By Lindsey Holden-sanluisobispo.com
San Luis Obispo County has seen nearly a week of anti-racism and police brutality protests — and members of motorcycle clubs have made their presence known at many demonstrations.
Motorcyclists wearing colors, jackets and vests indicating affiliations with Vagos, Moloch and Gold Coast Wheelers clubs could be spotted lining the streets of Paso Robles, San Luis Obispo and Nipomo during recent marches.
While protesters marched by and chanted the name of George Floyd — a black man who died in Minneapolis on May 28 after a police officer knelt on his neck for more than eight minutes — some motorcyclists sported large hunting knives on their belts, and some parked their bikes diagonally in front of local businesses.
The groups claimed they were on hand to protect shops and storefronts from community concerns about vandalism and looting.
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