Devil Dolls Motorcycle Club
Devil Dolls Motorcycle Club was established in San Francisco, on Valentine's Day in 1999, as the first all-female outlaw one percent motorcycle club in the United States. Co-founded by Karen Jessica Evans and T Rexxx, the Devil Dolls adopted red and black as their colors and a Betty Pagesque insignia as their club logo. Once affiliated with the Hells Angels, the Devil Dolls eventually grew an international presence with a line of merchandising, annual calendars and establishment of a sister chapter in Sweden.  The Devil Dolls remain active.
References[edit | edit source]
- Quinn, J.F., & Forsyth, C.J. (2011a). Bikers ladies and the evolution of the 1% subculture. In K. Katz (Ed.), Devil dolls (pp. 132-156). Indianapolis, IN: Dog Ear Publishing.
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