How about a stroll in the park, or brunch at that hip new cafe? Look, unless there's a blizzard going on, motorcyclists are going to spend their free time riding motorcycles.And even if there is a blizzard, chances are your biker buddy is in the garage, cursing over a pile of bolts and cotter pins and wondering: how in God’s name are there are parts left over? If We Are Around, We’re Late In the market for a gentleman? We Don’t Have (Much) Money Oh sure, there’s enough in the kitty for a burger and a beer, or maybe even to catch a flick. Let me be perfectly clear: Any hot single guy under 40 with a beautiful bike is likely to be as destitute as they come.Many m embers of outlaw motorcycle gangs are former and active military personnel and have been reported on both U. The deplorable treatment of women by OMGs is well documented, but why women willingly subject themselves to such abuse by these gangs is even more disturbing.A select few proudly wear their “Property Of” shirts while so-called “pass-arounds” willingly submit to sex acts by multiple members.Not only that, but chicks tend to complain when you ride a motorcycle too fast.But the bigger reason is that when guys go out riding, it's a male-bonding thing.
Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs (OMGs) are anything but rebel nonconformists.To the contrary, they follow a strict military rank-and-file structure, implement an earned-patch system, vote in “officers” and insist their members wear uniforms ("cuts").2.OMGs are highly skilled warmongers; killing can be a purpose and mission.The recent boom in MC romances was probably sparked by the success of , a show that follows the exploits of a fictional club in California. The first time I watched the show, I thought it was ridiculous. While the show is definitely fictional, it’s based on a massive, complex culture that tens of thousands of people have chosen to be part of around the world.Motorcycle clubs are gangs—why on earth would they have officers or vote? That was counter to everything I believed about gangs, and as a former journalist, I just couldn’t let it go. In this culture there are two kinds of clubs: riding clubs, which are the most common, and outlaw clubs. My interviews started something like this: Trust me. But once my first book came out, more than a year ago, something amazing happened. They love the MC books, because it creates a romantic fantasy of the life they’ve chosen—often a difficult life.When a group of guys go out on their bikes, they want to let loose and be totally disgusting.