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Catherine Penfold-Waxman: 25th Jan 2006 - 18:03 GMT
Do you think the bars on the windows are to keep people out or the bikers in?
Catherine Penfold-Waxman: 25th Jan 2006 - 20:39 GMT
You are. The Citynoise club. The secret decoder ring is in the mail.
elaine: 25th Jan 2006 - 20:40 GMT
do you think they wear crowns instead of crash helmets, and maybe ride along red carpets?
jack: 26th Jan 2006 - 04:54 GMT
that place is a club for little kids. its day care and the kids ride there little three wheelers all around inside. they put on water based tatoos and wear bandanas on their little heads.
smokey: 7th Mar 2006 - 02:45 GMT
it's not whats on the outside its whats inside and how they ride. Being from brooklyn i feel the heart from all rider, there i8s no ridering in iraq. ONE.
Mary: 10th Mar 2006 - 03:16 GMT
Yeah: I think the bars are to keep the bikers in too.
Nicole: 12th Apr 2006 - 18:54 GMT
My father was a very important member of this biker club, and not only are the people who are a member wonderful but they are considered to be a part of my family. the bars are there to keep people like those bashing it out.
anon (h188.8.131.52.ip.alltel.net): 30th Jun 2006 - 16:29 GMT
I WENT TO THERE PARTY IN THE EARLY NINETIES
Danny: 2nd Jul 2006 - 03:35 GMT
looks like they keep the place clean out front, that's alot more than other around here do
anon (h-67-100-109-7.nycmny83.dynamic.covad.net): 24th Jul 2006 - 00:52 GMT
For those of you who did not know Imperial's has been in existence for over thirty years. It is time that imperials rise higher than we've ever risen before within a community of supporters and friends. We welcome you as you welcome us.
blondie: 13th Aug 2006 - 23:35 GMT
What street is the Imperial Bikers building located on. I thought I drove by it this weekend but not sure. Can someone tell me exactly were it is located. Not from the area but was impressed with what I saw.
toast: 21st Dec 2006 - 20:30 GMT
I live one block away, and they are the nicest people. I just bought my bike, and needed a place to get it inspected, and they were really helpful. How can I join? 1983 Yamaha XJ750 Maxim on Prospect Place.
lady: 29th Jun 2007 - 22:38 GMT
Stop hatin', ahve you ever even been to brooklyn b4?! even our high scholls have bars on the windows!!! SHUT UP AND RIDE.
nick schiavarelli jr: 15th Dec 2007 - 03:17 GMT
they are a great bunch of bikers i used to ride with the unknown bikers mc
shawna: 30th Mar 2008 - 18:01 GMT
I went there in they are a great bunch. The fried fish is excellent. It is a good place for the old and the young to frequent. It's a very calm safe place.
Milton aka TKO : 5th Apr 2008 - 19:37 GMT
This is a great club with great members, I went there all the time until I retired and moved to Maryland.
JuJu*: 25th May 2008 - 00:12 GMT
Bike Wash Fest coming up bikerz!
Holla 4 more info
Peace n Blessings
cisco: 9th Dec 2008 - 18:36 GMT
hey nick what's up unknown biker's is a real tight and true brotherhood and you gotta love it
STRETCH: 20th Feb 2009 - 04:49 GMT
Moving from Philly`s M/C world,They accepted me with open arms. I consider them ALL my BROTHERS & SISTERS 4-LIFE!!!!!!!!!(its ovbvious what the bars R-4)DUH!
RED BONE: 29th May 2009 - 18:41 GMT
For those who are NEW TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD, IMPERIAL BIKERS have been in that same location since 1976 and has no plans on relocating!!!! We have been in this community when there was nothing here, now all the new residents are benefiting of the fruits FROM THE LABOR of the buildiers of this fine neighborhood. I am a PROUD MEMBER OF THIS CLUB AND THIS COMMUNITY. As stated earlier by other posters, we are a FAMILY, AND WE DON'T ISOLATE OTHERS, SO GET OVER YOUR FEARS AND STOP BY!!!!!
