Free Souls Motorcycle Club

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Free Souls MC
Free Souls Motorcycle Club logo.jpg
Founded 1969
Type Outlaw motorcycle club
Region Pacific Northwest
Website www.free-souls-motorcycle-club.com

The Free Souls Motorcycle Club is an outlaw motorcycle club [1][2] that was formed in Eugene, Oregon in 1969.[3] Chapters exist in Oregon and Washington, Germany, and Australia.[1] 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.[2]

Criminal activities[edit]

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.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Branton, John (April 26, 1998), "Police, Bikers Clash At Free Souls Funeral", Columbian, Vancouver, Wash., p. 1 
  2. ^ a b Bishop, Bill (14 June 2009), "Trial shines light on `outlaw' biker gang activities in state", The Register-Guard 
  3. ^ Denson, Bryan (April 20, 2008). "Police fear violence as outlaw bikers move to Oregon". The Oregonian. 
  4. ^ Police Arrest Three In Raid Of Homes

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