'The Devils Ride': Laffing Devils vs. Sinister Mob Syndicate?

Are the Laffing Devils and Gipsy's new MC going to go the way of the Teutuls on American Chopper?

A recent comment by a Huliq reader predicted an American Chopper-esque split of the Discovery Channel show The Devils Ride:

I already see where this is going. Gipsy quits the LD's, starts another club, one that rivals the LD's, those loyal to Gipsy also quit the LD's (most likely the ones who didn't vote for Snubz as new V.P. will join Gipsy) continual trash talk, another major 1%er club steps in and takes the LD's cuts and Gipsy's new clubs cuts!
This is going in the same direction as American Chopper and Miami Ink.

Could this prediction be in the early stages of being fulfilled already?

Gipsy, former prez of the Laffing Devils, not content, apparently, with now being a bounty hunter, announced that he misses the brotherhood he found early on with the club he created, and intends to give it a go once again—just not with the Laffing Devils.

New Laffing Devils prez Billy the Kid has turned into a power-hungry wimp of a leader. He cannot control his members, because they obviously do not respect him. Why should they, when the only way he could “prove” his control over the MC is to disrespect the former prez and founding member, and unceremoniously toss him out of the club? Sorry, but if that is “brotherhood,” I would hate to see what his idea of disrespect is.

Before going through with his plan to start a new club, Gipsy did speak with an old friend, Fuzzy, who he identified as having been involved with the MC community for a long time.

“I miss the brotherhood. The laughter, the having a good time, the honesty, no secrets, no nothing, just straight up honesty and respect for each other,” Gipsy said to the camera.

Gipsy's New MC Idea

Discussing the concept of starting a new club, however, friend Fuzzy didn’t appear enthusiastic.

“Well, you’ve been down that road before, you know the drill on everything, you know nobody’s gonna give permission, it’s more of a courtesy thing, letting all the other clubs know you’re presenting it, bringing it out,” Fuzzy said when Gipsy first brought up the idea, adding, “It’s just, you know, we’ve already got, like, 50, 60 clubs out there already, but, hey, it’s the club life.”

Still, speaking in a camera cameo, Fuzzy didn’t seem to warm to the idea.

“I think Gipsy needs to think the of the pros and cons that may occur with it, and I think he should take his time with it,” he said.

And, although Gipsy said he was going to think very hard about the plan, and that he had a “long road” before going through with the idea, he appeared to have moved on it almost immediately—at least, in reality television time.

Now, Gipsy is out recruiting new members for the “Sinister Mob Syndicate,” building a brotherhood and designing patches. His first member, friend and former Laffing Devils VP Bubba, agreed to be a part of the new club, as long as they learned from the mistakes they made with the Laffing Devils.

“I’d rather have 10 members for 20 years that are worth a ####,” Bubba said, "than get 100 members.”

“Quality over quantity,” Gipsy agreed.

Of course, if that doesn't work out, perhaps bounty hunter Gipsy could get a spot with The Dog?

So, is this a new direction for the show, as well as Gipsy (if, of course, a show this new can have a “new direction”), possibly mimicking the father-son split on American Chopper: Senior vs. Junior? And, while Gipsy is starting up his new MC, are the Laffing Devils imploding, admitting hangarounds who don’t even ride and questioning the judgment of the new prez?

Stay tuned.

Image: Discovery Channel

Video: Discovery Channel, The Devils Ride

Comments

Submitted by Bikewriter (not verified) on
A total work of fiction designed to appeal to viewers of other scripted "reality" programming. Don't waste your time.

Submitted by anonamus (not verified) on
Remember this...All those tough wanna be 1%ers are either dead or in jail!!!!!!

Submitted by anonamus (not verified) on
Remember this...All those tough wanna be 1%ers are either dead or in jail!!!!!!

Submitted by anonamus (not verified) on
Remember this...All those tough wanna be 1%ers are either dead or in jail!!!!!!

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
...what was it I was supposed to remember?

