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Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2014
From the popularity of cable television shows concerning building choppers or the criminal aspects of the motorcycle gang lifestyle, to the phenomenal success of the Harley-Davidson Motor Company, no one can deny America has become fascinated with bikers and the machines they love.
Author Dave Spurgeon provides a firsthand look into the world of the Harley enthusiast and beyond. He takes you to where few have dared to treadinto the sinister, and often misunderstood, reality of the true one-percenters. He takes you on a ride into a place about which many are curious, but few know well.
Be advised: This is not the exhaustive work of an investigative reporter, nor an account of the zealous efforts of an undercover law enforcement operation. This is the personal chronicle of Spurgeons 15 years in the fast lane. Sobering, sometimes humorous, yet always painfully accurate, it begins with his love affair with the motorcycle and then continues into the ominous 1%er Brotherhood of the bike gang culture in America.
You will be educated, entertained, warned, and enlightened by this brutally honest narrative from a man who has been there and back and lived to tell about it.
BixsGirlCloquet, MNAge: 55-65Gender: female1 Stars Out Of 5A DisappointmentMarch 5, 2015BixsGirlCloquet, MNAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 1I was really looking forward to reading about someone who had come OUT of the biker lifestyle, but was discouraged at seeing the author reliving his "glory days," as he perceived them to be. I was so discouraged, in fact, that I jumped ahead to the ending chapters just so I could see his redemption play out. I will not be giving this book for others to read, as I had planned to before reading it. Why a Christian publishing company even allowed the printing of a picture where someone is displaying his middle finger, is beyond me. That the author did not employ the services of an editor or proofreader is obvious, as well.