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  1. History I - The Beginning In their early years, two close friends navigated the ups and downs of school and the complexities of college life together. Before motorcycles even entered the picture, they were already the life of the party, forming a group with other like-minded souls who were keen on late nights, loud music, and sometimes, mischief that bent the rules. They lived for the thrill of the moment, always looking for the next adventure or escapade. Despite the fun they were having, these two had their sights set on something bigger: the freedom that could only come from riding their own Harley Davidsons. To make this dream a reality, they hustled, scrimped, and saved, even crafting some clever schemes to gather enough money for a pair of second-hand bikes. Once they got their hands on those motorcycles, everything changed. The pull of the open road was too strong to resist. They left their hometown behind, in search of new horizons and experiences. From sleepy villages to bustling urban centers, they met fellow adventurers who shared their passion for life in the fast lane. The bond was instant, the camaraderie intense. For the next five years, they roamed across multiple states and countless towns, forging a tight-knit brotherhood rooted in the joy of boundless travel and uninhibited celebration. II - The Wrecked Souls Motorcycle Club After spending years on the road and partying, the group started wanting a place to call home and some clear goals. They decided to go back to Texas, where the original members were from, and set up there. They made their friendship official by starting the Wrecked Souls Motorcycle Club. The name fit them well, since they were often caught up in the party life and made quick decisions they sometimes regretted later. To show they were now a real group, they made special patches with a skull and ram horns, using red, black, and gold colors. This became the symbol of the club and gave them a feeling of being part of something bigger. They picked a small town in Texas to settle in and leased a bar, using a local person to help set it up. They also opened a mechanic shop that focused on customizing bikes. For them, the shop wasn't just a business, it was a safe place where people like them could get together, enjoy their bikes, and feel like they belonged. III-Extortion As the Wrecked Souls Motorcycle Club became more stable, they started wanting more than just hanging out and having fun. Their bar and mechanic shop were doing okay, but they saw chances to make more money in the nearby towns. At first, they got into extortion because they needed to. Their mechanic shop had a lot of competition, and they were worried about keeping it open. So some members thought they should use their growing influence to make more money. They started by demanding money from competing mechanic shops and bars for "protection." As they made more money, they got bolder. They started extorting different kinds of businesses like convenience stores and construction sites. If anyone said no, the club would mess with their property, start fires, or even threaten their families. People in the nearby towns started talking about the club, and many were scared or angry. The Wrecked Souls Motorcycle Club became a big deal, somewhere between being feared and having a lot of influence. But their new activities also brought problems. Some club members started questioning if what they were doing was right, while others were okay with it. The police also started looking into their activities, trying to put a stop to their crimes. Still, the club members told themselves they were doing this for good reasons, like keeping their mechanic shop open. But as their crimes got bigger and the risks went up, they had to think about whether they were crossing lines they shouldn't, and what that meant for the club they had created. IV- Drugs & Guns As the Wrecked Souls Motorcycle Club got more involved in crime, they started taking bigger risks for more money. They got contacts in nearby cities that helped them get into drug dealing and gun smuggling. At first, they sold drugs in the towns around them. They used their existing extortion networks to sell drugs like cocaine, meth, and prescription painkillers. At the same time, they started smuggling guns. They hid these guns in their mechanic shop, in motorcycle parts, and even under the floor of their bar. As they made more money, things got more complicated. They had to work with other organizations, gun dealers, and corrupt officials. This made it hard to trust people, and the risks got higher. Members started to question what they were doing. While some thought it was necessary, others wondered if they had lost sight of why they started the club in the first place. Soon, they got the attention of federal agencies like the ATF and