The Hells Angels are coming to Florida, but they're not bringing their lawless image with them.
Paul Stevens, who is organizing a chapter in Callaway, says the stereotypical drunk, drugged-up, crazy biker is a thing of the past.
He says the Gulf Chapter, the first sanctioned chapter in the state, will focus on riding motorcycles, selling T-shirts and raising money for charities.
Traditionally made up of white men in the past, Stevens says the group is trying to open its ranks to women and other races. But regardless of race or gender, membership isn't exactly automatic.
Stevens says new members will have to wait at least seven years before receiving the iconic winged-skull logo for their jackets.