- Oct 18, 2018
OUTCASTS MOTORCYCLE CLUB
The Outcasts motorcycle club was founded in eastern Arizona in September of 2018 during the fall of the Ancients motorcycle club. The club made a decision to patch over both the Devil Riders motorcycle club and the Satanic Souls motorcycle club which resulted in individuals from the Satanic Souls slipping club earning under the table which would result in the ultimate failure of the Ancients as a whole.
Members from the club who retained an interested in the biker lifestyle did what they could to keep their club afloat, from slinging drugs and petty theft to even selling their homes to keep the club operational. It didn’t take long for them to realize that they’d be better off beginning on a clean slate, debt free. These individuals are the founding members of the Outcasts motorcycle club and are responsible for its inception.
Due to recent activities to keep the club operational, the club has been criminal in nature since the beginning with activities such as drug distribution, illegal gambling, and vehicle theft being it’s primary breadwinners. These activities quickly escalated and resulted in members being picked up with felony charges for the aforementioned activities. With the increase of law enforcement interested the club made a decision to liquidate and move out of state in early 2019. This vote also resulted in some members retiring as members refusing to leave their lives in Arizona behind.
The Outcasts they have a preference towards motorcycles, tattoos, clothing, and even symbols in which they attempt to reference them toward the club. Their membership is primarily White and Hispanic males however it’s rumored they allow Asian males into the general membership.
The patches or “colors” displayed by members stand out due to their unique color. Commonly motorcycle clubs utilize black, red, or white colors whereas the Outcasts claim blue and yellow as their primary colors, their logo depicting a grey fist holding a yellow chain surrounding in a blue background. Little is known to their structure by outsiders and members who have retired or been arrested have yet to publicly speak concerning the club.
What is known about the club is that it does not claim to be a 1% club despite it previously having been involved in major criminal activities and a number of smaller criminal activities to ensure club profit.
Membership with the Outcasts motorcycle club is straightforward however there are stipulations. Individuals who are (ex) law enforcement, convicted sex offenders, or child molesters are not allowed membership with no exception.
Individuals seeking membership will need to abide by the “bylaws” or regulations set by the club for its members to follow. They’ll need to own a motorcycle of at least 650cc or greater, possess a valid drivers license, and have the right personality for the club.
Full members are identified by their “full patches” which refers to the back of their jacking having the center logo and both the top and bottom rockers.