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
When this all went down I too thought, WTF, Why is Billy the KId doing what he is doing, where is the respect for the former Pres and founder? There is no brotherhood, it's about power and what you wear on the front of your cut. I wish Gipsy would of let it go to vote, " end of Billy the Kid", my respect for this man is now zero. I hope Gipsy takes it slow and easy with his new club, goes through the process, he is respected among the MC community with Dago.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
"Gypsy is respected in the MC community?!?!" WTF are you talking about? Nobody in the MC community knows him... and this comedy isn't going to help. This show is completely fake. Why would Dave Perewitz... one of the most famous bike builders in the world (who is from New England) have a bike in Vegas that needs to be Repo'd? Fuzzy is an actor... few people around San Diego know him. .. and the tall, long hair guy that met Gypsy and Bubba at 'The Alamo' to talk about the new club has been on friggin' SOA. Enjoy it for what it is... a bunch of tools selling out to make a comedy... it's 100% fake. Come to SD Harley on Sunday... there's a 'real' club hosting a ride there... see how they conduct themselves.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
The bike builder and fuzzy are both hells angels smart guy.. not actors.. but couldnt agree more that this show is totally scripted and stupid.. but all these new wanna be clubs in san diego are more drama than a salon full of rich bitches!

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
"Bike builder" meaning Rusty? I know who he is... as does anyone else involved with MC's. Dave Perewitz, "The king of flames", would never have a bike repo'd. It's like they're rubbing in our faces how phony this is... he's been on those stupid Bike Build Off shows for Chrissakes. If Fuzzy is HA... I didn't know that. Fact is... he is an actor as well as the long hair gimp asking Gypsy about "problems with the LDMC" at dinner. Actors are real people and these guys could be involved personally with Gypsy... but I still call bullshiat. I also know things about this situation that others have mentioned or alluded to... so it's not a big secret that this is a fame/money grab by the people involved. What a bunch of tools.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
No Fuzzy is the real deal. San Diego Chapter HA. But this show, ALL the guys are a joke. Left over losers from many other clubs. Some of them have bounce from one loser club to next so many time they needed a TV show so they can remember what club they are in this week. Not a one of them and I mean not a one of them are worth two cups of piss! And I would stand up against any of them. And have. Hell 1 peckerwood took out 3 of them, took all their cuts, then the "oh so tuff" LD's called the police like bitches! Ha ha ha ha.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
It's my believe that if anyone messed with Bishoff's latest cash cow, he'd have a vested interest in recovering any damages. So called "real bikers" punking these guys out and taking their cuts would significantly affect the of his product. Peckerwood, meet Bishoff/Discovery law firm. Bishoff/Discovery law firm, meet peckerwood. What’s that peckerwood… you’re poor, semi-retarded, lifetime criminal, facing a mob of greedy, ambitious and overly educated corporate lawyers. Cool. Nice knowing you. Of course that only happens if the story this guy is telling us actually happened. Please provide proof of this happening ... It's like when you tried to tell everyone you actually had sex ... with a girl. No one believes you till you bring us the stinky fingers.

Submitted by the true Sandman (not verified) on
I am the real deal too

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
that was not dave perewitz on the devils ride

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
Like I said... yes it was. Or maybe it was some other biker in Vegas with a New England accent that looks exactly like Dave f-ing Perewitz. I'm guessing he was in town for Bikefest.

Submitted by Skwurl (not verified) on
That sure looked and sounded like him to me. Also when he gave in and handed the keys over there wa about ten keys on the key ring. He handed the whole keyring over and walked off.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
That was not Dave Perewitz aka Rusty, Dave is much older and bald

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
Fuzzy is also one of the techs and has been for many years at San Diego Harley Davidson

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
So the real deal is the TV sitcom revolves around a spportive club of the Hells Angels. It is amazing that thy just don't become Hells Angels. Why go to extremes to do dirty work fo another Club. This really makes no sense to me.If the laughing devils desire to be gophers for the Hells Angels then why not wear their patch.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
So the real deal is the TV sitcom revolves around a spportive club of the Hells Angels. It is amazing that thy just don't become Hells Angels. Why go to extremes to do dirty work fo another Club. This really makes no sense to me.If the laughing devils desire to be gophers for the Hells Angels then why not wear their patch.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
So the real deal is the TV sitcom revolves around a spportive club of the Hells Angels. It is amazing that thy just don't become Hells Angels. Why go to extremes to do dirty work fo another Club. This really makes no sense to me.If the laughing devils desire to be gophers for the Hells Angels then why not wear their patch.

