Brotherhood of Outlaws

Brotherhood of Outlaws (2007) by Bob Bitchin


This novel has been called the most true-to-life look at the outlaw motorcycle culture to come out of the 70s. Originally written over 40 years ago, Bob accurately describes the outlaw motorcycle culture of the 1960's, 70's and 80's. This book is the first in the popular Treb Lincoln Saga. Fast paced, and as informative as it is entertaining.

“A Brotherhood Of Outlaws takes Zen & The Art Of Motorcycle Maintenance to dangerous levels. Life among the outlaw tribes... Hilarious, warm and chilling. The most honest book to come out about the outlaws motorcycle underground of America. You won’t be able to put it down until you read it all.” - Biker Magazine

“More truthful and relevant than Hunter Thompson’s Hells Angels. Not for the squeamish reader. A fast-moving first novel with a surprise on every page. Not boring!” - Cycle News

“An insight into what the real world of the outlaw biker was like. The freedom, the feeling of brotherhood, and the way of life exposed to the outside world by one who has lived it. It makes you want to take to the streets.“ - Chopper Magazine

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