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Rebels Motorcycle Club (Canada)


In the 1970s and early 1980s the golden era in Canada for independent one-percenter clubs, the Rebels were the dominant club in the Edmonton area, while the Reapers were the alpha club in Red Deer and Calgary. In the early eighties, as the Reapers grew more powerful and the Rebels less so, the Rebels were warned by the Reapers not to fly the “Alberta” lower rocker on threat of club warfare, so members of the Rebel’s Calgary chapter used “Southern Alberta” for the lower rocker and Edmonton members flew “Northern Alberta”. King’s Crew, meanwhile, were tolerated in their use of “Calgary” as the lower rocker, while the Saskatchewan Rebels, at that point being the dominant club in that province, flew “Saskatchewan” as their lower rocker.


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