BOOZEFIGHTERS CHAPTER 119
Boozefighters Chapter 119 presents a Spring Breakout Party!
The Boozefighters are one of the first American working-class motorcycle clubs formed in California just after World War II. The Boozefighters Motorcycle Club (BFMC) roared onto the scene in 1946 when a wild bunch of roadhounds and veterans got together to ride fast and drink booze or vice versa. "Wino" Willie Forkner is recognized as the founder. The BFMC were at the renowned Hollister incident of July 4, 1947, which was immortalized by the movie The Wild One, starring Marlon Brando. Lee Marvin played the part of "Chino," which is said to have been based on Wino Willie. It is this history that is being preserved in the spirit of fellowship and good fun. The BFMC is one of the oldest active motorcycle clubs in existence.