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Knoxville, TN - Outlaws MC & Iron Order MC has a confrontation at the Easy Rider Show in Knoxville, TN this weekend. Police were called and both sides were ask to leave. See news link below. This has been building and Building between the two clubs.
~Nearly 20 officers respond to concerns of potential brawl~
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) --- The Easyriders Bike Show Tour has attracted both bikers and police to the Knoxville Convention Center.
Officers say somebody called 911 Saturday afternoon saying two bikers from rival clubs got into a heated conversation at the bike show.
Apparently, the caller worried it could boil over into a fight, however, officers say if didn't.
Both bikers involved agreed to leave the show to alleviate concerns and both were given refunds. Officers say the large crowds in such a small, confined space called for a larger response.
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