In an outlaw organization that prides itself on secrecy, one man has held the spotlight as the most famous Hells Angel of all: Sonny Barger. But there emerged rivals to his supremacy, and one of Barger's greatest adversaries was George Christie.
Since the birth of the Hells Angels, the outlaw motorcycle club has been a target for law enforcement intent on locking them up and shutting them down. Former Hells Angels president George Christie takes us behind the lines of the bloody battles.
In the decades since the Hells Angels' formation many challengers have emerged, and one group in particular has threatened their status at the top: The Mongols. George Christie reveals the inside story of the Hells Angels' war with the Mongols.
From its humble origins as a ragtag collection of outlaws, the Hells Angels grew into a multimillion dollar empire. For the first time, a real insider, former President George Christie, reveals the means by which members lined their pockets.
What's it like to party with the world's most notorious motorcycle club, the Hells Angels? Former Angels president George Christie reveals for the first time the debauchery, delights and dangers that go into the club's revelries.