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 Wow... Something I haven't seen here in Washington...A 1 percenter flying colors
spankybear  [Team Member]
7/31/2009 8:48:06 PM EST
Crappy phone camera... He be flying a Bandidos patch...




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CrownAndSeven  [Team Member]
7/31/2009 8:59:37 PM EST
Saw a few of those guys a year ago at The Oxford in Snohomish... 2 of the 3 did NOT look like 1%er's. Hell, one looked like an accountant who just got out of his job in Downtown Bellevue. I'm no expert, but I don't think they are quite the same gang they once were (in this area at least)...

1GUNRUNNER  [Life Member]
7/31/2009 9:00:53 PM EST
Big deal, I have a patch of flying banditos AND a bag of Doritos.
Clown_Gun  [Team Member]
7/31/2009 9:01:47 PM EST
I've seen 'em before. Worked with a guy that said he was prospecting with the Bandidos.

Not long after he told us that, he stopped coming to work. Never called the company to say why. Even left his welding hood behind.





I wonder where the Badidos buried him?
gwitness  [Team Member]
7/31/2009 9:38:53 PM EST
Originally Posted By spankybear:
Crappy phone camera... He be flying a Bandidos patch...


http://members.dslextreme.com/users/jebcat/07-31-09_1556.jpg



Hey isn't that where I cut you off?...........

btw...I see Bandidos flying their colors quite often.
usnpjs  [Team Member]
7/31/2009 9:40:18 PM EST
metric ton of them up here, they have a group based out of anacortes.
Road-kill  [Team Member]
7/31/2009 9:44:28 PM EST
There are a fair number of the running around Whatcom County.

It might be a border thing ??
jonathon  [Team Member]
7/31/2009 9:51:03 PM EST
We've had the 1% crowd down around the 'couv a few times in recent months.. most notable a shitstorm of them rolled down 162nd and onto 4th plain, playing mayhem with traffic and failing to yield to law enforcement. Not much they could do when there were around 150 of them...
Silly_Look  [Team Member]
7/31/2009 9:53:11 PM EST
Originally Posted By Road-kill:
There are a fair number of the running around Whatcom County.

It might be a border thing ??


Meth.
BusySquirrel  [Team Member]
7/31/2009 9:55:21 PM EST
Originally Posted By gwitness:
...I see Bandidos flying their colors quite often.


this.
sixgunsblazing  [Team Member]
7/31/2009 9:57:04 PM EST
Plenty of Banditos in WA, and more than a few Gypsy Jokers
Stumps  [Team Member]
7/31/2009 10:02:20 PM EST
Originally Posted By sixgunsblazing:
Plenty of Banditos in WA, and more than a few Gypsy Jokers


And Hells Angels, they have had a WA chapter for a while now. Jokers have had a club house in Tacoma off M St. for many years.
Road-kill  [Team Member]
7/31/2009 10:05:09 PM EST
Originally Posted By Silly_Look:
Originally Posted By Road-kill:
There are a fair number of the running around Whatcom County.

It might be a border thing ??


Meth.


I was thinking import / export.
Kolat  [Team Member]
7/31/2009 10:09:40 PM EST
I see banditos and angels all the time on the dry and cool side of the state

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Gibby  [Team Member]
7/31/2009 10:44:14 PM EST
Every once in a while they take over the Spar Tree Tavern here in town. Never heard of any major problems with them while they are here. Then again when they do show up I also see a good size police presence as well.
Midnightcreeper  [Team Member]
8/1/2009 3:49:14 AM EST
I've seen a few Bandidos and some Gypsy Jokers......but I've never seen the 1% patch on them. I know the 'Red and White' will seriously break somebody for wearing
a 1% patch if they think you didn't earn it. You gotta 'get wet' to earn one of those.



BusMaster007  [Team Member]
8/1/2009 6:08:11 AM EST
1%

Silly_Look  [Team Member]
8/1/2009 7:18:28 AM EST
From Wikipedia:

"The Bandidos also have a number of puppet, or so-called "support," clubs, who are used as proxies for both legal and illegal activities. These groups usually wear reverse colors (gold border with red background rather than the Bandidos' red-border–and–gold background). They also commonly wear a unique patch consisting of a round patch in Bandidos colors on the front upper left of the colors (vest), as worn by the member. Most of these clubs are regional."

