All About The Notorious Pagan Biker Gang
Pagan Motorcycle club is an outlaw bikers club established in 1950 by Lou Dobkin in Prince George’s Country, Maryland, US. The club expanded very quickly and by 1965 started to evolve with the lines of a conventional one-percenter biker club. The pagans club members initially dressed in blue denim jackets and they use to ride Triumphs motorcycles.
The Pagans are classified as an outlaw biker gang by the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation). The Pagans are known to battle over the province with the HAMC (Hells Angels Motorcycle Club) and other bikers clubs. This club is very active on the East Coast of the US, including Florida, Delaware, New Jersy, Kentucky, New York, Maryland, Ohio, North Carolina, South Carolina, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Virginia, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Puerto Rico, Massachusetts.
The Pagan biker gang is considered as one of the biggest in four one-percenter club along with Bandidos MC, Hells Angels, and Outlaws MC.
Unlike other motorcycle clubs, the Pagans website share very little info about the club, actually, the PMC website is just a cover for promoting events and it does not provide the location or the history of the club, so if you want to know about the Pagans, then you have to search other sources. The club wants to develop but at the same time it will not provide sufficient information, even it is harder for law enforcement to find the club locations and size.
Pagans Motorcycle Club Founding and Pagans MC History:
The Pagans MC was established in Maryland, USA in 1959 by Lou Dobkin. When the Pagans were first started, the club has only thirteen members. The club member initially dressing and riding has changed by the mid of the 1960s, and they transformed to be more in edge with the other one-percenter motorcycle clubs riding Harley-Davidson motorcycles and started wearing more standard one-percenter attire.
Pagans MC Patches and Pagans MC Club:
The Pagans motorcycle patch contains Surtr a Norse fire-giant who is sitting on the sun with a sword in hand. The biker gang members do not dress in a bottom rocker as it generally shows the location of their chapter. They use to give out very little information so that the law enforcement and other agencies will not have an idea from where the Pagans club members came from.
Some of the regular other patches that be identified on members that include:
- The motto ‘Live and Die’ – Number 4
- The motto of Nazi SS – Number 5
- “In memory” patch – Number 7
- The Pagans member’s chapter – Number 9
- Affiliation with the Mother Chapter – Number 13
Several members of Pagans Motorcycle Club members also wear Nazi and other white patches and regular tattoos including ‘ARGO’ (Ar Go Funck Yourself) and ‘NUNYA’ (Nun ‘Ya Fuckin’ Business).
Pagans MC Motto: The biker gangs frequently wear the patch number 4 that signifies the ‘Live and Die’ motto. Many individuals consider this as a semi-official motto of Pagans MC.
A considerable amount of the development of the Pagans MC chapters can be endorsed to join with smaller clubs.