Penn Emblem Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – Biker patches for motorcycle clubs are in demand and Penn Emblem is ready to meet the need.
According to the American Motorcyclist Association, its membership accounts for nearly 216,000 bikers owning 509,000 motorcycles, belonging to over 1,200 chartered clubs. With those numbers, comes a greater demand for image and identification solutions.
Biker/Motorcycle patches can be made in any style or size, including crescent-shaped badges known as “rockers,” to represent riding clubs and member rank. 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. Penn Emblem offers embroidered, woven and transfer patches that can be customized to fit any motorcycle club’s need.
To learn more, visit http://pennemblem.com/motorcycle-patches or contact us at email@example.com.