Do you feel safe with motorcycle gang...

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#21 Dec 29, 2010
Larry wrote:
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I don't think you weekend warrior type professionals who buy new bikes and gear up from the Screaming Eagle catalog are what this article is talking about. I think they are talking about true blue, dyed in the wool, day in and day out bikers. Rain, shine or snow with criminal enterprise to support the group is what this article is talking about. And here you thought they were talking about you office working, soft hand, weekend warriors. Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha....you wish! Yea, we all know your type, and while you clowns like to "portray the image" and play black leather dress up, we know better.
Eitherway, bikers don't really bother me much. Generally, if you leave them alone and don't cause friction, you'll probably be alright. Best to just stay clear of the hard-core bikers though. Get one or two of them with a few too many drinks in him, I can't guarantee you're safety if you know what I mean.
Many Americans carry, and it's not jusr for outlaw bikers, it's any and all gangs or criminals. This is where high capacity magazines come in handy.
While I pretty much agree with everything you've said there is a difference in the contact the average citizen has with Outlaw Bikers and your garden variety thug. I've lived in my time in Hells Angel, Gypsy Joker, Bandito, and other outlaws biker areas and never came into personal contact with any of them. Unlike the Crips or the Latin Kings, bikers tend not to do drive by shooting for someone looking at them the wrong way. I'm not justifying the wrong they do but they don't generally spill it into the general population like gangsta's do.
Buckwheat

Tulsa, OK

#22 Dec 29, 2010
Larry wrote:
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Best to just stay clear of the hard-core bikers though. Get one or two of them with a few too many drinks in him, I can't guarantee you're safety if you know what I mean.
Can you guarantee his? I won't jump off of the sidewalk for any of them. They're not bullet proof, regardless of how they act. Not a threat, just an observation.
Larry

United States

#23 Dec 29, 2010
No, Buckwheat, they aren't bullet proof, but they are a pack animal. Kinda like fighting Mexicans. You don't just fight the bean, you have to fight the whole burrito. Especially if you start getting the better of one of them. The rest will join in to beat or kill you. That's why I added the comment about high-capacity magazines. If you get into trouble with one of them, you'll end up with trouble with the entire group. But remember, these guys are killers and carry too so it's best to just go ahead and avoid confrontation to begin with. Get into a shootout with these guys and you'll quickly find yourself outgunned and out numbered.

But it is true, they don't tend to directly hurt, maim, kill, or bother regular citizens like street gangs do. Not always, but on average you'll find this is true. Or, more so than looking at statistics from street gangs versus biker gangs who generally have a code of conduct. Bikers have been around along time and have a longer life/affiliation expectancy than your average street gang or member. In otherwords, they do try to protect the biker gang by not bringing unnecessary heat on the group. They are conscious of what their actions bring to the group and don't need the heat. Small things like this ensure the longevity of the biker gang. Or they try to anyway.

THis isn't a hard, fast rule, but general rule of thumb.

I definately feel safer around a group of outlaw bikers then I would any urban street gang with stupid kids in the ranks of 12 years old up to 18 or 19 years old with a life expectancy of around 22 or 25 before he's killed. Your average biker gang doesn't have the "stupid kid" problems like street gangs. With age comes wisdom, street gangs don't get age or wisdom.
Buckwheat

