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NEWFOUNDLAND, Canada (BIKER DAD) – Police in Canada are warning residents that outlaw “motorcycle gangs” will be out in force for the Labor Day holiday. They spell it “Labour” Day north the border. The alert specifically mentions the actual Outlaws Motorcycle Club.

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police say these 1% clubs “engage in criminal activity.” Their press release goes on to say, “the Outlaws Motorcycle Club identifies itself as a “1% Club”, as do other outlaw motorcycle gangs. TheĀ 1% symbol, which can be seen as a patch, pin or tattoo, distinguishes outlaw motorcycle riders from the majority of motorcycle enthusiasts who are law-abiding citizens.”

Labor Day has always been a big holiday for 1% clubs dating all the way back the to the beginning of the Hells Angels. This is featured in great detail in Hunter S. Thompson’s book about that club:

The RCMP is urging the public to just avoid the clubs saying, “outlaw motorcycle gangs have been known to ride in formations at high rates of speed, pass highway vehicles in an unsafe manner and block intersections, as well as congregating at stops along the highway. RCMP NL urges the public not to engage with these gangs and to instead report sightings and any suspected illegal or suspicious activity to police.”

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Read the full unedited press release:

Starting September 1, 2021, and running through the Labour Day weekend, RCMP NL expects to see an increased presence of members of the Outlaws Motorcycle Club (MC) in the province, particularly in Central Newfoundland.

An outlaw motorcycle gang generally is any group of motorcycle riders and/or supporters who:

voluntarily make a commitment to band together

abide by their organization’s rules, and

engage in criminal activities.

The Outlaws Motorcycle Club identifies itself as a “1% Club”, as do other outlaw motorcycle gangs. The 1% symbol, which can be seen as a patch, pin or tattoo, distinguishes outlaw motorcycle riders from the majority of motorcycle enthusiasts who are law-abiding citizens.

Outlaw motorcycle gangs have been known to ride in formations at high rates of speed, pass highway vehicles in an unsafe manner and block intersections, as well as congregating at stops along the highway. RCMP NL urges the public not to engage with these gangs and to instead report sightings and any suspected illegal or suspicious activity to police.

Further information about outlaw motorcycle gangs can be found at the links below.

http://www.rcmp.gc.ca/en/outlaw-motorcycle-gangs#a4

http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/en/outlaw-motorcycle-gang-colours-and-terminology

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