Peter: 29th May 2009 - 19:51 GMT
its true... i stop by from time to time, buzz the buzzer and pop in for a drink or three when im in the neighborhood. the imperial bikers are some of the nicest, most open-minded folks you'll meet.
i recommend the overproof rum... muahahaha!
chaos..: 2nd Jun 2009 - 18:38 GMT
if you want history of what true bikers are about, than come on down and see whats it all about i will promsie you, you will have a good time. oh yeah, tell em chaos sent you.
Knickky: 2nd Nov 2009 - 22:03 GMT
This is a really great club, They have some of the greatest people as members. They are a very loving bunch of people and really funny, too. Their parties are some of the best!
chocolate formerly of the jaguars mc: 30th Jan 2010 - 21:13 GMT
i havent been in a longtime but the imperials was always my all time favorite mc. their parties and bike blessings were always the best and they stayed true to the path of real bikers. I was 18 when i first went there in 1991 and the crowd was much older but they could party!!! no fighting and weed smoking---- good music ,plenty of dancing and at that time it was safe. i dont know how its been as of late, i've heard rumors. I love the imperials. Wednesday night is crab night!
Magnus - Air Assault - VA: 25th Feb 2010 - 16:36 GMT
I heard that Imperial Bikers hosts a bike weekend in Ocean City for Memorial day, is that right? and where will it be held?
Jay Caribe MC: 5th May 2010 - 04:36 GMT
Thank You for all the good times i had in your club house. Jay Crazy Louie's son from Caribe MC
kareema: 9th May 2010 - 19:01 GMT
I am a biker baby my mom was a true cobra and dad was a golden eagle, and i remember going to the imperials annual bike blessing every year. And even as an adult I still went and luv it. I am looking for anyone that might be associated with the true cobras or the cobras. Also any events with the imperials I would luv to attend to rep for both parents who are no longer with us. please contact me via email @firstname.lastname@example.org
Drew: 17th Oct 2010 - 04:49 GMT
Was Browsing and saw 2010 Imperial Bike Blessing... Sry I missed it...
JR old latin king member: 9th Feb 2011 - 13:48 GMT
Am interested in knowing of upcoming events, Had plenty of good times there,especially the bike blessings, they always treated you like family, please email email@example.com peace to my brothers
jeanette : 13th Apr 2011 - 07:04 GMT
that used to b our pool room bring me back home i lived right around this corner
ABSOLUT: 20th May 2011 - 04:23 GMT
A former brooklynite and Kamikaze club member, I've had some great moments with the members of this club. Thanks for the memories!
Xica Davis-Bowles: 2nd Jun 2011 - 14:34 GMT
My name is Xica and my dad Freddie Bowles was a member of this club he passed away in 2002 they called him D.C. that stands for damn crazy and deizel chaser. He was a great man and the Imperial Bikers are a great group of people they all have very kind hearts but they don't play NO GAMES!!!!!!
NEVER SAY DIE SABBATH TRIBUTE: 20th Sep 2011 - 23:16 GMT
Hello, I want to inform your club about Never Say Die Black Sabbath Tribute band playing in Williamsburg Brooklyn Oct 1 at the Trash Bar, doing Sabbath Sabbath and More Sabbath!!
Face book Never Say DIE / Black Sabbath Tribute
Juanita: 13th Oct 2011 - 17:50 GMT
I searching for a frequent participant of your establishment on Franklin Avenue, Brooklynb! His name is SanDino White! Please if you know or see him have him get intouch with Juanita Graham (716) 883-4507! Thank you!
