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Port Dover 2016

This is the first Port Dover in two years the wasn’t 40 below or hit with flooding of biblical proportions. Route 81 Toronto rolled in Thursday nite to set up our two locations and as usual, the Thursday nite turned out to be the party before the party. We sent out HAMC Toronto emissaries to make friends with the locals and visitors alike while the rest of us put up our two booths. We were particularly excited about our new Route 81 Toronto tent that was going up in the park. Mother nature was being fickle and about midnite the heavens opened up to pour down on the merry goers until 5am. We hit the ground running and were off for the day. Over all the event was a success. A Turn out of about 5000 hit the streets and we had our Donny Peterson grace the tent for autographs and technical tips.

We wanted to thank all of the supporters that braved the elements and came to show their RAW family support and grabbed the new gear.

Heres a few pictures from the day.

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Its that time of year, Its time to give back

Hey RAW Family, Starting on Nov 21st if you come into the store you will notice a big christmas box. We will be trying to fill it up with non perishable food items and new articles of clothing for the less fortunate in our community. Christmas season is the time for giving and we here at Route 81 Toronto take that to heart. Drop off a food donation and get 10% of any purchase. We hope to have at least 2 tons of food to donate this season and maybe more. Get down and show the world how our RAW family takes care of our own.

Stay Loyal Stay RAW

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Big D’s Funeral Ride

As Hells Angels, we are often asked why? Why with all the negatives associated with the club, why would anyone want to be a part of this life. I wanted to post this video as a response. There is a sense of community within that can’t really be explained to the general public. When we call each other “Brother” we mean it in every sense. When one falls we all come together, not just Hells Angels but the entire biker community. I am very proud of this moment and to be a Hells Angel.

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Hells Angels Toronto Loses one of its own

Rest in Peace
Gone but not forgotten



On Thursday July 23rd, 2015, Hells Angels Downtown Toronto lost 15year member Daryl “Big D” Smith.

Big D was killed when the bike he was riding hit a pick up truck. He was killed instantly.

The crash occurred in Harley township just north of New Liskeard Ontario.

We will be celebrating our Brothers life at Pine Hills Cemetery in Toronto on Friday Aug 7th at 12 30 pm

Flowers can be sent thru Canadiana Flowers 3087 Kingston Rd (416) 265 6867


AFFA Big D  You will be missed but not forgotten