DEA. These agencies started watching them closely, using informants and other ways to gather information on them. But the club members didn't see the danger coming. They started feeling invincible, especially when they got away with their illegal activities. However, they were about to learn a hard lesson. V - Fall As the Wrecked Souls Motorcycle Club got more involved in illegal activities, they started facing problems they didn't see coming. Drugs became common within the club, and people started getting careless and messy. They stopped being as careful about not getting caught. What used to be a close group became messy and divided, weakened by fighting among themselves and drug use. Seeing this, the DEA and ATF decided it was the right time to act. They had been gathering evidence against the club for months through watching them closely, wiretaps, and informants. They planned a big raid, aiming for a night when they knew most club members would be at a party. That night, law enforcement came down hard on them. They showed up in armored vehicles, searched the bar and mechanic shop, and arrested a lot of people. The evidence they found made for a strong case against the main members of the club. Still, a few people managed to avoid getting arrested. These were either folks who had started to question the club's activities or were just lucky enough to not be at the party. Because there wasn't evidence against them, they stayed free for the time being. After the raid, things fell apart for the Wrecked Souls. With most of the leadership arrested and facing trial, the club broke up. The mechanic shop and bar were taken over by the authorities, and the patches that used to stand for freedom and rebellion now just marked them as criminals. For those who avoided arrest, they had to figure out what to do next. With the club gone and many of their friends in jail or on the run, they had to think hard about their choices. Some decided to leave that life behind, change their names, and cut ties with their past. Others gave up the criminal life completely, haunted by what had happened to their friends. Some, would show up elsewhere looking to rekindle the fires of the Wrecked Souls Motorcycle Club. The Present Day Charlie arrives in Los Santos with barely a dime in his pocket. He quickly sorts out the basics: a driving license, a cheap mobile phone, and a bed in a dingy motel. He jumps into trucking, grinding his way through the city's underbelly to make ends meet. It's a fast, tough climb to senior trucking, handling the behemoth rigs through Los Santos' sprawling network. Using the cash scraped together from trucking, Charlie starts his own gig, a small energy drink business. He hustles, peddling his product to gyms and small outlets, gathering enough to buy a truck. This isn’t just any truck – it becomes The Travelling Tavern, a mobile bar cruising the gritty streets of the city. Brick lands in Los Santos soon after, initially treading a similar path in trucking. But unlike Charlie, he's drawn back into the murky world of drugs, a pull Charlie finds himself succumbing to as well. While Brick moonlights in narcotics, he also helps Charlie with his legitimate hustle. The duo's business ventures begin to take off, fuelling their newfound passion for bikes. They tear through the roads of San Andreas, embracing the wild party scene. As they settle into life in San Andreas, Charlie and Brick decide to resurrect their club, The Wrecked Souls. They see potential in the state's vibrant scene – the roaring roads and the raging parties. They start networking, introducing themselves to the established motorcycle clubs, from the notorious Mongols to the smaller crews like the Hessians and Outlaws. Their journey isn’t without its bumps. Tensions flare and simmer down as they weave through the biker underworld, gradually expanding from a duo to a band of like-minded souls. Their bond is forged on the road, in the thrall of parties that rage from dusk till dawn, fuelled by rock music, reckless abandon, and a growing taste for chaos. Morningwood becomes their stomping ground, where they’re often seen causing a ruckus, partying hard, and embracing the brotherhood they're building. When they're not wreaking havoc at home, they're out painting the town red. Hierarchy The Wrecked Souls Code & Bylaws One Bond, One Code Members of the Wrecked Souls Motorcycle Club, you're expected to adhere to the following code, which embodies the principles of our brotherhood: Leadership Club Decisions: All significant decisions are voted on by the President and Vice President before being discussed in a full club meeting where tasks and roles are assigned. Hierarchy: Respect and follow the club hierarchy. The President, Vice President, and other officers' decisions are final and should be respected at all times. Personal Conduct Colors and Business: Club colors should