Despite the reputation of the Hells Angels, two nights of celebrating the 60th year of the motorcycle gang's existence passed without any reported trouble.

On Saturday night, the gang hosted a private party at its clubhouse in San Bernardino, which is at Medical Center Drive and 19th Street.

"We had no problems," said San Bernardino police Sgt. D. Robinson. "We kept track of what was going on, and they cooperated with us. Everything went quite well, actually."

Similar results were enjoyed Friday night in Yucaipa, where about 4,000 people were expected to turn out at Angels Roadhouse Bar and Grill. In addition to the attendees, gawkers took in the scene from nearby streets.

Cindy Beavers, a spokeswoman with the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department, said no arrests were made.

"Nothing that I have heard of," Beavers said Sunday.

Dozens of law enforcement personnel were monitoring the party Friday night. The bar has been an oft-used location for Hells Angels' parties, and members of the gang had hailed Friday night's gathering as the "biggest, baddest" party yet.

The gang formed on March 17, 1948, in the San Bernardino area. Members were World War II veterans who chose the city to start the first chapter.