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  • Angels of Death Motorcycle Club


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    History

    The Angels of Death Motorcycle club was started in 1949 as a small riding club created by disenfranchised combat veterans that were returning from World War II. They started in San Andreas and quickly began expanding throughout the United States with several chapters popping up in the Midwest and up and down the east coast. During the 60’s and 70’s the club rode hard and partied a lot, just like every other club. Through the 80’s and 90’s the club went through a transitional period, where they became serious about making money. Through local connections, they became one of the largest dealers of narcotics in the country.


        The largest chapter, in Algonquin, Liberty City, was heavily involved in the heroin trade which they purchased from a local Triads set near North Holland, where the Angel clubhouse was located. They also had a relatively lucrative deal with the Spanish Lords for a steady pipeline of cocaine to sell in their area. During this time, the club made many enemies, as the The Lost MC began to expand heavily within the country. By 2008, the Angels of Death had numerous chapters including ones in the UK, Europe, Scandinavia, Canada, San Fierro, and Australia, as well as one chapter in nearly every American state. However, in 2009, their rivals began to pose and even larger threat expanding on both the east and west coasts and throughout the Midwest, including chapters in Los Santos and Blaine County.

    In late 2009, a car bomb was detonated outside of the Angels clubhouse in North Holland. As The Lost MC members raided the clubhouse - showing no mercy to any member inside. This continued as a war between several clubs raged on. Over the next several years, due to the decimation of the war, and raids by law enforcement - the club was all but finished. In 2013, the rivals of the club sealed the last nail in the coffin of the club's legacy as it burned the Mother Chapter's clubhouse to the ground with the 3 remaining members inside. The rest of the Angels members were either locked up in federal or state prison or in a pine box.

     

    The New Era
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    Do you love motorcycles? Do you wish to have comradery and loyalty and a feeling of brotherhood? Well look no further than the Angels of Death Motorcycle Club. We are the first chapter to stand up since the club’s untimely closing in 2013. We are an ACTIVE club that frequently goes on rides and works together. We are a group of Harley Davidson and similar model enthusiasts. Do you think you have what it takes to wear the skull and bolts? Ask a member and find out, come and see us in and around the Bronx. You can also post here to exchange numbers with a member to arrange a meeting.

    ((Since our actual patches have not been imported by the government, and there is no plan to in the foreseeable future, we will use temporary patches - shown at the top - until ours eventually get added in.))

    [Mother Chapter] - Bronx
    President: Gonzo
    Vice President: English
    Road Captain: Tony

    Angels of Death Motorcycle Club
    6042 Mirror Park Boulevard
    Bronx, NY 10453


    https://bigcityrp.com/forums/index.php?/clubs/59-angels-of-death-motorcycle-club/

    Edited by FadedCalicoJack
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    6 hours ago, XamotDB said:

    ((This group dead already?))

    What would be a good time to find someone in the city to talk to about membership? I'm usually cruising around in the evenings and weekends.

    John

    I'm pretty sure he left or got banned, he isn't in the discord anymore

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