Road Rats Motorcycle Club

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Road Rats MC
Road Rats Motorcycle Club logo.jpg
Founded 1960s
Location London, UK
Type Outlaw motorcycle club
Region SE England
Abbreviation The Rats

The Road Rats MC, a London-based independent English outlaw motorcycle club[1] establish in the 1960. Arguably, one of the "oldest and toughest motorcycle clubs in the country" which became notable for its clashes with the English Hells Angels chapter, including a shooting on Chelsea Bridge, the Satan's Slaves MC,[2] in which two Road Rats were killed, and for murdering one of the founders of the Cycle Tramps MC.[3]

The Rats are notorious for having fallen out with almost every motorcycle club in the UK and a few outside of the UK.[4]

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  1. ^ A Few Kind Words and a Loaded Gun: The Autobiography of a Career Criminal. Smith, Razor. Chicago Review Press, 2006, ISBN 1556525710
  2. ^ Riders on the storm. The Guardian, 13 February 1999. McGrath, Melanie
  3. ^ Outlaws: Inside the Violent World of Biker Gangs, Thompson, Tony. Hachette UK, 2011
  4. ^ The One Percenter Encyclopedia: The World of Outlaw Motorcycle Clubs from Abyss Ghosts to Zombies Elite. Hayes, Bill. MBI Publishing Company, 30 Dec 2011