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The founder of the "Hell's Angels" motorcycle club looks back on four decades of mayhem, flower power, and pop culture stardom, recalling the key events that shaped the club's rise to fame and fortune.
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"The hombre who gave you motorcycle culture.The biker style that Barger originated remains timeless." -- Chicago Tribune
"Maybe the baddest man on two wheels." -- Rolling Stone
"A ripping good read.as gripping a tale as you would expect from the most famous pack of all time." -- New Times Los Angeles
"One of the best books of the year." -- Maxim
"Not your ordinary book.A peek at another side of America." -- Tulsa World
One of the best books of the year. --Maxim
"The hombre who gave you motorcycle culture...The biker style that Barger originated remains timeless."--Chicago Tribune
"Maybe the baddest man on two wheels."--Rolling Stone
"Hell's Angel chieftain Ralph 'Sonny' Barger has led one interesting, bad-to-the-bone life."--Seattle Times
"Barger's autobiography is about as subtle as a kick in the groin, and that's what's so refreshing about it."--San Francisco Chronicle
The autobiography – the dangerous life and wild times – of Sonny Barger, the legendary leader of the Hell's Angels Motorcycle Club.
Keith Richards walked over to me after finishing 'Love In Vain' and told me the band wasn't going to play any more until we stopped the violence. 'Either these cats cool it, man, or we don't play,' he announced to the crowd. I stood next to him and stuck my pistol into his side and told him to start playing his guitar or he was dead. He played like a motherfucker.'
Sonny Barger is the Hell's Angel of all Hell's Angels, the motorcycle club's de facto leader for nearly thirty years, the man immortalised by Hunter S. Thompson in the classic Hell's Angels as 'nothing short of Winston Churchill when it comes to leading people'. He's feared and revered by people on both sides of the law. Now Hell's Angel sets the record straight – from the club's formation in the 1940s to the height of their notoriety twenty years later, from Sonny's first-hand account of what really happened with the Rolling Stones at Altamont to his lengthy periods of imprisonment, from his fights with rival gangs and the police to his own battle with cancer. Sonny Barger has ridden with the Angels for forty years, obeying no law but that of the HAMC. For the first time, this is his own – and their own – story.
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