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PAST AND CURRENT MOTORCYCLE CLUBS - AUSTRALIA

Please correct any mistakes or missing names by posting in here so the list can be more accurate.



PAST AUSTRALIAN 1% CLUBS
(Outlaw clubs that have faded away)

NSW  
 
Assassins (Summer Hill)
Banderillos
Black Coats
Black Sabbath  
Black Souls (Ballina)
Blackwidows (Dorrigo)  
Blind Riders (Sydney)
Coffin Cheaters (Eastwood)
Condors (Armidale)
Corporation Sin
Cossacks (patched over by the Uhlans in the early 90's)
Deaths Disciples (Grafton)
Death Wish
Devils Advocates (became Rebels and Nomads)
Devils Demons (Sydney)
Devils Disciples
Devils Henchmen (Newcastle)
Devils Outlaws (Leeton)
Eastville Eagles (Maitland - Early 1960's)
Freewheelers
Fuhrers Kurs (Albury) [became Mobshitters]
Galloping Gooses
Ghost Riders
Grim Reapers
Gronks
Hades Outlaws (Sydney)  
Hades Henchmen  (Sutherland Shire 1970's)
Hangmen (Blakhurst)
Head Hunters (Sydney)
Henchmen
Highway Hogs (Albury)
Inquisition (Sydney about 1973)
Kings (1973)
Loners (Sydney 82-83)
Mongol Hordes (Sydney)
Mongols (70's)
Mother Phuckers (Sydney about 1973 to 80)
Mountain Men  
Mongrels
Nightriders (Lewisham) (1975)
Norsemen (Western Suburbs Sydney - early 70's)
Odins Raiders
Paranoid (Sydney)
Phantom Lords
Pharaohs  
Question Marks (Parramatta)
Rat Pak
Rats (Sydney)
Rats (Wollongong early 70's)  
Riverston Eagles (late 70s)
Road Barons  
Salems Witches (Dulwich Hill)
Saracens (Sydney)
Savages (Albury)
Satans Commandos
Satans Council (Sydney)
Satans Gladiators
Satans Outlaws
Satans Raiders
Satans Soldiers (NSW - 1980)
Scooter Tramps (Sydney)  
Slack (Sydney)
Strangers (became Gypsy Jokers)
Skunks (Griffith)    
Southern Cross Angels (60's) (changed name to Hells Angels, chartered '74)
Trojans (Sydney)  
Undertakers (Sydney about 1973)
Valhalla (Campbelltown 1972-late 73) [patched to Gypsy Joker]
Vikings (Sydney) [patched over to Mobshitters]
Vultures (late 60s early 70s)  [patched over to Mobshitters]
Warlocks (Coffs Harbour & Seven Hills)  
War Pigs (Newcastle) (patched over to Nomads)
Winged Nemesis
 
 
QLD  
 
Axemen (Brisbane)
Brisbane Rats
Brisbane Pigs
Chosen Breed (Far Nth Qld)  
Cossacks
Crusaders (FNQ)
Desert Rats (Mt. Isa)
Dogs & Daughters (Gladstone)
Donald Duck
Gladstone Gladiators (Gladstone early 70's)
Gorgons (Brisbane)
Greasers
Gronks
Iron Horsemen (Brisbane 1971-early 80's)
Knights  
Mace (Mackay)
Mickey Mouse MC (Brisbane) [early 70s]
Mountain Men (FNQ)
No Names (Pomona)
Norseman  
Pigs (Petrie Terrace Brisbane)
Renegades (Brisbane & Towsville)(1970-2013)(Townsville patched to Rebels)
Road Warriors (Sunshine Coast)  
Rsenders (FNQ)
Sadists
Satans Cavalry (Far Nth Qld)
Saurus Bane (Brisbane 1980's)
Slops (Brisbane) [85]
Stalkers (Surat)
Stormtroopers (Brisbane)
Twelfth Commandment (Toowoomba)  
Tyrants
Vendettas (FNQ)
Vagabonds
Vultures
Warlords (Brisbane) [early 70's to late 70's]


