Iron Horsemen

United States

#64 Feb 2, 2009
ale81lol wrote:
bs i know the last liveing mimber of the ky chapter tommy marten he is the only one that could even start up anouther chapter here n winchester he has told me some FUCKED UP STORYS lol but he is a really cool guy
If he is the last living member fot eh KY chapter than who are all of my brothers i see everyday. Must be ghost of past Iron Horsemen. You do know there is more than one chapter in KY right? IHFFIH


Since: Feb 09


#65 Feb 3, 2009
na i cant rember them but im 15 n well from wat i have herd from family n close frind they were heavy but idk

United States

#66 Feb 23, 2009
i remember t.tom lived next door to him on maple st.good kids use to go to his apt. and watch cartoons on tv.he was allway there if you needed husband worked nights and tom would come to my apt. to or three times and check on me and my kids called him uncle tom.and they never forgot him.they stilll talk about tom.he was loved by many,

Franklin, OH

#67 Jun 22, 2009
Scared is what they are they have sucked up to the outlaws in cincinnati because they are affraid of another club. They were riding together friday.
big boy

Winchester, KY

#68 Jun 22, 2009
my uncle ernie christopher ran with them for awhile, i remember


#69 Jun 24, 2009
long time

Winchester, KY

#70 Jun 24, 2009
i remrmber the horseman from when kenny rose was president.
if i remember right he got life in the pen, i dont know if he ever got out or not.

Phenix City, AL

#71 Jun 24, 2009

Pretty interesting.
makes me smile


#72 Jun 24, 2009
they reminded me of the motorcycle gang that was in the clint eastwood movie with the chimp...
yes star

Winchester, KY

#73 Jun 25, 2009
STAR wrote:
yes and cheryl, they were friends of my sister.
yes star

Winchester, KY

#74 Jun 25, 2009
jimmy wrote: /
Pretty interesting.
very cool, thanks for sharing! I remember the red, white and blue 1 patches sewn on everything from the 70's. Do you know if they stood for anything in particular, like the 1% outlaw or what did they signify? I was just a kid then but those pics have jogged my memory...

Lawrenceville, GA

#75 Jun 25, 2009
From Wikipedia

One Percenters

The term "One-Percenter" was coined after an incident in Hollister, California in 1947[14][15] which was dubbed the Hollister riot. Whether or not an actual riot occurred is debatable, but there was a motorcycle rally in Hollister from July 4 to July 6 of that year that was attended by about 4000 people. Several newspaper articles were written that, according to some attendees, sensationalized the event and Life magazine ran an article and a staged photograph of an intoxicated subject on a motorcycle parked in a bar. The film The Wild One, starring Marlon Brando, was inspired by the event, and it became the first in a series of movies that depicted bikers and members of motorcycle clubs in this stereotypical manner. The press asked the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) to comment on the Hollister incident and their response[citation needed] was that 99% of motorcyclists were law-abiding citizens, and the last one percent were outlaws. Thus was born the term, "one percenter". They are also known as "Outlaw Motorcycle Gang" or (OMG) according to the ATF[16].

One-percenter MCs (OMCs) do not allow women to become full-patch members[17][18][19][20], rather, women are submissive to the men[21], treated as property, victimized by forcing them into prostitution or street level drug traffickers, and are often physically and sexually abused[22]. Any pay women receive is given to their individual men and sometimes to the entire club[23]. Women's roles as obedient followers, and their status as objects, make these groups extremely gender segregated[24].

Membership in what authorities term "Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs" is often racist as well[25]. For example, membership in the Hells Angels is not open to African-Americans[26][27] or Hispanics[28], which has led to creation of rival clubs such as the Bandidos and the Mongols Motorcycle Club[29]. MC members are not usually referred to by their given names, but instead refer to each other by nicknames, or road names, sometimes even displaying their road name on the club vest. Whether or not this practice was carried over from the military aviation history of colorful pilot callsigns is not known.
yes star

Winchester, KY

#76 Jun 25, 2009
I had read about the 1% patch but thought it was white background with a blue diamond around it like this... en/art/?368
I wonder if the red, white and blue was just seventies style...

London, KY

#77 Jun 25, 2009
they were all rats good ridance.
Iron Horsemen

United States

#78 Jul 5, 2009
Was there just a couple days ago...where were all of you at to come throw stones at me :)

Richmond, KY

#79 Jul 5, 2009
the ones that are takeing are full of shit because they dont know what they are taking about they are still arouhd so stop running your mouth ass

Lexington, KY

#80 Jul 9, 2009
Anybody know sticker? Iron horseman around northern Ky. My Uncle, he passed a couple of years ago, good man.

Lexington, KY

#81 Jul 9, 2009
arasjune wrote:
My dad has been the president of a Horsemen chapter in Cincinnatti for years, he was good friends with typical tom ans some others from Winchester and met my mom down here, his name is Good Time Charlie. He's very loyal to his club, almost too loyal it got in the way so much of him being a good dad. I can say though that in times of need he was there and I never had any problems, he would just trail to wincity with his probationars and everything would be cool.
Hey arasjune,

ask around, see if anyone knows Sticker. He is my uncle who passed a few years ago, he was a horseman.

Unknown Friend

Lexington, KY

#82 Jul 9, 2009
I never personally knew any of them, did have medicinal encounters with them on Foster. Ave. and at a couple parties. 77-79 erra.
What I recall the most was a young girl named Angie Singleton that was frequently drugged, used and abused by them.
Bald Knob near Frankfort

Lexington, KY

#83 Jul 9, 2009
I had a friend who lived out in Frankfort who always talked about the Iron Horseman. Oddly enough none of the names ever sounded similar. I reckon the Bald Knob Frankfort Chapter was a different one than we had here in Winchester.

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