Pagans at Cole Harley Davidson

Pagans at Cole Harley Davidson

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Brakepad

Beckley, WV

#1 Jun 26, 2010
I went to Cole's Harley Davidson Saturday June the
26th and there where 3 Pagans garding the gate to the parking lot. What gives? Have they gone over to the dark side? I think this is unacceptable for a Harley Davidson Dealer. I will not be going back.
Yup

Craigsville, VA

#2 Jun 27, 2010
Yea what's up with that y are they in town?

“I'm just like you!”

Since: Jun 10

ourkansas

#3 Jun 27, 2010
Did they have battle axes or were they shooting fireballs what type of pagans are we talking about here?
Level 4

Since: May 10

Cincinnati, OH

#4 Jun 27, 2010
They were NOT guarding the gates, They were parking bikes. There was free food and drink, music and good company. You should have stopped in and hung out with them, it was a real good time.
Level 4

Since: May 10

Cincinnati, OH

#5 Jun 27, 2010
Brakepad wrote:
I went to Cole's Harley Davidson Saturday June the
26th and there where 3 Pagans garding the gate to the parking lot. What gives? Have they gone over to the dark side? I think this is unacceptable for a Harley Davidson Dealer. I will not be going back.
This comment is stupid, you could see it was a party and everyone was welcome. I believe you are just trying to stir up bad feelings and negative post. You were welcome and would have enjoyed the food and company if you would have stopped in.
I have never been to a harley dealership that was so friendly and helpful. I will remember them the next time I buy a bike or need to have service work done. 5 stars to cole... good job guys!
True

Maysel, WV

#6 Jun 27, 2010
Well, using Pagans is ONE way to bring drugs to the area. Go figure.
Ariel

Brentwood, TN

#7 Jun 27, 2010
Definitely trying to stir things up.. This is ridiculous.. Geez! I have seen people of many walks of life and don't look at any of them differently.. Grow up!
True

Maysel, WV

#8 Jun 27, 2010
I what AM grown. I look at "walks of life" and what they represent, but that is another topic. I am free to state that I don't welcome or cater to gang members & what I think about them "hanging out" at a "reputable dealership". YOU GROW UP! Wisdom comes with age.
a_b_c

Princeton, WV

#9 Jun 27, 2010
True wrote:
Well, using Pagans is ONE way to bring drugs to the area. Go figure.
i dont think theyre bringing drugs, if they have drugs theyre just adding, drugs are here because of half the people up on northside. and it runs right up bland and down on the ave
Ariel

Brentwood, TN

#10 Jun 27, 2010
Bahahaha.. I thought you meant people of the Pagan religion.. I had no idea of a motorcycle gang.. I'm watching videos about them now.. Scary, that's for sure..
Why would he do this

Princeton, WV

#11 Jun 27, 2010
So, you have to ask yourself, whats in it for Charlie Cole To invite an outlaw gang into our town. I hear he has invited them back for thier national meeting in AUG They expect to have between 2 and 4 thousand Pagans attend. Bluefield police had better pay attention.. I for one will not be back to Cole Harley Davidson until Charlie decides in which direction he want to take his store
ignorant

Lerona, WV

#12 Jun 27, 2010
I don't believe that for one minute.
welcome pagans

Athens, WV

#13 Jun 27, 2010
Why would he do this wrote:
So, you have to ask yourself, whats in it for Charlie Cole To invite an outlaw gang into our town. I hear he has invited them back for thier national meeting in AUG They expect to have between 2 and 4 thousand Pagans attend. Bluefield police had better pay attention.. I for one will not be back to Cole Harley Davidson until Charlie decides in which direction he want to take his store
if you don't want the pagans here feel free to stop them and let your feelings be known see how that goes for you. but that many comes here i just hope they stop at cowboy ups.
lol

Ruston, LA

#14 Jun 28, 2010
Why would he do this wrote:
So, you have to ask yourself, whats in it for Charlie Cole To invite an outlaw gang into our town. I hear he has invited them back for thier national meeting in AUG They expect to have between 2 and 4 thousand Pagans attend. Bluefield police had better pay attention.. I for one will not be back to Cole Harley Davidson until Charlie decides in which direction he want to take his store
ok Jim you tell them
BUCK IDIOT

Oak Ridge, TN

#15 Jun 28, 2010
What does a pagan look like,lol.
Resident

Greeneville, TN

#16 Jun 28, 2010
Posting or saying things about a company, dealership, organization, person or people when you dont have all of the facts, when all you know is that you saw 3 Pagan members standing at a gate at a Harley Davidson Dealership, those comments announce to the world your own ignorance!
And to all of you who will not go back to Cole because of some Pagans being there... that is the great thing about our country, YOU DON'T HAVE TO!
Why

Marion, VA

#17 Jun 28, 2010
Why are you guys worried about what Mr Cole brings here, his business is Bikes Bikers ride bikes. wtf are you people worried about, The pagans arent going to bother no one. we have other groups in the area some of greatest people on earth. Does riding a bike make you bad, Charlie and his family have been in our area for many years, do you honestly think that any one of them would do anything to hurt this area. They have only improved it. charlie is one of the nicest people in the world and loves this area, i thank him for staying in the area and building a business such as he has.
Brakepad

Beckley, WV

#18 Jun 28, 2010
There where 3 Pagan's at the gate and about 70
(as Stated by Bluefield Police) in the back parking lot. You have no idea what is going on here. The local motorcycle clubs know what their intent is.
The Pagans

Bluefield, WV

#19 Jun 28, 2010
The Pagans Motorcycle Club is a one-percenter motorcycle gang and organized crime syndicate formed by Lou Dobkin (or Dobkins) in 1959 in Prince George's County, Maryland.[1][5] Known simply as The Pagans colloquially, the club rapidly expanded and by 1965, the Pagans, originally clad in blue denim jackets and riding Triumphs, began to evolve along the lines of the stereotypical one percenter motorcycle club.[1]

The Pagans are categorized as an outlaw motorcycle gang by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. They are known to fight over territory with the Hells Angels (HAMC)[1] and other motorcycle clubs, such as Fates Assembly MC, who have since merged with the HAMC.[citation needed] They are active in eleven states; Delaware, Kentucky, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia.[6]
The Pagans

Bluefield, WV

#20 Jun 28, 2010
The Pagans MC patch depicts the Norse fire-giant Surtr[1] sitting on the sun, wielding a sword, plus the word Pagan's [sic] in red, white and blue. Unlike most one percenter motorcycle clubs, the Pagans do not include on their club insignia a bottom rocker indicating the geographical chapter of the member wearing the club's full patch. It is believed the club declines to follow this one percenter tradition because they do not want law enforcement to know what state chapters individual Pagans belong to. Members wear blue denim vests called cuts or cutoffs with club patches, known as colors, on the front and back and symbols of the Pagans also include a black number 13 on the back of their colors (indicating that they are affiliated with the club's Mother Chapter), the number "4" (which signifies the motto "live and die"), the number "5" (which signifies the Nazi SS motto), the number "7" (an "in memory of" patch) and the number "9" (the chapter with which the member is affiliated). Nazi or White supremacist patches are also common on the front of the cuts, as are tattoos reading "ARGO" (Ar Go Fuck Yourself) and "NUNYA" (Nun'Ya Fuckin' Business

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