Black Label Bike Club
Photograph by Noah Scalinon Flickr.
The Black Label Bike Club is an international freak/mutant bicycle organization specializing in tall bikes and choppers.
Started in 1992 by Black Label Bike Club
Jacob Houle and Per Hanson as the Hard Times Bike Club in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the club has grown bike
to include a chapter in New York City, Reno, Nevada, Black Label Bike Club Austin, Texas and a nomad chapter loosely based out of New Orleans known as Nowhere .
The Black Label Bike Club is credited with being UCI Mountain Bike & Trials World Championships
the first losers on bikes gang, the originators of tall bike jousting, and one of the main contributors to the rise of the Black Label Bike Club tall bike culture.
The club is explored in the 2005 movie B.I.K.E. by Anthony Howard and Jacob Septimus.