The Lost MC was originally founded by eight US marines who met with each other in Hanoi, Vietnam in 1964. After the war, the marines' continued thirst for drugs, sex and violence ultimately lead to the creation of The Lost MC, an outlaw motorcycle club named in honour of their fallen comrades who never made it home from the war.
The lost mc new zealand
The New Zealand chapter of The Lost MC was first founded on September 11 2012 by Big Earl, a veteran member from the now disbanded Alderney chapter. Shortly after relocating to NZ and establishing his new found crew, Big Earl tragically died on the floor of a Burger Shot restaurant after suffering a major heart attack. Big Earl died doing what he loved, chomping down Bleeders and cussing at minimum wage workers. The chapter was then taken over by Motorcycho, who was Vice President at the time. With a new, ambitious young leader with low cholesterol, The Lost NZ traveled back to where it all began - the United States of America, after tragedy struck the Los Santos chapter. Now known as a "Nomad chapter", the crew can be seen cruising the freeways across Blaine County to this day and are showing no signs of stopping any time soon.