only be worn for club-related business. Personal dealings should be conducted without wearing the Kutte. When in doubt, consult with a superior. Respect for Relationships: Girlfriends and wives of club members are off-limits unless explicit permission is granted. Confidentiality: Club business is strictly confidential. Disclosing club secrets to outsiders is punishable by a fine or more severe measures depending on the gravity of the situation. Brotherhood: Always support your fellow members. If a brother is in trouble, you're obliged to assist him without hesitation. Respect: Show respect to all club members and allies. Disrespect within the club will not be tolerated. Commitment and Responsibilities Prioritization: The MC should be your top priority. Balancing personal life and club commitments is expected, with understanding that family is also important. Attendance: Attend all official club meetings sober, unless otherwise agreed upon. Do not pass out while wearing the Kutte or in allied clubhouses. Dues: Membership payments are due weekly and should be made directly to the designated officers. If you're facing financial issues, notify the club one week in advance. Property and Territory Club Property: Respect all club property and assets. Defend the club's territory and assets as necessary. Drugs and Alcohol Policy Substance Use: The Wrecked Souls openly allows drug usage within the club, however there are a few exceptions and protocols to be followed. Under no circumstances is Heroin to be used, this is forbidden. Other drugs are allowed, under the circumstance a member gets carried away brothers are expected to be there for them, to let them know things are going too far to straighten them out for awhile. Membership and Recruitment Prospecting: Prospective members are to abide to their sponsors commands always, and fellow club members. A prospective member must complete a full term of 1 year ((1 month)) prior to being considered for a full member patch. Prospective terms can go on as long as required deemed by the charters members. Recruitment: The Wrecked Souls MC does not recruit former or current serving law enforcement members. Events OOC Information This thread is for the Wrecked Souls Motorcycle Club's development prior to becoming an actual M.C & Faction. As per the background story some members fled, some of which have arrived in San Andreas & wish to revive their club again. The following screenshots will be of those individuals finding like-minded people to join them in creating The Wrecked Souls MC again in San Andreas and how it slowly shapes the Foundations as to what the club will be all about. FAQ Q: Is this an Outlaw Motorcycle Club? A: Yes, this is. Q: Is this a 1%er club? A: Yes, however the club members do not explicitly show this, there may be a time due to IC reasons this changes, but for the moment members do not sport this patch. Q: What kind of roleplay does the faction get involved in? A: The faction gets involved in a variety of roleplay, from legal to illegal, from club business to personal business. Note: Any reference to a faction, this for when the thread is appealed as it's updated over time. Currently this is strictly just a group of bikers with the intention of starting a club.
  2. This thread highlights the story of Navajo Joe, a Native-American biker.
  3. The Chosen Few Motorcycle Club was founded in 1959 along the west coast of the United States by Lionel Ricks. The founding members of the club were a group of African Americans who enjoyed riding bikes. While initially just being a black club they soon opened their doors to others in 1960 when they had White Boy Art join the club. This solidified the Chosen Few as the first mixed-race outlaw motorcycle club. After this the Chosen Few allowed members of all ethnicities and still do to this day. Our iteration of the Chosen Few MC takes it's inspiration from the Compton chapter of the Chosen Few MC. The original patch was black & white. After a while it was changed to red & white. An oval sea of red blood with white human Crossed Bones in the Center and White letters saying "Chosen Few" arched across the top of the cross. The group aims to portray a small and in-reparation chapter of the Chosen Few Motorcycle Club situated within South Los Santos. While this chapter will be predominantly African American other ethnicities will be allowed within reason. Character development is prioritized within this group as we try to provide an authentic feel of a mixed-race 1%er outlaw motorcycle club. We will always encourage for people wishing to RP with the faction to find RP away from the faction as well. For us it's important that the characters within our faction are well thought out and have a line of development. Any questions, concerns or queries can be sent to @phixion & @george0 through a forum PM. All recruitment is done in-character.
