The Hells Angels are seen as one of the most popular and well-known biker clubs on the planet. The club all started with a group of motorists located in Fontana, California. It was founded in 1948 and has spread far and wide to now include hundreds of international charters. The members of the Hells Angels have the reputation of breaking the law. However, these members are known to stick to one code of conduct, which is their own. The terms of this code of conduct include what they drive and wear to how they earn and maintain their place in the club. Here are some of their rules:
Needing to be Voted
Becoming a member of the Hells Angels is an extremely long process and can take many years. The reason for this is because you’re in it for life once you join. In order to get an invite to join, the entire group needs to vote you in.
Being a Prospect
Those who wish to join the Hells Angels first start as a ‘hang around.’ These hang around bikers get invited to some Hells Angels events so that members can get a fill for these potential members. ‘Prospect’ is the name that’s stitched into these potential member’s vests.