In the last few years, Indonesia has been shocked by the rise of motorcycle groups that have made residents nervous, in the areas of Jakarta, Bogor, Tangerang, Bekasi (Jabodetabek). But long before that, in fact motorcycle groups or what are commonly called motorcycle clubs also grew in several areas of the world.
The behavior of the motorcycle group itself is closely related to wrongful or criminal behavior. Not only in Indonesia, the behavior of motorcycle groups is also in an uproar in several countries in Europe, one of which is New Zealand.
The problem is, motorcycle groups in New Zealand are more organized and have a clear vision of goals. Unlike in Indonesia, which conducts behavior only to seek fame or for the purpose of responding to anger and other criminal acts.
Of the many groups of motorcycles that exist on earth, there are several groups of motorcycles that in fact have a positive role. Then what are the most popular motorcycle groups on earth? Follow this further information.
- The Rebels
The Rebels are actually a motorcycle club from New Zealand. They are often seen on the South and North Islands of New Zealand. However, this motorcycle group also acts as far as Australia.
The Rebels was created since 2011. Based on information from the New Zealand Police, the motorcycle group The Rebels frequently participates in organized misconduct.
- The Road Knights
The Road Knights are one of the oldest motorcycle groups on earth. Because this motorcycle club was created since 1979 first. The Road Knights are known to occur frequently in the Southern islands of New Zealand, particularly in the cities of Invercargill, Dunedin and Timaru.
Discussing a little backwards, this motorcycle group had participated in a war with another motorcycle club called The Damned which ended in violence. For data from various sources, The Road Knights are strong opponents of the motorcycle group The Mongrel Mob.
The progress of this motorcycle group has spread to several lands in the world, such as Syndicate America, the Netherlands, and also Thailand.
- The Tribesmen
Another fairly old motorcycle club that has returned from New Zealand, is The Tribesmen, which was founded in 1980. The Tribesman has the characteristic of wearing a yellow patterned dress with a skull logo with 2 pistons raising the hands of the middle fingers.
The Tribesman usually lives on the northern islands of New Zealand, specifically the Otara, Murupara and Rotorua areas. Uniform with The Road Knights, this motorcycle group has also become a hereditary competitor to The Mongrel Mob.
- The Hells Angels, Motorcycle Group from the United States
The Hells Angels, a motorcycle group that has been quite global. Where the motorcycle group, which has a platform in Fontana, California, United States, the Syndicate is known to often commit crimes. The spread of this motor group is also almost to 6 lands in all the earth.
At least there are approximately 27 countries have been explored by The Hells Angels. This motorcycle group first made a chapter in the Auckland area, New Zealand in 1961.
- Highway 61 MC
While from New Zealand, the next motorcycle group is Highway 61 MC which was established in the 1960s. This motorcycle group has chapters scattered across the Southern and Northern islands of New Zealand.
Highway 61 MC has extended to Brisbane, Australia.
- The Head Hunters Motorcycle Club
Another fairly old motorcycle group in New Zealand, is The Head Hunters Motorcycle Club which was created in the 1960s in New Zealand.
The Head Hunters also has chapters along the northern island of New Zealand. Unlike other motorcycle clubs, The Head Hunters has a punching gym known as ‘The Fight Club’.
- The Nomads
The Nomads was founded in 1977, founded by Dennis Hines, who was the former board of another motorcycle club, Black Power.
These motorcycle clubs are located in areas such as Horewhenua, Masterton and Wellington.
In 2009, the leader of The Nomads died in prison, after participating in a usurpation of authority within the club.
- The Black Power
The Black Power is the second largest motorcycle group in New Zealand. This motorcycle club was founded in 1970 in Wellington.
Black Power bodies have now been scattered throughout New Zealand, and the main opponent of this biker group is The Mongrel Mob.
Each body of The Black Power motorcycle group has unique characteristics, which are always wearing blue and having a punch grip logo.
- The Mongrel Mob, New Zealand’s largest motorcycle group
The nickname The Mongrel Mob is quite popular as a fairly large motorcycle group in the world, or its home country, New Zealand. This motorcycle club was born in Hawke’s Bay, T Zealand
today, in 1962.
The spread of The Mongrel Mob has reached more than 30 chapters all over the world. Most bodies come from New Zealand and Australia. Mongrel Mob is popular with its members who have tattoos all over their faces.
The strong opponent of The Mongrel Mob is The Black Power. Until the last few years, the two motorcycle groups were often involved in collisions and some violent behavior.
- Satublood, one of the world’s respected motorcycle groups from Indonesia
Satublood Motorcycle Club, originated from Indonesia, which is quite respected in Europe. This group was created in 1990 in Moordrect, the Netherlands by the Moluccan generation who have lived in the Netherlands for a long time.
The nickname Satublood comes from the Maluku title ‘Katong one girl’ which means we are one blood or have a family. This motorcycle group has chapters in more than 44 countries on earth including Indonesia.
The presence of this motorcycle group has been in the same class as Hell’s Angels, a motorcycle group that is quite respected in the Netherlands, which is a strong opponent of Satublood.
Satublood is listed in the ranks of the most lawless motorcycle clubs in the Netherlands. The head of state of Satublood, Angelo Manuhutu has been diagnosed with 25 months in prison by the Dutch court for money laundering.
The Satublood chapter has reached 44 across the Netherlands and has opened agents in Belgium, France, Spain, Indonesia, Malaysia, Denmark, Sweden, Germany, Morocco, Norway, Singapore, Thailand, Curacao, Suriname, Switzerland, Canada, Australia, and Turkey.
Different from other motorcycle groups, Satublood consists of all ethnic groups in the club. This is due to the origin of the formation of the group by a group of Moluccan generations together with their native Dutch families.
As bonus data, several ethnic groups in the Netherlands consist of generations of Dutch, Ambonese, Surinamese, and others.