Hell's Angel: The Life and Times of Sonny Barger and the Hell's Angels Motorcycle Club - Chapter 8: Running through the Jungle, Porterville, and Shooting Pool with an Automatic Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8: Running through the Jungle, Porterville, and Shooting Pool with an Automatic Summary and Analysis

In the early days of the Angels, bike runs were relatively short and rarely took bikers outside of California. In modern times, the runs are usually cross-country and take a week or two to complete. There are also world runs that are held in Europe, Canada, Australia or South America. In addition to long runs, the Angels liked the Bakersfield drags. When Oakland charter members showed up, they never went unnoticed. They had the longest hair and the most modified bikes. The guys usually got in bar fights.

The Oakland cops were always after the Angels, handing out phony traffic tickets and phony citations. The members would often get in fist-fights with cops in bars or at other hangouts...

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