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 members of the Psychos Redlands Motorcycle Club attending the wedding of a group member. This is circa the 1970s.
A row of motorcycles, including choppers, with people sitting on them, some motorcycles drive by while children play behind them (:01). People talk, the row of motorcycles is shown (:32). People stand around near the motorcycles (1:07). A wedding cake (1:18). A woman and man are about to be married (1:23). The bride walks around (1:31). People stand around, some wave at the camera. Men lounge on the grass (1:51). A man has a 'Psychos' motorcycle vest (2:23). Bride on the steps of a house (2:32). Side and front the house have motorcycles lined up (2:43). Close on the motorcycles (2:58). A group of women sit on the steps (3:14).
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