O.K. I'll bite. It's the first gay motorcycle club? I can't believe I wrote that. "Not that anything's wrong with that." To quote Jerry Seinfeld.
They are certainly clean cut.
Ther`s something strange about the way girl on the floor has her arms up to the club member , who I think is also a woman. Seems kinda racy for the 20s. I think Dr Sprocket may be right.
The guy on the far right of your title picture is wearing the same Jersey as the guy in the middle.also the guy second from left of your title pic. Not to mention the fact that they are all toching each other...
oh yeah the rest of 'um look like they are wearing Wing Nut patches...
No, they're not gay. Even if theywere, back then it just meant happy. I can't help but wonder thename of the club. Late 1920's before the crash in California. Yeah, my granny dressed and actedlike the ladies in the photo. S/L the Bastard
No fatties - McDonald's hadn't yet served (clogged) billions and billions.
Here's what I see. If you look at the gentleman center of the picture in the different sweater. Look to persons to the right. The one being held by the girl on the ground. That "guy" has some really big boobies. I think that's a woman. The girl holding her seems quite infatuated with her. This club was the San Francisco MC. You draw your own conclusions. I'm most interested in the guy on the far right. He seems to have a skull and cross bones on his sweater. I want to know about that. And just for clarification those are NOT Wingnuts patches.
I suspect you're hoping for some long lost thread that leads you to the BRMC or Chicago Outlaws, but I think you'll find the guy with the skull 'n' crossbones on his jersey is just a Bash Street Kids fan - either that or my Uncle Ernst, formerly of the Berlin Freikorps.
GGMC probably means Golden Gate Motorcycle Club.did you ever find any higher resolution images of their sweater logos? could be a good one to repop.pete in frisco
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