söndag, maj 17

Freewheelers M.C

In 1968 a group of riders who had been running together for some time decided to start a motorcycle club. The motorcycles included Hondas, Triumphs, BSAs, Nortons and a Harley. After a lot of discussion, the name FREEWHEELERS became the name of choice and the club designed a set of colors which consisted of a large one-piece patch with the name in red letters on a white background arched over the top and a large golden area below with a sort of spread-wings look to it and the letters M C in red in the middle. It wasn't fancy, but it established the club as a cohesive group in the western suburbs of Chicago.

Red & White Supporters

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