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Very Curious

Alamogordo, NM

#1 Feb 24, 2010
For all of its good and bad points Alamogordo is what it is. Lately however, I've noticed several members of an organized motorcycle gang that now seems to reside here.

Gang members come and go but this is the first time I've seen these riders in Alamo. The sheriffs department is aware of six total members but I'm curious about why they're here, how many there are, and why now?

The member I saw is a one percenter which means he's 'done work' for the club and is an established member of good standing.

Think this does not effect you? Well see what happens when you're bumbling around in the Walmart parking lot without your teeth and driving glasses and accidently pull to close to one of them or look at one the wrong way.

So Alamogordan's when you're ready to take a break from carrying your guns down at the local park, and attempting to oust the school superintendent, ask local law enforcement about what's going on in the community with the Bandido's Motorcycle gang.

You see what they did in Belen or did you?

“Oh well ”

Since: Jan 09

Alamogordo

#2 Feb 24, 2010
Bandido Bandido Bandido

Mufasa Mufasa Mufasa
Michael Morris

Modesto, CA

#3 Feb 24, 2010
Very Curious wrote:
For all of its good and bad points Alamogordo is what it is. Lately however, I've noticed several members of an organized motorcycle gang that now seems to reside here.
Gang members come and go but this is the first time I've seen these riders in Alamo. The sheriffs department is aware of six total members but I'm curious about why they're here, how many there are, and why now?
The member I saw is a one percenter which means he's 'done work' for the club and is an established member of good standing.
Think this does not effect you? Well see what happens when you're bumbling around in the Walmart parking lot without your teeth and driving glasses and accidently pull to close to one of them or look at one the wrong way.
So Alamogordan's when you're ready to take a break from carrying your guns down at the local park, and attempting to oust the school superintendent, ask local law enforcement about what's going on in the community with the Bandido's Motorcycle gang.
You see what they did in Belen or did you?
I am certain they are just here visiting a friend in need. Why do you fear them so? You haven't done them or a friend wrong have you?
Lowglow

Green Ridge, MO

#4 Feb 24, 2010
Bike Clubs are really no big deal anymore, most of them are just a bunch of buddies that like to ride together, unless you want to call the hundreds of Veterans Biker Clubs Gangs.

“Our nearest star”

Since: May 09

Alamogordo, NM

#5 Feb 24, 2010
There is also the Christian Motorcyclist Association; another organized group of riders and {big gasp} registered members of the Alamogordo Chamber of Commerce!

ROFLMAO

“Our nearest star”

Since: May 09

Alamogordo, NM

#6 Feb 24, 2010
BTW Very Curious, I guess you never heard of the Huns? They've been here for as long as I can remember.

Maybe you should keep your glasses ON so you don't run into a bike.

“Our nearest star”

Since: May 09

Alamogordo, NM

#8 Feb 24, 2010
Pay attention wrote:
barb moore wrote: Nothing as usual typical nonsense.
I get what the poster is saying. Don't have an answer. For those of you who don't I suggest you study up.
Lowglow..there is a difference between clubs and gangs...so don't go there because you're talking through your own tube.
RTLLTR
I suggest you "study up". The Huns have been here a hell of a lot longer than any Bandito.

http://www.thehunsmc.com/
OHMY

Alamogordo, NM

#9 Feb 24, 2010
I am a biker and i think you are an idiot. We have as much right to be here as you or anyone else for that matter. Yes a 1%er has done work for the club and most of them wont f**k with you unless you give them a reason to....so in other words keep talking about something you know nothing about.
Very Curious wrote:
For all of its good and bad points Alamogordo is what it is. Lately however, I've noticed several members of an organized motorcycle gang that now seems to reside here.
Gang members come and go but this is the first time I've seen these riders in Alamo. The sheriffs department is aware of six total members but I'm curious about why they're here, how many there are, and why now?
The member I saw is a one percenter which means he's 'done work' for the club and is an established member of good standing.
Think this does not effect you? Well see what happens when you're bumbling around in the Walmart parking lot without your teeth and driving glasses and accidently pull to close to one of them or look at one the wrong way.
So Alamogordan's when you're ready to take a break from carrying your guns down at the local park, and attempting to oust the school superintendent, ask local law enforcement about what's going on in the community with the Bandido's Motorcycle gang.
You see what they did in Belen or did you?
OHMY

