One of Southern California's first motorcycle clubs, The Psychos (also known as Los Psychos) formed in San Bernardino after WWII and quickly developed a reputation for toughness. While The Psychos became known for some of their community activities -- including supporting military veterans and participating in events to promote the preservation of Route 66 -- an offshoot of the club known as Vatos MC has a more notorious history.
Shot in the 1970s by a proud member of the club, this silent home movie documents the club members escorting a wedding party.
Members of the Psychos Motorcycle Club look at their parked bikes (:00). Some of the bikes have flowers on them as part of a wedding (:34). Members of the Psychos mill about (:47). A member shows up, parks his bike (:56). Women stand around, some look away (1:11). Members add flair to the bikes (1:29). Row of motorcycles (1:49). A woman puts a head scarf on (2:12). The bride rides with the groom as members of the group drive down a street on their motorcycles (2:20). Some of the members pull over to the curb (2:34). The Bride and members of the Psychos get together on the curb (2:48). Members of the group get off their bikes, talk (3:05).
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