Maple Shade Gypsy Jokers
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- Oregon Chapter Head: Brick
- Known Clubhouses: Jester's, a biker bar in SE Portland
The Gypsy Joker Motorcycle Club (GJMC), are a "one-percenter" motorcycle club that was originally formed in San Francisco, California on April Fool's Day, 1956. They are one of the most notorious motorcycle clubs in the USA, Australia, Germany and Norway.
Prominently featured in Hunter Thompson's book Hell's Angels: The Strange and Terrible Saga of the Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs, they were the second most powerful outlaw motorcycle club in California until they were forced out of the San Francisco Bay Area by the Hells Angels. They have also been in Washington state since 1966, and relocated to Oregon in 1967, taking up temporary residence in Lincoln City, Oregon.
Oregon Chapter Leader
Known for his calm demeanor and extensive underworld contacts, Brick never feels the need to threaten or engage in bravado. He's quiet, commands respect and loyalty, with a veritable legion of followers who'd happily kill for him. In return, he takes care of his people.
Oregon Chapter Member
Brash and very fond of cocaine, Bulldog frequently engages with people who can be of use to the GJs. Whether dealers, gun runners, pawn shop owners, or slum lords, if the Portland chapter needs something, Bulldog either knows where to get it, or who knows to talk to in order to find out where.