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Sin City Deciples are a "one-percenter" outlaw motorcycle club
that started in Gary, Indiana in 1967. Gary is located 25 miles south east of Chicago, Illinois. Sometimes referred to as "1934". Sin City prides itself on being open to all men, regardless of race or color. They are one of the most well-known, widespread and oldest black outlaw motorcycle clubs, however they do also allow non-blacks to become members. Members of the club ride Harley Davidson motorcycles. The club is well known for serving a large number of charity organizations. The term “1934 Express” is also used, relating to the 19th, 3rd and 4th letters of the alphabet (S, C, D) for Sin City Deciples. Sin City Deciples Motorcycle Club also use the abbreviation of “DFFD”, which stands for “Deciples Forever, Forever Deciples”.
Sin City Deciples was founded by and started to allow minorities such as African American, and other racially segregated communities into the space held by traditional 1% outlaw all-white clubs. By allowing membership to men of all races that meet the strict criteria to become a club member they changed the way in which MC's are now judged, and rapidly grew to become one of the largest 1% clubs in America. The Sin City Deciples are known for breaking the mold of the traditional segregation and racism in 1%er MC's and continue to be, one of only a handful of traditional motorcycle clubs (MC's) that are not racially segregated and pride themselves on the unity, brotherhood, and the families of all brothers within the "Nation" as their own. As they have developed this unique commodity while riding and defending one another.
Sin City Deciples have large charters in every state across America, in addition to active charters in, Canada, Europe, Asia, Australia, and South America, they are considered to be one of the oldest and largest outlaw clubs still in existence today. While exact membership is unknown, it has been rumored that they have thousands of active members. They have numerous support clubs in various states across the country.