Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Motorcycle Patches

Motorcyclists express club affiliation via patches. Skulls are often used in the imagery, though many clubs have unique symbols and phrases to signify group allegiance. Patches may feature club colors and symbols or commemorate a motorcycle rally. Vintage emblems specific to the history of the biker club can be replicated as well.

A typical biker’s back patch would include: two rockers – top and bottom, a middle patch and two small squares on the side. Back Patches are scaled larger to adorn the backside of jackets. Many processes can be used to make these emblems-embroidery, weaving or digital printing. The possibilities are endless!

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