  4. UPTOWN RIDERS MC The Uptown Riders Mc was created around the year 2008.They are looked upon as urban riding enthusiasts based in North Holland. They not only grew bigger as a group they also formed they own clothing brand “Uptown Riders Inc. Even though they aren't the biggest mc in the LC they aren't to be looked down upon. They are into weapon smuggling, street racing and drug distribution. Uptown Riders sport the colors of red, gray and black and are primarily African American. GOODBYE DJ Darrell “DJ” Johnson was a loved member of the Uptown riders MC. One summer night in Northwood Dj was riding and doing tricks on his Double-T motorcycle bike, when a few members from the Angels of Death mc spotted him and thought it was a good time to seek revenge on somebody from the Uptown Riders. Dj had been involved and a shooting earlier in the year that left an Angel of Death member dead. The Angel of Death trailed Dj all the way back to his home. As soon as Dj got off his bike two members from Angels of Death approached him with a pistol and a sawed-off shotgun and said, “This is for Harry” and begin to unload many rounds into Dj’s chest. He fell back onto his motorcycle, while the two Angels of Death members fled away towards the highway. From that day forward the Uptown Riders and the Angels of Death have been decade war. Uptown Riders in San Andreas After having the only chapter in LC ,the Uptown Riders started to expand over to San Andreas. Uptown Rider MC. President Malc wanted to expand outside the east coast, so the first stop would be the west coast region. Year after year more of the Uptown Riders would start to transfer over to San Andreas for a new city or to avoid LC law enforcement. You can catch any member from the Uptown MC. riding around on all different kinds of sport bikes and dirt bikes. Malcolm also known as “Malc", is one of the key reasons for the Uptown Riders expanding over to Los Santos, due to his connection to family ties on the west coast. Malc is the current president of Uptown Riders MC of LC. OOC INFORMATION Our main priority is to provide a realistic environment for the server. We please ask you upon joining to sign your C.K perms and change your server name to your IC name. If you have any questions about the faction or want to join please contact on discord Pacman Politics#6249,d1#0511,SOSA#9107
  5. Name: Jeremiah Hastings: D.O.B: 12/12/1979 P.O.B: Liberty City Criminal Record: 1x Grand Theft Auto, 2x Sales of Narcotics to a Minor, 1x Aggravated Assault on a Peace Officer Jeremiah Hastings, known to his friends as Big J, had a tumultuous upbringing in the bustling metropolis of Liberty City. Born into a working-class family, he was exposed to the gritty realities of urban life from an early age. As a teenager, J' found solace and a sense of belonging in the motorcycle club known as the Uptown Ryders. In the vibrant and dangerous world of the Uptown Ryders, Jeremiah became deeply involved in their activities, which often straddled the line between legal and illegal. He found a sense of camaraderie and brotherhood among the club members, but their criminal exploits eventually led J' down a troubled path. Caught up in a series of criminal endeavors, Jeremiah found himself on the wrong side of the law and was eventually apprehended, leading to a prison sentence. It was during his time behind bars that he experienced a transformative awakening. Seeking solace and meaning, Jeremiah delved into religious study, eventually embracing Islam and finding solace in his newfound faith. After serving his sentence and being released, Jeremiah sought to rebuild his life and leave his criminal past behind. Reconnecting with the Uptown Ryders, he hoped to find a legitimate path forward. Jeremiah's transformation and devotion to his faith influenced those around him, as he sought to make positive contributions within the club and his community. However, a incident occurred, involving Jeremiah and a confrontation that turned his world upside down. Fearing for his safety and seeking a fresh start, he made the difficult decision to leave Liberty City and seek refuge in a new city called Los Santos.
  6. This thread will follow the development and activities of Jerome Clinton, a prospect for the Chosen Few Motorcycle Club.
  7. MOTORCYCLE CLUB RP: Female Roles Around an MC This is a brief guide to role playing as a female around a motorcycle club (MC) based on information gathered from articles online, autobiographies, and documentaries. There is a vast amount of information out there, some of which even contradicts itself, so this information should not be taken as 100% fact and should just be taken as a general compilation of information from various sources, interpreted by myself to make the most sense. At the end of the day, female’s roles in MCs will vary club to club and it’s ultimately up to you to decide which type of female character you want to portray. That being said, it is important to keep in mind that MC’s are heavily male dominated (and some may even argue, a little sexist) and as a female you will never be a member, HOWEVER you can still be treated with as much respect as one. What is property? Being called property by an MC may sound like a derogatory term to someone outside of biker culture, however amongst MC culture, it’s a badge of honor and a heavily respected role. It is a common misconception that being called property means you are owned by the entirety of the club and your purpose is to ‘service’ them, however this is not true. When an MC member asks a female to wear his property patch, it’s akin to declaring