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  1. Hells Angels - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    The Hells Angels' official website attributes the official "death's head" i702nsignia design to Frank Sadilek, past president of the San Francisco chapter. The colors ...
  1. Hells Angels - Start Page

    The words Hells Angels and the Deaths Head Logo are property of Hells Angels Motorcycle Corporation, Inc. and are protected by Trademarks (TM), Service marks ®, …
  1. History of the Rochester Chapter - Hells Angels - Start Page

    On a quiet street on Rochester's west side, on any given day, you can find the shiniest, loudest, fastest and most loved motorcycles parked in front of a house ...
  1. Despite Outlaw Image, Hells Angels Sue Often -

    Nov 29, 2013 · Matthew Staver for The New York Times. Protecting the Brand: The Hells Angels have grown increasingly litigious, learning to employ the legal system to ...
  1. Hell's Angels - New York City - New York, NY :

    Grange: 9th Aug 2006 - 11:16 GMT. Evil , I suprised by you , Didnt the hells angels and the rock machine have a turf war in the montreal a while back ?
  1. Hells Angels NYC - Big Red Machine

    now available limited edition 30 year anniversary first time ever on dvd digitally remastered hells angels forever the true story of an american phenomenon
  1. Former Hells Angels leader slams New York beating after ...

    Oct 05, 2013 · George Christie, former leader of the Hells Angels' Ventura chapter, criticized the actions of motorcycle riders in New York. (Karen Quincy Loberg/Ventura ...
  1. Hells Angels motorcycle club official World website

    HELLS ANGELS and the skull logo (R) are trademarks owned by Hells Angels Motorcycle Corporation, registered world wide. All logos and designs of Hells Angels
  1. Hell's Angels: The Strange and Terrible Saga of the Outlaw ...

    Origins . Hell's Angels began as the article "The Motorcycle Gangs: Losers and Outsiders" (reprinted ) written by Thompson for the May 17, 1965 issue of The Nation.

    Current Charters of New York: New York City(1969) Rochester(1969) Nomads(1984) Long Island(1994) New Roc City(2000) Troy(2010) Wallkill(2011)