15 Facts The Pagan's Motorcycle Club Keeps Quiet About

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As one of the most notorious biker clubs in America, the Pagans have plenty of things to keep on the DL. In this list, we bring some of them to light.
 

Becoming a member of a motorcycle club is a friendly escape for many people. It's a pleasant weekend diversion from their normal life. But for a select few, it becomes a way of life...for better or for worse. A member of an outlaw motorcycle gang is asked to make a commitment that is stronger than their marriage or their job. They swear to look after the health and safety of their brothers and the whole organization itself. This is made more difficult and dangerous by the existence of rival motorcycle clubs.

One of the most prominent organizations is the Pagan's Motorcycle Club. A long-standing group with a fascinating history, the Pagan's take their place in club culture VERY seriously. As such, they're not afraid of pushing the boundaries of what is safe or proper or legal. You won't catch them talking a lot about it, but here's what we know.

 

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