Blue Angels Motorcycle Club

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Blue Angels Motorcycle Club
Blue Angels MC logo.png
Founded 1963
Location Glasgow, Scotland
Founder Allan Morrison and
Type Outlaw motorcycle club
Region UK, Belgium, Spain.
Activities Oldest outlaw motorcycle club in Europe
Abbreviation BAMC

The Blue Angels Motorcycle Club (BAMC) is a one-percenter motorcycle club that was formed by Allan Morrison and Billy Gordon in the Maryhill area of Glasgow, Scotland in 1963.[1] "Blue" stands for Bastards, Lunatics, Undesireables and Eccentrics but the name also came from other sources; blue is the main colour of the Scotland flag.[2] The Blue Angels are one of the largest motorcycle clubs in the United Kingdom, only falling behind the Outlaws, Hells Angels and Satans Slaves.[2]

The Blue Angels have six chapters throughout Scotland Glasgow, West coast, South east , Aberdeen , Fife and Edinburgh and in Leeds , South lakes and york[2] The club's insignia consists of a skull wearing a German Army helmet (sometimes with a swastika or a national flag on the side) and golden wings coming out from the side. John McDermot designed the patches and the name Blue Angels came from a boat they saw in Loch Lomond in 1963.

Clubhouse Blue Angels Belgium in Erpe


  1. ^ In The Beginning, Blue Angels Scotland, March 2010 [dubious ]
  2. ^ a b c "Inside the Biker Gangs: The Truth About Guns, Drugs and Organised Crime", The Independent, 14 August 2007, archived from the original on 20 February 2009 

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