Tulsa, OK

#24 Dec 29, 2010
Larry wrote:
No, Buckwheat, they aren't bullet proof, but they are a pack animal. Kinda like fighting Mexicans. You don't just fight the bean, you have to fight the whole burrito. Especially if you start getting the better of one of them. The rest will join in to beat or kill you. That's why I added the comment about high-capacity magazines. If you get into trouble with one of them, you'll end up with trouble with the entire group. But remember, these guys are killers and carry too so it's best to just go ahead and avoid confrontation to begin with. Get into a shootout with these guys and you'll quickly find yourself outgunned and out numbered.
But it is true, they don't tend to directly hurt, maim, kill, or bother regular citizens like street gangs do. Not always, but on average you'll find this is true. Or, more so than looking at statistics from street gangs versus biker gangs who generally have a code of conduct. Bikers have been around along time and have a longer life/affiliation expectancy than your average street gang or member. In otherwords, they do try to protect the biker gang by not bringing unnecessary heat on the group. They are conscious of what their actions bring to the group and don't need the heat. Small things like this ensure the longevity of the biker gang. Or they try to anyway.
THis isn't a hard, fast rule, but general rule of thumb.
I definately feel safer around a group of outlaw bikers then I would any urban street gang with stupid kids in the ranks of 12 years old up to 18 or 19 years old with a life expectancy of around 22 or 25 before he's killed. Your average biker gang doesn't have the "stupid kid" problems like street gangs. With age comes wisdom, street gangs don't get age or wisdom.
Well said, Larry. Funny as hell in the beginning, but well said. No doubt, it's better to be around someone who has already proven himself that someone trying to make a name.
yes

United States

#26 Dec 29, 2010
why do you ask
JEFF

Tulsa, OK

#27 Jul 8, 2012
What a bunch if ignorant ,back woods , hillbillies, in TULSA. and OKLAHOMA,
really now

Coffeyville, KS

#28 Jul 28, 2012
Churnkeyb45 wrote:
Just boy scouts that got picked on as boys or they didn't have a father to kick their ass growing up. Get em out of our city. Pure trouble. Wait and see.
you hand a nice long conversatoin with your self! how many differnt names do u post under???
Not a fan of the mongels, but i know a TON of Hells Angels, an they are some of the most loyal sincere people i have ever met!
Talk about Good Lookn out, thats them! After 12 hours or knowing them i honestly trusted them with my life. Anytime ive ever got in a pinch on the west coast, one showed up b4 i even have a chance to look for them! GOOD PEOPLE
An honestly, Im not a very trusting person!
BhardTulsa

United States

#29 Aug 24, 2012
I respect MC Clubs!!! Tulsa has a lil gang problem and thats what people need to pay attention to. Gangs do dirt for no cause. Most of them steal from their own mommas. Bikers are about brotherhood and loyalty and having a purpose!!! Dont call the cops, call your local MC, things will be taken care of!!!
Jane doe

United States

#30 Dec 29, 2012
People need to get off the whole rico crap... Quit reading the internet! those bikers that you carelessly judge do more for people than the rubs do! anytime I've seen them out in public they have been nothing but nice, quiet, and respectful. And if problems do arise they help sort it out without fighting or any unruly behavior. They just want to be able to go out and have a good time like everyone else... It's not their fault civilians get drunk and act an ass around them. I'm pretty sure you have more crap going on in tulsa with the ghettos and drug deals to be worrying about some guys with tattoos and motorcycles. If you need something to really worry about flip it to the news... The fiscal cliff is almost upon us.
Bikers.... you people are silly!! I feel safer with them here.
Dee

Sapulpa, OK

#31 Aug 25, 2013
A link I have and issue with:
http://www.tulsaworld.com/article.aspx/Biker_...

And My comments since they wont allow me to post without giving them my personal info(please refer to the article the come back and read my shit to spread the bs news!:

First off the Article reads.."motorcycle gang". It's a motorcycle CLUB!.. My only and ONE and only complaint about this case would be that this stupid author is PAID and is dumb enough to write that the VICTIM was FOUND LYING ON THE FLOOR ..(which if I was having a surprise search warrant burst into my life I would be on the floor instantly)... when he was shot to death by pigs! If he was on his stomach(according to other articles).. why would he reach for a gun "in a book shelf??".. I don't know about you, but I've never hidden a gun at the BOTTOM of a book shelf!!!! The corrupted PIGS and wannabe ATFs or should I say demonic disrespectful lying selfish irresponsible little punks and gov slaves are the jumping frogs in this situation looking for either a badge-up or a pat on the shoulder from a club more representable than a highly profiting GANG like the Tulsa Police Department. Nuf Said!
buddy hobilt

