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Old 06-04-2008, 02:24 AM   #21
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Old 06-04-2008, 06:55 AM   #22
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so i have heard a little but still dont know much what yall know about em
do you mean to search for Bandido bikers ?

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Old 06-04-2008, 06:57 AM   #23
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I got buzzed by a bandido one afternoon, whilst tooling on my turbo harley and wearing my club colors, and I buzzed him back at 130+.
was funny at the time, I was like a blur to him i'll bet.
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Some in Baytown control the meth in this area. They are big into drugs.
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Old 06-04-2008, 07:54 AM   #25
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The guy that started the club as you would call it lived in my old hood. I went to school with his son. They were into the trafficing and control of drugs in the area. They did a bust a few years back and took about 15 of them down. Also my ex-gf's stepdad was a 1%r. They go hand in hand with the Bandidos like Fritos. Lol. Some are cool and others not so much. Some can be . But no different from any other group really.

I had a good time passing them in the Hill country in my truck with bikes in tow. slow mother f'Ride Smart.
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haha my uncle is good friends with most of them guys. .. they threw a party in galveston at some club called LAZY OAKS ... it was nuts !
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Old 06-04-2008, 10:30 AM   #27
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What they are today aren't what they were in the past... they began when they were rejected by the hells angels due to their ethnicity.... hence the reason why there is and has always been bad relations. Hist channel always shows the hells angels/bandido stories etc...

In all honestly, around here its not like the california blood lines. At the ROT rally etc sport bikers usually have more problems with weekend harley cruisers whom think they r the chit and wanna act all tough. I get along w everyone but it people wanna be stupid I have been known to drop IQ temporarily
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thats the funny thing; their last biggest brawl was in Las Vegas at a casino and only fists were thrown...

take that back; there was a knife involved
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I can't really say much about the Bandidos that hasn't allready been mentioned. I agree things are much more low key with them these days. Never hear much about them. As caligonetx said the history channel has great shows on biker gangs or clubs if that is what you choose to call them. The Hells Angels has an very long history with drugs, violence, etc And ties with the mafia. I'd rather spit in Chuck Liddel's face than bump into a 's Angel! Stay the away from those cats!
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I had gone to an after the party *party* after Baytown Power & Chrome opened up a few years back. My brother had painted a few bikes for some members. That was a helluva crazy time!!! We were met at the road that led to the party by about 6 of them strapped w/ AK's and Uzi's who called into the compound to see if we were cool. I was a lotta concerned cause it took about 10 mins. before they confirmed that we were *ok* to enter the party..
After that it was all cool with the strippers and the kegs and the food and band ...... well you get the picture.
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thats the funny thing; their last biggest brawl was in Las Vegas at a casino and only fists were thrown...

take that back; there was a knife involved
sure about that? Seems i remember that there was a big thing witht he hells angels and the mongols at a vegas casino where i think one or 2 of each were killed a few years back.
I am thinking that the bandidos founding member was from santa fe texas.
they are still 1% ers
Back in the early days of honda there were comercials out that 99% of all cylists were great people hence where the 1% thingee came along.
I am tryiing to go from memory now and i can't remember my own name half the time.
I went to pelican junction out baytown way maybe 3 years ago to a bandito appreciation rally on my v-max. Was wanting to get a patch sewn on my jacket, My yamaha among maybe 200 harley banditos.
I accidently left my key sitting on the seat. and an hour later it was still there.
no problems but i would not mess with them. If u mess with one u have the whole group stomping ya. Have seen several carring small ball peen hammers attached to their belt. guess it's a legal weapon for them.
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^^^^ I stand corrected; it was the mongols I was thinking about all along... Good catch...
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no problems but i would not mess with them. If u mess with one u have the whole group stomping ya. Have seen several carring small ball peen hammers attached to their belt. guess it's a legal weapon for them.
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Old 06-05-2008, 09:28 AM   #36
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its all about respect, most of them know a different kind of respect, earned the hard way mostly but thats their lifestyle. Once you earn one of the ranking officers respect you will be ok, but mostly stay away from them they are not stable people. ( who is?)lol
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They attacked a friend of mine and beat him pretty bad and put him in the hospital just because they did not like the way he passed them in his truck. They are all in jail. They are a modern hells angels so to speak. They can make your life a living if you mess with them.
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