Victoria
 
Angels (70's) (Became Hells Angels)
Axemen
Banshees (now Black Uhlans)
Black Hearts
Black Watch
Black Widows
Bohemians (Ballarat) (70’s)
Broke Brothers (now Bandidos)
Cobras (Bendigo)
Colonials (Melbourne 80's/90's)
Confederates
Cougars (Horsham)
Critters
Deaths Creed  
Degenerates (Melbourne North)
Deviates  
Devils Outlaws
Devils Horsemen
Dominators (Brunswick)
Dominoes
Donald Ducks
Doom Riders
Fast Company  
Freak Brothers (late 70's)
Freedoms Shadows  (Mt. Dandenong area)
Gorgons
Heretics  
Loners (Ballarat) (now Bandidos)
Leneva Cribbenfoots (Wodonga)
Mad Dogs -  (Shepparton) (Patched over to Outlaws)
Nordic Knights (Melb then Beaufort)
Pagan Saints (Yarraville/Footscray - late 70's to mid 80's)
Phantoms (Ballarat) (50’s)
Pharaohs
Rat Pak
Rats Rectum
Renagades (Templestowe)
Resurrected (Morwell) (1976)
Road Pirates
Road Rebels  
Saints
Saints & Sinners
Saracens (Geelong)
Satans Cavalry (Gippsland)
Satans Sinners (Moorabin) (now Coffin Cheaters)  
The Others MC (Melbourne - Mid 1980's)
Tribesmen
Tyrants
Undertakers
United Hawks
Vigilantes (Glenroy/Pascoe Vale '58-'64)
Warlocks (Geelong)


South Australia
 
Acomas (Whyalla)
Alucards (Whyalla & Port Pirie)  
Aquilla  
Axeman
Bad Company (Norwood, Adelaide mid 70s)
Blagards  
Barbarians (now Hells Angels)
Comanchero
Cruds
C.U.N.T.S  (Roxby Downs/Woomera)
El Diablo (Mt Gambier)
Filthy Few (1972-? became Mandamas)
Galloping Ghost (Port Augusta)
Iroquois
Loners (early to mid 70's)
Lost Souls (Port Lincoln)
Mandamas  (Glenelg to Norlunga area, patched over by Gypsy Joker 1986)
Mongrels (Mt Gambier)
Mountain Men  
Outcasts  
Reapers (Elizabeth/ Salisbury)
Rogues (Corydon in Adelaide  late 70's early 80's)
Sakana.  (Adelaide. mid 70's)
Saracens (Adelaide late 60's to early 70's)
Satyrs  
Spartans
Tyrants
Undertakers
Vikings (Norwood, Adelaide. mid 70's)
Warlords (Adelaide)  
Werehounds (Tea Tree Gully Adelaide. mid 70's)
  

 
Western Australia
 
Ghost Riders (Patched Over to CoffinCheaters)
Heavy Kev Confederates (Patched Over to CoffinCheaters)
Rebels 8
Satan's Commando's  
 


ACT
 
Chosen Few
Cossacks
Hellraisers
The Rats


  
Northern Territory  
 
Blonks  (patched over to Hells Angels 1992)


Tasmania
 
Born Losers (early 70s)
Saracens (up to late 70s)
 
 
PAST CLUBS THAT HAVE UNKNOWN LOCATION
(need info)
  
Slops ( ? )



OTHER PAST CLUBS
(10% and Christian clubs)

Apaches (Melb) (80's)
Australian Infidels (2011-2013)
Christs Riders (Ballarat '89 - '95)
CPR (Warrnambool, Vic)
Flower Pot Men
Kings Messengers (Creswick)
Mountain Devils (Mt. Dandenong)
Pigs (Sydney)
Pirates
Prophets (Albury/Wodonga?)
Clan Ocky (Victoria '85 -'91)
Wanderers (mainly Vic but everywhere)
 
