Motorcycle Club Patches

Motorcycle clubs have existed since the first motorcycles noisily rode down the street. Motorcycle clubs are a great way for like-minded people to share the experience of riding. Many riders wear motorcycle club patches to show their allegiance to a particular group.

Motorcycle clubs appeal to people from all backgrounds and interests. There are clubs for women, veterans, and law enforcement officers, to name a few. One popular type of club is for motorcyclists who ride a specific type or brand of motorcycle. These clubs often are sponsored by motorcycle manufacturers. Motorcyclists with similar beliefs form clubs as well. There are many religious and political motorcycle clubs that hold rallies or events based on their beliefs.

Many motorcycle clubs ride for a cause, while others are simply a group of friends who enjoy riding on the weekends. Some clubs have sponsors from manufacturers such as the Harley Owners Group or the Honda Riders Club of America. Other clubs offer services such as the Patriot Guard Riders, who provide funeral escorts for military veterans.

The American Motorcyclist Association is the largest motorcycle organization in America. It provides guidance and advice for other clubs on organizing events or rallies. The AMA was founded in 1924 and as of June 30, 2012 has over 220,000 members. Anyone can join the AMA while still being part of other clubs or organizations.

Many people form a motorcycle club simply as a way to ride with friends. These clubs design a club logo or mascot and then put the design onto a patch. The club members can then wear their own motorcycle club patches on a vest or jacket for all to see.

The design can be anything ranging from a slogan that the club members appreciate to a mascot of an eagle or another animal. Since many bikers are military veterans, military themes are common in club logos. The important thing is that members of club design a logo that is significant to them.

A popular patch design for motorcycle clubs is the three piece patch. The main club logo is in the middle with small bands above and below that are called rockers. The rockers usually feature the club name and where the club is from. Club members or prospects often have to earn the right to wear all three patches as a sign of dedication to the club. is your one-stop source for any and all motorcycle club patches. Our team of award winning graphic artists is ready and waiting to design some awesome patches for your club that are sure to be the envy of everyone at the next rally or ride. Start designing your custom motorcycle club patch now! You can also call us at 1-866-720-7467 or fill out our free quote form today and let us get to work on your eye-catching motorcycle club patches!