Alamogordo, NM

#10 Feb 24, 2010
Lowglow wrote:
Bike Clubs are really no big deal anymore, most of them are just a bunch of buddies that like to ride together, unless you want to call the hundreds of Veterans Biker Clubs Gangs.
Exactly...thank you

“Our nearest star”

Since: May 09

Alamogordo, NM

#11 Feb 24, 2010
Very Curious wrote:
For all of its good and bad points Alamogordo is what it is. Lately however, I've noticed several members of an organized motorcycle gang that now seems to reside here.
Gang members come and go but this is the first time I've seen these riders in Alamo. The sheriffs department is aware of six total members but I'm curious about why they're here, how many there are, and why now?
The member I saw is a one percenter which means he's 'done work' for the club and is an established member of good standing.
Think this does not effect you? Well see what happens when you're bumbling around in the Walmart parking lot without your teeth and driving glasses and accidently pull to close to one of them or look at one the wrong way.
So Alamogordan's when you're ready to take a break from carrying your guns down at the local park, and attempting to oust the school superintendent, ask local law enforcement about what's going on in the community with the Bandido's Motorcycle gang.
You see what they did in Belen or did you?
Might do you good to read the Alamogordo Daily News Event Calendar:

http://www.alamogordonews.com/alamogordo-comm...

Sat. Feb 27th

The Alamogordo Annual Bike Blessing will be held at Alameda Park with a check-in time of 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. The Bike Blessing will begin at 11 a.m. and continue until completed. Following the Bike Blessing, everyone is invited to purchase a meal ticket from the Bandidos Motorcycle Club and join in the parade to their clubhouse for bratwurst, beans, and drinks. Suggested donation for the meal is $5. This event will occur regardless of weather conditions. All are welcome to attend. CMAers grab your bike blessing stickers and plan to be on hand to bless bikes and their riders. For more information, call Chuck Maler at
4 3 7 - 5 2 8 0.
joe not Joe

Santa Fe, NM

#12 Feb 24, 2010
Lowglow wrote:
Bike Clubs are really no big deal anymore, most of them are just a bunch of buddies that like to ride together, unless you want to call the hundreds of Veterans Biker Clubs Gangs.
I happen to be a member of the American Legion Riders, we are not a gang We do get together once a month , weather permitting and take rides. We also raise money to purchase items for Operation Wounded Warrior for our wounded troops at Brooke Army Medical Center, There were about 50 somethiing of us took the ride to San Antonio last Oct we will do it this coming Oct also, We took over $100.000 worth of items last year. We also have a highway cleanup on hy 70 east of Tularosa,and we do lots of community stuff u never hear about. Most bikers I know do not commit crimes. I don't know any Banditos personally but I do not fear them.And yes the Huns have been here forever.
joe not Joe

Santa Fe, NM

#13 Feb 24, 2010
Soory about that.
Be Alert

Tularosa, NM

#14 Feb 24, 2010
The term "1 percenter" refers to the left-overs from the 99% of bikers who love their bikes, love to ride, and enjoy the company of other like-minded bikers.

One-percenters dabble in drug trafficking, arms trafficking, conspiracy, extortion, murder, money laundering, trafficking in stolen property, and witness tampering.
joe not Joe wrote:
<quoted text> I happen to be a member of the American Legion Riders, we are not a gang We do get together once a month , weather permitting and take rides. We also raise money to purchase items for Operation Wounded Warrior for our wounded troops at Brooke Army Medical Center, There were about 50 somethiing of us took the ride to San Antonio last Oct we will do it this coming Oct also, We took over $100.000 worth of items last year. We also have a highway cleanup on hy 70 east of Tularosa,and we do lots of community stuff u never hear about. Most bikers I know do not commit crimes. I don't know any Banditos personally but I do not fear them.And yes the Huns have been here forever.

“Our nearest star”

Since: May 09

Alamogordo, NM

#15 Feb 24, 2010
Be Alert wrote:
The term "1 percenter" refers to the left-overs from the 99% of bikers who love their bikes, love to ride, and enjoy the company of other like-minded bikers.
One-percenters dabble in drug trafficking, arms trafficking, conspiracy, extortion, murder, money laundering, trafficking in stolen property, and witness tampering.
<quoted text>
http://www.outlawsmc.no/today.htm

What is a Outlaws MC 1%er Today

by Vulture 1%er

If you read the papers or listen to the news, the media and law enforcement agents have redefined the term "1%er".