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CURRENT 1% CLUBS AUSTRALIA  

  
American Outlaw Association (also called 'Outlaws') (Tas)
Bandidos
Black Uhlans
Bros (Vic)
Club Deroes (WA)
Coffin Cheaters (WA and Vic)
Commancheros
Cossacks
Descendants (SA)
Derelicts (Vic)
Devils Henchmen (Tas)
Diablos (Vic)
Drifters (Vic)
Finks
Foolish Few (Coburg, Melb)
Fourth Reich (Melbourne and Wollongong)
Gladiators (NSW)
Gods Garbage (WA)
Gypsy Joker
Hells Angels
Highway 61
Highwaymen
Huns (Vic)
Immortals (Vic)
Iron Horsemen (Vic/Qld)
Life and Death
Lone Wolf
Mobshitters (NSW/Vic/SA)  
Mongols
Nomads
Odins Warriors
Outcasts (NSW & Vic)
Outlaws (Vic/NSW/Qld/WA/Tas)
Phoenix MC (NSW)
Rebels
Red Devils (QLD & SA)
Rock Machine (Sydney, Perth)
Satans Riders (Tas)
Satans Soldiers (Vic)
Scoundrels (Vic)
Sixty Sixers
The Huns (Vic)
Tramps (Vic)  
Vandiemans
Vigilanties (Vic)
Vikings (Vic)
 


CURRENT 10% & Military CLUBS

Ambassadors CMC
Brotherhood CMC
Compadres CMC
Gods Squad CMC
Longriders CMC (Vic & SA)
Saints CMC (QLD)
Veterans MC (WA)
Veterans MC (QLD)
Vietnam Veterans MC




OTHER CURRENT CLUBS
(Large, Long Established, and/or International)

Bikers For Christ (Motorcycle Ministry)
Diggers (Military MC) (NSW, QLD, NT)
H.O.G
Patriots (Military MC)
Tribe of Judah (Motorcycle Ministry)
Ulysses


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This list of Australian MC Clubs (past and current) was originally compiled by Windy at the 'Spleen Vent' website involving several years of work.
It's continuance is an effort between many contributors.
It is not my original work, I am only assisting in updating it.
I also send any new updates I have to the original list compiler Windy.
This list is not posted here as competition to Windy's efforts, but to compliment it and make the information available to more readers.
 




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My memory is slightly fucked but I can clearly remember The Chosen Few having a club in the ACT.

Also Blood Circus, WA. had a small chapter in the ACT but the main guys moved away or got married so the Chapter although existed was not large and wasnt around for long.  They used to meet at the Ainslie Rex on Northbourne Ave, now a Greyhound bus depot I think.  Blood Circus was patched over (cant remember who now) and then the club that patched them was in turn patched.  Glenn was the ACT President, he had the charter from WA.

There are a couple more ACT clubs from the late 60's era, their names might come to me again one day.
 



 
 
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My memory is slightly fucked but I can clearly remember The Chosen Few having a club in the ACT.

Also Blood Circus, WA. had a small chapter in the ACT but the main guys moved away or got married so the Chapter although existed was not large and wasnt around for long.  They used to meet at the Ainslie Rex on Northbourne Ave, now a Greyhound bus depot I think.  Blood Circus was patched over (cant remember who now) and then the club that patched them was in turn patched.  Glenn was the ACT President, he had the charter from WA.


Thanks Herne. But you are full of shit!

In a private post you claimed to have been the Sgt at Arms of Blood Circus in ACT.
Strange considering you've never ridden a bike in your life, and on checking across the whole of Australia, there has never been a club anywhere called Blood Circus.
On questioning you, you then said you don't even remember who you patched over to (you don't remember??? or couldn't make up another club name fast enough??? If someone patches to another club don't you think they'd know who they patched over to?), but also told another member in here that you shut the club down and everyone drifted away.
Mate, you can't even get your bullshit straight.
 




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Melbourne - Devil's Horsemen (74 - 76)

Other than that , I think you have it covered.
 



