The Last LOUD Ride for a Local Hells Angels Biker

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It was a heavy metal thunder funeral procession with more than one hundred Harleys and Hells Angels bikers wearing their club colours in Edmonton last night.

Dozens of Hells Angels and their biker associates gathered at a club house off 66th Street in north Edmonton before the rumbling ride to the Edmonton Cemetery on 107th Avenue near 118th Street. Police put the bike count at 110 or more and most of the riders were displaying Hells Angels or affiliated colours on their leather vests. The Harleys fired up and made their way into the heart of the city for the last ride of a man believed to be an influential local biker.

Police assisted the Hells Angels with traffic control as required at key intersections and as one officer says “they were respectful to us and we were respectful to them.”  The heavy metal procession caught the eyes of hundreds of people who saw and heard the bikers passing by.

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