of a skull with the number 13 written on the forehead. Most of their chapters are based in England with 18 in total. However, they do have one chapter based in Scotland and six located in Germany. Back in 1983, 24 members of the Satan's Slaves got involved in a brawl with the Road Rats MC. Two members of the road rats lost their lives in this brawl and the police found many different weapons at the crime scene, including guns and axes. In 2005, a band called Black Label Society created apparel which looked a lot like the Satan's Slaves biker vests. Fans of the band were intimidated by members of the Satan's Slaves for wearing the vests. The Satan's Slaves have also had many brawls with The West Coast Angels.

3. Road Rats MC

Enemies:

  • Cycle Tramps MC
  • Hell's Angels MC
  • Satan's Slaves MC
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The Road Rats MC started out in London back in the 1960s. Originally they started out as a street gang, however, they soon transitioned to an outlaw biker club.
The Road Rats are known for falling out with almost every outlaw biker club in the UK, including the Hell's Angels. The road rats patch has an image of a rat on it. Their patches also says London instead of England. It also believed that at one point the Hell's Angels asked the Road Rats to prospect for them.

4. The Hell's Angels MC

Enemies:

  • Road Rats MC
  • Outlaws MC

The Hell's Angels are a worldwide outlaw motorcycle club with many chapters throughout the world. The UK is no exception and the Hell's Angels chapter in the UK was formed in 1969. Two individuals from London visited California and were prospected for The Hell's Angels. They ended up joining, and from there two chapters were formed; one in South London and another in East London. In 1973, both chapters merged to become one. The Hell's Angels now have 18 chapters in England. They are also present in Ireland and Wales. I have left a cool documentary of the Hell's Angels that was recorded back in 1973 in London.

5. The Outlaws MC

Enemies:

  • The Hell's Angels

The Outlaws MC are an international biker club originating from Illinois in The United States Of America. In the United Kingdom, the Outlaws have around 30 chapters in total. They have chapters in England, Wales, Ireland and Scotland. The Outlaws patch consists of a skull with crossed pistons. In the USA, the Hell's Angels and Outlaws are enemies and the UK is no different. In 2007, a Hell's Angel member from Canada who was living in London was shot and killed by Outlaw members. Seven Outlaw members were convicted of murder and sentenced to life in prison. In 2008, members of the Outlaws and Hell's Angels were involved in a brawl at the Birmingham airport. Police found knuckle dusters, meat cleavers and hammers after the brawl and both members of the Hell's Angels and Outlaws served time in prison.

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