to the entire club (and even outsiders) that that female is his woman and/or that they’re in a serious relationship and that she is under his protection as well as the clubs’. In addition, the property patch serves as a warning to others that the female is taken and should be treated with respect and not hit on (by other members) or disrespected. Other terms used for property is Ol’ Lady or Old Lady, WAGs which stands for Wives and Girlfriends (again these terms very club to club, member to member). What property is not: Property is not a female that is free for any member of the club to use for his own pleasure. There are different terms for the women willing to sleep with any/all members. Property are NOT members. Yes, wearing a property patch is a big deal and you are part of the clubs ‘family’ but you are not equal to a member. Members can only be male. So do not expect to be included in club meetings (church) or brought along to dangerous situations - if the club genuinely cares about your well being, you’ll likely be told to go home and sit tight. Sweetbutt’s roles in an MC Sweetbutts are women who hang out around the club and will hook up with any/all members. Sometimes their goal is to become property however, it is somewhat unlikely to achieve getting a property patch after sleeping with multiple members of the club...yes, there’s a bit of a double standard here - the male members get praised for sleeping around but women are looked down on for it. That being said, most of the time sweetbutts do not end up being property due to the implications of her having been with more than one member, for example, an off handed remark could be said by one of her past lovers and cause a riff between members. That is not to say a sweetbutt can never become property, however, it is a more challenging thing to achieve if you go this route. Depending on the club and/or member, these types of women may be referred to as: sweetbutts, pass arounds, turn outs, patch bunnies, bike hoppers, patch whore, club bunny, lay, club slut (this is not a full list, there’s tons of terms that mean the same thing as these). House Mouse’ role in an MC A house mouse is typically a younger female who will live with a member for free in exchange for cleaning and keeping up his house. Sometimes these girls are underage runaways, other times they’re similar to sweetbutts who just need a place to stay. The relationship between a house mouse and a member can be completely platonic or it can have a sexual aspect to it. Sometimes a house mouse might live with an Old Lady and her man, and she will help around their household doing chores and such. These types of females are typically respected and protected by the club. Citizen Wives' role in an MC There really isn’t a role for them in the club. These types are typically kept away (or voluntarily stay away) from all club business, events, and members. They do not get involved with their man’s club life at all. These types often just live at home and raise the family, and/or work a normal legal job. Do’s and Don’ts of being a female around an MC: Do support the club: wear supporter gear, go to events, make/bring food and drinks, socialize with other members and females (old ladies or even pass arounds) Do bond with the other old ladies and be open to learning the ropes from the ones who’ve been around longest. Do go to club events and on rides with your man. Do offer to plan events and/or help around the club house (cleaning, or restocking the bar etc). Do get to know your man’s brothers (other members of the club) but in an appropriate manner. Do show respect to members. They are your man’s brothers, the ones looking out for both him and you, being on their good side is beneficial to everyone. Do know your place in the club. As property you are not a member and you may not be included in the inner workings / goings on of the club and you should not try to force your way into knowing about such things. Do have your man’s back in sticky situations. For example, one time the cops came to a club business and began frisking members; my character’s old man was carrying an illegal handgun and he slipped it to her to hide. She would have gladly taken the fall for him if it came down to it, in order to protect him and the club from coming under further heat. Adding onto this - club businesses are sometimes transferred to member’s Properties in the event that they or the club ends up getting arrested/imprisoned - having the business in a non-member’s name keeps the asset from being seized and shut down. Don’t cause scenes: ie drama with other females (unless you’re intentionally doing it for RP sake, but be aware of the repercussions - being cast out / asked to stay away from future club events / gatherings or even being dumped by your man.) Don’t disrespect members. Ever. No matter how angry one makes you. Bite your tongue. This also includes - pulling weapons or hitting a member. Don’t do it. If you do, you’re risking your own life as it’s seen not only as disrespectful towards that member but to the club overall. Don’t disrespect your man in front of his brothers. If he tells you to do something in front of them (within reason), you should listen to him out of respect. If you have a problem that’s between you and your man, save it for when you’re home. You don’t need to emasculate him in front of his club - it looks bad on both of you and could lead to you losing respect and favor of other members. Don’t disrespect the patch / cut / vest / colors. Do not get your make up on it, do not spit or step on it in anger, do not desecrate it