Riding on the Edge: A Motorcycle Outlaw's Tale
Ride with author John Hall into the turbulent world of 1960s bike club culture, from the time he joined an upstart motorcycle club from Dixie, and rose to become Long Island chapter president of the Pagans, a club that the FBI called "the most violent criminal organization in America." Follow him into the Pagan heartland of Pennsylvania where he fell in love, got in a roa
There are several books available that detail the more sinister side of outlaw motorcycle clubs, but John Hall's story is not one of them. Rather than portraying a criminal history of the Pagans Motorcycle Club, "Riding on the Edge" reads more like a recollection of a roaming band of gypsies' grand adventure with a Jack Karouac or Charles Bukowski edge. While it does delve into some criminal activity, the tale parallels more with the rebellious nat...more
To say more, I would end up using trite clichés that, having lived the life, can't impart what the author does. Read the inside flap of the book for those. For any who lived the life - or...more
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