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Old 04-28-2008, 03:18 PM
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Has anyone heard of them? I saw two guys last weekend riding in Sioux Falls, SD with the 3 patches said Ghost Bonnet on top, I missed the bottom rocker because it was dark. Up until then I had never heard about them. I tried google and didn't see anything either.
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Interesting!

Maybe some Indian MC?

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Do you mean Indian as in bike or Native. Not to many natives on bikes around here.
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well they were white guys on late model dyna's so either way it won't work.
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I see the problem!

Fly... I meant "American Indians". I use the term "Indian" instead of "Native American" in deference to Russell Means (and to some "swarthy breathern of the forest" who are inHis Majesty's Southern Indian Dept. (Rev War Reenactment)). They, AND Mr. Means, point out the difference in being "American Indian" and being a "Native American". Most all of us on these forums are "native" Americans... very few of us are "American Indians"!

When I hear "Ghost Bonnett" and "South Dakota", I think of the ghost dance, and consequently: Dakota, Blackfeet, Cheyenne... "Indians".

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Around Tx or La there's a three Patch club called Grey Ghosts MC. Have no idea if their related/or in your area.
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Looking for the same info, Just saw a rider in Sioux Falls and had not heard of the MC
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Contact ABATE of SD located there in SF. If a local MC then likely they're a member. You interested in the MC life or just curious?
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I see the problem!

Fly... I meant "American Indians". I use the term "Indian" instead of "Native American" in deference to Russell Means (and to some "swarthy breathern of the forest" who are inHis Majesty's Southern Indian Dept. (Rev War Reenactment)). They, AND Mr. Means, point out the difference in being "American Indian" and being a "Native American". Most all of us on these forums are "native" Americans... very few of us are "American Indians"!

When I hear "Ghost Bonnett" and "South Dakota", I think of the ghost dance, and consequently: Dakota, Blackfeet, Cheyenne... "Indians".

Jim aka kiltiemon (also from a tribal culture)
When I moved to Montana, I quickly learned that "Native American" is a term that non-Indians living far from Indian Country use.

My work takes me out to 6 of our 7 reservations out here, and it is "American Indian" on every one, as in every official state usage, too.
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The Ghost Bonnets are throughout the states. There are several members that do live in Sioux falls. They are a bunch of awsome guys.
 
 
 
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