Outlaw Biker (book)


Here is the true story of Richard 'Deadeye' Hayes in all its bad-ass, balls-to-the-wall glory. This is a man who stole a machine gun before he was seven and lost his left eye when a good friend shot him in the face. As a member - and the president - of the infamous Los Valientes motorcycle club, he broke more laws and had more fun than any six of the coolest guys you know. One of the last true Outlaw Bikers, Deadeye knows what it means to be a man, take sh*t from no one, and have tattoos that actually say something. Riding, drug dealing, and sending men to the hospital with his bare hands, Deadeye made himself a legend among bikers - all the while making sure his daughters never got mixed up with guys like him. In his own words, Deadeye tells it all. From earning his colours with an outlaw motorcycle club to his steady diet of drugs, sex, violence, and crime, this is his story: true life, yet larger than life, and full throttle all the way. [1]