Most gangs are broken apart by blood or bars. The lifestyle leads to an early death or a long time in prison, but not the Reno Rollers. They managed to survive and avoid detection through a proven system structured around one man and a vehicle structured around one wheel. It would seem as though the gang could have lasted forever, and for a few years it did, but there was one thing that the Reno Rollers couldn’t expect: Bicycles. While big wheels worked great for children, as the members reached high school age, the mode of transportation proved to gather more attention than before. Many attempted to switch to the more adult bicycle, but by the time the training wheels were off, the power was gone and neighborhood was free once more.
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