• Hangmen

  • Riding with an Outlaw Motorcycle Club in the Old Days
  • By: Dale Arenson
  • Narrated by: Matt Godfrey
  • Length: 10 hrs and 34 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (18 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Come and ride with the outlaw bikers in California in the glory days of the '60s and '70s.

During the wild times of choppers and gang brawls, action and violence that seemed to know no end.

Times that cannot be recreated today. Girls, guys, guns, and bikes. Living a life like no other.

©2021 Dale Arenson Publishing LLC (P)2022 Tantor

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A True Biker Classic

If you have a biker soul, if your pulse speeds up just a bit anytime you hear that unmistakable exhaust of a motorcycle, and if you never feel as right as you do when you're on 2 wheels and in the wind then this book is for you. Not for the faint of heart or easily offened, fair warning there is foul language, violence and debauchery. Dale Arenson's recount of adventures past reminds us of that great AMA issued statement that 99% of motorcyclists are law abiding citizens, and it is merely 1% that are not. I'm not ashamed to say I fall into the former. You don't need to belong to the latter group to understand the freedom Arenson describes or the love of bike, brotherhood and road. You just need to be open minded to the respect these as well as many other experiences like them deserve in order to breathe in the life and vitality poured into each chapter. For all the riders who know there is no better way to live, it's worth the listen and the read. Keep the shiny side up!

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good

I dug this book also. love and live this life so yeah real good shit.

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Dork narrator

Cool bad ass biker story’s read by a little soft spoken old man dork?? Dude sounds like he should be talking at a retirement benefits seminar or teaching a class on accounting and finance. Kinda ruins the stories.

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Good view of the 70's biker culture

great stories and good times for a cool club.

What more needs to be said other than buy his book and enjoy the ride.

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