harley-stolenFresno CA Eric Reyes dying wish was to bequeath his 2000 HD Road King to his 9 year old son.  Unfortunately, thieves broke into the Pancho Villa Riders clubhouse the day after Reyes funeral and stole the bike.  Eric’s wife, Irene Reyes made an impassioned plea on local television station KMPH “Please bring it back, it’s not for the money. It’s the only thing Eric wanted for his son.”   watch the video KMPH FOX 26 | Central San Joaquin Valley News Source

Angels Lock Bench Because of Pesky New York Tourists

Have the Hells Angels lost their street cred?  That’s the inference in a NY Post article about the club’s attempt to keep pesky New York tourists from sitting on a bench in front of their East 3rd Street clubhouse.

In times past, the club would probably employed an iron fist, or at the threat of an ass kicking to keep tourists from a nearby hotel from lounging around on its wooden bench a few feet from the entrance to the inner sanctum.

Today they’re using something that resembles an automobile anti-theft device to discourage would be lazy loungers.

The hotel’s manager Mario Cornejo says, “we have a very good relationship with the Hells Angels, and we want to do everything we possibly can to keep it that way.” The hotel has even gone so far as to put a sign in their lobby asking guests to avoid the bench.