Sent on October 13, 2011
LB: 8th Nov 2011 - 22:31 GMT
I'm new to the neighborhood and popped over there on my Triumph on Saturday. I can honestly say that the crowd in there were some of the nicest people I've met. Catch the fish fry for realz.
baby GrassHopper: 12th Dec 2011 - 18:11 GMT
i have a lot of question who can i go to for the answers ?
jimmy davila: 20th Mar 2012 - 13:25 GMT
jimmy davila: 20th Mar 2012 - 13:25 GMT
capt. fall down(Hawk) : 27th Apr 2012 - 00:06 GMT
looking to find out about some ole ridders. from back in the day. dirrick, drity , hatto, text me at 434 774 4369
TEASEO BOMB SQUAD: 27th Apr 2012 - 03:57 GMT
I took a piss on this club house and got the shit beaten out of me . That's one reason I had to quit drinking. I run like the wind but not when I'm drunk namean
Dollar Bill,Pres ShiftnSteelSportRyderz: 21st May 2012 - 01:53 GMT
To show how small a world we live in..Had my mothers Bday bash in Georgetown Delaware and my club came by to pay respects. Met a older gentleman there and turns out he was a member of Imperial Bikers MC (Shadow) Gave a great talk to my whole crew on history of MC world..We will def see you in OC..Much respect..
Lou: 5th Jun 2012 - 21:13 GMT
Like the places the hells angels, ching-a-lings and another club had in brooklyn in the '60's and 70's, they all come and go, keeps the neighborhood a little safer
Jay CARIBE MC B'KLYN (aka Lil Crazy Louie): 18th Nov 2012 - 03:23 GMT
It's good to know that there are still old school mc clubs still around. I grow up hanging around Imperial bikers, Transit Wheelers mc, The Hogs mc,Pythons mc, Cycle Kings mc. Am born in. Bless to all my bro and sis that are on two wheels.
Gabe: 14th Nov 2014 - 20:07 GMT
I joined the pythons in 1978 I was 18 , rode for a few years with them left came back and so on. those years riding with them was the best years of my life. Friday night round robins, and the trophy party's I still have my trophy I won at Caribe's in 1983, it was a time when you can go to 4 parties in one night with no problems, everybody made sure you got home, i'm glad to say I had over a thousand brother's and sisters that I will never forget my colors are proudly displayed on my wall. I Google pythons and other clubs at the time but no info can be found like we never was their to begin with. but I was their I have stories and memories to tell my children and grandchildren. of a time that the city of NY had these MC clubs that were united in love and friendship. I remember as a kid seeing the pythons on myrtles ave and the hogs on dekalb ave I said I want a bike I want to be a python and I was. I want to thank one and all for such a great life.
Ruby: 21st Nov 2014 - 16:06 GMT
Yes Gabe. YES!!! Mc clubs was united and proud. My child hood was all about different clubs I went to, parties, ect... I miss those days. I grew up with Caribe mc brooklyn. sunset park. thats where my heart is. undying love.
Gabe: 1st Dec 2014 - 13:14 GMT
if anyone is interested in a book about Brooklyn MC clubs , Brooklyn Kings New York City Black Bikers that's the name of the book it goes into some history but very deep its a good book article's on many clubs but not all the imperial bikers has pictures and a paragraph dedicated to them. I would of liked to have seen more on the 1970's ,1980's that's when the clubs were hot, pythons, hogs, Caribe 1, Caribe II, midnight cruiser ,mavericks, 69's, cobras, jersey city cruisers, zodiacs, sophisticated gents, the diablos, road tramps, and who cant forget johny red of VIP RIDERS many many more but those 2 decades was the best. pick up the book and pass it around place it in your trophy case or even bring it to your club for all to read for generations to come. if anyone will like to communicate with me email me at firstname.lastname@example.org I would like to hear from you reminder I'm Gabe no riding name but Gabe I just turned 18 had a 250 Suzuki at the time .puertorican 5'3" tall so they could not find a riding name for me so the pythons just called me by name. sonny, baby huey, miss trophy and all the members of the pythons Hope you read this and contact me as well. enjoy your holidays one and all....
Rhem: 1st Sep 2015 - 02:07 GMT
I was a member of the Jaguars on Buffalo Ave and I must say those were some great times in the 70's and 80's for MC Clubs in New York. I remember the Blessings and parties. i regret to say that a lot of the old timers have passed on and they will be missed.
Rhem: 1st Sep 2015 - 02:09 GMT
Capt. Fall Down get in touch, can bring you up to speed on some old timers status.
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