Road Rats Motorcycle Club
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|Type||Outlaw motorcycle club|
The Road Rats MC, a London-based independent English outlaw motorcycle club established in the 1960s. 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, in which two Road Rats were killed, and for murdering one of the founders of the Cycle Tramps MC.
The Rats are notorious for having fallen out with almost every motorcycle club in the UK and a few outside of the UK.
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