What you need to know about motorcycle clubs in South America

  • July 5, 2021

The motorcycle club Bandidos of Colombia is the largest in the world, with a membership of around 50,000.

It is one of only two motorcycle clubs to be accredited by the World Motorcycle Federation (WMWF).

The other, the BICAP, is not recognized by WMWF.

But the Bandidoes of Colombia has its own history of controversy.

They have been accused of being a terrorist organization and the WMWC has warned of the danger they pose to Colombian society.

This month, the WMGF officially banned the Bicap in Colombia.

The group has been under the control of former leader Juan Carlos “Jugo” Vázquez since 2009.

The former president is a convicted drug trafficker, convicted of kidnapping and raping women in the 1970s.

His criminal organization was disbanded and the group was declared illegal in 2016.

This summer, he fled Colombia to Argentina and then moved to Uruguay.

There, he set up a new organization called the Nationalist Party.

It has since been dissolved, but its members still exist in Uruguay and are active in the motorcycle club scene.

But according to the WGMF, the Bandids of Colombia have continued to operate with impunity.

Members of the Bandida group have been arrested and charged with serious crimes, including rape and murder.

In 2014, Váquez was convicted of murder and rape, as well as robbery.

In a case involving the Bandidas of Colombia, a judge sentenced Váos to 10 years in prison.

The current Bandido leader, José Alberto “Javier” Martinez, is currently serving a 10-year sentence for his role in the murder of the former president, Juan Carlos Váezquez.

Martinez is a member of the Colombian Revolutionary Armed Forces (FARC) and a member since the early 1980s of the leftist Revolutionary Armed Struggle (FALN).

The Bandidas have a strong presence in Colombia’s rural areas, with members residing in the mountainous areas of the Andes and mountains of the Pacific coast, which are also home to several indigenous communities.

But as the BandIDs have been active in Colombia, the country’s government has been trying to outlaw the group.

In 2013, the Colombian Supreme Court banned the group from operating in the country.

In November 2016, the court ordered the group to be banned from operating.

In May 2018, the Supreme Court also prohibited the BandID from operating, but the government appealed the decision and the decision was finally approved on August 18.

The decision means that the BID is no longer allowed to operate in Colombia as of August 2018.

This decision came in response to a request from the government to ban the BandIdos from operating as a legitimate motorcycle club, but this did not stop the Bandido’s activities in Colombia from continuing.

According to the Colombian government, the new ban means that Bandidoses will no longer be able to operate as a motorcycle club in Colombia and will no long be allowed to hold a political rally.

It also means that members will no more be able hold rallies.

The BICAPS has a long history of violence, particularly against the indigenous communities in the Andean region, which is a hotspot for organized crime.

It was founded in 1959 and was dissolved in 2005, although it continued to maintain a presence in rural areas in the region, where it has a strong link with drug trafficking.

It later became known as the “Bicycle Club of Colombia.”

This year, it is also believed to be the largest motorcycle club based in Colombia to have links to criminal groups.


to a report by Colombia’s National Investigative Committee, the club is also involved in drug trafficking and money laundering.

In June 2018, authorities arrested the group’s leader, Juan José “Jorge” Vélez-Martínez, for the murder and kidnapping of former President Juan Carlos.

He has also been accused in the kidnapping and murder of a number of women, and his son, Miguel “Drew” Martíneh, has also allegedly participated in the murders of several women.

The last three members of the Bidos were arrested in July 2018.

The two former presidents have been in prison since 2014 for the murders and the kidnapping of Juan Carlos, but have since been released.

According a report in El País, in August 2018, a former president and the leader of a group that had ties to the Bichos, José Javier “Paco” Carillo-Guerrero, were arrested for the attempted murder of former president Juan Carlos and other crimes.

In December 2018, Carillo Guerrero was sentenced to five years in jail for his part in the assassination of former presidents Juan Carlos IV and Juan Carlos Ruz.

In 2017, Carello Guerrera was also sentenced to 10 and a half years in federal prison for his involvement in the attempted assassination of Juan Antonio Dos Santos.

In 2018, Guerreses brother Juan Jose “Juan