| The gang now known as the Hells Angels Trois-Rivieres chapter was formed in the late 1960s or early 1970s. Known as the Missiles, the group caused chaos through out the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean area.
They competed against three other biker gangs for drug turf: the Lacmas, the El Conquatcheros, and the Hondix. The Missiles, considered by authorities to be far more dangerous and violent than the others, quickly took over and the other clubs faded away.
So violent was the club that Saint-Gédéon mayor Jean-Philippe Coulombe publically stated that the citizens of his small town, where the Missiles' clubhouse was located, lived in constant fear of the gang.
After numerous arrests, the Missiles changed their name to the Satan's Guards and moved to Chicoutimi. They later moved to Trois-Rivieres where, on June 14, 1991, they became an official Hells Angels chapter. Most of their income derives from drug trafficking and prostitution and, with the help of its puppet gangs, the club has a firm hold over Trois-Rivieres and the surrounding areas.