Club History
It was 1964 when eight US marines met in Hanoi. They bonded over a love of hookers, horsepower, motorcycles, and eighty sixin' Charlie. The boys couldn't figure out what to do when the napalm ran out and it was time to haul ass out of the jungle. Until, that is, one of 'em had a the bright idea of startin' a motorcycle club. Thinkin' about all the brothers they'd sent home in bags, they called it The Lost. Thousands of broken bikes, jealous old ladies, dirty needles, and pissed off limp-dick civilians later the Lost MC stands strong.
We've seen some hard times - Brothers turning snitch. Brothers getting killed. Brothers being taken down on bogus charges. But we're still here. We've cut out all the weekend warriors and checkbookers, we're strippin' our sh*t to pure kick-ass, die-for-The-Lost brothers. f*ck YEAH!!
In 2015, the brothers left their beloved Liberty city upon hearing the news their original Vice President, Johnny 'Vintage' Klebitz, had been murdered. After arriving in Los Santos for the funeral, they discovered the chapter had become weak due to their addiction to the drug 'toilet cleaner' - so much so it was being easily overrun by the locals on several occasions. The five originals from Liberty City made a pact to overhaul the Blaine county chapter in respect of the ol' Johnny they used to know, and declared Civil war.
After having all established the Lost MC Liberty in Blaine county over 2016 through the bloody civil war, the existing Blaine County chapter had all been but wiped out or given up. Now has become the time for our new Chapter president to rebuild this chapter from the ground up ...and so, the story continues.
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