So he is a proxie.

I saw a group (20) of Hells Angels in Idaho, riding together a couple of years ago. They were in a tight formation, not staggered, one bike length separating each bike, about 15 MPH over the speed limit and moving as one unit. They had some decent precision.

Met a couple of them through a recovery program. Well, they claim to be. For some reason being in an outlaw motorcycle gang is the equivalent to being in the Navy SEALs. Seems the guys who really were keep that shit to themselves.
libertynews  [Team Member]
8/1/2009 7:31:36 AM EST
I remember when I was a kid the Hells Angels came through Packwood. I guess the Sheriff warned everyone and they locked up is kids so we wouldn't be unduly influenced by loud motorcycles going by.
DoberDude  [Team Member]
8/1/2009 8:32:18 AM EST

Some of you guys need to get out more. This is a Bandido state. They are all over the place. Their support clubs include the Amigo's, the Hombre's and several others.
Have your fun here poking them with a stick if you wish. DON'T do it in person. I see lots of them bar hopping and at the oyster run every year etc. Never had a problem.
But then again I know the rules
BusySquirrel  [Team Member]
8/1/2009 9:47:17 AM EST
Originally Posted By DoberDude:
I see lots of them bar hopping and at the oyster run every year etc. Never had a problem.

Hey, let's go to the two "hangout houses" they got here in my neighborhood and stop in for a drink.

Well, one of the homeowners may have moved, but the other is still definately here.
Tweak  [Team Member]
8/1/2009 10:09:14 AM EST
Originally Posted By Silly_Look:
From Wikipedia:
(gold border with red background rather than the Bandidos' red-border–and–gold background).

So he is a proxie.






Are his reversed?

Used to work with the Sgt at Arms of the local chapter, they're around.

migradog  [Moderator]
8/1/2009 10:16:50 AM EST
Plenty of Bandido's up here in Whatcom Co.
There's also the Amigo's who are a Bandido affiliate.
The Hell's Angles are the dominant MC in BC.
DoberDude  [Team Member]
8/1/2009 10:52:01 AM EST
Originally Posted By Tweak:
Originally Posted By Silly_Look:
From Wikipedia:
(gold border with red background rather than the Bandidos' red-border–and–gold background).

So he is a proxie.


http://members.dslextreme.com/users/jebcat/07-31-09_1556.jpg

http://www.bandidosmc.dk/graphics/topdeco_r.jpg

Are his reversed?

Used to work with the Sgt at Arms of the local chapter, they're around.


If he's got the top and bottom Rocker and it says "Bandidos" and the State, he's a full patch holder.

Or he's trying to commit suicide.


1GUNRUNNER  [Life Member]
8/1/2009 11:48:59 AM EST
Who really gives a fuck?
ViniVidivici  [Team Member]
8/1/2009 11:52:46 AM EST
Originally Posted By 1GUNRUNNER:
Who really gives a fuck?


You're one of 'em aren't ya.

Tweak  [Team Member]
8/1/2009 12:02:46 PM EST
In his case it's more the Frito Bandito
Tweak  [Team Member]
8/1/2009 12:21:58 PM EST
can't find a pic of the actor
Red_Pill  [Member]
8/1/2009 12:27:57 PM EST
Originally Posted By DoberDude:

Some of you guys need to get out more. This is a Bandido state. They are all over the place. Their support clubs include the Amigo's, the Hombre's and several others.
Have your fun here poking them with a stick if you wish. DON'T do it in person. I see lots of them bar hopping and at the oyster run every year etc. Never had a problem.
But then again I know the rules


What, do they think they're tough guys or something?

Are they just general-purpose tough guys, or are they drug dealing criminals, or what?

ViniVidivici  [Team Member]
8/1/2009 12:36:28 PM EST
Originally Posted By Red_Pill:
Originally Posted By DoberDude:

Some of you guys need to get out more. This is a Bandido state. They are all over the place. Their support clubs include the Amigo's, the Hombre's and several others.
Have your fun here poking them with a stick if you wish. DON'T do it in person. I see lots of them bar hopping and at the oyster run every year etc. Never had a problem.
But then again I know the rules


What, do they think they're tough guys or something?

