Indian Larry

“The Stunt” Laconia, New Hampshire / ©2004 Tom Zimberoff

Indian Larry rode alone. He would join no bike club. Not even the Hells Angels were nonconformist enough for him — and they coined the term “1%-ers” fifty years ago to make sure we knew they were outlaws. Larry made his opinion clear, tattooed on his arm: No Club Lone Wolf. And he was no Indian. No one remembers who bestowed him with that moniker but he used to cruise the streets of Brooklyn on a…

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