As we all know the term was first used in the 60ís to describe some of the people that attended the motorcycle events back then. The AMA (American Motorcycle Association) stated that 99% of the people at their events were god fearing and family oriented. The other 1%er were hard riding, hard partying, non mainstream type people. Thus the term 1%er was born. Some of the early bikers embraced the term and decided to call themselves 1%ers.

It did not mean that they were law breakers or low life individuals. They were simply men that rode their motorcycles seven days a week in all kinds of weather, liked to drink and raise a little hell. Sometime during the 80ís law enforcement changed the meaning of the 1%er to what they wanted it to represent. It didnít matter that their meaning was incorrect, they just spoon fed it to the general public and the courts as they had so many other things.

The Outlaws Motorcycle Club is rich in history and tradition. One of those traditions is the wearing of a 1%er patch on our vests and referring to ourselves as a 1%er club. The 1%er definition as we see it is one that explains our commitment to Biking and Brotherhood. We ride our motorcycles every day rain or shine. We ride thousands of miles each year with our Brothers to attend parties, social events, funerals and just plain spending time together. We work, have families and do all the things that our neighbors do. In addition to that we belong to a Brotherhood that we are able to combine with our day to day lives.

To say that 1%erís are criminals or people of a lesser moral code than the rest of society is a tainted opinion. The Outlaws Motorcycle Club is not a criminal organization. It is a motorcycle club. We have learned from the mistakes in our past and have worked quite hard to make our club a leader in the efforts of many clubs and bikers to insure that the 1%er lifestyle will continue to grow and stay a part of tradition for the coming generations of those bikers that have the same commitment to Biking and Brotherhood that the past and present 1%erís have left to them.

We may not live by the rules of society, but we do live by itís laws.

“You cant handle the truth”

Since: Jun 09

Albuquerque, NM

#16 Feb 24, 2010
Military members have been briefed by OSI to watch out for this gang as they tend to be violent and one military member had to be rescued by OSI at jerry's from being beat down by these gang members because he accidently spilled a drink on one of their women. If OSI is taking an interest then i am as well.

People that have lived here can keep putting the blinders on all they want this town is becoming more and more dangerous when it comes to the criminal element.

“Our nearest star”

Since: May 09

Alamogordo, NM

#17 Feb 24, 2010
Sorry, I judge the bikers by the good they do such as toy runs, food drives, etc. Most of them are everyday people who love to ride.
Lowglow

Green Ridge, MO

#18 Feb 24, 2010
Joe,
When I was a kid my Dad rode for a Club called the Dayton Outlaws, they were a pretty rough bunch, but they would give you the shirt off their backs in a heartbeat.
Anyways Joe, if you get the chance, look up a Club called the Patriot Riders, and check them out, bunch of nice folks.
joe not Joe wrote:
<quoted text> I happen to be a member of the American Legion Riders, we are not a gang We do get together once a month , weather permitting and take rides. We also raise money to purchase items for Operation Wounded Warrior for our wounded troops at Brooke Army Medical Center, There were about 50 somethiing of us took the ride to San Antonio last Oct we will do it this coming Oct also, We took over $100.000 worth of items last year. We also have a highway cleanup on hy 70 east of Tularosa,and we do lots of community stuff u never hear about. Most bikers I know do not commit crimes. I don't know any Banditos personally but I do not fear them.And yes the Huns have been here forever.
Lola

Midlothian, TX

#19 Feb 24, 2010
I have a friend in the Patriot Guard Riders, they are such a devoted group that love our Country.

Here is the web page I found, hope it helps.

http://www.patriotguard.org/
BIAP Driver

Albuquerque, NM

#20 Feb 24, 2010
alamo_airforce wrote:
Military members have been briefed by OSI to watch out for this gang as they tend to be violent and one military member had to be rescued by OSI at jerry's from being beat down by these gang members because he accidently spilled a drink on one of their women. If OSI is taking an interest then i am as well.
People that have lived here can keep putting the blinders on all they want this town is becoming more and more dangerous when it comes to the criminal element.
Are you claiming OSI is conducting military rescue operations at the local bar?
When did OSI get authority to target bikers off base?
joe not Joe

Santa Fe, NM

#21 Feb 25, 2010
Be Alert wrote:
The term "1 percenter" refers to the left-overs from the 99% of bikers who love their bikes, love to ride, and enjoy the company of other like-minded bikers.
One-percenters dabble in drug trafficking, arms trafficking, conspiracy, extortion, murder, money laundering, trafficking in stolen property, and witness tampering.
<quoted text>
Yes I knew that but thought most in here did too>

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