Lafayette, TN

#32 Sep 14, 2013
can anybody tell me about this person
Sarge

Tulsa, OK

#33 Dec 30, 2013
DustyOutlaw wrote:
It's obvious that Tulsa has a large number of people riding bikes. Just look at the number of bike shops on Peoria between 31st and 51st. Still I've not see any trouble with them. There is a biker bar or two in Brookside, lots of bikes outside every weekend but I live near there and I don't know of trouble. You get used to the noise after a while.
You won't see that type of "biker gang" activity on Peoria as most of the businesses won't allow the 1%'s to wear their colors into their clubs. They hang out at their more favorite places which cater to them.
rob

Oklahoma City, OK

#34 Jan 14, 2014
Yes no problems with that .I don't feel safe with all the illiterate police officers we have in this town jacked up on steroids and road rage agains biker on the streets
Tulsa Pride

United States

#35 Mar 4, 2014
What do you Guys think of the Vagos Biker Gang growing & Expanding in Tulsa.? They are known as the Green Nation one of the fastest growing clubs in the world..
Biker

Tulsa, OK

#36 Jun 10, 2014
Y'all watch too much tv. Bikers don't want attention. Leave em alone and they'll do the same.
zander

Tulsa, OK

#37 Oct 20, 2014
Larry wrote:
<quoted text>
I don't think you weekend warrior type professionals who buy new bikes and gear up from the Screaming Eagle catalog are what this article is talking about. I think they are talking about true blue, dyed in the wool, day in and day out bikers. Rain, shine or snow with criminal enterprise to support the group is what this article is talking about. And here you thought they were talking about you office working, soft hand, weekend warriors. Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha....you wish! Yea, we all know your type, and while you clowns like to "portray the image" and play black leather dress up, we know better.
Eitherway, bikers don't really bother me much. Generally, if you leave them alone and don't cause friction, you'll probably be alright. Best to just stay clear of the hard-core bikers though. Get one or two of them with a few too many drinks in him, I can't guarantee you're safety if you know what I mean.
Many Americans carry, and it's not jusr for outlaw bikers, it's any and all gangs or criminals. This is where high capacity magazines come in handy.
you clearly don't know enough about bikers as a whole or you wouldn't have replied as ignorantly.
MC Supporter

Tulsa, OK

#40 Mar 16, 2015
Absolutely! I have personally seen these various clubs in Tulsa: Hells Angels, Bandidos, and Outlaws mostly, do wonderful things for our community.
Biker Guy

Broken Arrow, OK

#41 Mar 19, 2015
The best place to get motorcycle insurance in the Tulsa/Broken Arrow area is form Nick Henderson Agency Allstate Insurance in Broken Arrow. Nick was in the motorcycle industry in Tulsa and Broken Arrow for over 27 years and knows the difference between a Fat boy and a GSXR! Great prices too!
Rjknapp77

Tulsa, OK

#42 May 4, 2015
I am part of a M/M I do not wear a 1% patch and do not want to. Just like you have good and bad people that move in and out of the city /neighborhood you don't kick them out do you? It isn't your decision who lives next to you. So why would I be kicked out? M/M is motorcycle ministry we are hardcore a non denominational group to join you just have to be a believer of the Holy Bible. We don't beat people up, you don't get jumped in or get the crap beat out of you and you don't have to commit crimes to join. My chapter is hosting a Bike Blessing in OKC and all are welcome to join in the event. We are trying to raise money for parent promise who are trying to spread awareness of shaking babies and the damage it causes. So we are contributing not for our selves but for our Ministry.
hope

Tulsa, OK

#43 May 18, 2015
There are secrets and there are secrets. Its worse then you know. God watch over us all.

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