We're not as bad as you Fink: Inside the infamous outlaw bikie gang.........

We're not as bad as you Fink: Inside the infamous outlaw bikie gang whose leaders insist they're just 'ordinary blokes' not criminals - so why the face masks then, guys?

 
  • Fink Motorcycle Club opened their doors to Daily Mail Australia 'to prove they are just normal guys'
  • Club has more than 2000 members and claim strict laws don't detour them from 'being mates'
  • Finks have been active in Sydney for 50 years - but are no longer based out of clubhouses
  • The club's 'gang' status means most of the members are banned from talking to each other, or 'consorting' 
  • Some bikie gangs are involved in drugs, murder, extortion and other organised criminal activity in Australia
 

He's a 20-year veteran of the Finks outlaw motorcycle club, standing well over six feet tall with a big, bushy beard and dressed head-to-toe in the uniform - 'colours' - of his group.

He insists he is just a 'normal bloke' and father who happens to like big-bore bikes and hanging out with like-minded mates.

'I work full time, I have a mortgage and when I get home I have to mow the lawn just like anyone else,' Big M told Daily Mail Australia in an interview club members almost never give.

'I'm not making drugs in my back shed or acting as a stand-over man - in fact, we try not to let guys like that into the club.'

The Finks Motorcycle Club is still about mateship and the brotherhood according to members who are upset with how the club lifestyle has changed in recent times

The Finks Motorcycle Club is still about mateship and the brotherhood according to members who are upset with how the club lifestyle has changed in recent times

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