Submitted by TommyKnockerz (not verified) on
"Respected among the MC community"???? Really????? Among WHAT MC community?? This guy is a freakin' bounty hunter. He will NEVER be respected among ANY MC community unless it's one of the law enforcement MC's. I can't even believe anyone is debating this show. I like it but I like it as entertainment NOT reality. Come on, think about it. Gipsy starts LD's and suddenly they are part of a television show and 2 weeks later he's stepping down??? HELL NO!!!! There is NO WAY that would ever happen. If someone starts a club, invests years of his life to a club and then they get their own 'reality' television show there is no way in hell that person would suddenly step down as Prez and even if he stepped down as Prez there is ABSOLUTELY no way he'd retire. Then you have this new hang around. They give this guy a cut and NOBODY in the club has seen him ride and if that's not bad enough, nobody has even seen his bike. Now you have the VP showing up in a Cadillac to a drag race that THEY'RE hosting. And NOW you have this Sinister Mob MC. That is their way of having a bike war without actually having anyone killed. OK, now the little things. I have ridden IN one club and with many clubs. I have never seen any club where you could have all of them get together without having everyone wearing numerous "Harley" shirts, patches, stickers as well as all the other little stuff with the HD logo's. This IS NOT a legitimate club and not only is it not legitimate, I don't think it's a club, period. I realize there are more MC's that aren't 1% out there than there are that claim 1% so that isn't the issue. It's just they're not a club. They're getting away with this club by having a "Nomad" bottom rocker and now the Sinister Mob MC isn't even going to have a bottom rocker, at least from what I could see when they showed the patch quickly. I'm sure I could come up with a lot more reasons these guys are bullsh*t. By the way, I just watched an episode and the last episode or maybe there was one between but I think it was last weeks episode, Juice was in an accident. Well, he sure seemed to heal up pretty damn fast. He was saying how bad he was bleeding and now they showed his left arm and there wasn't so much as a scratch on it. Come on, if this ain't a bunch of BS, I don't know what is. Don't debate this shit like it's really a reality show because it's not.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
http://trademark.markify.com/trademarks/uspto/sinister+mob+syndicate+mc/85629840 This verifies your opinion, my friend. The whole show is a bad hoax. Watching it is like watching a train wreck.

Submitted by jessalynn81 (not verified) on
If you would learn how to read you would notice that the registered owner of the Sinister Mob Syndicate is Tommy Quinn, AKA Gipsy, and the other, Harvey Bischoff Entertainment Television LLC is the limited liability company, there is also an Attorney listed. You have and are entitled to your opinion but if you are going to provide information along with it you might want to provide all the right information!!!

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
looked up the trademark and your accurate. Tommy Quinn owns the trademark. I think its entertaining TV, fun waste of an hour... for those of us who dont own bikes. I did think that Sandman looked like a TV actor.. .cant figure out exactly who but if everything here is true, its a bit dissapointing to here

Submitted by wyatt (not verified) on
i think the actor that your thinking of is adam baldwin from the movie "my bodyguard" from 1980

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
Glad to see this was posted. Now maybe these silly debates about whether this show is real or not will be resolved. The club house was rented for the LD's in the name of the production company and now you see the trademark issue. Enjoy the show, but don't think for a second this is real.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
Oh it's real... Those guys have an MC. They wear their jackets, they meet and try to conduct business just like anyone else. The problem is (well one of many maybe) they are on display for the world to see. You think other start up MCs, or small MCs work like they show it on Sons Of Anarchy?? Get in line or we do some killin’. No ... they’re just regular dudes trying to make their thing work too. The other fact is, Discovery is pumping money into their club in return for some entertainment value back. So some of the problems they are facing aren't the same as your local Sons of <insert name here> MC are. I’m not justifying it… I’m just pointing out those guys, that MC “really” exist. Some of the harebrained situations they face have been staged.

