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Bandidos MC Worldwide is the official website of the Bandidos Motorcycleclub, a global outlaw biker organization with chapters in over 30 countries. Find news, events, guestbook, and information about the history, patch, and members of the Bandidos MC.
Bandidos Motorcycle Club - Wikipedia
The Bandidos MC is an outlaw motorcycle club with a worldwide membership of over 2,000–2,500 members and 303 chapters in 22 countries. Founded in 1966 by Donald Chambers, the club is known for its violent feuds with other MCs and its insignia of a Mexican bandit. It is estimated to be an organized crime syndicate by law enforcement agencies.
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Today the Bandidos Motorcycle Club is the largest 1% club in the Western Hemisphere, with 1100 members in Northers, Central and South American Countries. Latest News: Bandidos pay last respects Over 200 bikers gathered Sunday Read More Upcoming Events: No events found View Events Calendar Photos Media: View Gallery
Bandidos MC criminal allegations and incidents in the United States ...
As a result of the Twin Peaks brawl, three high-ranking members of the Bandidos MC (national vice-president John Portillo, national president Jeffrey Ray Pike, and sergeant-at-arms Justin Cole Forster), were taken into custody by the FBI between late December 2015 and January 2016.
Donald Eugene Chambers - Wikipedia
Donald Eugene Chambers (November 23, 1930 – July 18, 1999) was an American Marine, outlaw biker and founder of the Bandidos Motorcycle Club, in 1966 in San Leon, Texas. Chambers was convicted of murdering two drug dealers in 1972 and served a life sentence until his parole in 1983.