Are they just general-purpose tough guys, or are they drug dealing criminals, or what?



I highly recommend you ask one next time ya see one! Get it straight from the horses mouth.

dillonivik  [Member]
8/1/2009 12:42:43 PM EST
Originally Posted By Red_Pill:
Originally Posted By DoberDude:

Some of you guys need to get out more. This is a Bandido state. They are all over the place. Their support clubs include the Amigo's, the Hombre's and several others.
Have your fun here poking them with a stick if you wish. DON'T do it in person. I see lots of them bar hopping and at the oyster run every year etc. Never had a problem.
But then again I know the rules


What, do they think they're tough guys or something?

Are they just general-purpose tough guys, or are they drug dealing criminals, or what?



thats perty much what the 1%er patch means...
spankybear  [Team Member]
8/1/2009 1:06:36 PM EST
Originally Posted By DoberDude:
Originally Posted By Tweak:
Originally Posted By Silly_Look:
From Wikipedia:
(gold border with red background rather than the Bandidos' red-border–and–gold background).

So he is a proxie.


http://members.dslextreme.com/users/jebcat/07-31-09_1556.jpg

http://www.bandidosmc.dk/graphics/topdeco_r.jpg

Are his reversed?

Used to work with the Sgt at Arms of the local chapter, they're around.


If he's got the top and bottom Rocker and it says "Bandidos" and the State, he's a full patch holder.

Or he's trying to commit suicide.




He has a full patch with the rockers, 1%er and MC... You can't see it in the picture but the bumper stickers on his bags said "Bandidos MC property" I wasn't going to fuck with him.

ETA... If he is just wearing them for the "fun" he's going to be hurting soon

BJohnson383  [Member]
8/1/2009 4:08:36 PM EST
Originally Posted By BusySquirrel:
Originally Posted By gwitness:
...I see Bandidos flying their colors quite often.


this.


You need to get out more often.
Deputy224  [Member]
8/1/2009 4:37:04 PM EST
We get OMGs bikers in here all the time flying colors and running the 1% patches. So far, no problems.
HABU  [Team Member]
8/1/2009 4:47:21 PM EST
Didn't the hells angels get their asses kicked by the loggers in Forks a while back?

Stumps  [Team Member]
8/1/2009 5:12:02 PM EST
Originally Posted By ViniVidivici:
Originally Posted By Red_Pill:
Originally Posted By DoberDude:

Some of you guys need to get out more. This is a Bandido state. They are all over the place. Their support clubs include the Amigo's, the Hombre's and several others.
Have your fun here poking them with a stick if you wish. DON'T do it in person. I see lots of them bar hopping and at the oyster run every year etc. Never had a problem.
But then again I know the rules


What, do they think they're tough guys or something?

Are they just general-purpose tough guys, or are they drug dealing criminals, or what?



I highly recommend you ask one next time ya see one! Get it straight from the horses mouth.



They are tough guys in a group, alone not so much. If they get into a scrap one on one and lose they return with lots of friends. Nothing special about them, they are just gangsters on bikes.
161Infantry  [Team Member]
8/1/2009 8:30:41 PM EST
Originally Posted By DoberDude:

Some of you guys need to get out more. This is a Bandido state. They are all over the place. Their support clubs include the Amigo's, the Hombre's and several others.
Have your fun here poking them with a stick if you wish. DON'T do it in person. I see lots of them bar hopping and at the oyster run every year etc. Never had a problem.
But then again I know the rules
Hermanos......

bigscrun  [Team Member]
8/1/2009 8:43:47 PM EST
I have done alot of stereo systems on MC club guys bikes. Never had a problem, they all knoew their shit about their bikes, they all ground me for great deals, but they all paid in full and were decent enough guys as customers. Got quite a few referrals from them also. All in all, pretty uneventful, did not make alot of money off of them, but did not have alot of headaches either.
Tweak  [Team Member]
8/2/2009 12:50:21 AM EST
partaking in drug, prostitution, and stolen vehicle profits huh? Two makes it a conspiracy.....
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