Submitted by Casper (not verified) on
I know it's all recored 6 months or a year ahead & somethings in life can change overnight but take a look around you can buy The same Devil patch at swap meets even on line if that your colors your a LAUGHING JOKE your club is getting bigger everyday idiots buy

Submitted by big mescan (not verified) on
Billy is a punk! way out of line...all props to Gypsy

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
i agree

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
I have been riding since I was 21.\, Im now 47!!!!!!! Yes, I am just the chick on the back, but important to the men. Old school no longer exist and the disrespect the club showed gypsy is proof of that!!!!! He founded that club and to be asked to lay down his colors or retire?????? for giving his thoughts and input to the prez was total lack of character. You do what you feel you need to do gyypsy and do it proudly.....You have earned respect from myself and my husband and have earned more than the right to start a new club. Good luck and safe riding!!!!

Submitted by SofttailSweetheart (not verified) on
Well, Where do I start? First off, I met Gipsy a few years ago on a run and He was a very respectful person who seemed to have a his "club" in order the way you would expect a President to. I think That Gipsy never intended for this show to go in the direction that it did which is why He called it quitsso early on and " Billy the Jack ass" Took over. I think that " Billy the Kid" is a poser. He seems like a dork that was picked on all his life" Like the new VP admitted on the show , and got on a power trip when given the position he's in. NOBODY respects him , and with the way things are looking , NOBODY ever will. It's all made for TV bullsh*& ... I don't know any " Club member that's day to day life has that Much drama in it. It's all scripted and they just look like Idiots.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
This show is an embarrassment to the members of the motorcycle world. If I was a member I would resign out of embarrassment. What kind of club lets somebody in that doesn't have a motorcycle and they aren't even sure if he can ride one. Then that one idiot calls out a member of the cast of SOA, are you kidding. The poser calls out Jax, why didn't he call out Happy???? Oh! hat's right he's a real 1%er. David LaBrava should go bitch slap that dude. I hear that Chuck Zito will be on SOA this coming season, maybe "Sandman" will call him out. I think the cast of SOA probably could kick the Laffing Dorks asses.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
This idiot gypsy and these 2 stupid fake clubs have been a joke since the beginning... no one in dago respects the giggling idiots (laffing devils) and this new fake club is even more stupid than the first! No one in the dago mc world knows or respects these idiots! This sudden explosion of S.O.A. poser clubs is ridiculous! There is only a handfull of real clubs in dago and these 40-50 new bs clubs need their asses kicked and cuts burned! So frustrating... gypsy is law enforcement and his wife is a cop... thats why the H.A. (real club) made him step down... and billy arleady left the laffing dumbasses as p... so hopefully this new trend of fake clubs deteriorates soon because it is really gettin old!

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
THIS is a real 1% speaking and they dont have !% patches its a 99% club not all bikers are 1%

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
agreed ~ not a diamond a triangle ~ not a poser or a 1% ~ just a respectfuly 40k a year rider ~ no club affiliation ~ just a supporter ~ Respects ~ But I will say this ~ the best part of the show is the blogs ~ much more entertaining than the show itself ~ no matter the opinion/ reality/ fiction ~ the blogs are priceless

Submitted by Maime2 (not verified) on
It sounds to me that the LD's are a wantta be rivalry towards the yellow shirted crew of the Hampsters, which is a high profile club that takes dedication to become and sustain being a member. That seem to represent the 99% out there. Compared to the 1% that belong to outlaw clubs. As far as Gipsy stepping down as 'P', apparently no one has heard of a "Past Worthy President". Someone who resigned or was voted out of office but continues with their membership as an advisor. Something to think of when writing the by-laws of an organization.

