14 Little Known Facts About The Grim Reapers Motorcycle Club

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(pics) --- You've probably already heard about this notorious motorcycle club, but here are 14 interesting facts about the Grim Reapers that are kept on the DL.

Motorcycle Clubs aren’t everyone’s cup of tea. There are rules to be followed and a rather stringent code of conduct – so don’t believe everything you see in your favorite MC TV series, Sons of Anarchy. Getting into a motorcycle club isn’t easy, and strangely enough, neither is leaving – so you better be prepared to be in for the long haul. There is also the not-so-great tag attached to being part of an MC, even if most of them are legal and well within their rights.

Of course, not every motorcycle club is legal, and many of them have plenty of run-ins with the law. Take the case of the Grim Reapers Motorcycle Club; they're notorious outlaws who have had plenty of trouble with authorities. Though, other than that, little is known about this motorcycle club, such as their history or why they're known as one-percenters. So,  here are 14 interesting facts about the Grim Reapers MC that are kept on the DL.

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