 
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The list looks well covered alright.....good job

Edit....apologies mate one more to add the list.....Blue Knights
 



 
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Fuck .. that has surprised me .. I knew / heard of quite a few of them .. but to see them listed .. that is a lot .. it would be interesting to see the numbers of each club as well ..
Imagine if all riders gathered together on the steps of parliament and told them to fuck them self over the ridiculous anti bike laws and the proposed new ones .. (eg: loud pipes, Hi-vis vest, helmet sticker compliance, 0.0 alcohol, etc)
WELL DONE Ken.

 




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Warlocks , Sydney late 60s early 70s , come on Ken they where in Sevo mate , club folded to become H.A. Corperation Sin old Toongabbie Sharpies . Quite a few more as well , here is another The Flower Pot Men they where a social club by memory , used to see them at Bathurst Races .
 



 
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Warlocks , Sydney late 60s early 70s , come on Ken they where in Sevo mate , club folded to become H.A. Corperation Sin old Toongabbie Sharpies . Quite a few more as well , here is another The Flower Pot Men they where a social club by memory , used to see them at Bathurst Races .


Thanks Bluey.

Strangely I don't remember any 'Warlocks' from my own suburb smiley-laughing002
I was probably too busy elsewhere!

Keep em coming everyone so we can get this History list correct smiley-happy088
 




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Sharpies were from my pre pubecent age.
There were the Carpenter road sharpies in Colyton ,near St Mary's in the 70's
I think Sharpies were a generic term.??
Like hoods ,wedgies bodgies or should I say it bikies ?
<~~~~~~~could be wrong.
 



 
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Hey where are the "UglyMutherfuckers"

They need love too.

Respect!!  
 



 
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Well said Andrew....a few of the clubs are on the verge all out bloody conflict and should take a leaf out of that. With increased control for supremacy it's a volatile situation which could escalate into another turf war....if it does happen lets hope they stay out of the publics way.
 



 
 
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Sharpies were from my pre pubecent age.
There were the Carpenter road sharpies in Colyton ,near St Mary's in the 70's
I think Sharpies were a generic term.??
Like hoods ,wedgies bodgies or should I say it bikies ?
<~~~~~~~could be wrong.
Yeah their where a lot of sharpie gangs around in the 70s , St Marys sharpies , remember them the biggest one was probably the Town Hall Sharpies , heaps of them critters
 



 
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Yep, seen that list Trev.

That Wiki list is worldwide, not just Australian, only lists "notable outlaw motorcycle clubs" and is not very accurate.

Also, you will see 'Notorious' listed in the Wiki site.
Notorious are not really an MC in the true sense of the term. They are a street gang with some members that ride Bikes and they even have child members, even though they were founded originally by ex Nomads MC members.
 




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Sharpies were from my pre pubecent age.
There were the Carpenter road sharpies in Colyton ,near St Mary's in the 70's
I think Sharpies were a generic term.??
Like hoods ,wedgies bodgies or should I say it bikies ?
<~~~~~~~could be wrong.
Yeah their where a lot of sharpie gangs around in the 70s , St Marys sharpies , remember them the biggest one was probably the Town Hall Sharpies , heaps of them critters


Yeah, I was hanging with the Kings Cross Sharpies for a short time in 1974 while they needed back-up numbers against the Town Hall & Kings Cross Skinheads.
I got stabbed in the knee in the huge rumble on the Town Hall steps smiley-laughing004

But Skinheads and Sharpies and Street Gangs are a different breed of animal. I won't be sticking any of them on this Bike Club list smiley-happy088
 




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How did Sharpies get recognition with Bikies.

Two different breds.

I know because I lived in Sydney western suburbs in the late 60's to mid 70's.

Liverpool and Green Valley was their original strong holds.

Spent a lot of time in the city, the sharpies and skinheads owned the Town Hall area.

Weak as shit 90% of them, group mentally and fucked without it.
 




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Cheers Ken...thank fuck we don't have this mob in Australia...they are supposed to be the most dangerous biker group in the world. They hail from Canada and are called the Rock Machine, and are allegedly responsible for over 150 deaths, car bombs etc.

"Police warn a new drug-peddling Canadian bikie gang called Rock Machine is threatening to establish its presence in Western Australia, beginning with a national run through Perth this weekend.