Submitted by Maime2 (not verified) on
Im not sure but I could have sworn there was a MC called Sinister Mob back east in the great lakes region during the late 80's and early 90's? Maybe that's why Gispy's calling it Sinister Mob Syndicate, because it's another chapter or Arie of the Sinister Mob? I have no idea how clubs branch out without having conflict of interest with someone, if not within their own organization.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
Out of a club and just start another one. Dont want to prospect? Start a club! There are procedures in place that may keep you from having a really bad day out riding with your new patch. Dont let this show lead you into doing stupid things and think there wont be repercussions

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
What exactly are those repercussions? You're going to beat someone up? Stab them? Kill them?? Take their patch a pee on it? Seems like your idea of what the "MC" world is today, could stand a dose of reality...

Submitted by Wild Hearts MC (not verified) on
Why would 1% clubs care if you start a club!! As long as you aren't trying to take away their money Buss. why should they care!!!

Submitted by anonamus (not verified) on
1% clubs fight amongst themselves for illegal money their making. Most of them end up dead or in jail!!!

Submitted by anonamus (not verified) on
1% clubs fight amongst themselves for illegal money their making. Most of them end up dead or in jail!!!

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
The true "1%" crowd probably isn't on here, or worried in the slightest bit about what the Discovery Channel is running on Thursday nights. The "50%er", as I call them, are the guys who are involved in the MC world as it exist today. Lots of guys who feel like they are a part of the 1% crowd, but when push comes to shove they are afraid of going to jail. Then there's the 99%. The guys who want to start a club that doesn't involve the 1%ers or even the potential trouble the tough guy 50%ers would bring. The 50%ers are the guys on here talking for the 1%ers, who don't even care that this exist. They are a lot like the guys who wear the Affliction and Tap Out shirts to the bar an MMA event. They are probably friends with a fighter, might even work out... They are also the guys who will get drunk and start yelling with some other jacktard in the stands , smashing into everyone, being as vulgar as they can around someone’s kid, in hopes that everyone thinks they are tough. But in reality would never put in the time and effort to train for and take a fight in the ring. Maybe it’s not a perfect analogy … but you get the idea. The 50% exist everywhere. Baseball games, bars, fraternities, etc… it’s the same guy, different cloths. The 99% of us that are just trying to get along with our lives and have a little fun in the between times need not pay attention to either of the two.

Submitted by Slapping Devils (not verified) on
If you really believe that then try it sometime. Not a MC member here, never wanted to be. Like my own thing a little too much. But hey, if you think putting on a new patch and rocker then riding around is no big deal, give it a go Sally. Let me know so I can watch.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
Again I'm asking, what will happen? You speak in vague terms like "bad things will happen" but no one says here's what will happen to you Joe biker and your new Joe Biker Club. Am I looking at being killed? Harassed? Do they like raping dudes? Indian Burns?? If there are really "repercussions" for doing something that your well within your rights to do... then speak up. Now here come all of the ... I knew a guy that knew a HA ...

Submitted by Brother Hood (not verified) on
Well depending on your area there is a protocol for starting a club, the type of club will determine what you need to do, Joe Biker can not start a M/C, wear three piece patches with a state on the bottom rocker. Unless you are a traditional M/C you should not wear 3 piece rocker anyway, Joe Biker will eventually get approached by the local Dominant or 1% club. In the MC world this is a major sign of disrespect and Joe biker will be asked to correct what he is wearing or become aggressively educated as to why he should not wear it. Here is the problem a lot of people don't understand, this is a lifestyle and not a joke, you have people that see a movie or a TV show and now want to dress up like a biker, by doing this they usually jump into it without all the knowledge of the M/C world and its 70+ years of history and tradition, so they make a mockery of something that people have bleed and died for for real. You do not need a vest and a patch to ride your bike but if you are going to do it, do it right, there is a protocol and correct way to do it, seek guidance and the blessing of an elder, dominant club or coalition. A R/C or riding club wears patches that are given and not earned they should not be dressing up like a traditional M/C.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
Thank you for a reasonable and rational answer. Now, I don't agree with everything your saying, but at least your offering knowledge ... not the typical internet tough guy BS. Here's what I don't agree with (and fully admit I don't understand). How is it that the 1% club, or dominant club in the area can openly say, we'll kick the shit out of you Joe Biker if you don't abide by our rules. That's simply outside the bounds of what's acceptable in today's society. Now, you say this and it makes sense. The "1%" clubs don't care about society or what happens if you kick the shit out of someone and you go to jail. Then I get that. But I also don't get that this is only 1% of the "MC" community. So for every 99 Joe BIkers, there's 1 guy who is willing to kill you over faking it. It seems to me, if I go to an event where many bikers are there, the 99% of people who are not looking to kill people for wearing patches would just get along and have a good time. Is it that the one person stabbing people really has that much power over the 99 others? And I don't mean to be disrespectful towards what anyone has done in their past, I'm just asking for information.

