Dirtbike James, also known as "The General" of the bike club Go Hard Boys, was an honorary man who lived by the moral code, death before dishonor. Even after the FBI tried to coerce him to cooperate for a lighter sentence, James refused to do anything other than serving his time. Returning home after completing 19 years of time served, due to the Fair Sentencing Act of 2010, James was reunited with his family and beloved community.
James' vision and dedication to uplift his community with the support of his bike club was always a priority. For the past 8 years, GHB (Go Hard Boys) hosted turkey drives for the less fortunate, which were sponsored by Jim Jones, Fetty Wap and Saucey Extracts. The group along with James were committed to doing more for those in need for the upcoming year.
Unfortunately, James passed away on March 3, 2020, due to a heart attack and although he is survived by his daughter Jasmine Jones, James' presence and influence will continue to impact his community and those who cherished him. In honor of Dirtbike James' legacy, Jasmine was able to gather over 100 riders from major cities like Philadelphia, DC, New York City, and others to ride through the streets of Harlem to show love and respect to the late rider. May Dirtbike James'
legacy live on forever.