There are thousands of motorcycle clubs out there, and every one of them has a unique motorcycle patch. Many motorcycle clubs don’t want to stick to traditional one patch design. Some of them have two or three separate patches. Most clubs that own more are usually outlaw clubs and each patch can be earned. The symbols of motorcycle clubs are patches and emblems designed to be easily recognized and represent a strong attitude. You can check the history behind it here.
An outlaw motorcycle club is a motorcycle subculture, and we are going to cover some of the most popular out there. Most of clubs like motorcycles that are good for long rides, so cruisers or Harley Davidson are the best choice to go with.
The club was founded in the Australia, in the town called Adelaide in 1969. Inspiration for the name came from famous comic The Wizard of Id. In their logo design is Bung, the court jester. To be unique, they redesign jester’s pants to describe the state of the chapter. On top of the jacket is usually the name of the club and in the bottom ether name of the chapter or the state of the chapter. Most of The Finks members joined Mongols in 2013.
The inspiration for their name is the famous Emperor Genghis Khan, They were formed in California in the 70s. The main patch of Mongols club is a strong Mongolian man on a Harley Davidson. …