Submitted by Slapping Devils (not verified) on
You're arguing legal definition of rights against the accepted cultural norm of a group. Disingenuously at best. In your figurative scenario most of the other 99% would request the offending patch wearer to kindly remove the item in question. If they do not there are those who will do it for them. Legal right or not. Would you pretend to be a homeboy in east LA? You got the right to. 99.9% of the folks there are awesome. But don't expect them to be happy about some poseur wandering through the neighborhood. Now grow up. Realize there are realities that aren't always reasonable. And please....please, stop whining about the big bad men taking away your rights. It is what it is, there's nothing you can do about it and if it bothers you so much then you don't have to play with those boys.

Submitted by Slapping Devils (not verified) on
"What would happen?" You would not be tickled into submission. This we know. A 1%er taking offense will most likely give you one chance to remove your colors. If you argue there will be a fight. If he wins your cut is gone. If you win you keep your cut, for a few more days. A 99%er taking offense will most likely question you as to the legitimacy of your organization. If it's a bullshit MC they may ask you to remove your colors. If you don't, some will ride on, some will get aggressive and take them by force. It's a crap shoot. Either way, word spreads and SOMEBODY will eventually get aggressive in some manner. No self respecting 99% MC will invite or cooperate in rides, rally's, fund raisers, drags or any event that involves your club. By NOT respecting the groups already present and structure developed you make yourself a pariah in thee community and honestly open yourself up to some dicey situations. Suppose "dicey" is too vague for you? Ok.....unpredictable, possibly dangerous, heated, stressful. Think of what happens when people disagree vehemently. Any outcome from such a position is possible depending on the personalities of the persons involved.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
Thank you Slapping Devils ... Like I said, I don't necessarily agree or fully understand it all. While my scenarios seem foolish, they are clear cut, black and white questions of right and wrong in my mind. I think you all realize that view has been formed from a distance and it is what it is. But you're right, if I don't like it I don't have to play. My intentions are to gain an understanding. I don't figure I'll be wearing a vest with anything on it anytime soon ... but the idea of one person telling another what they can do using the threat of violence just seems so far from acceptable (in my world). Appreciate you taking the time to elaborate.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
I think this has been stated in the thread earlier but I can add my personal perspective that I think bears some relevance. I grew up as a white kid in a less than well to do part of a west coast city. I had no gang affiliations and no plans for doing so. My parents, when taking me shopping for clothes ( and this is as a 10-13 year old child ) would not allow me to buy clothes of certain colors. Red and blue are obvious, but also black and even green. Did the stores in my community not sell these colors? Ofcourse they did. Do I have a right as an American citizen to express myself through my attire? Yes this is not a country that pratices some religious law. What I am saying is that much to my frustration, my parents realized that in our community, certain colors would bring us unwanted attention. As it was we all not involved in illegal activities in our community were effected by an suffered from the actions of a small minority that was in our community ( like the 1%). The biker community is like my neighborhood in that even though a vast majority of it's members didn't care what color my shirt was, we were all aware that there was an element that would be and out of respect or fear it was an unspoken rule that we would abide by these rules. Freedom has nothing to do with it, It is about culture. It is 2012 and we still self segregate in prison. The civil rights movement wasn't for not but there are still cultures in today's society where there will be violent repercussions for mingling with people of another race as in the example above. Is that what everyone in the prison culture believes in? No, but most all in that culture respect it.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
This is what usually happens, depending on who the top club is in any given area. You will be asked once to take that cut off and quit flying it around. You won't be asked twice as the second time will most likely result in a severe ass beating and the cut removed by force. Sometimes it may be worse for the idiot violating the rules, depending on the circumstances. You will be strongly advised to not do stupid crap again and also advised about the ramifications if you choose to go to the cops. Any potential future visit needed by them would most likely involve you and possibly your family's well being. This is how the real world of MC's work, despite whether you like it or not. They do not screw around with anyone that disrespects them or their rules. I believe that my comments are accurate and based on first hand knowledge as a retired 30 year 1% MC member. Now the Devils Ride is just a TV show. Cheers and I Love Lucy were entertaining TV shows in their day but they too were not real. Try just sitting back and enjoying the laughs.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
This show is intense, I find that Billy The Kid wants the POWER of respect that on one wants to give him. I prefer Gypsy as President as he has leadership from what I can see.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
I agree with you about Gipsy! Funny how insecure Billy the kid is! So threatened by Gipsy that he (Billy) runs him off! Even when Gipsy showed up for Danny boy's ride for charity the club took offense. The LD's quick to act like kindergarden kids!

