Not to be confused with mere bike enthusiast clubs who meet to ride and socialise, outlaw motorcycle gangs or OMCG's are responsible for much of our nation's organised crime. OMCGs are tied up in illicit commodity markets, particularly in the drug trade, and often perpetrate high impact violence, including the use of firearms and arson. Around 44 of Australia's bikie gangs have been outlawed. This is in reference to their belief that, unlike the rest of society, they are free to operate outside the law. The following is a list of Australian outlaw motorcycle clubs -.
Australian Outlaw Motorcycle Clubs & their Territories
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We love to see them in literature, movies, video games, or in any form of consumable media. Wherever you are in the world or whatever culture you grew up in, the underworld always holds a form of mystic attractiveness over most of us. Outlaw motorcycle gangs definitely hold this sense of tantalising taboo in Australia. Pop culture and media have portrayed bikie gangs as the roughest and toughest combination of men and machines that ever graced the Australian highways.
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The Finks Motorcycle Club is a tight-knit group known as much for its rigorous membership process and demand for secrecy as its notorious criminal reputation. Formed more than half a century ago in Sydney and now with chapters all around the country, little is seen of the inner workings of the notorious bikie gang as police work to crack down on its members. But the club does appear to maintain an Instagram account, with some photos giving insight to the MC's daily workings. Trust me, I'm a Fink'. For more than half a century the Finks Motorcycle Club has been a private group, but a rare look inside last month revealed they are 'normal blokes'.
Wedding bells are ringing for one half of the Hairy Bikers They have starred in a host of hit TV shows, written 21 cookbooks and become national treasures to boot. And while weathering the storms of divorces and health scares, the pair have remained steadfast pals. Now, five years after separating from his first wife of 27 years, Si, 53, reveals he is tying the knot with Australian chef Michele Cranston.