Detective Superintendent Kim Papalia from the gang crime squad said Rock Machine - whose members are renowned for their violence and extortion - was re-emerging as a force in the USA and Australia after being absorbed by the Bandidos gang about nine years ago.

Detective Papalia would not say how many members were in WA or how many would be embarking on the run, but he said Rock Machine posed a "significant public safety risk" and could lead to an "increase in tensions" with rival gangs. He was also tight-lipped about where Rock Machine would base itself in Perth.

He said police had begun approaching people believed to be involved with the club, and hinted police could take a similar line to that adopted when the Finks went on their run through Perth several weeks ago.

"We don't know what they intend to do (in Perth) at the moment," Detective Papalia said, adding members from Canada could be involved in the run.

Meanwhile, gang crime detectives hailed the "Phone in a bikie" campaign on June 23 a success and said it would be repeated next year after 400 calls yielded information that saw about $11 million in illicit drugs taken off Perth streets.

About 69 members of motorcycle clubs and their associates were charged by police and faced a total of 189 offences - including 43 for drug trafficking.

What is Rock Machine?

Rock Machine was formed in Montreal, Canada in the early 1990s and then spread its wings across the province of Quebec.

Rock Machine was initially a drug-dealing organisation when it was started up by independent drug dealers and notorious Montreal crime families.

The group was set up to thwart one of the world's oldest bikie gangs, the Hells Angels, from trying to take over Montreal's street-level drug scene.

What ensued was a bitter rivalry between Rock Machine - whose ethnicity comprised mostly French-Canadian members - and the Hells Angels between 1994 and 2002 in which 150 people were killed.

As a result of the bloody turf war, Rock Machine turned into a motorcycle gang and it soon formed an alliance with the Texas-based Bandidos.

Unlike other clubs that took pride in wearing leather vests bearing identifying patches, Rock Machine members were said to have only worn rings with the sign of an eagle on them.

Detective Papalia confirmed some members wore such rings, but he would not speculate on the reasons why they would do this.

"They're an interesting organisation within the culture of outlaw motorcycle gangs," he said. "We are aware they wear different types of paraphernalia."

In 2000, when the Bandidos took over Rock Machine, several members defected to the Hells Angels when the Bandidos did not grant full patch-wearing membership status to Rock Machine's junior members.

The extent of Rock Machine's presence in Australia is not officially known. However, one suspected associate of the group was arrested in Sydney earlier this year after he allegedly drove a stretched limousine into a car and a shed and then assaulted police.

Now, Rock Machine has an Australian chapter in Sydney as well as a presence across several states in the USA and Canada, but no longer in its old stomping ground of Quebec.

Detective Papalia would not confirm if police sought information from their NSW counterparts or the Australian Crime Commission on Rock Machine, but said all law enforcement agencies both nationally and overseas constantly share information.

He said he could not explain why Rock Machine - like dozens of other motorcycle clubs before them - became attracted to Perth.

"The Rock Machine outlaw motorcycle gang like all outlaw motorcycle gangs represent a threat to community safety," he said.

"They impact on public health through drug distribution and they also impact on the risk in the community through their overt and active involvement in violence and extortion.

"We will police Rock Machine on behalf of the community of this State to get that clear message, 'not here, not ever'."

Australian Crime Commission chief executive John Lawler said the agency refused to comment on the specific activities of criminal groups, including motorcycle clubs.

"The Rock Machine outlaw motorcycle gang, like all outlaw motorcycle gangs represent a real and present threat to the Australian community," he said.

"Outlaw motorcycle gangs remain a visible criminal threat and continue to be quite rightly targeted by law enforcement throughout the country."
 



 
 
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My time in Melbourne around 74 to 77, Sharpies were nothing but a better dressed Skinhead. Shitload of blues with them nevertheless and use to say that they were just skinheads with new clothes.
 



 
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I spoke too soon...theres supposed to be eight chapters here in Australia  

Rock Machine
 



 
 
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I know you take it as gospel Trev, but any of that shit released by the police media corps must be taken with a grain of salt. The police forces of Australia have an agenda as well.
 



 
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