Submitted by jessalynn81 (not verified) on
I completely agree with you. Billy is so petty that he has to get rid of the clubs founder because he is intimidated just by his presence. He claims that he has so much more tho deal with than Gipsy but the fact of the matter is that he is too overwhelmed. He talks ask this stuff about brotherhood but he was the first to stab Gipsy in the back. If that's what he considers brotherhood I'd hate to see how he treats his mother. He is a pathetic excuse for a man and a loser on a power trip, I think he needs a taste of his own medicine. As for the other "brothers", they are no better. They never should have let Gipsy get forced to quit, especially the ones who were there from day 1!

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
This show is intense, I find that Billy The Kid wants the POWER of respect that on one wants to give him. I prefer Gypsy as President as he has leadership from what I can see.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
I respect what Gipsy is doing. Can't blame him for leaving the group of drama queens. The 'Ol ladies got more balls in the laffing devils then them bunch of cry baby whining ass sissies.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
to clean cut-cuts way to clean.I wear a leather vest and it has road grime on my cuts.I guess san dego has no dirt on its roads.the guy was right last week why are was the b!tch worried about aguy with a camera when they where already being filmed. nice new tats with white. he is already white.I am for nebraska but somehow they all look vaguely familiar. its queer

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
I ment san dago not san dego who gives a

Submitted by Slapping Devils (not verified) on
That explains a lot. Put down the pipe son.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
I am from the SD area and, yes, the MC is real; however, just because the MC is real doesn't mean that the story line is real. I have a friend in the LD MC and while the show is not scripted, the plot line is known to the bikers and they do their best to provide a good show......in the end, maybe not worth the effort to watch.

Submitted by birther (not verified) on
They are a Hillcrest biker group. Hillcrest is San Diego's version of the Castro District in San Francisco. the alibi bar they show hanging out in is the epicenter in Hillcrest. Fake biker club = fake heterosexual males....

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
I'm an east coast guy with many years in the MC/1%er world.. The LDMC is a joke. The fact that they are allowed to wear a 3 piece patch in that area leaves me with a lot of unanswered questions. Support club my ass. Their Pres and VP are punks. Complete comedy. Cops are concerned about them? for what? being douchebags and giving real 3 piece patch wearers a bad name? Get real folks. These guys are so far from the real deal it is scary.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
What a great show. Its nice to see a real MC for once, not a fake 1%er. Boy, these guys are the real deal, thats for sure.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
no real 1%er mc would put its business on tv

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
no real 1%er mc would put its business on tv

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
Couldn't agree more!! Real badass bikers, not some actors who dress up for the show!

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
You are an idiot.

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on
To the brothers of the black and white how many of these fake patches can you collect???

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