or damage it in any way. In some cases your man may not even want you touching it - for example if it’s sitting on a chair or something, he may want you to ask him to move it. This varies club to club and member to member - some guys may be cool with you touching it, others may be strict about it. When in doubt, ask your man. Don’t talk to those outside of the club about the club. This includes your friends, your family, strangers, cops, reporters, anyone. Anyone who is not in the club (or part of the family, ie other properties) does not need to know anything about the club, and if they want to know, you should direct them to ask your man. Don’t repeat anything your man has told you in private about the club. It’s not uncommon for a member to disclose some insider info to his old lady. He is not technically supposed to do that, because she is not a member, however sometimes men find solace in venting to their woman. Anything he says should stay between you and him. Even if other members of the club mention the thing you heard or ask you directly if he’s told you anything, you should keep it to yourself. Don’t ask about, snoop on, or get involved in ‘club business’. This means if, as mentioned above, you have knowledge about something going on in the club amongst members, you should not go out of your way to get involved / stick your nose into it. That is not to say you can’t be brought in to assist with something though, but you should wait for a member to ask/invite you to do so. Don’t give your man an ultimatum of “me or the club”. Most likely, he will go with the club. This one is more of an opinion but, consider the risks of wearing your property cut when you’re not around your man. You may not know who is an enemy to the club or your man and if you’re seen with his name on your back or the club’s name/logo, you could be making yourself a target. Ultimately it’s up to you when/where you want to wear it, but consider the risks beforehand and be prepared to handle them accordingly. So You Want to Become Property? Here’s How to Start: Obviously to start this, you’ll need to get to know members of a club. They can be tricky to find, but one sure fire way to probably find some members is to look for a line up of bikes parked outside of a business. Don’t be afraid to introduce yourself and ask what club they’re with - assuming they have a cut on (vest, colors, etc. many names for this as well). Once you get to know them better, ask about supporter gear - a lot of clubs sell t-shirts or hoodies that say “Support Your Local [Club Name]” or simply “SYL_” the last letter being the first letter of the club name. This shows your interest in the club and I’m sure whichever member you’re seeing will appreciate your support of that aspect of his life! Another way to meet members is to look for businesses they may own. A lot of clubs own bars, strip clubs, garages, and gyms (not limited to these but these are the common ones). Most likely a few members will be hanging out at, or even operating these businesses. A third way to meet members is to watch for ads on social media (facebrowser) advertising club rides or events that they are hosting and then attend those events! Some things to be careful of when you’re going for a property patch are: Does the member you’re getting to know even want property? Or to date someone seriously? Or are they looking for a quick hook up? If it’s the latter option, you will likely not be considered as a potential for being property, and if his brothers find out he hooked up with you, they may not be interested in seeing you seriously either. With some clubs/members the simple act of riding on a member's bike with him can be viewed as a sign of you seeing that member. It may be in your best interest to NOT ride with a member until you’re sure they’re the one for you. Otherwise, if things don’t pan out and you now start riding with another member, you may be viewed as a “bike hopper” which as stated above can be a type of sweetbutt. Try to avoid dating members from different clubs at the same time. Some clubs may not get along with each other and if one or the other finds out you’ve been seen with the opposing club, you may be burned with that club or even both. How to get a property patch? Really there’s not much you can do besides support the member of the club you’re dating, get to know the other members, show you’re serious and trustworthy, and follow the rules above. Ultimately it will be up to your man and the club to decide if you are worthy of wearing a property patch. Typically the process is something like: you date the member for awhile, he may or may not ask if you’d wear his ‘property of’ patch, he brings it up in church/a club meeting (this varies club to club, sometimes there is a vote, sometimes there isn’t) and they vote whether you deserve to rock the property patch or not, if the vote passes you’ll be presented with the ‘property of’ vest, if the vote doesn’t pass you may just need more time proving yourself to the club or getting to know members and showing them you’re a good fit to bring into the family. A note on DRESSING properly while riding a motorcycle: I've seen it a ton (and been guilty of doing it myself), where females around clubs will wear dresses, heels, short shorts, skirts, etc. while riding with a member. This is somewhat unrealistic and would also be very dangerous if it were IRL. If you're wearing a skirt/dress, it's very difficult to straddle a motorcycle & ride behind someone - your dress or skirt will ride up and possibly show whatever you have on underneath for anyone/everyone on the