Free Souls Motorcycle Club
|Type||Outlaw motorcycle club|
The Free Souls Motorcycle Club is an outlaw motorcycle club  that was formed in Eugene, Oregon in 1969. Chapters exist in Oregon and Washington, Germany, and Australia. The club's center patch consists of an ankh over a motorcycle wheel which is itself over a set of motorcycle handlebars. The club colors are blue and white. Blue and White is a metonym for the club.
Three members of the Free Souls Motorcycle Club were arrested on 2 May 2007 when police raided six homes in Eugene, OR. The police seized motorcycles, firearms and illicit drugs during the course of the raids.
- Branton, John (April 26, 1998), "Police, Bikers Clash At Free Souls Funeral", Columbian, Vancouver, Wash., p. 1
- Bishop, Bill (14 June 2009), "Trial shines light on `outlaw' biker gang activities in state", The Register-Guard
- Denson, Bryan (April 20, 2008). "Police fear violence as outlaw bikers move to Oregon". The Oregonian.
- Police Arrest Three In Raid Of Homes