Post-war America saw the rise of motorcyle gangs. Disgruntled vets who didn’t fit into normal society got on their bikes, forming brotherhoods of men who called themselves 1%ers – guys who refused to fit in with 99% of the world. They go by many names – The Mongols, The Warlocks, The Outlaws, The Bandidos. Each proud to wear the three-piece patch with their gang name, symbol and territory. Each fighting for dominance in their chosen state – because there’s more at stake than just pride. Theft, drug-dealing, gun-running, racketeering, prostitution, murder. The stakes are high. Now the bikers themselves step up to reveal the inner workings of their deadly lifestyle; the undercover cops come out of the darkness to reveal the lengths they had to go to in order to break the gangs; and ex-gang members, still in fear for their lives, speak out about the hell on earth that is the life of the Outlaw Bikers.
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This was a fantastic DVD! I really enjoyed watching this and learning of the warfare between rival biker gangs. I recommend this to anyone into biker DVDs.
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