road to see. Wearing shorts poses danger because if you were to get in an accident, or your man accidentally lays out his bike, you're going to burn the absolutely hell out of your legs (also known as road rash - google it if you don't understand the severity of this). Additionally, while wearing shorts you can also get burnt by various parts of the bike if you were to accidentally brush against them (the exhaust pipe for example). Proper footwear is also very important - heels and flip flops are not very secure footwear and you risk losing one in the midst of riding. I'd recommend going with sneakers or boots. Another thing to consider is the time of year - is it summer and very hot or is it fall/winter and cold? Riding on a motorcycle you get a lot of air so during colder seasons, it will feel even colder due to the air rushing by you and you'll likely want to be bundled up from head to toe (leather jacket, gloves, face covering/helmet, long thick pants, boots). In conclusion - be aware of the risks certain clothing items have and make those choices with intention! Now, let's talk hair... I know we all love our hair looking pretty and styled nice, but the amount of wind you get while riding a motorcycle will mess up your hair. Your best bet is to tie your hair back for the ride and then let it down afterwards to prevent some nasty tangles! TIP: /hairtie braids works best with a helmet! Sources and further reading material: Biker Chick Definitions according to Biker Trash Network (Some of these I don’t personally entirely agree with) Just a nice little blurb from a biker about Property Rules Bikers make their WAGS follow (again some of these I don’t personally agree with, and again it'll vary from club/member, but there are a few good ones here!) In depth essay about the various roles of women around MC's Hope this guide was helpful and if there's any further questions, feel free to comment and I'll do my best to answer them! Have fun biker babes 💜
  8. How do people in biker gangs afford their lifestyle? By: Joshua Correa (Posted at 3:26 PM, Mar 15, 2021 and last updated 8:56 PM, Mar 15, 2021) LOS SANTOS COUNTY, SAN ANDREAS — While the criminal enterprises on wheels, also known as outlaw motorcycle gangs are steady developing their networks, for many it remains unknown what are their primary sources of income. We've interviewed a couple of former club members and their relatives. "My husband was with Devil's Advocates, and we were in that lifestyle for nearly a decade. Here's a news flash. Most of these guys have jobs, have wives with jobs, or have some other normal means of making ends meet. Maybe some of them are making a living the way I keep hearing police and media say they do, but the majority of the ones I knew personally had jobs, pensions, disability payments, one sugar momma, temp jobs like painting or fixing automobiles, or had wives who made good money and didn't seem to mind funding the lifestyle for the both of them. Cops pay way more attention to outlaw bikers than any of the other kinds. If a large group of guys were all making a living dealing drugs and pimping out women, paying for Harley's with large amounts of unexplained cash, how many members of the club would be left?" "Not everyone is good and honest, but neither is everybody in anything else. There’s not necessarily good people in everything, but everybody else shouldn’t be smothered because of what a couple people are doing. It’s like anything else." Shower of bullets leaves one injured on a Friday night. By: Lucas Green (Posted at 9:00 PM, Dec 5, 2019 and last updated 11:20 PM, Dec 6, 2019) LOS SANTOS COUNTY, SAN ANDREAS — A man was shot while driving in Harmony on a Friday evening authorities said. Victim is in a stable condition. The 51-year-old man was shot just before 6 p.m. Friday as he drove in the 6100 block of Joshua Road. Two other people in the vehicle with him were not hurt. Authorities said it appears some other people were involved in a shootout on the street and the man was hit by a stray bullet. He was able to drive to the Harmony police station for help and was taken to a hospital. The people involved in the shootout fled before police arrived on the scene and there were no signs any of them were injured, authorities said. A motive has been determined for the shootout, however the police hasn't yet released any explanations. It is rumoured that the shootout took place in a middle of a conflict between two rivals motorcycle clubs. No arrests have been made yet. Police and Crime Stoppers of Los Santos County are offering up to $5,000 in reward money in shooting for information leading to the arrest of the suspects. Anyone with information may call police at 510-238-3426 or Crime Stoppers at 510-777-8572. We are striving to realistically portray The Devil's Advocates Motorcycle Club in a realistic setting of LS County and it's surrounding area. We're aiming for a correct portrayal and realistic roleplay over everything else. We want to create a realistic motorcycle club ecosystem, one that can vividly depict the life of modern-day outlaws. We want to develop a faction that acts as an umbrella for different characters and concepts. It also must be noted that we're not your typical OMG, engaging into reckless acts and huge scale bashes with the colours on. The club we're portraying is heavily secretive and will be portrayed this way. The recruitment is done strictly via affiliation. If you have any questions in regards to the factions and how to approach us, you can PM myself or i don't wanna od in LA.
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